Organisational structure and role division
The image shows the structure of the e-administration. It is made up of three levels; e-administration portfolio, e-portfolios and e-areas.
Staffing at all levels involve joint overlapping roles between the core activities and IT services. See staffing for e-administration 2020 (pdf).
The e-administration portfolio
- Contains the University Administration’s aggregate e-administration tasks.
- The steering group consists of the regular management group, chaired by the University Director. The heads of department from the e-portfolios have a preparatory role.
- A grouping of e-areas that support similar activities. These are coordinated to enable shared prioritisation and efficient use of resources.
- Steering groups for e-portfolios consist of department heads with operational responsibilities. Coordinators will be present to support steering group meetings for the e-portfolios.
- A grouping of IT support and knowledge resources (including support, reference guides and training) which together constitute the operational support for a specific branch of the University.
- The steering groups are chiefly staffed with heads of units assuming the roles of e-area manager and e-area IT manager. The coordinated level is staffed with the roles e-administration coordinator and e-administration IT coordinator.
- Infrastructure e-areas are only required to staff the IT roles. These e-areas have no staffing for the core activities, as those parts are mainly carried out by other e-areas.