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Asare Hayford

Staff ID: PSM 24

Staff Category:

Non-Teaching

Position:
Deputy Registrar

Central Administration:
OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR

Office:
Human Resources Division

Mr. Hayford Asare is a Deputy Registrar at the University Relations Office of the University of Energy and Natural Resources. He holds an M.A. in Human Resources Development from the University of Cape Coast; a B.Ed Foundations (Economics major) from UCC and Cert. “A” from Berekum College of Education. Mr. Asare is also a member of the professional body of Chartered Institute of Human Resource Management (CIHRM). Since 2012, he has served in different capacities in varying offices in the University. From 2012 to 2018, he served as an Assistant Registrar and later a Senior Assistant Registrar (and Acting Head) in the Human Resources Division, a Division that he built from the scratch right from the inception of the University, laying a solid foundation for a standard filing system, developing all necessary staff forms and instituting a professionally acceptable standard of Staff Performance Management System. From July 2018 to July 2021, he served as the Acting Head of the General Administration Division during which period the University Cafeteria saw a major managerial and infrastructural facelift; and the Transport Unit also witnessed the procurement of seven new vehicles by the SRC and Management of the University. From August 2021 to date he has been working with the University Relations Office, where he currently serves as a Deputy Registrar and Head. What he seeks to achieve in his current role is to create both local and international visibility for the institution, and project a positive image of UENR.

Mr. Asare has over forty (40) proposals and position papers (excluding the innumerable minutes and reports for committees and boards) to his credit and has served on more than fifty (50) local and national Committees and Boards. He has a broad view of university administration, is resilient and adapts easily to new schedules and office environment. His areas of research interest are human resource issues and legal matters of tertiary institutions. His focus as an administrator is to create an enabling environment that will ensure discovery of the full potential of every staff so that the enhanced staff productivity and innovativeness will translate into an astronomical growth of the institution, thereby creating international visibility and recognition for the institution and its staff.

Publications

Position:
Deputy Registrar

Central Administration:
OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR

Office:
Human Resources Division

Mr. Hayford Asare is a Deputy Registrar at the University Relations Office of the University of Energy and Natural Resources. He holds an M.A. in Human Resources Development from the University of Cape Coast; a B.Ed Foundations (Economics major) from UCC and Cert. “A” from Berekum College of Education. Mr. Asare is also a member of the professional body of Chartered Institute of Human Resource Management (CIHRM). Since 2012, he has served in different capacities in varying offices in the University. From 2012 to 2018, he served as an Assistant Registrar and later a Senior Assistant Registrar (and Acting Head) in the Human Resources Division, a Division that he built from the scratch right from the inception of the University, laying a solid foundation for a standard filing system, developing all necessary staff forms and instituting a professionally acceptable standard of Staff Performance Management System. From July 2018 to July 2021, he served as the Acting Head of the General Administration Division during which period the University Cafeteria saw a major managerial and infrastructural facelift; and the Transport Unit also witnessed the procurement of seven new vehicles by the SRC and Management of the University. From August 2021 to date he has been working with the University Relations Office, where he currently serves as a Deputy Registrar and Head. What he seeks to achieve in his current role is to create both local and international visibility for the institution, and project a positive image of UENR.

Mr. Asare has over forty (40) proposals and position papers (excluding the innumerable minutes and reports for committees and boards) to his credit and has served on more than fifty (50) local and national Committees and Boards. He has a broad view of university administration, is resilient and adapts easily to new schedules and office environment. His areas of research interest are human resource issues and legal matters of tertiary institutions. His focus as an administrator is to create an enabling environment that will ensure discovery of the full potential of every staff so that the enhanced staff productivity and innovativeness will translate into an astronomical growth of the institution, thereby creating international visibility and recognition for the institution and its staff.

Publications