The task of the anti-corruption officer is to monitor and assess signs of corruption and to advise the university management in the fight against corruption. He/she is the contact person for employees and third parties.
Advising and informing disabled students and applicants on topics that affect their equal opportunities at the university, especially on study and examination conditions as well as structural and technical conditions and requirements.
The Data Protection Officer is responsible for monitoring compliance with the DSGVO and other data protection regulations. Among other things, he/she informs and advises those responsible and employees with regard to their obligations under the DSGVO and other data protection regulations.
The Women's Representative is helping to increase the proportion of women among teachers, academic staff and students. She advocates the interests of women at the university and advises on discrimination and harassment.
The Equal Opportunities Officer promotes and monitors the implementation of the Bavarian Equal Opportunities Act and the THI's Equal Opportunities Concept. The conception and implementation of measures to promote the compatibility of family and career are just as much a part of the tasks as advising employees on equality issues and providing support in individual cases.
The information security officer establishes and organises the information security management. The initiation of the security process is also part of the area of responsibility, as is the management of investigations into any security-relevant events that may occur.
Among other things, the Integration Officer is the contact person for questions and concerns of migrants and refugees. In addition, he/she is actively involved in promoting the integration of foreign students.
The Severely Disabled Persons Representation represents the interests of severely disabled employees. It is responsible for the integration of severely disabled persons into the office and advises severely disabled persons in the office.
The safety officers advise the members of the university on safety issues, especially on occupational safety, hazardous substances and fire protection. In addition to instruction in occupational safety matters, the tasks also include communication and information on occupational safety throughout the university.