The Polish Accreditation Committee, in accordance with its mission and quality policy, strives to perform its tasks in the best and most effective way. An important aspect of shaping the quality culture is the selection of experts with whom the Committee cooperates, ensuring the highest level of performance of duties based both on the provisions of the amended Act on Higher Education and the dynamic development of the educational offer of higher education institutions.
Active participation of the academic community in the process of establishing professional expert panels will certainly strengthen the sense of common responsibility for the quality of higher education and the results of the experts’ work will contribute not only to the improvement of the Committee’s activities, but also to the pro-quality activities undertaken by higher education institutions. Therefore, the Committee will ask the leaders of organisational units of higher education institutions to indicate from among the group of academic teachers holding a scientific title (title in art) or a scientific degree (degree in art) those individuals who enjoy a highly valued scientific (or artistic) position, have extensive didactic experience and are respected and trusted by the academic community.
We will be obliged to provide information about the proposed candidates, illustrating their scientific (artistic) and didactic achievements, as well as their experience in quality assurance.
We kindly ask that applications be submitted only with the consent of the candidates and after the following information clause has been presented to them.
Personal data will be processed solely for the purpose of examining the candidacy for the position of an expert of the Polish Accreditation Committee. The administrators of the collected personal data is the Polish Accreditation Committee with its registered office in Warsaw (00-515), at 32/34 Żurawia Street. Providing the data is voluntary, although the refusal to provide the data is tantamount to not being able to propose a candidate for an expert of the PKA. The legal basis for processing personal data is Article 6(1)(a), (b) and (c) of the General Regulation on Data Protection 2016/679. The data of candidates for experts will be stored for a period of 4 months (in the case of a negative decision on the application) or until the termination of cooperation with the PKA (in the case of acceptance as an expert). The data subject has the right to access their data, correct, delete, limit the processing, raise objections to their processing, the right to transfer the data, as well as the right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory authority. The recipients of the data may be, in particular, state institutions authorized to provide services to the company’s administrator in the field of IT and data destruction.