Regulation Of The Minister Of Justice And Human Rights No. 8 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Hukum dan Hak Asasi Manusia Nomor 8 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 647, 2013 SOCIAL MINISTRY. High School Of Social Welfare. Bandung. The organization. The Layout Work. Repeal.

REGULATION of the MINISTER of SOCIAL AFFAIRS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 08 2013 ABOUT the ORGANIZATION and the WORK of the HIGH SCHOOL SOCIAL WELFARE BANDUNG with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY MINISTER of SOCIAL AFFAIRS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that to improve the quality and the development in higher education in the field of social work, need to re-arrange the layout and organization of the work of the high school social welfare Bandung;
b. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, the Minister of Social Affairs Regulation need to set about the Organization and the work of the high school social welfare Bandung;
Remember: 1. Act No. 20 of 2003 on the national education system (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 78 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4301);
2. Law number 11 Year 2009 on social welfare (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 12 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4967);
3. Act No. 12 year 2012 of higher education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 158 in 2012, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5336);
4. Government Regulation number 17 in 2010 about the management and organization of education (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 23 in 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5105) as amended by the Government Regulation Number 66 in 2010 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 112 in 2010 an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5157);
5. Government Regulation Number 39 in 2012 about the Organization of the social welfare (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 2012, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5294);
6. Presidential Decree No. 14 Years 2 ’;/’; 001 about the founding of the high school social welfare Bandung;
7. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 on the establishment of Ministries and organizations as it has several times changed the last presidential regulation Number 91 in 2011;
8. Presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 About the position, duties, and functions of the Ministries as well as the Organization, duties, and functions of the Echelon I Ministries as it has several times changed the last presidential regulation Number 92 in 2011;
9. the Minister of Social Affairs Regulation Number 51/HUK/2007 on the Statute of the Bandung College of social welfare;
10. Regulation of the Minister of Social Affairs Number 86/HUK/2010 about the Organization and governance of social Ministry of work;
Pay attention to:P ersetujuan Minister of State for Administrative Reform and reform of the Bureaucracy in the letter Number B/523/m. PAN – RB/2/2013 date February 26, 2013;
DECIDING Set: MINISTER of SOCIAL AFFAIRS REGULATION ABOUT the ORGANIZATION and the WORK of the HIGH SCHOOL of SOCIAL WELFARE.
CHAPTER I the POSITION, duties, and FUNCTIONS of article 1 (1) the high school social welfare Bandung next in this regulation called STKS Bandung is a College neighborhood Social Ministry, headed by the Chairman who is under and is responsible to Minister of Social Affairs.
(2) the technical academic Coaching STKS Bandung was implemented by the Minister of education and culture and the technical-functional Builder STKS Bandung implemented Minister of Social Affairs.
(3) the Minister of Social Affairs grant authority to the Head of the Agency's education and social welfare Research to conduct coaching STKS Bandung.
Article 2 STKS Bandung has a duty to convene the academic higher education, students, and the profession in the field of social work.

Article 3 (1) in carrying out the tasks referred to in article 2, Bandung hosted the STKS function: a. drafting policy organization of higher education in the field of social work;

b. implementation of the education and teaching in the field of social work;

c. implementation of social work research;

d. implementation of community services;

e. implementation of the quality assurance of higher education;

f. implementation of the construction of the civitas Academica;

g. management of the laboratory of social work;

h. management of public, academic, administrative and Student Affairs; and i. supporting academic management.
CHAPTER II ORGANIZATIONAL ARRANGEMENT of Part One General article 4 STKS Bandung consists of: a. the Chair and Associate Chair;

b. Senate;

c. Program Diploma of social work;

d. graduate school of social work;

e. Research Center;

f. Community Center;

Quality Assurance Center g.;

h. Social Work Laboratories;

i. Academic Administration and Student Affairs Section;

j. Public Administration Section;

k. installation of Academic Support; and b. the functional position of Lecturer's group and Other Functional.

Article 5 organizational chart STKS Bandung as listed in the annex is a part that is an integral part of this regulation.

The second part the Chairman and Associate Chairman of article 6 the Chairman and Associate Chair of the item is the leadership of the STKS.

Article 7 the Chairman has the task of leading the STKS.

Article 8 (1) in carrying out the tasks referred to in article 7, the Chairman assisted by three (3) people Associate Chair who is responsible directly to the Chairman.
(2) the Chairman of the Helpers as stipulated in article 6 consists of: a. Associate Chairman of the academic field, hereinafter referred to as the maid's Chairman I;
b. Associate Chairman of administration and organization, hereinafter referred to as Associate Chairman II; and c. the maid Chairman of Student Affairs and Alumni, hereafter Associate Chairman III.
Article 9 (1) Maid Chairman I have the task of assisting the Chairman in leading the implementation of the education and teaching, social work research, community services, quality assurance, lab management, and academic administration activities, as well as conducting internal and external cooperation.
(2) Associate Chairman II has the task of assisting the Chairman in leading the implementation of the activities of public administration and organization.
(3) Associate Chief III has the task of assisting the Chairman in leading the implementation of Student Administration and alumni activities.
The third part of the Senate STKS Bandung Bandung STKS Senate article 10 is the highest representative body of normative and STKS Bandung which further regulated in the Statute of the STKS.

Part four article 11 Diploma Education Program (1) Social Work Diploma Program is implementing the elements headed by the Chair of the academic programs that are under and be responsible to the Chairman.
(2) Social Work Diploma Program has the task of carrying out education of students in the field of social work.
(3) Social Work Diploma Program referred to in subsection (1) consists of the study Program Diploma IV development of Social communities and Social Rehabilitation.
(4) in carrying out the task, Program Chair, assisted by the Secretary of the Program.

Graduate Education Programs part five article 12 (1) graduate school of social work is implementing elements of the academic Program led by Chairman under and be responsible to the Chairman.
(2) graduate school of social work has the task of implementing the education profession in the field of social work. (3) graduate school of social work referred to in subsection (1) consists of Specialist study Program one (1) social work.

(4) in carrying out the task, Program Chair, assisted by the Secretary of the Program.

The sixth section of the laboratory of social work Article 13 (1) the laboratory is implementing elements of social work academic led by the head of the laboratory under and be responsible to the Chairman. (2) the laboratory of social work has the task of managing the teaching and laboratory facilities and infrastructure.

(3) in carrying out the task, the head of the laboratory, assisted by the Secretary of the lab.

The seventh part of the research center of article 14 (1) Research Centre is implementing the academic elements, led by the head of the center that is under and be responsible to the Chairman. (2) research centres have the task of doing the research and development of science and technology in the field of social work.
(3) in carrying out the tasks referred to in paragraph (2), a Research Centre hosted a function: a. implementation of studies and research in the field of poverty and social policy;

b. implementation of the study and research in the field of disaster and refugees;

c. implementation of the study and research in the field of institutional and community service;

d. implementation of the study and research in the field of families;

e. implementation of the study and research in the field of women;

f. implementation of the study and research in the field of children;

g. implementation of the study and research in the field of ageing;

h. implementation of the study and research in the field of HIV/AIDS;

i. implementation of the study and research in the field of narcotic drugs, psychotropic drugs, and other addictive substances (DRUGS);

j. implementation of studies and research in the field of disability; k. implementation of the study and research in the field of remote indigenous communities. (4) in carrying out the task, the head of the Centre is assisted by a Secretary.

Article 15 (1) Research Centre consists of: a. the Unit study of poverty and social policy;

b. Disaster and refugee Studies Unit;

c. the Unit study of institutional and community service;

d. Family Studies Unit;

e. women's Studies Unit;

f. Child Studies Unit;

g. Unit study of Seniors;

h. HIV/AIDS Study Units;

i. Units of study DRUGS;

j. Disability Studies Unit;

k. Remote Indigenous Communities Studies Unit; and b. other Studies Unit. (2) units of study led by the head of the Unit.

Article 16

(1) a Unit study of poverty and social policy have a job doing study and research in the field of poverty and social policy.
(2) Disaster and refugee Studies Unit has the task of conducting studies and research in the field of disaster and refugees.
(3) units of study of institutional and community service has the task of conducting studies and research in the field of institutional and community service.
(4) units of study family had the task of conducting studies and research in the field of the family.
(5) units of study women have the task of conducting studies and research in the field of women.
(6) units of study children have the task of conducting studies and research in the field.
(7) a Unit study of Seniors had the task of conducting studies and research in the field of ageing.
(8) Studies HIV/AIDS Unit has the task of conducting studies and research in the field of HIV/AIDS.
(9) units of study DRUGS has the task of conducting studies and research in the field of DRUGS.
(10) Disability Studies Unit has the task of conducting studies and research in the field of disability.
(11) the Unit study of Remote Indigenous Community has the task of conducting studies and research in the field of remote indigenous communities.
The eighth section of the center of the community article 17 (1) the center of the community is implementing academic elements, led by the head of the center that is under and be responsible to the Chairman.
(2) the Centre of devotion to the community have the task of doing social work services and application technology of social work.
(3) in carrying out the tasks referred to in paragraph (2) Community Center hosts functions: a. implementation of services and applications of the technology in the field of social work poverty and social policy;
b. implementation of the service and the application of technology in the field of social work disaster and refugees;
c. implementation of services and applications of the technology in the field of institutional social work and community service; d. implementation of services and applications of the technology in the field of family social work;

e. implementation of the service and the application of technology in the field of social work women;

f. implementation of the service and the application of technology in the field of child social work;

g. implementation of the service and the application of technology in the field of social work advanced age;

h. implementation of services and applications of the technology in the field of social work on HIV/AIDS;
i. implementation of the service and the application of technology in the field of social work narcotics, psychotropic drugs, and other addictive substances (DRUGS);
j. implementation of services and applications of the technology in the field of social work disability; k. implementation of the service and the application of technology in the field of social work remote indigenous communities.
(4) in carrying out the task, the head of the Centre is assisted by a Secretary.
Article 18 (1) Community Centre consists of: a. the Unit Services poverty and social policy;

b. Disaster and refugees Services Unit;

c. Institutional Services Unit and community service;

d. Family Services Unit;

e. women's Services Unit;

f. children's Services Unit;

g. Service Unit Seniors;

h. HIV/AIDS Services Unit;

i. Service Unit who USE DRUGS;

j. Disability Services Unit;

k. Remote Indigenous community services Unit; and b. other Service Units. (2) units of service led by the head of the Unit.

Article 19 (1) of the service units are poverty and social policy have a job doing study and research in the field of poverty and social policy.
(2) Disaster and refugees Services Unit has the task of conducting studies and research in the field of disaster and refugees.
(3) Institutional Services Unit and community service has the task of conducting studies and research in the field of institutional and community service.
(4) the Family Services Unit has the task of conducting studies and research in the field of the family.
(5) units of service women have the task of conducting studies and research in the field of women.
(6) children's Services Unit has the task of conducting studies and research in the field.
(7) units of Elderly Services have the task of conducting studies and research in the field of ageing.
(8) the HIV/AIDS Services Unit has the task of conducting studies and research in the field of HIV/AIDS.
(9) Service Unit who USE DRUGS has the task of conducting studies and research in the field of DRUGS.
(10) Disability Services Unit has the task of conducting studies and research in the field of disability.
(11) a remote Indigenous community services Unit has the task of conducting studies and research in the field of remote indigenous communities.
Quality Assurance Center of the ninth section of article 20 (1) the Quality Assurance Centre is quality assurance which was led by the head of the center that is under and be responsible to the Chairman.
(2) Quality Assurance Centre has the task of implementing the quality assurance organization of higher education in the field of social work. (3) in carrying out the task, the head of the Centre is assisted by a Secretary.

The tenth part of the academic Administration and Student Affairs Section chapter 21 Part of academic Administration and Student Affairs is implementing elements of the Administration in the field of academic and Student Affairs that are under and be responsible to the Chairman and Associate Chair I built by all concerned the field of academic administration and Chairman of the student affairs administration of the field concerned III and alumni.

Section 22 section of academic and Student Affairs Administration has the task of carrying out administrative service academic and Student Affairs.

Article 23 in carrying out the tasks referred to in Article 22, Part of academic Administration and Student Affairs organizes functions: a. implementation of administrative instruction;

b. implementation of the registration and the management of student data;

c. implementation of Student Administration and alumni; and d. the preparation of plans, programs, and budgets, as well as cooperation.

Section 24 of part of the academic and Student Affairs Administration consists of: a. the teaching administration of Subsections;

b. Subsection registration and Student Data;

c. Administration of Student Affairs and Alumni Subsections; and d. the Subsections of planning and cooperation.

Article 25 (1) Subsections Teaching Administration has the task of conducting the administration of teaching.
(2) Subsections Data registration and Student has the task of registering and managing student data.
(3) Subsections Student Administration and Alumni had the task of conducting the administration of Student Affairs and alumni.
(4) Subsections Planning and cooperation has the task of conducting the preparation of plans, programs, and budgets, as well as cooperation.
The eleventh section the Administration section General Section 26 Section General Administration is implementing elements of the Administration in the field of public administration that is under and be responsible to the Chairman and Associate Chair built by II.

Article 27 General Administration Section has the task of carrying out administrative services staffing, finance, community relations, administrative, equipment, and home appliances.

Article 28 in carrying out the tasks referred to in article 27 Section General Administration organises functions: a. staffing b. administrative implementation of financial management;

c. implementation of public relations Affairs and administrative; and d. the management of supplies and household.

Article 29 Section General Administration consists of: a. Subsections Staffing;

b. Financial Subsections;

c. Subsection public relations and Administrative; and d. Household equipment and Subsections.

Article 30 (1) Subsections Staffing has the task of conducting administrative staffing.

(2) Subsections Finance has the task of performing financial management.
(3) subsection of The community relations and have a job doing public relations Affairs and governance efforts.
(4) Subsections Household supplies and have a job doing the management of supplies and household.
The twelfth part of the academic Support Installation of article 31 (1) installation of Academic Support is supporting activities of higher education social work led by the head of the installation, is under and is responsible to the Chairman.
(2) Academic Support Installations as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a installation of the library;

b installation of Language;

c installation of information technology;

d Installation of religious education;

e the installation Media learning; and f the publishing Installation.
Article 32 (1) installation Library has the task of conducting the management and services of the library.
(2) the installation of the language have increased organizing do language proficiency.
(3) the installation of information technology has the task of conducting the management and service of the information technology.
(4) installation of religious education has the task of doing the service of spiritual guidance.
(5) Installation Media has the task of Learning Management, service and learning media development.
(6) the publishing Installation has the task of conducting the management and service publication.
CHAPTER III FUNCTIONAL OFFICE GROUP of FACULTY and OTHER FUNCTIONAL OFFICE Article 33 Office of the Functional groups of Lecturers and other Functional Office has the task of carrying out the activities in accordance with the term of its current status by virtue of the provisions of the legislation.

Article 34 (1) the functional Position of the group as stipulated in article 33, consisting of a number of functional groups in functional position in accordance with the field of his expertise.
(2) each Office of functional group as mentioned in subsection (1), coordinated by an energy functional determined by the Chairman.
(3) the amount of functional power referred to in subsection (1), determined based on the needs and workload.

(4) the type and level of functional Office as referred to in paragraph (1) in accordance with the provisions of laws – invitation.
CHAPTER IV the LAYOUT of WORK Article 35 in performing tasks, each organization unit leadership environment STKS Bandung principles apply mandatory coordination, integration and synchronization, both in their respective environments as well as between units of organization in Bandung as well as with STKS environment other institution in accordance with the duties of each.

Article 36 Every environmental organization unit leader STKS Bandung compulsory: a. supervise subordinate respectively, and in the event of deviations in order to take the necessary measures in accordance with the regulations; and b. follow and comply with the instructions and is responsible to the respective employer and delivering periodic reports on time.
Article 37 each report received by the organizational unit's leader is obligated to be processed and used as a basis for drawing up the report further and provide guidance to subordinates.

Article 38 in delivering a report to his superiors, the mandatory report effluent was delivered to the leader of a unit of organization that is functionally have a working relationship.

Article 39 Any organizational unit in the neighborhood leader STKS Bandung is responsible to lead and co-ordinate each of his subordinates and provide guidance as well as guidance for the implementation of a task to a subordinate.

Chapter V Echelon article 40 (1) the Chairperson is the structural position Echelon II a.

(2) the head of the Department is the Office of structural Echelon III a.

(3) head office is structural Subsections Echelon IV a.

Article 41 (1) the Chair of the Program, the head of the Center, the head of the laboratory, the head of the Unit, and the head of the Installation is non-echelon position.
(2) the Secretary, the Secretary of the Center's Program, and Secretary of the lab, is the position of the non-Echelon.
CHAPTER VI Article 42 STKS LOCATION Bandung, Bandung in West Java.

CHAPTER VII TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 43 upon entry into force of this Regulation, started the whole existing Office along with officials assume office in Bandung STKS environment perform the duties and functions of the Bandung STKS up to set back based on this rule.

CHAPTER VIII PROVISIONS Article 44 COVER changes to the Organization and work according to the rules established by the Minister of Social Affairs, after the first get approval from the Minister of governmental affairs wing in the area of utilization of State apparatus.

Article 45 at the time of the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation began, then the decision of the Minister of Social Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 24/PEGHUK/2002 about the Organization and the work of the high school social welfare Bandung, revoked and declared inapplicable.

Article 46 of the regulation and implementing provisions as the decision of the Minister of Social Affairs Number 24/PEGHUK/2002 about the Organization and the work of the high school social welfare Bandung which existed at the time this Ordinance promulgation, it still remains valid along does not contradict or replaced based on this rule.

Article 47 of this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on April 23, 2013, MINISTER of SOCIAL AFFAIRS of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, SALIM SEGAF AL JUFRI Enacted in Jakarta on April 26, 1995 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN Attachment: bn647-2013 fnFooter ();