THE LECTURERS WITH STRUCTURAL POSITIONS AND THEIR INFLUENCES ON JOB SATISFACTION: THE PROFESSIONAL COMMITMENT AND THE ROLE CONFLICT AS MODERATING VARIABLES (Study of Private Universities In Bandung)
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Among various educational institutions, it has become a common practice for a teacher (educator) to carry out additional managerial duties as they are appointed as structural officials. This condition occurs due to the limited number of human resources available for managerial duties, while lecturerss are considered having the ability to manage and develop education, thus are expected to contribute positively to the educational institution. However, running multiple roles simultaneously lead to a problem in their roles, because these double roles have different tasks and scopes. A structural managerial role that does not match their capabilities, or undesired position, causes enough pressure for many yet it is also often unavoidable. The population in this study consists of educators (permanent lecturers positions) of private university (PTS) in Bandung, as much as 38 respondents. The analysis model used is regression analysis. The residual analysis tests the effect of a deviation from the model built. To test the hypothesis is to use multiple regression with the shape of overall interaction. Based on the research, lecturerss who also maintain structural positions relate negatively with professional commitments despite the lecturers’s job satisfaction increase after receiving additional tasks. The results of this study also showed that organizational commitment effects job satisfaction and that there is a direct influence between Professional Commitment towards Job Satisfaction.