The job satisfaction of the faculty member is a positive trend towards job carried out, where to feel the satisfaction of various environmental, social, economic, administrative and technical factors related to the job, and job satisfaction is one of the important institutional variables, because it is linked to the performance levels and the achievement motivation of the faculty member, which is an essential component in the pursuit of the faculty member towards himself, and access to the desired goals. It was use the descriptive and analytical approach, so as to describe, analyze and interpret the results of the study sample responses. The population of this study consisted of all faculty members of Al Jouf University (totaling (1383) principals), during the academic year (2017/2018-1439/1440AH). The study sample consisted of (348) faculty members selected randomly. There were two questionnaires: first aimed to investigate the degrees of job satisfaction of faculty members of Al Jouf University consisted of (32) items, and the second aimed investigate the achievement motivation of faculty members of Al Jouf University, the validity and reliability of the instrument were verified by the suitable educational and statistical methods.The most important finding of the study is that the degrees of job satisfaction of faculty members of Al Jouf University, was high, and achievement motivation of faculty members of Al Jouf University, also was high, and there was positive statistical relationship between the degrees of job satisfaction of faculty members of Al Jouf University and its relationship with their achievement motivation. The study recommends providing the means and mechanisms that raise the degree of job satisfaction and developing of achievement motivation among faculty members, and developing policies for a fair system of incentives and rewards for faculty members in the light of the scientific efficiency and productivity.
"The degrees of job satisfaction of faculty members of Aljouf university and its relationship with their achievement motivation,"
An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities): Vol. 35:
7, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/anujr_b/vol35/iss7/4