Lecturer: AFRIKAANS: EAST LONDON CAMPUS: REF NO. 1146
SALARY: R 465 504 – R 578 463 (All-inclusive package)
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS AND COMPETENCIES:
- Possession of a Master’s degree in Afrikaans; a PhD in Afrikaans will be an added advantage;
- Basic theoretical knowledge of the field.
- 3 years university teaching experience with proven research output.
- Potential to undertake academic administrative responsibilities at departmental level.
- Ability and willingness to participate in community engagement projects
- Sound interpersonal skills.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE
- Teaching in the identified area of specialization;
- Refining curriculum at undergraduate and postgraduate level;
- Participation in community engagement;
- Supervising undergraduate and postgraduate research projects;
- Producing academic publications, especially accredited ones.
How to Apply:
To apply: Interested applicants who meet the criteria are invited to:
1. E-mail application with MOTIVATIONAL LETTER CLEARLY INDICATING THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR, accompanied by a complete CV with three work-related referees, a certified copy of an identity document and a certified copy of your highest qualification to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Applications must CLEARLY INDICATE THE REFERENCE NUMBER AND NAME OF THE POST APPLIED FOR ON THE SUBJECT LINE.
3. No faxes or walk-ins (hard copies) will be accepted.
4. Applicants are urged to ensure that their applications reach the Human Resources Department before the closing date. Late applications will not be considered.
5. Failure to comply with the above directions will result in the application being disqualified.
Note: Correspondence will be conducted with short-listed candidates only. Foreign qualifications must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from SAQA.
Included in the above remuneration is the company contribution to our compulsory pension fund, medical aid contributions, life cover and an optional annual bonus.
*The University reserves the right NOT to make an appointment University of Fort Hare is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Pursuant to complying with the Employment Equity Act No.55 of 1998, when appointing preference will be given to applicants from designated groups whose appointments will contribute towards achievement of equitable demographic presentation of our workforce profile. The University reserves the right NOT to appoint