Professor / Associate Professor: Industrial Psychology
PROFESSOR / ASSOCIATE PROFESOR: INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY
(Ref 7609) (Alice Campus)
- PhD in Industrial Psychology
- Ten (10) years university teaching experience with a proven research output for Professor, or eight (8) years for Associate Professor.
- Registration with HPCSA as an Industrial Psychologist, a necessity.
- Demonstrated excellence to teach, conduct research and supervise postgraduate students’ projects to PhD level.
- Advanced theoretical knowledge and insights into the discipline or field.
- A substantial number of conference papers, peer-reviewed publications or other acceptable research outputs.
- Peer-recognition as a specialist in the field and a potential to make a substantial contribution to the discipline or field.
- Industry-related experience in the field strongly recommended.
- Supervise undergraduate and postgraduate research projects.
- Teach in various areas of Industrial Psychology.
- Develop and refine curriculum at undergraduate and postgraduate level in line with new HEQF structures
- Drive accreditation and re-accreditation of all programmes in the department.
- Participate in community engagement.
- Produce accredited academic publications.
- Provide research leadership and mentorship to staff and students within the Department.
- Promote a niche area of research in the Department.
- Identify opportunities for national & international research/ academic collaborations with the Department and Faculty.
To apply for any of the positions above, all interested applicants who meet the criteria are invited to:
E-mail application with Motivation Letter Clearly Indicating The Position You Are Applying For, accompanied by a complete CV which must contain the contact details (email and telephone) of three referees, a certified copy of an identity document and a certified copy of your highest qualification to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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