Professor / Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer/Lecturer (2 Posts)
- Teach Biology and Zoology modules, act as course co-ordinator where required and lead fieldtrips at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
- Initiate and supervise postgraduate students’ research and training in the Department and contribute to capacity building.
- Seek research funding and conduct own research.
- Assist with Departmental academic aspects such as course and curriculum development and assessment and community engagement.
- Participate in normal administrative duties necessary for the smooth running of the Department including the possibility of assuming the role of HoD.
- PhD/M.Sc in Zoology (or a related field) with specialisation in terrestrial or aquatic biology/ecology.
- Minimum three (3) (Lecturer), five (5) yrs (Senior Lecturer), eight (8) yrs (Associate Professor) or ten (10) yrs (Professor) teaching experience at university level.
- Experience in research and fund raising including participation in collaborative research programmes as well as the ability to supervise junior scientists.
- Experience with student supervision at MSc (Senior Lecturer) and PhD level (Associate & Full Professor).
- Publication in rated journals and evidence of fund raising for research is essential.
- An NRF Rating would be an advantage
- A valid EB (or equivalent) driver’s licence.
To apply for any of the position(s) 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: email@example.com
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