Senior Lecturer/Lecturer : Industrial Psychology
Senior Lecturer / Lecturer: INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY (2 POSTS):
ALICE CAMPUS (Ref NO. 775 & 7025):
- A PhD in Industrial Psychology / Human Resources Management.
- At least five (5) years teaching experience in tertiary education; OR
- At least five (5) years industry experience in the field of Industrial Psychology/ Human Resource Management.
- Registration with the HPCSA as an Industrial Psychologist (Senior Lecturer) for at least three (3) years; OR
- Registration with the SABPP as a HR Professional (Lecturer) for at least three (3) years.
- Knowledge and experience in professional training of Industrial Psychologists.
- Ability to supervise research and develop research capacity.
- Demonstrated ability to undertake administrative responsibilities at departmental or institutional levels.
- Ability and willingness to participate in community engagement projects.
- Teach in almost all areas of specialization in Industrial Psychology / Human Resources Management
- Train staff and students in the administration of various psychometric tests.
- Supervise and evaluate research work of honours, masters, and doctoral students.
- Refine the curriculum at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
- Produce accredited academic publications.
- Contribute in the development of new curricula in line with new HEQF structures.
- Conduct departmental and/or individual community engagement projects.
- Present evening classes as required and as part of the normal workload.
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: email@example.com
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