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Administration | Education & Training | Jobs

•Gauteng •Permanent • Market Related •EE/AA, Non EE/AA

INTRODUCTION

Faculty Of Veterinary Science

Department Veterinary Tropical Diseases

Associate Professor/Professor: Virology (One Post)

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Teaching and practical training of undergraduate and postgraduate veterinary and veterinary nursing students in Virology;
• Rendering community and other services to farmers, the veterinary profession; industry and other clients as required;
• Postgraduate training and supervision;
• Research and publications in scientific journals;
• Writing of grants and generating income;
• Establishment of new diagnostic tests in the Virology Laboratory;
• Networking with relevant stakeholders;
• Community engagement;
• Administrative and other duties as delegated by the Head of Department;
• Academic self-development.

CLOSING DATE: 16 November 2020

No application will be considered after the closing date, or if it does not comply with at least the minimum requirements.
To apply, please visit the University’s website and follow the link: Careers@UP

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Associate Professor

• Doctoral degree (PhD) in Virology;
• Significant national professional recognition;
• Demonstrable experience in research, supported by a number of quality research-based full papers in national and international accredited journals with focus on Veterinary Virology;
• A record of previous undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experience;
• Successful supervision of Masters students;
• Evidence of involvement with PhD students;
• The ability to attract independent research funding;
• Participatory membership of professional bodies;
• Evidence of academic scholarship.

Professor

• Doctoral degree (PhD) in Virology;
• Significant international professional recognition;
• Demonstrable experience in research, supported by a sustained record and impact of publications in national and international accredited journals with focus on Veterinary Virology;
• A record of previous undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experience;
• Successful supervision of several students on Masters, PhD and post-doctoral level;
• The ability to attract independent research funding;
• Participatory membership of professional bodies;
• Evidence of exceptional academic scholarship.

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES (SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND BEHAVIOURAL ATTRIBUTES):

• Proven competencies in classical virology and molecular virology;
• Proven competencies in field epidemiology and research project design with focus in veterinary diseases;
• The ability to critically evaluate and interpret experimental results and articulate key findings within cross-functional teams;
• National and international acknowledgement of academic standing and leadership in the relevant academic discipline;
• Good language and communication skills (written and verbal comprehension and verbal expression);
• Generic teaching competence such as communication and presentation, word-processing, spreadsheets and social networking skills.

ADDED ADVANTAGES AND PREFERENCES:

• A BVSc-degree, or equivalent degree as an undergraduate degree;
• Registration as a specialist Veterinary Microbiologist;
• Experience in setting up and managing OIE reference laboratories;
• Experience in the diagnosis of Transboundary Diseases;
• Experience in the management of an accredited Virology diagnostic laboratory;
• National Research Foundation (NRF) rating as a research scientist, or eligibility to apply for a rating.

SALARY DETAILS

• The annual remuneration package will be commensurate with the incumbent’s level of appointment, as determined by UP policy guidelines. UP subscribes to the BESTMED and UMVUZO medical aid scheme and contributes 50% of the applicable monthly premium.

Contact: fozia.shabbir@up.ac.za / 012 529 8132

Administration | Education & Training | Jobs | Management & Business Services

•Pretoria •Fixed Term• Market Related EE/AA, Non EE/AA

Introduction

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING (SECONDMENT)

SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

THREE- YEAR CONTRACT POSITION

RESPONSIBILITIES:

• The incumbent will be required to:
• Monitor and support students on the DHET scholarship program before and during their studies including but not limited to: queries, reports, communication, travel arrangements, compliance and contracts;
• Facilitate the application process of all international scholarship recipients studying in
• China, Hungary or Russia and other foreign countries;
• Provide support & administrative assistance relating to all pre-departure orientation programmes;
• Provide general administrative support to the Scholarship Directorate at the Department of Higher Education and Training.

CLOSING DATE: 31 October 2020

No application will be considered after the closing date, or if it does not comply with at least the minimum requirements.
To apply, please visit the University’s website and follow the link: Careers@UP

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

• Bachelor’s degree in International Relations/Education/Public Administration/Politics/ Philosophy or Economics;
• Three years administrative experience in a scholarship environment;
• At least three years’ experience working in a higher education or international education environment.

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES (SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND BEHAVIOURAL ATTRIBUTES):

• A thorough knowledge of and experience in the following:
• Higher education system in South Africa;
• Internationalisation of higher education;
• Administration of international scholarships or study programmes;
• Postgraduate funding programme;
• International relations and the National Development Plan;
• Policy and legal framework regulating the South African higher education system;
• Development of policies, guidelines and instruments towards offering international scholarships.
• Computer literacy including MS Office Suite: MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, web and social media skills;
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
• Report writing skills;
• Must be client orientated;
• Ability to manage conflict;
• Ability to interpret messages and communicate information clearly and concisely;
• Willingness to travel domestically and internationally;
• Good interpersonal skills;
• Ability to work independently and in a team;
• Plan and prioritise work;
• Ability to work under pressure and willingness to work extended hours when required;
• Problem solving;
• Ability to collect, manage and articulate data and information.

ADDED ADVANTAGES AND PREFERENCES:

• An Honours/ Postgraduate qualification in a relevant field;
• Three years’ administration experience focused on international scholarships or study programmes;
• Experience studying or working abroad;
• Three years’ experience and knowledge of postgraduate funding programmes.

SALARY DETAILS:

The all-inclusive remuneration package for this contract position will be commensurate with the incumbent’s level of appointment, as determined by UP policy guidelines.

Contact: ssc@up.ac.za / 012 420 3111

Administration | Education & Training | Jobs

•Midrand •Permanent • Market related •EE/AA

Duties & Responsibilities

• Academic Leadership & Management
• Overall leadership and management of the School on campus.
• Manage the interface with the Head of School.
• Plan resource allocation for the academic operations of all programmes within the School on campus.
• Review academic results of all students within the School on campus and implement an appropriate teaching and learning strategy for “At risk” students and “At risk” modules.
• Manage academic counselling and support to students within the school on campus.
• Report on the academic performance of the School on the campus to Vice Principal – Academic, campus Principal and Head of School, and any other relevant national staff member.
• Drive the implementation of relevant teaching and learning initiatives within the School on campus Support the development of new programmes for accreditation.
• Support development of academic material and assessments on programmes within the School by acting as developer, module leader, moderator or head of programme for the Central Academic Team (CAT).
• Performance management and development of permanent academic staff within the School on campus.
• Manage lecturer development in consultation with the Teaching and Learning specialist.
• Ensure representation of the school on the Programme Co-ordination Committee (PCC) calls.
• Discipline Module Support role.
• Support the Teaching & Learning Specialist in the management of the peer review process and the internal moderation model.
• Industry and Professional Management
• Develop and maintain relationships with professional industry to support placement of students, bursaries and sponsorships and access to professional expertise.
• Facilitation of and involvement in professional and scholarly activities e.g. Conference Papers and Higher Degree Studies.
• Organise campus events for the School to promote professional industry relationships.
• Building Partnerships
• Represent the Independent Institute of Education (The IIE) and the School at professional institutions, on external partner faculty boards and other relevant committees.
• Campus Support
• Provide specialist support to the campus senior management team for all programmes within the School.
• Provide specialist support to the campus operations team responsible for the operation of all programmes within the School on campus.
• Lead the recruitment, selection, and appointment of the academic team of the School within the campus.
• Provide support to the campus marketing team with specialised knowledge of the programmes with the School.
• Manage the Development Task.
• Manage plagiarism offences and disciplinary procedures.
• Manage and oversee the school’s role in National/campus initiatives, such as Summer School, Saturday School, Speed Week, RESTART, 6 Week Student Engagement Programme, Numeracy Tutorial Sessions, Elevate.
• Involvement in, and management of, academic support and administrative duties during the campus registration period.
• Supervision of students on Honors programmes (where applicable).
• “Manage the student tracking process.”
• Conduct Student consultations.
• Lecturing
• Lecture up to 100 hours per year OR 2 modules per semester (including supervision).
• Desired Experience & Qualification
• Leadership and management skills
• Professional/advanced communication skills
• Organizational and planning skills
• Proven computer literacy competence
• Tolerance for operating in a pressurized environment and industry
• Tangible evidence of participation in the planning and/or implementation of change management interventions
• Ability to analyze and interpret data
• Attention to detail and focus on quality
• Advanced teaching and learning expertise evidenced by a Teaching Portfolio

Education:

• Minimum Qualification Requirement:
• Masters or equivalent in relevant School (NQF Level 9 for all Schools, and for School of Finance & Accounting must be CA (SA), for School of Law must be an admitted attorney or advocate, for School of Education must be registered with SACE).

Work Experience:

• Minimum Experience Requirement:
• Minimum of 5 years Teaching and Learning experience (preferably in teaching environment). Must have an understanding of the current regulatory framework and its impact on higher education and private colleges.
• Working Conditions:
• EE/AA position.
• Please note that this is an Academic position which requires research to be conducted.
• Leadership and management skills
• Professional/advanced communication skills
• Organizational and planning skills
• Proven computer literacy competence
• Tolerance for operating in a pressurized environment and industry
• Tangible evidence of participation in the planning and/or implementation of change management interventions
• Ability to analyze and interpret data
• Attention to detail and focus on quality
• Advanced teaching and learning expertise evidenced by a Teaching Portfolio

Package & Remuneration

Market related.

Contact: 065 920 7033 / info@futureprofessional.co.za

Administration | Education & Training | Jobs

•City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality • Permanent • EE/AA

Introduction

Would you like to work for a dynamic, technology-driven institution set on empowering South Africa’s future leaders by affording them quality education and assistance in graduate placement and employment? Rosebank College, an educational brand of The Independent Institute of Education (Pty) Ltd and South Africa’s largest private higher education institution, registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training. Rosebank College is part of the Advtech Group, a JSE listed company.

Duties & Responsibilities

Job Purpose:

Management of the operational efficiencies and teams on both Sunnyside and CBD campus. Implementation of policies and processes with a specific focus on admissions, assessments, student records and certification. Successful management and completion of projects that impacts the student life cycle.

Key Performance Area:

• Operations Management
• Admissions: Manage the implementation of admission criteria on the campus, with specific focus on resolving admission exceptions e.g. alternate admission, conditional admission.
• Assessments: Responsible for managing the entire assessment process; from planning to implementing an assessment cycle and ensuring that the assessment records are accurate on our administration system
• Certification: Managing the certification cycle which includes ensuring accurate module results and tracking of outstanding documents.
• Student Records: Effective management of the students’ records on campus from admission, assessments to graduation.

Registrations

• Manage the registration process for returning students.
• Ensure that phase out qualification registration is managed effectively as per policy.
• Quality assure new students’ registration.
• Personnel management
• Recruitment of new personnel
• Management of staff, i.e., performance, KPA reviews, training and development, leave and any other requirements
• Manage, motivate and develop operations teams in their duties
• Chair Operations Meetings
General Management
• Oversee the Customer service function for all students on campus which includes the timeous resolution of student queries.
• Collaborate with multiple departments (e.g. student support, academic, IT etc) to ensure that the student experience is of the highest quality.

Desired Experience & Qualification

Education:

• Degree or 3-year diploma
• Work Experience:
• 3 – 5 years Administration experience in a Higher educational institution
• 3 – 5 years General management experience; including: –
• Recruitment and selection of resources
• Disciplinary Management
• Performance Management
• Package & Remuneration

We pay a CTC which includes a Provident Fund (Death & Disability Cover, Critical Illness Cover & Education Protector)

Study Assistance Bursaries

Contact: info@rosebankcollege.co.za / 0861 253 276

Administration | Education & Training | Jobs | Science & Technology

•Pretoria • Permanent • Market Related •EE/AA, Non EE/AA

INTRODUCTION

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
SENIOR LECTURER

RESPONSIBILITIES

• The incumbent will be responsible for:
• Curriculum development of and lecturing of modules in the programme(s) based in the department;
• Pursuing research activities such as own research, research-based publications and the supervision of post graduate students registered in the department;
• Developing, presenting and co-ordinating undergraduate and post graduate courses for pre-service and in-service teachers and other students for contact and distance presentation;
• Mentoring students for practice teaching/work integrated learning;
• Using a learning management system to develop and present courses;
• Presenting lectures and programmes in an E-learning environment;
• Providing a significant contribution to research outputs, post graduate teaching and supervision.

CLOSING DATE: 8 November 2020

• No application will be considered after the closing date, or if it does not comply with at least the minimum requirements.
• To apply, please visit the University’s website and follow the link: Careers@UP

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

• PhD in Chemistry Education or Physical Science Education or Physics Education or Science Education;
• Teaching experience (at least three years) in Chemistry or Physical Science Education or Physics Education or Science Education at a Higher Education Institution and evidence of positive student evaluation or ratings;
• Evidence of at least five publications in accredited journals or an average of one article per year for the previous three years (or equivalent units);
• Experience of teaching practice/work integrated learning;
• Experience and expertise in curriculum development and policies in Chemistry or Physical Science Education or Physics Education or Science Education;
• Evidence of successful Masters or Doctoral supervision;
• Registration with SACE.
• REQUIRED COMPETENCIES (SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND BEHAVIOURAL ATTRIBUTES):
• Appropriate language and communication skills;
• Ability to apply knowledge and skills in teaching and supervision;
• Ability to work as an individual and in a team;
• Knowledge of and experience of facilitation in an E-learning environment;
• Knowledge of the different knowledge fields in Physical Science and Chemistry Education;
• Knowledge of teaching methodologies in the different knowledge fields in Physical Science and Chemistry Education;
• Knowledge of the South African education system regarding Physical Science and Chemistry Education;
• Evidence of coordination responsibilities and membership of committees;
• Evidence of involvement in community engagement programmes;
• Evidence of membership of professional associations/organisations in Physical Science or Chemistry Education.

ADDED ADVANTAGES AND PREFERENCES:

• NRF Rating;
• Membership of international scholarly bodies.

Contact: 012 420 3111 / enquiries@online.up.ac.za

Administration | Education & Training | Jobs | Management & Business Services

•Hatfield •Permanent • R950 000 – R1 Mil P/A •Non EE/AA

Introduction

We are looking for an experience Literacy Director for a NGO based in the Pretoria area, to be responsible for the overall design and technical quality of the company’s Literacy Program.

Duties & Responsibilities

Position Overview

This position is responsible for overseeing the overall design and technical quality of the Company’s South Africa Literacy program. The Director will provide technical guidance, oversight, direction and support to the Literacy program. The position will collaborate closely with the Program Operations Director. The Literacy Director is a member of the Country Management Team, reporting to the Country Director. This position will be based at the Pretoria Country Office and will require regular travel to project sites and Province or District offices. The Literacy Director manages the Literacy program technical team, which includes the Literacy Program Manager, Quality Reading Materials (QRM) and Literacy Program Manager, Instructional Design & Teacher Support (IDTS).

Roles and Responsibilities

Management and Coordination

• Responsible for country-wide Literacy program quality and outcomes, utilizing research, monitoring and evaluation data to inform design.
• Ensures strong coordination and collaboration between CO Literacy program technical staff, the Programs Operations Director and field level teams.
• Provides technical expertise to assist country and field staff with the recruitment, training, and development of Literacy program staff, and provide regular feedback on their performance.
• Identifies Literacy program staff capacity-building and professional development needs and assist the Human Resources team with sourcing of support to address the needs; provides similar support to partner capacity-building efforts.
• Conducts the technical evaluation of consultants and other service providers for the Literacy program.
• Serves as a member of the Country Management Team, which provides overall support and direction for the work of The Company in country.
• Participates in any other activities which may be required to be undertaken to fulfill the objectives of the organization.
Program Design, Implementation, Training, and Monitoring
• Collaborates with the Global and Africa Region Literacy program team members in developing, refining, and adapting the global Literacy program design.
• Ensures global Literacy program guidelines and modules are being implemented and adapted to the local context, as needed.
• Provides technical advice and guidance in support of Literacy program implementation and research, monitoring and evaluation.
• Visits program sites to assess effectiveness of program design and implementation, training, workshops, as well as other purposes.
• Provides support to Country Office Administrative team in purchase and procurement for Literacy programming, including documentation and reporting of procurements.
• Planning, Reporting and Documentation
• Provides the technical input necessary to support the Program Operations Director’s Literacy program annual, quarterly and periodic budget development, reviews and reporting processes.
• Oversees the collection, documentation and sharing of effective practices from the Literacy program with Country, Regional and Global Literacy program teams.
• In collaboration with the Regional and Global Research, Monitoring & Evaluation (“RM&E”) team, oversees the collection and usage of program metrics that can be analyzed by RM&E to enhance the effectiveness of the Literacy Program.
• Assists the Development team by giving input into fundraising strategies for the program, preparing funding proposals and reports, and meeting with donors, as required.
• Supports the Literacy team in applying for SACE endorsement
• External Coordination and Networking
• Provides the technical input necessary to prepare annual or multi-year project permission and fund release documents, as appropriate, to obtain permission from government bodies at the national, provincial and district level.
• Explores opportunities with government to obtain support (for example, financial support, public acknowledgment of the Company’s work, advocacy for successful Company program elements) as well as replicate The Company’s ideas and innovations into the mainstream education system at the local, provincial, and national levels.
• Represents the Company by attending and speaking at relevant forums and advocates for the importance of Literacy program work.
• Liaises with other NGOs running similar programs to identify areas of knowledge sharing and possible collaboration.

Desired Experience & Qualification

Required:

• Master’s degree required in a related field of study (e.g. MA, MSS, MPA, or MSc in International Education, Development Studies, Education, or Early Childhood Development)
• Substantial, relevant working experience in education programs
• Experience working within literacy development programs
• In touch with literacy issues and trends nationally and internationally
• Minimum of 10 years of work experience in a field focused on primary education, with a minimum of three years in a senior management capacity
• Demonstrated leadership in program planning and design
• A proven ability to establish effective working relationships and partnerships with diverse stakeholders, including donors
• Strong coaching, mentoring and training skills
• Strong materials development skills
• Experience working with NGOs/a good understanding of the development sector landscape
• Effective English communication skills (oral and written) and capability to relate and interact with multicultural teams and represent the organization in professional forums
• Willingness to work with strict deadlines
• Ability to travel frequently, occasionally on short notice, and, when required, for extended periods of time

Preferred:

• Knowledge/experience working with South African languages, African language education and African linguistics
• Experience working with government schools
• Experience in language education at the primary stage
• Experience teaching at the primary stage
• Experience working with local communities
• Experience in publishing
• Package & Remuneration
• R76 000 – R86 000 CTC (Benefits: 13th month bonus, pension fund, medical aid and staff professional development)

Notes

Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Contact: 087 654 1701 / 087 654 1705 / general@stonebridgehr.co.za

Administration | Education & Training | Jobs

•Randburg • Permanent •Market Related •EE/AA

Introduction

Our client is a registered provider of the Higher education who operates through 5 faculties and has an established academic operations, compliance and academic leadership process.

Duties & Responsibilities

• You will report directly to the Head of Faculty
• The HOP will be responsible for ensuring that effective interaction between the faculty/ department and the brands with respect to our client and the faculty but in particular to the modules or programmes that the candidate is primarily responsible for.
• Review, development an implementation, subject to the policies and governance procedures of our client, of the curriculum, syllabus, and material development
• Aspects of Faculty administration as delegated
• Establish and maintain effective interaction between the faculty/ department and the brands with respect to the programmes for which the HOP is responsible for.
• Setting and monitoring of minimum standards for delivery and assessment incl. management of academic incidents related to the assessment
• Tracking of student performance in designated programmes and modules incl. planning and monitoring of interventions
• Identify, brief, and manage moderators in consultation with the trading division and for managing the moderation of assessments
• Active commitment to the maintenance of academic standards and of curriculum areas within the discipline
• Demonstrated commitment to the development, implementation, and monitoring of all policies
• Active commitment to capacity building on the campuses of the brands and where applicable the preparation of delivery of peer lectures and seminars

Desired Experience & Qualification

Qualifications

• Master’s degree in information technology or Computer Science discipline or equivalent NQF level 9 (PhD preferred)

Areas of specialization

Experience

• At least 3 years’ experience lecturing (Full or part time)
• Experience in writing curriculum material and assessment of student learning
• Understanding of the Higher Education regulatory environment
• Understanding of the NQF and associated regulatory environment
• Work experience in Information Technology discipline (Advantage)
• Experience with online curriculum delivery systems (Advantage)

Other

• Travel and work outside of working hours will be required, given the level of seniority of the post, no overtime payment will be made
• The HOP is appointed on academic conditions of service which includes research, leave and work from home privileges.

Contact: 011 425 0096 / www.hrcompanysolutions.co.za

Administration | Education & Training | Jobs

•Gauteng •Permanent •Market Related •EE/AA •Non EE/AA

INTRODUCTION

Faculty Of Engineering, Built Environment And Information Technology

Department Of Civil Engineering

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer (One Post)

RESPONSIBILITIES

The incumbent will be responsible for:

• Teach undergraduate and postgraduate modules in the Department;
• Supervise final year undergraduate project students and postgraduate Honours, Masters and/or PhD students;
• Conduct research as a member of a research group in the Department and publish in leading accredited journals;
• Raise and manage additional funding from national and international funding agencies and industry to support the activities of the relevant research group;
• Expand existing research programmed or initiate new research programmes;
• Perform assigned departmental duties (e.g. of an administrative nature).

CLOSING DATE: 30 October 2020

No application will be considered after the closing date, or if it does not comply with at least the minimum requirements.
To apply, please visit the University’s website and follow the link: Careers@UP

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Lecturer:

• A BEng/BScEng degree from a university of which the undergraduate programme is recognised by the Washington accord or is recognised by ECSA to be equivalent;
• A Masters’ degree in Civil Engineering that follows on the previous qualification;
• Publications in accredited journals or conferences;
• Appropriate working experience either in academia and/or industry.
• Senior Lecturer (Same as for Lecturer, plus):
• A PhD degree in Engineering that follows the previous qualification;
• Two years tertiary education experience or 2 years related industry experience in an advanced technology area where direct innovation and involvement is demonstrated through reports and designs;
• Expertise and research experience in one or more of the specialist areas of the research groups in the Department;
• A proven research record supported by publications in high quality peer reviewed journals;
• A record of previous undergraduate and/or postgraduate teaching experience.

ADDED ADVANTAGES AND PREFERENCES:

• Show the ability to teach large undergraduate classes ( > 150 students)
• Candidate must preferably be registered or registerable with the Engineering Council of South Africa or registered as Candidate Engineer;
• Applicants must have an appropriate NRF research rating or be legible to apply for an appropriate rating;
• Preference will be given to candidates who have teaching and research expertise that complement the Department’s needs;
• The main focus of this post is structural engineering and competence in this area is required;
• Experience relating to data science in engineering, civil engineering design, civil engineering practice, construction and integration of engineering sciences.

SALARY DETAILS

• The annual remuneration package will be commensurate with the incumbent’s level of appointment, as determined by UP policy guidelines. UP subscribes to the BESTMED and UMVUZO medical aid schemes and contributes 50% of the applicable monthly premium.