Nelson Mandela University
Associate Professor/ Senior Lecturer (Criminal and Procedural Law)
Post Code: 4821
Department: Criminal and Procedural Law
Campus: Port Elizabeth
South Africa, Eastern Cape, Port Elizabeth
Nelson Mandela University is a new generation university, committed to offering accessible higher education in a dynamic environment of excellence and innovation. We are committed to the growth and development of our people as the key to our continued excellence and quality.
Core Job Purpose: to provide teaching, research and engagement, and leadership for students in modules presented in the Department of Criminal and Procedural Law at the Nelson Mandela University.
Key Performance Areas:
- Teaching and research in the field of criminal justice and law enforcement
- Supervision of research in the relevant areas
- Attending to administration and other duties related to the above mentioned
- Provision of academic leadership in a growing Department.
- Ability to teach and conduct research in the field of criminal justice or law enforcement.
- Ability to supervise in the above-mentioned areas.
- Senior Lecturer: A doctoral degree preferably in the area of criminal justice or a related field and a record of publications; at least three years’ teaching experience
- Associate Professor: A doctoral degree preferably in the area of criminal justice or a related field and an established record of publications in relevant areas
- At least eight years’ teaching experience
- proven ability to supervise postgraduate students, and leadership experience or potential.
The following will be advantageous:
- Academic leadership experience or potential and a record of successful supervision of postgraduate students.
Enquiries: Ms Fa-eeza Grimsel; tel. 041 504 3555 or via e-mail: email@example.com
Closing date for all applications: 28 July 2019
Nelson Mandela University reserves the right not to make an appointment. In considering candidates for appointment into the advertised posts, preference will be accorded to persons from a designated group in accordance with the approved University’s Employment Equity Plan.