Lecturer Marketing

Full-time
Lecturer – Marketing – Braamfontein – RC134
Code/Reference:
RC134
Applications accepted until:
2021-06-25
Number of Openings
1

Campus/Business Unit:

Braamfontein

Direct Reporting Line:

Programme Manager

Job Purpose:

The role of Full Time Lecturer is the delivery of training and education of students, student consultations, the establishment of a knowledge base of the discipline through academic research & development; whilst providing overall support to Academic department.

Key Performance Area:

Academic Support

  • Academic Development and Performance Monitoring

Teaching & Learning Delivery

  • Direct academic student engagement
  • Continuous student support and development
  • Teaching and learning in and out of the classroom
  • Contributes to programme improvements (content and assessments)

Programme Coordination

  • Accountable for coordination of students on-boarding
  • Coordination of a programme and curriculum review
  • Participate in material and assessment development
  • Coordination of students€™ admissions into programmes
  • Coordination of student consultations
  • Programme ownership and responsibility

Academic Management and Leadership

  • Campus academic performance
  • On boarding of all academic and student support staff
  • Academic and student support integration
  • Campus Timetables
  • Creation and promotion of academic culture on campus

Management of resources

  • Responsible for recruitment and management of

– Full Time Lecturers

– Independent Contractors

Education:

Minimum

  • Bachelor€™s Degree (Hons) in Marketing or related field

Education (formal qualification requirements) €“ ideal

  • PGDHE or equivalent or Honours Degree in Education
  • Registered Assessor
  • Registered Moderator

Work Experience:

  • 3 – 5 years Higher Education Teaching experience
  • 5 yrs Industry Experience
  • 3 – 5 Coordination of teaching and learning activities
  • An understanding of the current South African Higher Education regulatory framework and its impact on higher education and private colleges