Logistics & Supply Chain

Programme Coordinator – Logistics & Supply Chain – Pretoria CBD – PCLSC_CBD
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Programme Manager

Job Purpose:

The role of the Programme Coordinator is to co-ordinate and to facilitate, within the formal structures of the campus, all aspects of the learning and teaching process. The role includes the implementation of the learning and teaching strategies to improve the quality of learning and meet delivery outcomes by implementing student support and related academic activities.

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



  • Honours Degree in Logistics & Supply Chain Management

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
  • 5yrs 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