- A PhD in Education Law or Curriculum Studies or Comparative Education or a PhD in a relevant associated field (NQF 10)
- A minimum of 5 years’ in higher education.
- A minimum of 5 years’ experience in the leading of funded projects.
- Author/co-author of at least 14 research articles in accredited journals since 2016
- Completed supervision of masters and doctoral students
KEY FUNCTIONAL & TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES:
- Have a proven publication record – especially over the last 5 years.
- Have a proven record of presenting/attending relevant national and international conferences.
- Research skills, interpersonal skills / communication, and computer literacy
- International and national networking and collaboration
- Skills to seek external funding / research projects
KEY BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES:
- Team worker / Leadership and managerial competencies to guide research project groups.
The annual total remuneration package will be commensurate with the level of appointment as advertised and in line with the NWU policy guidelines.
ENQUIRIES REGARDING JOB CONTENT MAY BE DIRECTED TO: Prof AJ Botha on 018 2852265
ENQUIRIES REGARDING RECRUITMENT PROCESS MAY BE DIRECTED TO: Ms Melissa Freeman on 018 299 4811
CLOSING DATE: 10 January 2024
PLANNED COMMENCEMENT OF DUTIES: As soon as possible
Kindly take note: applications must be submitted online through the official NWU vacancy website.
Incomplete applications and those submitted through any other platform will not be considered.
The University subscribes to and applies the principles of Employment Equity (EE) Act and is committed to transformation. Preference will be given to candidates from the designated groups, in accordance with the principles of the EE Act and NWU Employment Equity Plan.
The University reserves the right not to make an appointment. Communication will be limited to shortlisted candidates only.
If you are not contacted within two months from the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.