A Master’s degree (NQF Level 9) in Natural Resource Sciences with at least four years of lecturing experience at tertiary education level and/or industry experience or an equivalent combination of relevant professional experience. Excellent English communication skills (oral and written). Competence to teach courses in the following areas: Conservation Ecology, Natural Resources Management and Environmental Change. Competence to establish professional networks and to maintain links with the industry, as well as experience in developing under-graduate programmes and develop an active research agenda. A strong track record of high-impact research publications in journals relevant to natural sciences as evidenced by citation record. Knowledge and competence to teach online, using available technology to the advantage of students. A credible record of lecturing, peer-reviewed publications, community engagement, supervision of students (research) under-graduate level, as well as a relevant Doctorate will be an advantage.
KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS
Teach, assess, and develop curriculum, conduct community service, and administration. Supervise research (projects and/or thesis) at undergraduate levels; conduct research and publish in accredited journals; source for research or project funding; establish professional networks with industry and universities and partake in Department, Faculty and/or University Committees.