• jobs
  • 2 weeks ago

jobs description

Where we are - A presence in two provinces The NWU is a multi-campus university with a footprint across two provinces. The Mafikeng and Potchefstroom Campuses are situated in the North-West Province and the Vaal Triangle Campus is in Gauteng. The head office, known as the Institutional Office, is in Potchefstroom, situated near the Potchefstroom Campus. Who we are - A university that inspires innovation through diversity 'Innovation through diversity' is the NWU's pay-off line and it describes the University perfectly. The NWU came into being on 1 January 2004 through the merger of two universities with very different histories, personalities and cultures: the Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education and the University of the North-West. The staff and students of the Sebokeng Campus of Vista University were also incorporated, adding further to the richness of our heritage. Today, five years after the merger, the NWU is recognised as one of the best-managed and most... innovative universities in South Africa. As conveyed in our pay-off line, Innovation through diversity, we continue to celebrate and encourage multiculturalism, multilingualism and multinationalism.

The purpose of this position is to:

Lecture marketing management modules to undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Create and produce research outputs (peer-reviewed articles, master's dissertations and PhD theses, conference papers and peer-reviewed chapters/books) through own research efforts and the efforts of master's and PhD students by using the best available research methods and techniques.
Initiate, develop, register and present community engagement projects.
Mentor academics in the School of Management Sciences in teaching and research-related areas.
Contribute to and enhance the national and international collaboration networks in the School of Management Sciences.
Contribute to the creation of an environment that promotes growth, equality, and freedom of speech.


Teaching and learning of modules in Marketing Management:

The preparation and delivery of lectures and seminars.
The conduct of tutorials, practical classes, demonstrations, workshops, student field excursions, clinical sessions and studio sessions.
Initiation and development of study material with appropriate advice from and support of more senior employees.
Marking and assessment.
Consultation with students.
Teaching activities may include initiation and development of unit materials and may include the supervision of honours and research students.


Research in area of expertise and generating research outputs in accredited conference proceedings and academic journals.
Supervision of honours or postgraduate research projects.
Involvement in professional activity.

Community Engagement:

Involvement in and initiation of sustainable community upliftment initiatives.

Administration and self-development:

Administrative duties related to School activities and academic programs.

Minimum requirements


PhD (NQF level 10) in Marketing Management.
A minimum of three (3) years' experience in the presentation of relevant subjects in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes.
Show evidence of independence and initiative in research, applied or creative works, and postgraduate supervision.


A PhD (NQF level 10) in Marketing Management.
A minimum of five (5) years' lecturing experience in higher education institutions.
Proven record of national and international relations with academics and higher education institutions on research and/or teaching collaboration.
Master's and PhD supervision.
Proven record of consistent publications in accredited journals in accordance with the level of the position.
Proven record of the development and execution of community and industry projects.
Proven record of leadership in higher education management structures.


Proven record of leadership in higher education management structures.

FUNCTIONAL / TECHNICAL Competencies (Knowledge and Skills):

Must have an in-depth knowledge of the subject field Marketing Management.
Computer literacy in MS Office, email and internet.
Knowledge of modern platforms (such as blackboard, eFundi, etc.) to enhance the ongoing changing of the learning and collaborative environment.
A proven commitment to teaching and learning, including a willingness to become involved in students' educational development and wellbeing.
Ability to lecture large classes.
Ability to conduct basic and applied research in the field of Marketing Management.
Ability to generate accredited research outputs.
Ability to supervise research students at honours-level.


Effective time-management skills.
Effective communication skills.
Good interpersonal relations and a client-service orientation.
Demonstration of language proficiency to function optimally in the various functionally multilingual environments of the NWU.
The ability to function well individually and as part of a team/subject group.
Good analytical abilities and innovative thinking, as well as ability to be self-driven.
The ability to solve problems independently.
Good time-management and problem-solving skills.
Good planning and organising skills as well as good report writing skills.
A high level of professional and ethical conduct.

Original job Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor posted on GrabJobs ©. To flag any issues with this job please use the Report Job button on GrabJobs
Cape Town South Africa


Apply - Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor Cape Town