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Lecturer (Finance)

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Lecturer (Finance)
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University Of The Western Cape


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Lecturer (Finance)

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Details of the offer

Key Performance AreasThe University of the Western Cape (UWC) enjoys national and international acclaim for its continuing contribution to democratic change in South Africa and for making quality education accessible to all South Africans and developing centres of excellence of national importance. The successful candidate will join a dynamic and supportive Faculty dedicated to teaching and research, as well as to overall student development. The ideal candidate will be highly motivated and willing to make a significant contribution to the development of the Faculty.
The Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes that educates the students across multiple disciplines including Accounting, Economics, Industrial Psychology (Human Resources Management), Information Systems, Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS), Institute for Social Development, Political Studies, School of Business & Finance, School of Government (including Public Administration) and Academic Development. The Faculty also boasts research strengths across multiple disciplines through which it impacts both policy and practice across diverse facets of business and society at large. The Faculty has developed strong multi-stakeholder linkages and meaningful interfaces with commerce, industry, civil society and government. It is a Faculty with a strong teaching and learning ethos focussing on building critical capacity in both the private and public sector.
The discipline of finance is undergoing a rapid change. The Faculty is currently in the process of re-vamping its finance offerings, and assembling a team of academics in various areas of finance.
Three vacancies currently exist, of which two will be filled at Senior Lecturer level and one at Lecturer level.
The successful incumbents for Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in the Department of Finance will be responsible for the following key performance areas:
Facilitate learning at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in finance
Conduct research and publish in finance
Undertake undergraduate and postgraduate supervision
Provide academic leadership
Undertake curriculum development and assessment
Undertake community engagement and outreach
Minimum RequirementsMinimum Requirements - Senior Lecturer
Doctoral qualification or equivalent, preferably in the field of finance or related field
Demonstrated experience in facilitating learning, preferably in the field of finance
A record of accredited journal publications, preferably in the field of finance
A record of post-graduate supervision experience
Minimum Requirement - Lecturer
Masters qualification or equivalent, preferably in the field of finance or related field
Demonstrated experience in facilitating learning, preferably in the field of finance
Key competencies:
Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
Presentation and facilitation skills
Adaptability and the ability to operate in a diverse environment
Student focused approach
Planning and organising skills
Computer literacy and e-learning skills
Technical professional knowledge and skills in the discipline and in the core strategic areas, namely learning and teaching, research and scholarship, community engagement as well as professional leadership
For further information (but not applications), please contact Prof Z. Mazhazha-Nyandoro at **********

Requirements

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