SENIOR LECTURER / ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Introduction

NORTH-WEST UNIVERSITY (POTCHEFSTROOM CAMPUS) FACULTY/ DIVISION: NWU BUSINESS SCHOOL POSITION NUMBER: P003104 VACANCY: SENIOR LECTURER / ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR PEROMNES GRADE: A7/A6 EMPLOYMENT TYPE: PERMANENT APPOINTMENT

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:
·         A Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor is expected to make a significant contribution to all activities of the organisational unit or interdisciplinary area and play a significant role within their profession or discipline
·         Academics at this level may be appointed in recognition of distinction in their disciplinary
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
·         Senior Lecturer:
·         Honours BCom in Forensic Accountancy with three years practical commercial forensic investigative experience OR a relevant Master’s degree
·         CA(SA) with three years practical commercial forensic investigative experience OR a Master’s degree in forensic accountancy
·         LLB, admitted legal practitioner with a Master’s degree in forensic accountancy and three years practical commercial forensic investigative experience
·         Associate Prof:
·         Relevant PhD and proven research output in commercial forensic practice
RECOMMENDATION:
·         (FP)SA (full member of the Institute of Commercial Forensic Practitioners)
EXPERIENCE:
·         Three years’ experience at an advanced level in the area of commercial forensic investigations
·         Two years’ intermediate experience, which shows evidence of extensive independence and initiatives in research, applied or creative works and be a subject-matter-expert in their field
 
KEY FUNCTIONAL/ TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES:
·         Computer literacy in MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), email and internet
·         Knowledge of the appropriate assessment theory and practice to enhance student performance
·         Research outputs
·         A proven commitment to teaching and learning, including a willingness to become involved in student’s educational development and wellbeing
·         Knowledge of modern teaching and learning platforms
·         Good and effective time-management and problem-solving 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 the ability to be self-driven
·         The ability to solve problems independently
·         Good planning and organising skills as well as good report writing skills
·         A high level of professional and ethical conduct
 
JOB DESCRIPTION
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
1.    Teaching:
·         The conduct of tutorials, practical classes, demonstrations, workshops, student field excursions, clinical sessions and studio sessions
·         Initiation and development of subject material in the field of Corporate Governance, Financial Crime and Anti-Corruption
2.    Development and Supervision:
·         The preparation and delivery of lectures and seminars
·         Supervision of Master’s and or Doctoral students or postgraduate students engaged in coursework
·         Involvement in special ad hoc projects
·         Initiation of industry-related discussions and execution thereof via various modalities
3.    Research:
·         Conducting of research and contribution to research output
·         Involvement in professional activity
4.    Ad hoc:
  Various ad hoc tasks as agreed with Chief Director
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:                      Mr Albert van Zyl Tel: 018 299 4420
ENQUIRIES REGARDING RECRUITMENT PROCESS MAY BE DIRECTED TO:   Miss Dolly Lebepe Tel: 018 299 4936
CLOSING DATE:                                                                                                          15 JUNE 2022
PLANNED COMMENCEMENT OF DUTIES:                                                            1 JULY 2022