Lecturer in Engineering Physics & Applied Physics

Job Detail

  • Job ID 177496
  • Qualifications phd
  • Industry Education, training & skills development
  • Reference Job: IRC86931
  • Centre Johannesburg
  • Enquiries
    Enquiries only: Further information can be obtained from Associate Professor Rodney Genga on [email protected]
  • Where to submit application
    External applicants are invited to apply by registering their profiles on the Wits i-recruitment platform located at https://irec.wits.ac.za. Internal employees may apply directly on Oracle Self-Service on the Wits Intranet by selecting “Apply for a Job”.
  • Notes
    Applicants are requested to submit applications online on the iWits recruitment website and not directly to the Director of ADU. To apply: Submit: - a covering letter of motivation, - detailed CV with names, current e-mail addresses and contact numbers of 3 referees, - Certified copies of qualifications, academic transcripts and SA ID (Passport/work visa if not South African).

Job Description

Qualifications and Experience: Applicants must have completed a PhD in any of Engineering degrees. The ADU is looking for a candidate with at least 3 years’ experience in teaching, administration, co-ordination, setting and marking course assessments, managing large teams of tutors, as well as developing interventions and use of teaching technologies to monitor and provide academic support for large number of students (>300). Experience in blended learning through combination of face-to-face teaching, use of interactive teaching technology and use of online platforms such as Panopto will be desirable. Duties: The Engineering Physics and Applied Physics courses offered to all first year Engineering students are semester courses, meaning that timeous support interventions are required to facilitate additional learning opportunities for the students. The successful applicant for the ADU Engineering Physics and Applied Physics Lecturer position will be required to timeously identify students in need of support, develop support material in collaboration with the lecturers from the School of Physics as well as develop and run weekly support lectures and concept tutorials for the students. The holder of this position will be required to incorporate blended teaching techniques (face to face, online and teaching technologies amongst others) in the support lectures and concept tutorials. Additionally, the appointee will manage tutors for Physics and Applied Physics support as well as run mid-semester school camps for these courses.

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