Lecturer - Department of Public Law
The Faculty of Law is looking to fill a vacancy in the Department of Public Law, with combined lecturing responsibilities in the Department of Mercantile Law. The main responsibility of the incumbent will be to contribute to excellence in the Faculty of Law. The incumbent will lecture primarily in the fields of the Law of Evidence and Mercantile Law. The incumbent will furthermore conduct research and contribute to the administrative functioning of the Faculty and perform such other duties as assigned by the Faculty.
- Lecturing in law modules, in particular the Law of Evidence, in the Department of Public Law;
- Acting as the module convenor for the Law of Evidence module;
- Lecturing in one or more modules within the Department of Mercantile Law, amounting to 50% of all lecturing hours;
- Actively researching, writing and publishing in the assigned field(s) of law;
- Contributing to the administrative functioning of the Faculty and performing such other duties as assigned by the Faculty.
- An LLB qualification;
- A relevant LLM degree;
- Proven research experience;
- A good academic record.
- Lecturing experience;
- A relevant Doctoral degree;
- A publication record;
- Practical experience.
How To Apply
The University will consider all applications in terms of its Employment Equity Plan, which acknowledges the need to diversify the demographic composition of the staff corps, especially with regard to the appointment of suitable candidates from the designated groups. The University reserves the right not to make an appointment. Your application, comprising a comprehensive curriculum vitae (including the names and e-mail address of at least three referees), must reach the University before or on the closing date of the advertised post. Apply online by using the "Apply Now" link. Candidates may be subjected to appropriate psychometric testing and other selection instruments. The University reserves the right to investigate qualifications and conduct background checks on all candidates. Should no feedback be received from the University within six weeks of the closing date, kindly accept that your application did not succeed.
Enquiries regarding job content: Prof Annika Rudman, Head of Department, Department of Public Law on 021 808 3191/95, or on email@example.com
Enquiries regarding remuneration/benefits as well as technical assistance with the electronic application process: Human Resources Client Service Centre on 021 808 2753
Commencement Date: 01-Jun-2018
Closing Date: 19-Mar-2018