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NWU

Town:

Potchefstroom

Position:

Senior Lecturer (P001598)

Experience Needed:

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: An LLB Degree (NQF Level 8). An LLM Degree in any field of Law (NQF Level 9). An LLD in any field in law or a PhD/DPhil in Law (NQF Level 10) OR an LLM (NQF Level 9) plus five (5) years' experience in private practice or seven (7) years’ experience as public prosecution/state attorneys. A minimum of three (3) years’ experience in academia as a Senior Lecturer. ADDED ADVANTAGES: Admission as an attorney or an advocate. A minimum of three (3) years’ experience in legal practice.

Requirements:

KEY FUNCTIONAL/ TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES: Preference will be given to candidates with expertise concerning teaching-learning and research in any of the following subject fields: Private Law, Private International Law, Law of Delict, Law of Contract, Moot Court. However, candidates with expertise in any other legal field will be considered. Legal language skills. Computer literacy in MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), as well as email, Internet and the electronic retrieval of legal sources. The ability to / experience in online teaching and ability and to use LMS will be an advantage. Knowledge and experience in curriculum development. Good communication skills (verbal and written). Language skills to function optimally in the different multilingual environments of the NWU. KEY BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES: The ability to work with large groups of people. The ability to accommodate multiculturalism. Good interpersonal relations.

Duties Include:

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Teaching and Learning Teaching and learning at undergraduate level including supervision of LLB dissertations. Involvement at PG level including teaching, supervision, critical reading, examination, moderation, and any other responsibility as required. Research and Innovation Conducting own research which fits into the faculty’s focus areas. Creative research output in accordance with the level of appointment. This includes publication, conference attendance and presentation, workshops, and colloquia. Academic leadership, management, and administration/ university service Involvement in Administration and Management responsibilities. Participation in leadership roles within the faculty, membership in faculty committees as and when required, administration and service to the university by serving on institutional structures. Community and scientific Engagement/ Social responsiveness Sharing of expertise and service to the scientific community. Involvement in community engagement and social cohesion, including media commentary, serving on review structure inside and outside the faculty/university, promotion of the university image and internationalisation. Occupational Health and Safety Adherence to the OHS standards and policies of the university. Participation in the OHS committees as and when required.

Additional Info:

ENQUIRIES REGARDING JOB CONTENT MAY BE DIRECTED TO: Mr. Kagiso Masilo on 0169103633 ENQUIRIES REGARDING RECRUITMENT PROCESS MAY BE DIRECTED TO: Mr. Byron Louw on 018 285 2304 CLOSING DATE: 26 April 2024 PLANNED COMMENCEMENT OF DUTIES: 1 July 2024 or as soon as possible

Starting Date:

July 1, 2024

Date Created:

April 13, 2024

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