UJ Lecturer: Mining (nGAP) (6YR CONTRACT)
Lecturer: Mining (nGAP) (6YR CONTRACT)
Recruiter : University of Johannesburg
The Univesity of Johannesburg (UJ) is a vibrant and cosmopolitan university anchored in Africa, striving towards global excellence and stature. Ranked amongst the top 4% in the QS World Class Universities Ranking and 61st in the QS BRICS World Class Universities Ranking, UJ is recognised as an international university of choice. As a University, we aim to enrich our academic profile, and develop UJ as the Pan-African epicentre of critical intellectual inquiry.
The Departments of Mining & Minerals Surveying is responsible for the education of approximately 700 Mining Engineering and Mine Surveying students in a number of undergraduate programmes and has launched a new post graduate qualification. The department maintains very close ties with industry and our alumni. The incumbent will be expected to assist with administrative duties related to these programmes.
The New Generation of Academics Programme (nGAP) involves recruiting a new cohort of academics. The programme is transformative in nature and priority is given to designated candidates. Candidates must be 40 years and younger. The programme enables nGAP appointments to benefit from teaching and research development opportunities and requires the incumbent to register for their PhD or postdoctoral studies.
In line with the Department of Higher Education and Training’s New Generation Academic Programme (nGAP) the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment at the University of Johannesburg is seeking to make an appointment of a Lecturer in the Department of Mining & Minerals Surveying. We are seeking an exceptionally motivated, qualified and ambitious aspirant South African academic to contribute to and expand, the Faculty’s current teaching and research interests/specifications.
The successful candidate will be expected to contribute meaningfully to the projects of the department, including administrative duties, and teach in undergraduate and postgraduate modules in Mining Engineering.
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