The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering is located in Johannesburg, South Africa and has for over 95 years been home to many internationally respected academics and produced graduates who have made tremendous strides in the engineering profession. The School currently has about 750 undergraduate and 250 postgraduate students.
The successful applicant will lecture geotechnical engineering courses as well as other undergraduate civil engineering courses, develop a productive research programme in the discipline, supervise the research of undergraduate and postgraduate students, lecture postgraduate courses in geotechnical engineering and participate in the administration of the School.
It is essential for applicants to hold a Doctoral degree in geotechnical engineering or related field. The successful applicant should show evidence of teaching and research experience. The extent of the evidence will determine the academic tier for which applicants may be considered. It is an added advantage to be a Professional Engineer or to have the requisite qualifications and experience to register as a Professional Engineer.
The University is committed to employment equity.
Preference may be given to appointable applicants from the under-represented designated groups in terms of the relevant employment equity plans and policies of the University. The University retains the right not to make an appointment or to re-advertise and to verify all information provided by candidates. Please note that correspondence will only be entered into with shortlisted candidates.
How To Apply
To apply: Submit via email a covering letter, detailed CV (with names, relationship, position and email addresses of 3 referees), and copies of degrees/diplomas to the Human Resources Officer Ms Carmen Fredericks. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Telephone: +27 (0)11 717 7018.