Tshwane University of Technology is pleased to announce the implementation of DHET's the 'New Generation of Academics' Programme ( nGAP).
The nGAP aims to assist with staffing transformation and capacity needs at TUT, and will result in the establishment of a permanent academic post. The successful candidate will participate in a 6-year comprehensive development and induction programme, after which she/he will continue as a regular member of the academic staff at TUT.
To be eligible for selection for an nGAP post, applicants must meet the following criteria, specified by the university:
- Show interest in becoming an academic
- Obtained at least 70% average marks for Masters degree.
- Be 40 years or younger
- Show evidence of eligibility to undertake postgraduate study at Doctoral level
- Be willing to commit to placement at the appointing university for the full 6 years of the programme
At least 80% of the positions will be allocated to black and/or women South African citizens
Critical Performance Areas
- Teaching and learning;
- Participation in research groups with particular emphasis of obtaining a Masters and Doctoral degree;
- Liaising with industry and other stakeholders regarding excursions, research and community projects with the supervision of a mentor;
Minimum requirements for the following fields
- A relevant Masters/MTech degree in the field of Multimedia Computing. The successful candidate will be lecturing subjects in the Multimedia Computing qualifications in the Computer Science Department. The Multimedia Computing qualifications focus on combining multimedia technology, design and programming in the development of interactive virtual environments typically applied within the fields of 3D simulations, games, virtual reality and augmented reality.
- At least 70% average pass for Masters/MTech degree.
If you are interested in making a career as an academic please send your CV to: Recruitment7@tut.ac.za
Enquiries : Prof JC Jansen van Vuuren, Tel 012 382 9540
Closing Date: 28 February 2019
If we have not responded within a month of the closing date, you should regard your application as unsuccessful. Correspondence will be entered into only with short-listed candidates. The University reserves the right not to make an appointment.
Women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.