The incumbent's duties will include academic leadership in Geomorphology; physical Geography academic programme development and regeneration; undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in Physical Geography (mainly Geomorphology); and more.
Department of Geography and Environmental Studies
Lecturer in Geomorphology
- Academic leadership in Geomorphology;
- Physical Geography academic programme development and regeneration;
- Undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in Physical Geography (mainly Geomorphology);
- Postgraduate supervision of Physical Geography research;
- Running a productive research programme in Physical Geography (specifically Geomorphology);
- Publication of research results in accredited journals and presenting results at conferences;
- Actively participating in all departmental activities and research projects;
- Academic interaction with the community.
- MSc in Geomorphology and currently enrolled for a PhD in Geomorphology;
- Proven competence and experience as a lecturer, postgraduate supervisor and administrator;
- Evidence of research and scientific publications in Geomorphology-related research applications;
- Evidence of international and national conference presentations;
- Excellent communication and language skills in English (knowledge in other South African languages will be an added advantage);
- Active involvement in the Southern African Association of Geomorphologists.
- A PhD in Geomorphology;
- Proven Geomorphology fieldwork and laboratory experience;
- Competency in Geographic Information Systems and any other Physical Geography sub-disciplines;
- Potential to secure research funding;
- Evidence of participation in national and international research cooperation;
- Competencies in general organisational skills.
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Closing date: 10 May 2019
Commencement date: 1 January 2020
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