Full details about thenGAP initiatives are available at www.dhet.gov.za/SSAUF This vacancy requires an interest in and/or experience in the broad field of Mercantile Law, in particular Intellectual Property Law, including Internet Law and Data Protection
Faculty of Law
Department of Mercantile Law
New Generation of Academics' Programme (nGAP)
The position is part of the nGAP initiative of the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) and comes with substantial support from the DHET. The appointment is also subject to the conditions as set by the DHET and must be read in conjunction with the nGAP requirements of the DHET.
Full details about thenGAP initiatives are available at www.dhet.gov.za/SSAUF
This vacancy requires an interest in and/or experience in the broad field of Mercantile Law, in particular Intellectual Property Law, including Internet Law and Data Protection.
- Duties will be assigned in accordance with the phasing-in requirements of the nGAP initiative;
- Undergraduate (and eventually) postgraduate teaching in Mercantile Law, specifically the broader field of Intellectual Property Law;
- Developing and evaluating module material, aligned with the level of appointment;
- Developing an active and productive research programme, including own postgraduate studies, as applicable;
- Rendering service to the Department, Faculty and University, aligned with level of appointment.
- LLB and LLM degree;
- Potential to lecture at tertiary level;
- Potential to successfully complete postgraduate study (LLD/PhD);
- Potential to conduct quality research.
- Practical experience;
- Sound interpersonal skills;
- Relevant computer proficiency;
- Language proficiency in English, also preferably in another South African language.
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Closing date: 31 May 2019
Commencement date: 1 July 2019
The University will consider all applications in terms of its Employment Equity Plan, which acknowledges the need to diversify the demographic composition of the staff corps, especially with regard to the appointment of suitable candidates from the designated groups.
The University reserves the right not to make an appointment.
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