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TUT Part Time Lecturer Faculty of Economics and Finance Ga-Rankuwa Campus

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TUT Part Time Lecturer Faculty of Economics and Finance Ga-Rankuwa Campus
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The Faculty of Economics and Finance has a position of part-time Lecturer: Public Sector Finance at the Ga-Rankuwa campus to teach the modules in Public Finance Law in the second semester to registered second year and third year Diploma in Public Finance Students.

TUT Part Time Lecturer Faculty of Economics and Finance Ga-Rankuwa Campus

Preference will be given to qualifying South Africans, including persons with disability and women. Please note that this part-time appointment will be for 6-hours per week for lecturing during the week.

Key Performance Areas/ Core Functions

The successful candidate will be responsible for:

  • Lecturing of Public Finance Law in second semester to registered second year and third year Diploma in Public Finance Students;
  • To be responsible for administrative tasks related to teaching and learning;
  • Provide teaching and learning with the integration of technology in Public Sector Finance;
  • To be responsible for administrative tasks related to (but not limited to) teaching and learning, such as marking of scripts, maintaining and subject portfolio file, capturing of marks;
  • Participate in subject and curriculum committees;
  • Participate in Departmental, Faculty and institutional initiatives;
  • Lead and participate in community engagement projects;
  • Compile and maintain quality study guides, examination question papers and memorandums as well as subject files; and
  • liaise with the industry, advisory committee meetings, industry visits and other related activities.

Minimum qualifications

Academic Qualifications

  • A Masters degree in Cost and Managerial Accounting or equivalent relevant qualification or relevant qualification in Public Finance Law.

Experience

  • At least 3 years lecturing in the relevant subject, research and industry experience, or other discipline related work will be highly recommended.
  • Excellent written, oral, communication, presentation and computer skills as well as the ability to work with students, to conduct workshops, seminars etc.
  • Research experience is strongly recommended and in particular, proof of participation in research
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Registration with professional bodies

  • Membership and involvement in the professional societies of the discipline as well as professional registration are recommended.

Presentation

  • Potential candidates may be requested to conduct a presentation to the interview

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Enquiries

Closing Date

  • 16 June 2023

Note

Please indicate the application reference number in the subject line of the email. 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. It is the intention of the university to promote representatively in respect of race, gender and disability through the filling of these posts. Preferences will be given to candidates from designated groups.

Candidates are also required to complete the application form for employment. The application is available on the University’s website, share point and the University’s intranet.

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