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TUT Part-Time Lecturer X8 (Semester 2) Pretoria West Campus

TUT Part-Time Lecturer X8 (Semester 2) Pretoria West Campus. The Department of Chemical, Metallurgical, and Materials Engineering require the services of part-time Lecturers for the following Metallurgical Engineering subject, paid per hour up to a maximum of 12 hours per week:

TUT Part-Time Lecturer X8 (Semester 2) Pretoria West Campus

National Diploma

  • Corrosion (CRS301T)
  • Applied Mineral Processing (ANP301T)
  • Quality Control (QCL221T)
  • Extraction of Non-Ferrous Metals (ENF311T)
  • Refractories III (RFC321T)
  • Ferro Alloy Technology (FAT311T)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology

  • Pyrometallurgy (PYM216B)
  • Strength of Material (SOT115B)

Minimum Requirements

  • Masters/ MSc/ MTech qualification in Metallurgical Engineering.
  • BTech qualification in Metallurgical Engineering for all Diploma subjects.

Critical performance arrears

  • Lecturing of the above-named subjects.
  • Standard academic duties and responsibilities.
  • Evaluate students on a continuous basis as well as administer tests and assignments according to study guides.
  • Community service and Industry Liaison
  • Research, innovation or community involvement
  • Setting, preparing and conducting lectures for the subjects.
  • Marking all assessments.
  • Participating in departmental meetings and subject meetings.
  • General administration such as capturing test and assignment marks on IT System, uploading documents on myTUTor and compiling of subject file(s).
  • Student consultation.

Knowledge and skills

  • At least 1 year teaching or tutoring experience at a Tertiary Institution
  • Evidence of at least 60% success rate in previously taught module
  • If applicable, Evidence to successful subject filling for previously taught subject(s)
  • At least 60% average in the subject(s) applied for.
  • Well versed with BEng Tech-Metallurgical Engineering curriculum and GAs
  • Training skills relating to the broad Engineering Spectrum
  • Experience with regards to management of academic matters, quality of program, student affairs, human resources, facilities, and research projects.
  • Must have experience with the ITS (entering of marks, Printing of class list)
  • Registration to a Professional Body will be an advantage to be considered
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Send your CV, academic record, ID/Passport copy and certified copies of your highest qualification to

Enquiries

Closing Date

  • 19 July 2023

Note

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.  Candidates will be required to undergo psychometric tests and any other simulation interventions.

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