The University of Johannesburg (UJ) is a vibrant and cosmopolitan university, anchored in Africa and driven by a powerful strategy focused on attaining global excellence and stature (GES). With an emphasis on independent thinking, sustainable development and strategic partnerships, UJ is an international university of choice. The University is guided by the Vice-Chancellor’s vision of “Positioning UJ in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) in the context of the changing social, political and economic fortunes of Africa”.
- Present lectures to Undergraduate and Honours Students;
- Develop new course/module material as well as practical guides for undergrad, Honours modules and Short Learning Programmes (SLPs);
- Participate in research production and supervision of undergraduate, Honours and Postgraduate students in the Department and Faculty;
- Participation in voluntary associations and professional bodies;
- Participation in department administration
- Master’s degree (preferably a PhD) in Mine Surveying or a closely related and recognised qualification;
- A candidate holding a Master’s degree must undertake to complete a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering within a year or two upon joining the department;
- Registered with the South African Geomatics Council (SAGC) or the Institute of Mine Surveying of South Africa (IMSSA) or must undertake to do so within three (3) months of joining the department;
- A minimum of three years teaching experience at a tertiary institution, or
- A minimum of three years mine surveying experience.
- Good communication skills (written and verbal) with high level of proficiency in English
- Good oral communication in at least one other language
- Good planning and organisational skills
- Computer literacy including MS Office (MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel) and on-line teaching software