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- Present lectures and practicals in Human Physiology to undergraduate students in the Health and Allied Health professions;
- Assist with curriculum development, module coordination and academic administration in modules presented to undergraduate students in the Health and Allied Health professions;
- Involvement in personal and departmental research activities;
- Undertake Postgraduate supervision at Masters and Doctoral levels, and
- Active participation in Departmental and Faculty activities, as requested by the Head of Department/Executive Dean.
- A Doctoral degree (NQF 10) in Human Physiology/Physiology;
- Relevant teaching experience of Human Physiology/Physiology or its related subfields in the Higher education sector (minimum 10 years);
- Continued sustained record of research activities, including papers presented at national and international conferences, reviewing of journal articles and peer reviewed creative outputs generated through research in the field of Human Physiology or its related subfields; and
- Supervision and examination of masters’ and doctoral candidates.
- Attracts national and international funding for research activities
- Evidence of recognition as an established academic leader.
- Excellent command of the field of Human Physiology and its latest knowledge and trends;
- Good interpersonal and written and verbal English communication skills;
- Ability to facilitate learning through blended and technologically-based teaching methods;
- Ability to function in a diverse working environment;
- Excellent organisation and administration skills;
- Good time-management skills and the ability to perform under pressure, and
- The ability to function independently, as well as in a team.