POST: Life Orientation Lecturer x 1 permanent


REF: SVD1/03/2020

SALARY NOTCH: R211 731 – R467 925 per annum

REQUIREMENTS:

An appropriate recognized National Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree backed by professional teaching qualification (REQV13). One year teaching experience in Education Sector will be an added advantage. Able to teach Life Orientation, life skills (theory) and ICT (Computers) NCV Level 2-4. Sound communication skills. Computer skills (Word, Excel, Power Point, and Internet). Ability to analyse, interpret policies and develop guidelines to support students on the campus. Ability to work in a team and under pressure. Registered with SACE

 

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS:

To engage in class teaching. To plan, co-ordinate, control, administer, evaluate and report on students ’academic progress. To enhance learning as an active process and be prepared to use a variety of strategies to meet the subject and learning outcomes of the curriculum. To create and maintain classroom environment that stimulates positive learning and actively engage students in the learning process.

 

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:

Fully completed Z83 indicating the correct reference number, detailed CV, certified copies of qualifications, SACE and ID document. NB: Foreign applicants should attach certified copies of the following documents: SAQA EVALUATION CERTIFICATE, SACE, QUOTA WORK PERMIT AND POLICE CLEARANCE.

 

 SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO:

The Principal, Mopani South East TVET College, Private Bag X01024, Phalaborwa, 1390, or hand delivers the applications to Cnr Combretum and Harlem Street, Phalaborwa, 1390. Should you not receive a correspondence from us within two months after closing date, consider your application as unsuccessful.

Female applicants with relevant qualifications /requirements will be given preference. The College reserves the right to withdraw any advertised post at anytime as well as the right to verify the qualifications of the recommended candidates prior to issuing of the offer of employment. Applicants are discouraged from sending applications through registered mail as the College will not be responsible for the non-collection of the applications sent through registered mail.