AFDA Cape Town
Applications are invited for the position of Senior Lecturer for a BCT (Batchelor in Computer Technology) programme in computer technology for media, with computer programming in special applications for sports, TV, film and other entertainment products and platforms..
- Masters degree (or currently completing a Masters) in Computer Programming, Specific Applications web and mobile technology development.
- Strong leadership ability.
- Passion for the education, technology and entrepreneurship, and for the arts, particularly in Film, Television and Live Performance.
- Goal-driven and motivated.
- Proactive management style; ability to motivate students successfully & effectively.
- Committed to excellence in education.
- Experience in academic management and lecturing on degree level.
- Industry experience.
- A strong knowledge of the subject area combined with a broad subject background enabling contributions to teaching programmes
- Lecturing 1st, 2nd and 3rd year degree students in Computer Programming.
- Assessment of written and practical work across the Undergraduate school
- Conducting student consultations and reflective meetings
- Preparing content and lesson plans for each term
- Managing attendance registers and fulfilling other administrative duties, as required
- Timetable planning and implementation
- Attending Train the Trainer workshops and participating in ongoing research
- Contributing to the overall effective management and running of the programme.
- Liaising with the Marketing to assist with student recruitment, interviews, RPL assessment and Open Days.
- High work ethic
- Love for academic contexts
- Good communication and interpersonal skills between various levels and cultures
- Working independently and as part of a team
- Honest and trustworthy
- Cultural awareness and sensitivity
- Administrative accuracy
- BBBEE applications welcome
Please send the following to RecruitmentCPT@afda.co.za
- CV (no certificates)
• Email and telephone contact details
• 3 contactable references