Sunday, March 6, 2016 - 00:00

The Faculty of Arts seeks to appoint a Senior Lecturer (5 year contract) in the Department of History at UWC. This is one of the leading History Departments on the continent, with a record of innovative research and teaching that is widely recognised. The Department has critical expertise in the fields of Public & Visual History, African History, Gender & History and Museum & Heritage Studies.

Minimum Requirements

•a PhD in History •an exciting track record in research and potential for future ground-breaking publications •expertise in teaching and research of African History

Added advantage and preferences: • Expertise in Visual History and/or Gender and History • willingness to contribute substantively to building collegiality in an environment based on team-work •an interest in developing new areas of the curriculum and research •a record of successful and innovative undergraduate teaching will be a strong recommendation

In your application, you are encouraged to highlight your strengths and also include anything else that you feel may be pertinent to the selection panel. Please attach your cover letter and detailed curriculum vitae to your online profile. To be considered for this vacancy, you must apply directly via UWC Careers at https://uwc.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/JobSearch/viewAll. For any queries, please contact the Human Resources Department at +27 21 959 4063/9763/9708/3551/3756.

Equity Status

In line with the University's commitment to diversifying its workforce, preference will be given to suitably qualified applicants in line with Employment Targets of the university. The University reserves the right to not make an appointment or make an appointment at a different level.


Senior Lecturer - 5 Year Contract

Post Number 0119

Faculty/Department - University of the Western Cape - Arts - History

Fixed Term Contract

Location - Main Campus - Bellville, WC ZA (Primary)

Wednesday, February 24, 2016 - 06:46

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