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Head Of Program: Public Administration Speciality
Vacancy Code: HD/12/13
Minimum Requirements:A relevant four year or Honours degree in Public Administration or related discipline is the minimum requirement. A Masters Degree or significant progress towards, a Masters degree is preferable.
 Normally, at least three years lecturing experience (full or part time) in a public or private post school provider. Under exceptional circumstances different experience will be considered.
 Experience in writing curriculum, material and assessment of student learning
 Understanding of the HE regulatory environment
 Understanding of the NQF and associated regulatory environment
 Evidence of professional experience and leadership skills in public administration or related management sectors at a local, regional or national level is essential for this particular position.
 Experience with online curriculum delivery systems would be advantageous.
Position Type: Managerial/EE
Remuneration: R400k
Vacancy Description:
 Review, development and implementation, subject to the policies and governance procedures of the company, of the curriculum, syllabus and material development of those designated programmes or modules (some of which may be service courses) for which the Head of Programme is responsible
 Aspects of faculty administration as delegated by the Head of Faculty
 Establishment and maintenance of effective interaction between the faculty/department and the brandswith respect to the particular programmes for which s/he is responsible and more generally
 Identify and monitor programme developers including briefing and the quality assurance of their work
 Responsible for the setting and monitoring of minimum standards for delivery and assessment including management of academic incidents related to assessment
 Tracking of student performance, in cooperation with trading division national offices, in designated programmes and modules including planning and monitoring of interventions that may be required to address problems
 Responsible for the identifying, briefing and managing moderators in consultation with the trading division and for managing the moderation of assessments within the faculty – this includes planning and implementation of problem solving strategies as needed
 Active commitment to the maintenance of academic standards and of curriculum areas within the discipline – this includes capacity building on campus and own personal commitment to keeping up to date
 Demonstrated commitment to the development, implementation and monitoring of all companies policies
 Active commitment to capacity building on the campuses of the trading divisions and where applicable the preparation and delivery of peer lectures and seminars - one of the key focuses here has to be building of capacity of lecturers to work with a diverse student body
 Participate in, and contribute to, the companies/faculty’s activities, particularly its seminars and workshop programmes
 Participation in the key governance structures and committees as may be required from time to time
 Any other relevant duties as may be required
Head of Programme: Applied Humanities
Vacancy Code: AP/12/13
Minimum Requirements:
A relevant four year or Honours degree is the minimum requirement. A Masters Degree or significant progress towards, a Masters degree is preferable. The areas in which skills are particularly needed include: Corporate Communication/Public Relations; Event Management and Branding/Advertising.

 Normally, at least three years lecturing experience (full or part time) in a public or private tertiary provider. Under exceptional circumstances different experience will be considered.
 Experience in developing and writing curriculum, material and assessment of student learning
 Understanding of the Higher Education (CHE) regulatory environment
 Understanding of the NQF and associated regulatory environment
Position Type: Managerial/EE
Remuneration: R350k- R400k
Vacancy Description:
 Review, development, quality assurance and implementation, subject to the policies and governance procedures of The Company, of the curriculum, syllabus and material development of those designated programmes or modules (some of which may be service courses) for which the Head of Programme is responsible
 Aspects of faculty administration as delegated by the Head of Faculty
 Establishment and maintenance of effective interaction between the faculty and the brandswith respect to the particular programmes for which s/he is responsible and as well as in terms of more general matters affecting the brands
 Identify, developand monitor programme developers including the briefing of developers and the quality assurance of their work
 Responsible for the setting and monitoring of minimum standards for delivery and assessment including management of academic incidents related to assessment
 Tracking of student performance, in cooperation with trading division national offices, in designated programmes and modules including planning and monitoring of interventions that may be required to address problems
 Responsible for the identifying, briefing and managing moderators in consultation with the trading division and for managing the moderation of assessments within the faculty – this includes the planning and implementation of problem solving strategies as needed
 Active commitment to the maintenance of academic standards and of curriculum areas within the discipline – this includes capacity building on campus and his/her own personal commitment to keeping up to date with developments in his/her academic field
 Demonstrated commitment to the development, implementation and monitoring of all Company policies
 Active commitment to capacity building on the campuses of the trading divisions and where applicable the preparation and delivery of peer lectures and seminars - one of the key focuses here has to be the building of capacity of lecturers to work with a diverse student body
 Participate in, and contribute to, The Company/faculty’s activities, particularly its seminars and workshop programmes
 Participation in the key governance structures and committees as may be required from time to time
 Any other relevant duties as may be required
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