The purpose of the position is to undertake the responsibilities in respect of the teaching of Latin, Ancient Culture Studies, Legal Terminology; research in the Focus Area for Ancient Texts; as well as general administration in the School for Ancient Languages and Text Studies.
Junior Lecturer Latin
Position number: P000163
North-West University (Potchefstroom)
Faculty of Theology
School of Ancient Language and Text Studies
Honours Degree in Latin- NQF Level 8
Membership in National Subject Associations
Other competency requirements:
2 years’ experience in lecturing of Latin language courses on NQF levels 4-7
1 year’ experience in lecturing of legal termination on NQF level 5
1 year’ experience in lecturing Ancient Culture courses on NQF level 5-7
1 year of supervision on postgraduate levels (if applicable)
1 year’ experience in teaching of online courses
2 years’ involvement and presentation of paper at relevant national and international subject association
A dynamic personality that can deal with organisational responsibilities and be innovative and creative.
Ability of contribute to good mutual relationships between the staff of the Faculty.
Must be able to work well together in a team setting with colleagues from different subject groups.
Candidate should respect the foundation of the faculty on the theology stemming from the Reformation, while be
willing to assist in promoting the faculty’s theological inclusiveness.
Lecturing Latin and Ancient Culture on undergraduate level.
Ability to development and improve Latin for a 21st century South African and African context.
Sufficient technical ability of create and maintain online learning environments.
Proficiency in English and willingness to function within the language policy of the NWU, with proficiency in another official South African language a strong recommendation.
North-West University: Junior Lecturer Latin (Permanent)
Teaching and learning
Supervision of postgraduate students
School and Faculty administration
Total Remuneration Package: Market related
Enquiries: Prof Risimati Hobyane (018 299 1531/ 082 782 8476)
Closing Date: 20 November 2020
Commencement of Duties: 1 Jan 2021