A Master’s degree (NQF Level 9) in Natural Resource Sciences with at least four years of lecturing experience at tertiary education level and/or industry experience or an equivalent combination of relevant professional experience. Excellent English communication skills (oral and written). Specialised knowledge in Law Enforcement, Wildlife Handling, and newest technology linked to Wildlife/Natural Resource Monitoring, Game Capture, Game Counts, Freshwater Fish Breeding and Erosion Control. Competence to teach at least three of the following courses: Legal Framework for Natural Resource Management, Wildlife Monitoring and Handling, Ecology for Natural Resource Management or Natural Rangeland Management. Competence to establish professional networks and to maintain links with the industry, as well as experience in developing under-graduate programmes. A credible record of lecturing, student research supervision and peer-reviewed publications in accredited journals, as well as a relevant Doctorate will be an advantage.
KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS
Teach, assess, and develop curriculum, conduct community service, and administration. Supervise research (projects and/or thesis) at undergraduate levels; conduct research and publish in accredited journals; source for research or project funding; establish professional networks with industry and universities and partake in Department, Faculty and/or University Committees.