SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ENGINEERING STUDIES
PL1 (starting salary notch R211 098 p.a. plus benefits)
Permanent College appointment
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Matric or NCV L4 Certificate with a recognised 3 year Mechanical Engineering National Diploma/ Degree or Equivalent ; Trade Test Certificate in Mechanical Engineering; A professional teaching qualification; SACE registration is a prerequisite; Teaching experience, preferably in a TVET College, will be an added advantage; Computer skill in MS Office, will be an added advantage (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).
KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS:
Teach Mechanical Engineering subjects N1 to N6; Lecture and exposure of students to the practical environment; Prepare and deliver lessons effectively in English as the medium of instruction; Monitor student attendance; Lecture subjects and groups as allocated by your Head of Department: Academic in respect of each trimester; Prepare a Trimester Plan and Assessment Plan; Plan the lecturing of your subjects strictly according to the latest curriculum and subject policy. Attend subject meetings and subject related discussions (external and internal learning communities); Plan subject related workshops/fieldtrips/seminars for students; Control assessments of students; Use the various teaching aids available to enhance the quality of lecturing; Prepare lessons well to teach for learning success; Design appropriate learning tasks to suit the level of students; Integrating learning resources and practical application into the classroom (integrate theory and practical); Provide students with learning support, and make referrals to Learner Attainment Intervention Strategy (LAIS) unit, by providing the relevant evidence. Managing student discipline in the classroom and on College premises, or during educational excursions; Ensure a conducive teaching and learning environment, as well as creating a subject learning atmosphere; Lecturer to continuously create/maintain a culture of teaching and learning, eg. Setting a good example, professional ethics, motivation and punctuality; applying appropriate and effective measures in cases of ill-discipline and refer serious cases to Senior Lecturer/ HOD.
Knowledge of Report 191 policies (entrance and ICASS requirements); Experience in employing various integrated training methods; Excellent management and organisational skills; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Must be able to work under pressure and adapt to changes in the sector.
Please submit your application before 15:00