Applicants must have at least a Master of Science Degree in Social Work. A PhD in Social Work or evidence of working towards one is an added advantage. The applicant must be registered with the Council of Social Work and must have progressive experience in teaching at a tertiary institution in the field of Social Work.
Duties and Responsibilities
The successful candidates should be able to teach at least four of the following courses in Social Work: Social Work Ethics; Social Work with Groups and Communities; Counseling; Social Work in Humanitarian Organizations and Integrated Social Work; Child Welfare; Integrated Social Work and Clinical Social Work.
The candidate should also be able to advise students, collaborate with faculty on research within and across departments, provide service to the departments, University and community, publish in peer-reviewed journals, seek and obtain external funding. In addition, the candidate should be able to supervise students’ projects and dissertations.
Six (6) copies of the following: application letter, certified copies of educational certificates, National ID, Birth Certificate and CVs giving full personal particulars including full name, place and date of birth, qualifications, previous employment and experience, present salary, date of availability, telephone number, email address, names and addresses of three referees including email addresses.
NB: PhD holders will be appointed as Permanent Full time Lecturers while Masters holders will be appointed on Temporary Full Time basis .
Applications should clearly indicate the “Post” which is being applied for and submitted to:
Assistant Registrar- Human Resources
Bindura University of Science Education
P Bag 1020
NB: FOR THOSE APPLYING FROM OUTSIDE ZIMBABWE YOU MAY SEND YOUR APPLICATIONS ON THE FOLLOWING EMAIL ADDRESSES: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Only shortlisted candidates will be responded to. The closing date will be Monday, 12 November 2018. For more information phone (0271) 7531-2, 7622, 7623, 0772 154 882-9.
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