Applicants should hold a PhD degree in Sports Science. A Sports Management, a sport-related Master’s degree with at least a Merit and foundation first degree in the learning area.
Holders of relevant Master’s degrees who are currently studying towards PhD qualifications in a sport-related learning area can only be considered for employment on a Temporary Full-time basis.
Applicants must have a minimum of two years university teaching experience. Proven record of publications and ability to mobilize funds will be added advantages. The curriculum vitae (CV) should contain a detailed list of publications; clearly specifying titles of publications, journal names, volumes, page numbers details, dates published, name(s) of publishers and name(s) of co-authors if any. Publications should be categorized into: books, monographs, refereed and non-refereed journals, chapters in books, etc.
Applicants must be able to teach at least six (including one practical module) of the following courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level to both conventional and block students:
Sports Science-Sport and Exercise Physiology, Biomechanics in Sport and Exercise, Biochemistry of Exercise, Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sports Psychology, Performance Analysis and Coaching Technologies in Sport, Theory and Methodology of Sports Training, Testing, Measurement and Evaluation in Sport and Sports Nutrition.
Sports Management-Corporate Governance in Sport, Human Resources Management in Sport, Financial Management in Sport, Sports Entrepreneurship, Sports Economics, Facilities and Event Management, Public and Media Relations in Sport, Sports Tourism and Recreation, Risk Management in Sport, Sports Marketing, Strategic Management in Sport and Sociology of Sport. In addition the successful candidate will be required to supervise research projects.
Practical Modules-Athletics, Field Sports, Court Sports, Indoor Sports, Aquatic Sports and Combat Sports.
The Department reserves the right to allocate courses for teaching.
The successful candidate will be expected to provide academic leadership to the Department, initiate, guide and contribute basic and applied research in the Department. Successful applicants must be able supervise both undergraduate and postgraduate students in their fields of specialisation and conduct collaborative research and be involved in university service and community engagement.
NB: Female candidates are encouraged to apply
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, telephone number, email address, names and addresses of three referees including email addresses.
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
Only shortlisted candidates will be responded to. The closing date will be Friday, 31 May 2019. For more information phone (0271) 7531-2, 7622, 7623, 0772 154 882-9.
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