VACANCY BUL ETIN Senior Lecturer (Nature Conservation) Nature Conservation Post level: 7 Ref. 13/485 The Department of Nature Conservation, in the Faculty of Science has a permanent position of Senior Lecturer (Nature Conservation) at the Pretoria Campus Critical Performance Areas Teaching and Learning in the following disciplines: o Animal Etiology or Zoology or Wildlife Management with some specialization in predators and or mega-herbivores. The preparation and development of learning and assessment materials The presentation of lecturers, tutorial and practicals on and off-campus Research and supervision of postgraduate students Liaise with industry and other stakeholders regarding curricula, excursions, research and community projects Engagement in community projects Curriculum development Participate in Departmental, Faculty and Institutional activities Responsible for administrative tasks relating to the learning programmes of the Department Minimum Requirements A relevant Doctoral Degree with a BSc Zoology/Wildlife Management or B Tech degree in Nature Conservation specializing in Animal Etiology or Wildlife Management with a focus on predators or mega-herbivores At least Five (5) years experience in teaching, research or industry with evidence of publications in peer-reviewed journals Registration with the South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions will be a strong recommendation Membership and active involvement in activities of learned societies such as South African wildlife Management Association, Grassland Society of Southern Africa, Zoological Society of South Africa etc Candidates may be subjected to appropriate psychometric testing and other selection instruments. Send your CV to: Recruitment1@tut.ac.za People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. VACANCY BUL ETIN Closing Date: 06 September 2013 Enquiries: Prof P Marais, Tel: 012 382 6208, Mr A Botha, Tel: 012 382 5306 NB. If we have not responded within a Month from the closing date, you should regard your application as unsuccessful. Correspondence will only be entered into with short-listed candidates. The University reserves the right not to make an appointment. It is the intention of the University to promote representativity in respect of race, gender and disability through the filling of these posts. Preference will be given to candidates from the designated groups. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.