NORTH-WEST UNIVERSITY (POTCHEFSTROOM CAMPUS) HEALTH SCIENCES SCHOOL OF PHARMACY PEROMNES: A6/A7 VACANCY: ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/SENIOR LECTURER POSITION NUMBER: PC00912 Responsibilities: Teaching undergraduate students in Pharmacology modules Teaching BSc Honours students in Pharmacology Study-guide development Postgraduate supervision of students Involvement in Pharmacen and/or teaching-driven research Writing scientific publications Raising funds for research projects Module coordination Minimum requirements: PhD in Pharmacology (Associate Professor) or Master’s degree in Pharmacology as well registration as Pharmacist at the South African Pharmacy Board and at least two publications (Senior Lecturer) Extensive knowledge of the basic principles of Pharmacology One year’s experience in an academic, research or development environment Other competency requirements: Proven record of undergraduate teaching (Associate Professor) A proven publication record (Associate Professor) The ability to provide postgraduate supervision (Associate Professor) The ability to teach undergraduates (Associate Professor) The ability to handle the funding of projects (Associate Professor) The ability to act as manager of teaching and research programmes (Associate Professor) The ability to build and maintain good interpersonal relations The ability to function internally and externally on various levels The ability to function independently, autonomously, systematically and accurately, and solve problems, with excellent organising abilities Good communication skills, interpersonal relations and time-management skills Computer literacy in MS Office (Word, PowerPoint and Excel), intranet and internet, GroupWise, as well as e-media Demonstration of language proficiency to function optimally in the various multilingual environments of the NWU TOTAL REMUNERATION PACKAGE: Market related ENQUIRIES: Prof Linda Brand, 018 299 2233 CLOSING DATE: 5 December 2014 COMMENCEMENT OF DUTIES: 1 February 2015 or as soon as possible thereafter BENEFITS: Attractive study benefits as well as the normal fringe benefits apply FOR APPLICATION FORMS: Contact the Human Capital Department at tel. 018 299 4961, or send an email to [email protected] Application forms are also available at Room G25 or G27, C1 Building, Institutional Office. Completed application forms must either be handed in at the Human Capital Department on the campuses as specified on the application form, or sent via email to [email protected], or faxed to 018 293 5308. The University subscribes to and applies the principles of the Employment Equity Act and is committed to transformation. All applications will be processed in terms of the Protection of Personal Information Act.