FACULTY OF EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT OF LIFELONG LEARNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
VACANCY NO: EF/DLCD 2/2019: LECTURER IN LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Duties: The successful candidates will be expected to teach undergraduate level courses in; (i) foundational areas of community development and lifelong learning; (ii) inclusive and sustainable economic growth; (iii) partnerships for local economic development; (iv) localizing global economic development agenda; (v) local economy and social development human. The successful candidate will also be expected to; (i) supervise undergraduate students; (ii) participate in all academic and professional activities of the department including research and outreach; and (iii) carry out any other duties as may be assigned by the Head of Department.
Requirements: Applicants should have; (i) at least a Masters’ Degree in Adult Education, Community Development or equivalent; (ii) a Bachelor’s Degree in Adult education, Community Development or related field with at least a 2(i)/GPA of at least 3.6 or equivalent. Applicant should also show evidence of engagement in research and services. A relevant PhD, and teaching at a university level or comparable institution and demonstration of effective academic leadership would be added advantages.
Remuneration: The University offers competitive salaries and benefits commensurate with experience and qualifications.
How to Apply: Signed Letters of applications are to address the stated qualifications and provide any other information to assist the University to determine your suitability for the position. Applicants should indicate clearly the position applied for, quote the vacancy numbers; provide current CVs which must include contact information (telephone/mobile numbers, email address, postal address and fax number), certified copies of educational certificates, transcripts and THREE (3) reference letters to: The HR Manager, Faculty of Education, University of Botswana, Private Bag UB 00702, Gaborone-Botswana or E-mail: Educaio@mopipi.ub.bw. Telephone: (267) 355 2840; Fax (267) 318 5096. Please note that applications with incomplete information shall not be acknowledged.
Hand delivered applications should be submitted to Office No 111 and or 104 at Block 231.
NB: Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted