The School of Built Environment and Development Studies is a multi-disciplinary researchand teaching School with Programmes in Population and Development Studies,Community Development, Architecture, Housing, and Planning. This School combinesundergraduate and post-graduate teaching, research and community engagement.The School seeks to appoint two lecturers for a fixed term position (commencing on July2018) to teach in the Population Studies Programme. The successful candidates will beexpected to lecture postgraduate modules at an appropriate level and contribute tothe academic functions of the discipline of population studies. Furthermore, the lecturerwill mentor students and contribute other services as instructed by the line manager.Lecturers are expected to establish themselves as experts in their field and should beactive as scholars (i.e. publish in peer reviewed journals and books; and to activelyparticipate in community engagements related to their discipline).
Responsibilities + Skills
Professional registration or eligibility for registration with PASA, UAPS and IUSSP;An emerging thought leader with an academic and research profile having
PhD in Population Studies or Demography;
Three years experience in lecturing in demography or population studies;Expertise in demographic techniques are a requirementmentorship/supervision experience in an industrial or research environment;