Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor/Professor: Department Industrial Psychology (Job ID: 5779) needed at University of the Free State

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Job title : Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor/Professor: Department Industrial Psychology (Job ID: 5779)

Job Location : Free State, Bloemfontein

Deadline : July 13, 2024

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Duties and responsibilities: 

  • Teach Industrial Psychology and Human Resource Management modules to undergraduate and postgraduate students. 
  • Conduct high-quality research, publish in accredited journals, and deliver quality research outputs in line with the faculty’s research strategy. 
  • Provide supervision to postgraduate students, namely Honours, Masters, PhD students, and professional industrial psychology interns. 
  • Provide leadership in pursuit of the department and faculty strategic plan with regard to research, teaching, engaged scholarship and leadership and administration. 
  • Perform academic administration pertaining to undergraduate and postgraduate subjects – this may include typing, setting, and marking all question papers and memorandums, recording marks and handling student complaints. 
  • Serve as a member of various academic committees and perform any other tasks allocated by the Dean and head of the department. 
  • Develop and maintain strong collaborative relationships with relevant research, civil society, government, industry, and professional organisations. 
  • Contribute to curriculum development within the faculty.

Inherent requirements:

Senior Lecturer

  • A relevant Doctoral degree on NQF Level 10 in Industrial Psychology or Human Resource Management. 
  • Proven record of teaching at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level 
  • Proven experience in supervising to completion of Master’s, PhD students and if registered as an Industrial Psychologist, industrial psychology interns. 
  • Member of the South African Board of People Practices or the Health Professions Council of South Africa.
  • Proven experience in the presentation of papers at national scholarly conferences. 
  • Proven national recognition for specialist expertise and research in a specific area of scholarship. 
  • An NRF rating or demonstrate potential for obtaining an NRF rating. 
  • Proven experience in supervision of graduated master’s students. 
  • A proven research record of relevant publications in national and international accredited journals. 
  • Proven experience of service as an active member of a national or international scholarly society or committee or agency 

Associate Professor

  • A relevant Doctoral degree on NQF Level 10 in Industrial Psychology or Human Resource Management. 
  • Proven record of teaching at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level 
  • Proven experience in supervising to completion of Master’s, PhD students and if registered as an Industrial Psychologist, industrial psychology interns. 
  • Member of the South African Board of People Practices or the Health Professions Council of South Africa. 
  • Experience as an external examiner for postgraduate students. 
  • Proven experience in the presentation of research papers at national and international conferences, where there is evidence of peer review of papers. 
  • Experience on the editorial board of a scholarly journal 
  • Proven national recognition for specialist expertise and research leadership in a specific scientific area of scholarship. 
  • An NRF rating of Y1, Y2, or C3 or equivalent status. 
  • Proven experience in the supervision of graduated master’s students. 
  • A proven research record of relevant publications in high-quality accredited national and international journals. 
  • Proven service experience as an active member of a national or international scholarly society, committee, or agency concerned with research at higher education levels. 

Professor

  • A PhD on NQF Level 10 in Industrial Psychology or Human Resource Management. 
  • Proven record of teaching at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level. 
  • Proven experience in supervising to completion of Master’s, PhD students and if registered as an Industrial Psychologist, industrial psychology interns. 
  • Member of the South African Board of People Practices or the Health Professions Council of South Africa.
  • Proven international recognition for specialist expertise and research leadership in a particular area of academic scholarship (for example, regularly serves as a reviewer for international/ISI/IBSS journals).
  • A research record of relevant publications in high-quality national and international accredited journals. 
  • Experience as an external examiner for postgraduate students. 
  • Proven experience in delivering keynote addresses at national scholarly conferences. 
  • Experience on the editorial board of a scholarly journal. 
  • An NRF rating of Y1, Y2, or C3 or equivalent status. 
  • Served as a member of a national or international scholarly society or committee, or agency concerned with research at higher education levels. 

Recommendations:

  • Proven lecturing experience in the Higher Education environment. 
  • Evidence of professional supervision of intern industrial psychologists. 
  • Proven experience in presenting Industrial Psychology modules such as Research Methodology, Employee Wellness and Labour Relations. 
  • Proficiency in computer skills, e.g., MS word, excel, PowerPoint. 
  • Proven skills in data analysis using IBM SPSS, AMOS, PLS. 
  • Good command of the English language.
  • Evidence of application for funding in (multidisciplinary) research projects. 
  • Demonstrate potential in wider public engagement and dissemination of research. 

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