[Marxism] Poli-econ job search at Univ of Joburg (SA's most left university)

Patrick Bond pbond at mail.ngo.za
Tue Oct 27 11:59:10 MDT 2009


(Sorry for cross-listing)

This is a terrific opportunity for comrades who want to experience the 
most contradiction-ridden city in the world's most protest-rich country, 
where every policy issue is on the national agenda, where 
internationalism is highly valued, and where a solid core of 
progressives have made huge strides the past few years.

van Rooyen, Carina wrote:
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> Below a job advert for an academic position in Development Studies at 
> the University of Johannesburg. Note that the deadline is this Friday; 
> online application at http://www.ujhb.drm-za.com/
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> Please circulate to anyone who might be interested.
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> Regards
>
> Carina
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> Job Reference Number
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> A0910347/NN
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> Job Title:
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> *Professor/ Associate Professor/ Senior Lecturer*
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> Job Type (Academic/Non-Academic):
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> Academic
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> Department/Division:
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> Anthropology and Development Studies
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> Campus:
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> Auckland Park Kingsway
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> Faculty/Group:
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> Faculty of Humanities
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> Application Closing Date:
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> 30/10/2009
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> Post Description:
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> DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
> • Lecturing in Development Studies at undergraduate and postgraduate 
> levels in a multimodal learning context
> • Supervising Honours, Master’s and Doctoral students in Development 
> Studies
> • Engaging in Development Studies-related research and publications
> • Administrative duties and community engagement
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> Requirements:
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> • A Phd in Development Studies or a related field
> • Published research (accredited national/international publications)
> • At least five years of teaching experience in a higher education 
> institution (at under- and postgraduate levels), and experience in 
> course development and postgraduate supervision
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> Recommendations:
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> • A research focus on southern and/or sub-Saharan Africa
> • Political economy or quantitative teaching experience
> • Track record of research funding
> • NRF rating
> • A critical, multidisciplinary approach to Development Studies with a 
> commitment to social justice
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> Assumption of Duties:
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> As soon as possible
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> Equity Statement:
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> In addition to merit on the basis of qualifications, experience and 
> proven achievements, the University of Johannesburg is committed to 
> taking persons with disabilities and the potential of historically 
> disadvantaged individuals or groups into account for appointment.
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> The University reserves the right to make no appointment if no 
> candidate meets the necessary requirements.
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> Enquiries:
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> Prof. David Moore, tel: 011 559 2979
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