REF NO 2018/033 (X2 POSTS)
SALARY : R185 796 – R211 617 per annum (PL1) plus benefits as applicable in the
Public Sector (College Appointment fixed term contract ending 31 May 2020)
CENTRE : Bambanani Campus
REQUIREMENTS : Recognised three-year Diploma/Degree in Information
Technology/Information Systems or any qualification with Computers as a
major subject/Module. Very good knowledge of subject area and work-related
applications. Good record keeping and administrative skills. Computer
proficiency in MS Office Suite. Ongoing interest and upskilling in new
developments and innovations. Advantageous: Assessor/Moderator
accredited. Three years teaching/training/industry-related experience. Valid
driver’s licence
DUTIES : Teaching and Learning Delivery: Teach students in classrooms or workshops
providing theory and practical training through lectures, discussions, practical
demonstrations and supervision; Prepare lessons (lesson plans) and produce
materials such as typed notes, diagrams, patterns and any consumables for
use in teaching; Maintain student attendance registers and produce student
progress reports; Monitor the provision of resources to libraries and/or access
to IT facilities appropriate to the subject requirements and advise on these
requirements; Monitor and report on student engagement and responsiveness
to teaching activities. Student Assessment and Evaluation: Assess students
by setting and marking exams and assignments, and evaluating completed
projects; Ensure that work is set and assessed consistently, in line with OBE
principles and College Assessment policy and complete all related
administrative records or reports; Participate in subject related assessment
and moderation committees; Maintain all assessment records of student
progress and performance. Teaching Administration: Maintain registers of all
textbook/tool allocations and check returned textbooks/tools (ensuring charges
for loss or damage); Submit annual and term estimates of material needs
(including consumables); Report or facilitate the maintenance of equipment
and/or workshops; Comply with all registration, assessment and other data
entry requirements; Participate in regular study unit meetings, informing
colleagues of all matters pertaining to student performance. Subject
Development and Marketing of Programmes: Maintain up-to-date knowledge
of industry trends in subject area; Participate in INSET courses and contribute
subject specific teaching enhancements; Maintain and/or revise instructional
material based on current industry trends; Represent the subject area at “open
days” and other promotional events; Provide guidance and work related
insights to students, parents and the general community. Student Guidance and Support: Provide advice on subject related career options and typical
working scenarios; Support students on an individual basis through academic
or personal difficulties and liaise with other professionals within the Student
Support function as needed; Manage student behaviour in the classroom or
other campus premises, applying appropriate measures in cases of
misbehaviour or learning disruption.
ENQUIRIES : Mrs JSM Smith at (035) 902 9511