Summary of Job Description:
- To teach Bachelors' and Masters' students
- Carry out research & pursue further studies and improve career path
- Participate and contribute to curriculum planning, development, review
- Design, prepare and develop teaching materials
- Assess students' coursework, and provide feedback
- Set and mark final examinations for each semester
- Supervise student projects, field trips and where appropriate field placements
- Undertake personal research projects and actively contribute to the institution's research profile.
- Initiate and fully participate in Community Engagement Activities including and not limited to; community/ group health education, medical outreaches, medical camps etc.
Minimum Qualifications and Requirements:
Master's Degree in Leadership & Change Management, Master of Business Administration, Master of Health Services Management, Msc. Clinical Psychology, Organizational Behaviour and any other related discipline. A Post-graduate in Pedagogy or Teaching in Higher Education.
Core qualification required: A Bachelor of Business Administration, Psychology, and Organization Behaviour.
Experience working in an Academic Institution, Corporate Entity, Risk Management, and/or Research area; with sound practical experience and/or service delivery Management of Institutions, Organizations and Human Behaviour in a dynamic environment.
A description of courses taught and/or of expertise that would provide the basis for lecturing Leadership and Change Management.
Prior teaching experience at the Post-graduate level is highly desirable.
Experience: At least 03-05 years teaching in a Higher Institution of Learning/University.
Submit: i.e Updated Curriculum Vitae (CV) and two (02) referees; signed Cover letter clearly stating your key competencies, qualification and experience; Certified copies of Academic papers, to: The Human Resources, Clarke International University (CIU) [formerly, International Health Sciences University (IHSU)].
***Only selected Candidates shall be contacted.
Deadline for Submission: Tuesday, 7th August 2018 at 17:00hrs