Qualifications And Experience
Applicants must hold a doctoral degree in Gender Studies or equivalent, a Masters degree in Gender studies or equivalent and a relevant first degree with at least a 2.1-degree classification. Applicants who can show some progress towards acquiring a relevant doctoral degree may be considered. The successful candidate must be able to teach at least two of the following modules: Epistemological Issues in Gender, Qualitative Research Methods and Statistics, Gender and Environmental Policy, Sexuality, Culture and Society, Gender and Migration, Gender, Politics and Governance, Gender and Community Development, Gender, Policy and Planning in Africa, Gender and Development, Gender and Conflict in Africa, Gender and Disaster Management and Power and Gender in Organisations. Possession of teaching experience at tertiary or University level and a Postgraduate Diploma in Higher and Tertiary Education will be an added advantage. Successful applicants without a Postgraduate Diploma in Higher and Tertiary Education will be required to obtain the same within the first three (3) years of appointment.
How To Apply
NB: Female candidates are encouraged to apply. Police clearance is mandatory for successful candidates.
Applications inclusive of the following: application letter, certified copies of academic certificates, national identity card, birth certificate and a detailed curriculum vitae giving full details of names, date of birth, experience, contact telephone number(s) and names and addresses of three referees must be emailed to email@example.com as a single PDF file.
Applications should be addressed to:
The Deputy Registrar, Human Resources and Legal Affairs
Great Zimbabwe University
P.O. Box 1235
The closing date for receipt of applications is 04 March, 2022.