A Lecturer position is available at the University of Cape Town.
The Department of Social Work and Social Development invites applications for the appointment of qualified candidates for a two-year contract position at lecturer level starting May 1, 2023.
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- A registered social worker with the Council of Social Services Professions is required (SACSSP).
- A master’s degree in clinical social work is required for the candidate.
- This course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the various policies and practices that affect the work of social service professionals in South Africa.
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This course is designed for social workers who have experience working in a therapeutic or clinical environment.
Clinical social work practicum and internship evidence.
Applicants should have postgraduate supervision in the fields of social work, administration, or social development.
- Undergraduate and postgraduate courses in social work, social development, and clinical social work are taught.
- Coordination of courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels
- Honours and Masters research supervision (for a Lecturer with a PhD, this includes PhD students)
- Clinical internships for Masters students are supervised.
- Conducting, managing, and disseminating research.
SALARY: R601 928 per annum
To apply, please e-mail Mr Ian Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org the following papers must be in a single pdf file.
UCT Application form (Download the PDF Form below and please include Cover letter and Curriculum Vitae (CV) when you send the application)
Ensure that the subject line includes the reference number and title.
A candidate’s application will be considered incomplete if it does not meet these requirements. Only the most qualified will be contacted and subjected to a competency test.
Tel No: (021) 650 2163
Ref No: E230166
CLOSING DATE: 27 March 2023
“The University of Cape Town is a designated employer. It is committed to achieving its equity goals and targets in line with its Employment Equity Plan. In addition, it will give preference to candidates from disadvantaged groups”.
The University of Cape Town maintains the right not to appoint.
ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN (UCT)
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Established in 1829, the University of Cape Town is South Africa’s oldest institution of higher learning. It has maintained a strong academic reputation and is regarded as one of the world’s leading research and teaching institutions.
The University of Cape Town’s striking location, which is at the foot of the Table Mountain, is known as a reflection of the city’s character.