SAPS Vacancies: CLAW – Face to Face Tutor (3 Year Contract)

By | 21st Nov 2018

CLAW – Face to Face Tutor (3 Year Contract)

COLLEGE OF LAW

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INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS

(Face-to-Face Tutors)

Purpose: The purpose of the position is to facilitate learning at a UNISA Regional Centre; through face-to-face and/or videoconferencing tutorials; on Saturdays and/or weekday evenings in the subjects identified.

East London, Port Elizabeth, Mthatha, Parow, George, Durban, Newcastle, Pietermaritzburg, Richards Bay, Mbizana,Johannesburg, Florida, Pretoria, Ekurhuleni, Vaal, Polokwane, Giyani, Makhado, Lephalale, Bloemfontein, Kroonstad, Mahikeng, Rustenburg, Kimberley, Qwaqwa, Kuruman, Upington Potchefstroom, Middelburg, Nelspruit, , East London andPort Elizabeth.

Duties

Face-to-Face Tutors will have the following duties:
1. Facilitate delivery of tutorial material
2. Manage students’ learning experiences face-to-face
3. Facilitate students’ interactions with their peers face-to-face
4. Provide students with the required support face-to-face

General requirements

  • Ability to work with adult learners.
  • Willingness to undergo training on various aspects of tutoring.
  • Teaching/tutoring experience will be an advantage.
  • Excellent facilitation skills
  • Friendly, patient and sensitive to diversity of students
  • Proficiency in English
  • Have passion for student-centred learning

As an Independent Contractor you will: 

  • Not be regarded as an employee of Unisa
  • Not be entitled to any benefits such as medical aid, office space, equipment, leave (including sick leave),
    in terms of the UNISA conditions of employment
  • Be required to work for 15 hours per module per semester and 3 hours for year modules (excluding
    marking)
  • You may also be required to mark students’ assignments and examination. If this is the case, this will be
    specified in an independent task agreement with its own remuneration

Recommendation 

  • Own transport is recommended

Face to Face tutor positions are available in the College of Law in the following Schools per NQF level:

SCHOOL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

NQF LEVEL 7

CRIMINOLOGY

SECURITY SCIENCE

SEP3703 CORPORATE INVESTIGATION III

Specific requirements:

  • Diploma in Security Management – 98221 (New curriculum) which includes the Corporate Investigations III (SEP3703)

B-Tech Security Management (required)
Sufficient relevant experience in investigations either in the security environment or within the SAPS

SCHOOL OF LAW

Requirements:

  • An LLB Degree, with the relevant subject as a major.

NQF LEVEL 5

MERCANTILE LAW 

CLA1501 COMMERCIAL LAW 1A

NQF LEVEL 6

JURISPRUDENCE 

SCW2601 INTRODUCTION TO LAW FOR SOCIAL WORK IIB

MERCANTILE LAW 

SSL2601 SOCIAL SECURITY LLAW 

FBE2604 FORMS OF BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (LLB REQUIRED WITH MODULES: Entrepreneurial
law (MRL2601) Advanced company law (LML4806))

PUBLIC, CONSTITUTIONAL & INTERNATIONAL LAW

ADL2601 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

CRIMINAL AND PROCEDURAL LAW 

CRW2601 CRIMINAL LAW: GENERAL PRINCIPLES

The Unisa Regional Learning Centres at which the above advertised vacancies exist are listed

below: https://irec.unisa.ac.za:4443/OA_HTML/All_regions_2019_Revised_F2F_Tutor_Vacancy_Lists.xlsx

Your application form (see last page) must be accompanied by a COMPREHENSIVE CURRICULUM VITAE and; identity document (Non-SA applicants may apply with passport, work permit, permanent residence permit or proof. However the prescribed policy and procedures will be followed for appointment) (certified copies
within the previous six months); all educational qualifications (certified copies within the previous six months); academic transcripts/records (certified copies within the previous six months); proof of SAQA verification for foreign qualifications (if applicable) (certified copies within the previous six months)

Applications to be emailed to CLAWFACE-TO-FACETUTOR@unisa.ac.za

  • UNISA reserves the right to authenticate all qualifications without any further consent from the applicant.
  • The contact details of three contactable references must be provided.
  • Late, incomplete and incorrect applications will not be considered.
  • Unisa is not obliged to fill an advertised position
  • Appointments will be made in accordance with Unisa’s Employment Equity Plan and other applicable legislation

Closing Date: 26 November 2018

General Enquiries: Ms Mildred Moshodi – 012 429 8396

Ms Suzan Phaahla – 012 429 8693

Assumption of duty: February 2019