For those of you not familiar with Wits, it has a very interesting Sociology department with a strong labor focus.
LECTURER, SENIOR LECTURER/
The Department of Sociology in the School of Social Sciences enjoys an international reputation for outstanding teaching, research and public engagement, particularly in the fields of economic and industrial sociology, development sociology and health sociology. We are seeking to make THREE tenure-track appointments at the level of Lecturer/Senior Lecturer. Applicants from all fields of sociology are invited to apply, although preference will be given to those candidates able to teach in the broad areas of industrial, economic and development sociology; health sociology; political economy and political sociology; environmental sociology.
The successful applicants will have a record of research and publications appropriate to their levels of appointment, a commitment to teaching, learning and public engagement, and experience with culturally and linguistically diverse populations.
Qualifications: PhD in Sociology or related discipline; and relative to level of appointment, an established research record, including publications in internationally recognised journals; and proven teaching record, preferably including strong post-graduate supervisory experience.
Duties: Undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, research supervision, a willingness to help build the discipline as well as service to the School, the university, the profession and the wider South African community.
Remuneration: The salaries will be at university levels, commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Enquiries only: Professor Roger Southall, + 27 11 717 4451; email@example.com
To apply: Submit a covering letter, clearly indicating the post and level(s) applied for, detailed CV with names, addresses and details (including e-mail addresses) of three academic referees, a non-returnable writing sample of a sole authored publication, and certified copies of identity documents and qualifications to Ms Molly Orr, Humanities Human Resources Office, University of the Witwatersrand, Private Bag 3, WITS 2050.
Tel: + 27 11 717 1414 Email: Molly.Orr@wits.ac.za
Closing date: 27th July 2012
Applicants who fulfil employment equity requirements are particularly invited to apply.