To provide operational supervision and functional direction to instructors and support staff.
- Lectures and develops course materials and assigns projects.
- Grades and assesses student learning outcomes.
- Supervises junior and support staff and performs academic advising.
- Delivers training as and when required.
- Assists in developing class schedules.
- Participates in curriculum and programme development.
- Provides regular and timely feedback to students.
- Conducts research in a particular field of knowledge and publishes findings in professional journals.
- Attends and makes presentations at conferences.
- Submits grant applications to support the University's goals in consultation with Programme Head or other Academic Staff and the University's office responsible for grant funding.
- Engages in peer review activities as required.
- Stays current in related discipline through involvement in professional organizations, workshops, etc.
- Participates in the Personal Tutor programme (or acts as a personal tutor where required).
- Participates in various committees at the University as well as provides service to the wider community through workshops, seminars, public lectures, and professional consulting services to government and industry
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE
- Master's Degree or equivalent in Maritime Studies
- Minimum of five (5) years' teaching/research/industry experience
- Sound knowledge (both theory and practice) in the subject field or discipline
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Sound knowledge of creative and pedagogical skills
- Excellent organizational and problem solving skills
- Demonstrated commitment to professional excellence and continued growth within subject field or discipline
- Ability to keep abreast of advanced teaching methods, including the use of current and future technologies to support student learning and career objectives
- Capability to function in an online environment
- Ability to work with campus-based personnel and students.