UNISA Is Hiring Teaching Assistant

UNISA Is Hiring Teaching Assistant


To be considered as a Teaching Assistant (TAs), you must meet the following: – Minimum requirements: 
•Not be a Unisa Fixed Term or Permanent staff member.
•Ongoing access to Internet connection at own cost.
•Minimum of master’s degree (NQF 9) within UNISA College of Science Engineering and Technology
•Own copies of software packages that may be required for teaching e.g., Internet browsers, Word processing etc.
•Advanced computer and Internet skills i.e.no training will be provided in using software packages, Internet sites or email.
•Advanced communication skills and proficiency in English (student communication will
•Commitment to meeting deadlines and a passion for student-centered learning.
•Friendly, patient and sensitive to a diversity of students.
•Please do not apply if you are currently appointed as Teaching Assistant (TAs) mostly be text based by email and discussion forums).



•PhD (NQF 10) with qualification/s that is/are within UNISA College of Science Engineering and Technology qualifications will be preferred.
•Not be regarded as an employee of Unisa.
•Not be entitled to any benefits such as medical, office space, equipment (including sick leave etc) in terms of the Unisa’s conditions of service.
•Provide your own infrastructure i.e., your own computer, your own internet access any other office related equipment.
•Not be based at a Unisa campus or any location linked to the university.
•Comprehensive curriculum vitae.
•Academic transcript / record.
•Identity document/passport.
• SAQA verification of foreign qualification.

As an Independent Contractor you will: 
To apply, you need copy of the following: (3 Months certified copies)

NB: The required documents should be submitted as a single pdf file (one attachment). NOT ZIP FILE Name your Pdf file. The application must be email to: CEST-TA@unisa.ac.za
Enquiries: Mr Emanuel Mashimbye: Tel 011 471 3678

Closing date: 26 May 2023

Assumption of duty: The shortlisted candidates will have to undergo a form of assessment an online training/interviews. Completion of the prescribed training is compulsory for all candidates. Contracts will only be awarded after the successful completion of online training.

UNISA reserves the right to authenticate all qualifications without any further consent from the applicant. Appointments will be made in accordance with Unisa’s Employment Equity Plan and other applicable legislation.

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