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School of Education Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Coordinator : Johannesburg
Coordinate and manage various aspects Teaching Practice
Review systems, policies and procedures for Work Integrated Learning (WIL) for continual development
To deliver on lecturing, mentoring, and supporting of students and academics
Facilitate WIL planning and coordination in the region.
Oversee semester-based WIL moderation reports
Assist with sourcing and interviewing of candidates for regional mentor assessors
Coordinate WIL boot camps, workshops and training in the region
Programme and curriculum development and review
Plan timeous meetings with regions for input and challenges
Analyse student performance through reporting and develop intervention strategies
Analyse student overall performance, instructional approaches, changes and modification
Build rapport with and develop relations with all stakeholders including school partners, internal and external mentor assessors and local and international networks.
Execution of approved workload (Coordination, lecturing, assessing, WIL school based visits)
Must possess strong organisational skills and ability to multi-task
Must possess excellent inter-personal skills
Must possess intermediate or advanced digital literacy skills
Must possess intermediate philosophy on 21 st Century teaching and learning skills
Be enthusiastic and build a positive institutional culture
Must be flexible and resourceful
Work under pressure
Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ensure that staff and students comply and abide by the values and mission statement espoused by the institution
Work collaboratively and build capacity
Provide pastoral care and support to students
Discretion and an understanding of confidentiality
Fulfil all reasonably expected administrative functions related to the post.
A Master’s degree in Education or show evidence of nearing Masters studies completion.
At least 5 years of experience in Teacher Education
A minimum of 10 years teaching experience in the schooling sector.
Experience in partnerships and collaboration with externals stakeholders
Distance learning experience in assessments (online)
Leadership and Management
Leadership and Management
Initiate and be responsible for the planning and implementation of Work Integrated Learning in the region.
Develop, plan and roll out Teaching Practices modules in the region
Assume responsibility for the professional quality of the Teaching Practice component in the region
Manage WIL QA and risk management in the region
All applicants are to kindly fill and forward the employment application form and their CV’s to [email protected] by no later than 18th December 2020. Should you not hear from us within 14 days, please consider your application unsuccessful.