Mount Kenya University (MKU) is a fully fledged chartered university committed to a broad-based, wholistic and inclusive system of education. It has an overall goal of promoting human resource development for society’s progressive good. The university has adopted several international best practices in its core functions, which has enabled its students...
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Adherence to the teaching requirements as per the curriculum.
Administration of Continuous Assessments Tests.
Examination Setting, Administration & Marking.
Education, Skills and Experience
An earned PhD or equivalent degree qualification
A Master’s degree qualification in Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry or Natural Medicine from recognized/accredited university (for special cases outlined on MKU teaching staff appointments and promotions guidelines, 2020);
At least 7 years teaching experience at a University, 4 of which should be as a Lecturer.
At least three (3) years of teaching/research experience at the university level as a Lecturer/Research Fellow;
Accumulated at least 32 equivalent publication points as a Lecturer/Research Fellow of which 24 should be from refereed scholarly journals;
Supervised at least three (3) postgraduate students to completion and attracted research funds as a Lecturer/Research Fellow.
Been registered by the relevant Professional Body (where applicable)