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  • Posted: Jul 12, 2021
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  • Africa Nazarene University is an American private Christian University in Nairobi, Kenya, and an affiliate of The Church of the Nazarene Colleges and Universities around the world.


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    Professor - Environment and Natural Resource Management

    Job Description/Requirements

    Africa Nazarene University (ANU) is a fully chartered, non-profit, Private Christian University and is part of a Network of 21 Higher Education Institutions sponsored by the Church of the Nazarene International, with a mission to provide a holistic education that develops individuals academically, spiritually, culturally, socially and physically, to equip them with an appropriate mix of skills, competencies and Christian values to enable them to go into the world well prepared to meet the challenges and opportunities of their time.

    Qualifications and Experience

    Professor:

    • A PhD or equivalent degree in any of the following areas: Biostatistics; Genetics; Renewable Energy sources; Microbiology; Botany; Remote sensing and GIS; Geological Sciences; Climatology and Climate Change; general Ecology and Landscape ecology.
    • At least three (3) years of teaching experience at the university level as an Associate Professor.
    • A minimum of sixty (60) publication points as an Associate Professor or equivalent, of which at least forty (40) should be from refereed scholarly journals.
    • National, Regional, and international recognition for research.
    • Supervised at least five (5) post-graduate students to completion, including at least two (2) doctoral students.
    • Attracted research funds as an Associate Professor or equivalent.

    General Expectations:

    • Demonstrated Teaching skills as evidenced by student evaluation and peer reviews.
    • Demonstrated evidence of success in some major non-teaching responsibilities at the University or other reputable organization will be an added advantage.

    Key duties and responsibilities:

    • Contribute to the development, planning and implementation of a high-quality curriculum.
    • Teach undergraduate and master’s students in ENRM and Geography units.
    • Review curriculum and course outlines and develop course and lesson plans.
    • Prepare contact learning and online course materials and teaching aids.
    • Employ various teaching methods (such as field studies, group activities, assignments, laboratory sessions, off class activities etc.) to help student learning and deliver course content.
    • Develop learning assessment plans.
    • Supervise and guide undergraduate students, graduate students, internship, and research work.
    • Participate in departmental research and conduct research in specialist areas, publishing findings in professional journals, books, or electronic media and participate in grant writing and collaborations.
    • Advising students on academic, career, and any other related issues when required.
    • Attending conferences, workshops and seminars, industrial linkages and market outreach visits or related when required.
    • Participate in departmental administrative and field operations and programs.

    Personal attributes and competencies:

    • Demonstrated alignment to the mission and vision of Africa Nazarene University.
    • Student centered approach to teaching and learning
    • Displays high commitment to work.
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Excellent interpersonal, organizing and planning skills.
    • Excellent research writing skills.

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    Associate Professor - Environment and Natural Resource Management

    Job Description/Requirements

    Africa Nazarene University (ANU) is a fully chartered, non-profit, Private Christian University and is part of a Network of 21 Higher Education Institutions sponsored by the Church of the Nazarene International, with a mission to provide a holistic education that develops individuals academically, spiritually, culturally, socially and physically, to equip them with an appropriate mix of skills, competencies and Christian values to enable them to go into the world well prepared to meet the challenges and opportunities of their time.

    Associate Professor:

    • A PhD or equivalent degree in any of the following areas: Biostatistics; Genetics; Renewable Energy sources; Microbiology; Botany; Remote sensing and GIS; Geological Sciences; Climatology and Climate Change; general Ecology and Landscape ecology.
    • At least three (3) years of teaching experience at the university level as a Senior Lecturer or Senior Researcher or six (6) years senior research/industry experience.
    • A minimum of forty-eight (48) publication points as a Senior Lecturer or equivalent, of which at least thirty-two (32) should be from refereed scholarly journals.
    • National, Regional, and international recognition for research.
    • Supervised at least four (4) post-graduate students to completion, including at least one doctoral student.
    • Attracted research funds as a Senior Lecturer/Senior Research Fellow.

    General Expectations:

    • Demonstrated Teaching skills as evidenced by student evaluation and peer reviews.
    • Demonstrated evidence of success in some major non-teaching responsibilities at the University or other reputable organization will be an added advantage.

    Key duties and responsibilities:

    • Contribute to the development, planning and implementation of a high-quality curriculum.
    • Teach undergraduate and master’s students in ENRM and Geography units.
    • Review curriculum and course outlines and develop course and lesson plans.
    • Prepare contact learning and online course materials and teaching aids.
    • Employ various teaching methods (such as field studies, group activities, assignments, laboratory sessions, off class activities etc.) to help student learning and deliver course content.
    • Develop learning assessment plans.
    • Supervise and guide undergraduate students, graduate students, internship, and research work.
    • Participate in departmental research and conduct research in specialist areas, publishing findings in professional journals, books, or electronic media and participate in grant writing and collaborations.
    • Advising students on academic, career, and any other related issues when required.
    • Attending conferences, workshops and seminars, industrial linkages and market outreach visits or related when required.
    • Participate in departmental administrative and field operations and programs.

    Personal attributes and competencies:

    • Demonstrated alignment to the mission and vision of Africa Nazarene University.
    • Student centered approach to teaching and learning
    • Displays high commitment to work.
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Excellent interpersonal, organizing and planning skills.
    • Excellent research writing skills.

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    Senior Lecturer - Environment and Natural Resource Management

    Job Description/Requirements

    Africa Nazarene University (ANU) is a fully chartered, non-profit, Private Christian University and is part of a Network of 21 Higher Education Institutions sponsored by the Church of the Nazarene International, with a mission to provide a holistic education that develops individuals academically, spiritually, culturally, socially and physically, to equip them with an appropriate mix of skills, competencies and Christian values to enable them to go into the world well prepared to meet the challenges and opportunities of their time.

    • A PhD or equivalent degree in any of the following areas: Biostatistics; Genetics; Renewable Energy sources; Microbiology; Botany; Remote sensing and GIS; Geological Sciences; Climatology and Climate Change; general Ecology and Landscape ecology.
    • At least three (3) years of teaching experience at the university level as a Lecturer or Senior Researcher or six (6) years research/industry experience.
    • A minimum of thirty-two (32) publication points as a Lecturer or equivalent, of which at least twenty-four (24) should be from refereed scholarly journals.
    • National, Regional, and international recognition for research.
    • Supervised at least three (3) post-graduate students to completion as a Lecturer or equivalent.
    • Attracted research funds as a Lecturer/Research Fellow.

    General Expectations:

    • Demonstrated Teaching skills as evidenced by student evaluation and peer reviews.
    • Demonstrated evidence of success in some major non-teaching responsibilities at the University or other reputable organization will be an added advantage.

    Key duties and responsibilities:

    • Contribute to the development, planning and implementation of a high-quality curriculum.
    • Teach undergraduate and master’s students in ENRM and Geography units.
    • Review curriculum and course outlines and develop course and lesson plans.
    • Prepare contact learning and online course materials and teaching aids.
    • Employ various teaching methods (such as field studies, group activities, assignments, laboratory sessions, off class activities etc.) to help student learning and deliver course content.
    • Develop learning assessment plans.
    • Supervise and guide undergraduate students, graduate students, internship, and research work.
    • Participate in departmental research and conduct research in specialist areas, publishing findings in professional journals, books, or electronic media and participate in grant writing and collaborations.
    • Advising students on academic, career, and any other related issues when required.
    • Attending conferences, workshops and seminars, industrial linkages and market outreach visits or related when required.
    • Participate in departmental administrative and field operations and programs.

    Personal attributes and competencies:

    • Demonstrated alignment to the mission and vision of Africa Nazarene University.
    • Student centered approach to teaching and learning
    • Displays high commitment to work.
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Excellent interpersonal, organizing and planning skills.
    • Excellent research writing skills.

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    Lecturer - Environment and Natural Resource Management

    Job Description/Requirements

    • A PhD or equivalent degree in any of the following areas: Biostatistics; Genetics; Renewable Energy sources; Microbiology; Botany; Remote sensing and GIS; Geological Sciences; Climatology and Climate Change; general Ecology and Landscape ecology.
    • At least three (3) years of teaching experience at the university level as a lecturer or five (5) years research/industry experience with a track record of securing research funds.
    • A minimum of twenty-four (24) publication points as a Lecturer or equivalent, of which at least sixteen (16) should be from refereed scholarly journals.

    General Expectations:

    • Demonstrated Teaching skills as evidenced by student evaluation and peer reviews.
    • Demonstrated evidence of success in some major non-teaching responsibilities at the University or other reputable organization will be an added advantage.

    Key duties and responsibilities:

    • Contribute to the development, planning and implementation of a high-quality curriculum.
    • Teach undergraduate and master’s students in ENRM and Geography units.
    • Review curriculum and course outlines and develop course and lesson plans.
    • Prepare contact learning and online course materials and teaching aids.
    • Employ various teaching methods (such as field studies, group activities, assignments, laboratory sessions, off class activities etc.) to help student learning and deliver course content.
    • Develop learning assessment plans.
    • Supervise and guide undergraduate students, graduate students, internship, and research work.
    • Participate in departmental research and conduct research in specialist areas, publishing findings in professional journals, books, or electronic media and participate in grant writing and collaborations.
    • Advising students on academic, career, and any other related issues when required.
    • Attending conferences, workshops and seminars, industrial linkages and market outreach visits or related when required.
    • Participate in departmental administrative and field operations and programs.

    Personal attributes and competencies:

    • Demonstrated alignment to the mission and vision of Africa Nazarene University.
    • Student centered approach to teaching and learning
    • Displays high commitment to work.
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Excellent interpersonal, organizing and planning skills.
    • Excellent research writing skills.

    Method of Application

    Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply in confidence through the email [email protected] not later than 26th July 2021 enclosing a Professional portfolio, Curriculum Vitae with details of current post, salary and other financial benefits, academic and professional certificates and testimonials, names and addresses of three referees (one of whom should be present or previous employer).

    Kindly indicate job title in the subject of the email. ANU is an equal opportunity employer, and any canvassing shall lead to automatic disqualification.

    Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.

    The Vice-Chancellor
    Africa Nazarene University
    P.O. Box 53067 – 00200
    Nairobi

    Note: Never pay for any training, certificate, assessment, or testing to the recruiter.

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