Professor/ Associate Professor / Senior Lecturer and Head of Division (Head of Clinical Department)

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Stellenbosch University
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September 06


Overall strategic leadership and operational management of the Division, giving expression to its vision of becoming a world-class centre for training, teaching and learning,

clinical service, research and innovation in Otorhinolaryngology;

  • Fostering an inclusive and collegial environment that encourages a high level of performance, communication and teamwork;
  • Operational management of human resources and finances of the Division;
  • Participating in clinical service delivery commitments of the Division, including commuted overtime at Tygerberg Hospital;
  • Overall academic responsibility for teaching and learning, which includes supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate students in Otorhinolaryngology across the

Faculty's distributed training platform;

  • Overall responsibility for research and innovation, which includes leading, mentoring and participating in the design, execution, supervision, publication and translation of

research in priority areas;

  • Actively participating in the internationalisation efforts of the University;
  • Contributing to the goals and functioning of the University and the Health Department through active involvement in the relevant management  structures of the University

and the Western Cape Government;

  • Expanding and strengthening collaboration with health services, communities and other stakeholders.

Required Skills

  • A postgraduate qualification in Otorhinolaryngology
  • Registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa
  • Proven record of Otorhinolaryngology surgical competence

Candidate Requirements

Job Requirements:

  • A postgraduate qualification in Otorhinolaryngology which may include an MMed degree and/or FC Otorhinolaryngology;
  • Registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa as a Specialist in Otorhinolaryngology;
  • Proven record of Otorhinolaryngology surgical competence as evidenced by the submission of a personal surgical logbook of the past three years;
  • Teaching, clinical training and examining experience in Otorhinolaryngology at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels;
  • A proven record of independent and innovative research and guidance of postgraduate research;
  • Proven national and international recognition as a specialist Otorhinolaryngologist.
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4 - 6 years
1 candidate
October 01
Full Time
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