Lecturer: Human Anatomy - Health Sciences
Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay Metro, Nelson Mandela Bay Metro
6d ago


Teaching Human Anatomy, Embryology and Histology to undergraduate and postgraduate Medical and Health Sciences students, through the application of teaching and learning in Integrated Basic Medical Science Modules.


  • Teaching Human Anatomy / Embryology / Histology to undergraduate Medical and Health Sciences students.
  • Curriculum development and ensuring the delivery of an integrated Human Anatomy / Embryology / Histology module.
  • Effectively using the available technological resources for teaching and learning.
  • Assessment of students, including formative and summative assessment.
  • Providing timeous academic and related support to students.
  • Contributing to the effective running of the Human Anatomy Laboratory.
  • Contributing to the development of Human Anatomy / Embryology / Histology research and provide supervision to undergraduate and postgraduate students within the Faculty.
  • Performing duties in line with the South African National Health Act 61 of 2003.

  • Experience in curriculum development / module management of Human Anatomy courses.
  • Experience in the practice of blended learning to enhancing the teaching of Human Anatomy / Embryology / Histology.
  • Proven experience in working with human tissue (cadaveric and histological).
  • Proven and excellent student-focused teaching skills in Human Anatomy.
  • Ability to actively engage with students and provide a student-focused learning approach.
  • Ability to provide oversight to ensure that assessments are quality-controlled and standardized, and that learning materials and equipment are in place.
  • Sound research experience in Human Anatomy / Embryology / Histology, including supervision. Good managerial and administrative skills.
  • MSWord, PowerPoint and Excel skills and the willingness to learn internal software programs.
  • Academic

    Master’s degree in Human Anatomy or a related clinical degree


    Registration with relevant health professions or scientific authority where applicable to qualification

    Teaching experience

    Two years’ full-time teaching Human Anatomy / Embryology / Histology at University level


    Evidence of research and publications in accredited peer-reviewed journal must be provided


    Applicants requested to submit a cover letter setting out how they meet the post requirements, a comprehensive CV, their professional membership, ID and certified copies of their qualifications.

    Please note that no late applications will be accepted.

    Disclaimer :

    No applicant would be allowed to apply and / or would be accepted after the closing date (14 May 2021).

    Nelson Mandela University reserves the right not to make an appointment. In considering candidates for appointment into the advertised posts, preference will be accorded to persons from a designated group in accordance with the approved Nelson Mandela University Employment Equity Plan.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION e.g. contact person and tele number, ; etc. must be displayed on CV.

    Applications must be accompanied by a cover page on which applicants explain how they meet the requirements of the post.

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