DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING (KING HINTSA (TVET) COLLEGE)
The College is committed to providing equal opportunities and practicing affirmative action employment. It is
our intention to promote representivity: (race, gender and disability) in the College through the filling of
posts and a candidate whose appointment, transfer or promotion will promote representivity will receive
APPLICATIONS : Please Forward Your Application, Quoting The Reference Number to: The
Principal, King Hintsa TVET College, Private Bag X3018, Butterworth, 4960 Or
Hand Deliver to: 218 Mthatha Road Ibika Township, Butterworth.
CLOSING DATE : 30 April 2018, applications received after the closing date or faxed applications will
not be considered.
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on form EDP01 for Lecturers obtainable from any
public service department and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV and
certified copies of qualifications. The successful candidate will be subjected to a
security clearance and verification of qualifications. Interviewed candidates will be
subjected to a competency assessment where necessary. Correspondence will
only be entered into with short-listed applicants. The College /department reserves
the right to withdraw any of the advertised posts at any time depending on the
OTHER POST: LECTURER HOSPITALITY (REPORT 191) 2 POSTS
POST 15/27 : LECTURER LIFE ORIENTATION PL1 REF NO: 2018/ 04-05
SALARY : R185 769 per annum
CENTRE : King Hintsa TVET College (Teko Campus)
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 or NC(V) Level 4 plus a relevant 3-year Degree/Diploma specialising in
Life Orientation and English; a Teacher’s qualification; Teaching experience in a
TVET College, Assessor and Moderator will be added advantages; Be able to
teach Life Orientation and English in Levels 2-4. Advanced computer skills in MS
Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and internet); must be registered with
SACE. Competencies: Computer skills in MS Word, MS Excel and PowerPoint.
Ability to handle pressure and meet deadlines. Strong leadership, communication,
monitoring and evaluation, problem solving and innovation skills. Good planning,
organising, monitoring and evaluation skills.
DUTIES : Assist with enrolment, registration and induction of students. Facilitate general
academic and career development of students. Prepare lesson plans and
programme plan, compile PoA and PoE. Co-ordinate the procurement of the
programme’s training needs. Provide guidance on syllabi, curriculum and learning
outcomes. Implement and monitor all policies that have impact on teaching and
learning within the department. Create a conducive classroom environment and
ensure efficient classroom management and discipline of students. Liaise with
Lecturers, Head of Departments and Student Support Officers in providing support
interventions to students. Assess students, capture marks and maintain the
necessary documents. Manage and monitor students’ attendance. Moderate
POEs’ and POAs’.
ENQUIRIES : Mr MM Ndzame at 047 401 6400