A Doctorate in Logistics and Transport or Supply Chain Management with at least seven years of lecturing experience at tertiary education level and/or industry experience or an equivalent combination of relevant professional experience. Must be able to develop high-quality course materials and teach at both under- and post-graduate levels in the following areas: Supply Chain Management, Global Logistics, Distribution and Transport Management and IT Logistics. Experience in establishing strategic partnerships with reputable academic institutions and industries will be an advantage. Sound research experience including ten publications in peer-reviewed journals/books/conference proceedings. Industrial or related experience and/or supervision of Master’s students. A credible record of lecturing and the ability to assume academic leadership and develop research programmes.
GENERAL FACULTY RESPONSIBILITIES
Lecturing, research, curriculum development, community service and administration.