PROGRAMME NAME: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (BSC – CEIT)
ASSISTANT LECTURERS ( 2 POSITIONS RE-ADVERTISED)
Holders of Master’s degree with a GPA of 0 or above and a GPA of 3.5 or above for Bachelor degree majoring in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Information and Communication Technology, Electrical Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering or a related field
Working experiences in Higher Learning Institutions will be an added advantage
Teaching language proficiency
Undergoing training to PhD level
Undergoing induction course in pedagogical skills for those who had none before
Conducting lectures, tutorials, seminars and practical for undergraduate programmes
Assisting senior staff in practical sessions, seminars and tutorials
Preparing case studies
Working in cooperation with senior members on specific projects
Supervising special projects for undergraduate students
Mentoring junior staff in all relevant academic matters
Participating in curriculum development
Participating in developing and managing of various university projects
Undertaking research and publishing research results
Preparing teaching manuals and compendia
Attending/organizing workshops, conferences and seminars
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THE UNITED AFRICAN UNIVERSITY OF TANZANIA (UAUT) is a private Higher Learning Institution founded by the Registered Trustees of Korea Church Mission (KCM), with the objective of alleviating poverty and promoting growth through raising Tanzanian Christian leaders who are equipped with excellence in wisdom, knowledge and Christian virtues. The responsibility of the day to day running of UAUT is vested upon the University Council with the Vice-Chancellor as the main link between the Board of Trustees and University Council.
UAUT obtained The Certificate of Full Registration(CFR)from Tanzania Commission for Universities(TCU)since 2012.