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STADIO is a multi-campus higher education institution with a national footprint, as well as hosting a number of student support centres in South Africa and Namibia. STADIO endeavours to widen access to top quality higher education and highlight the importance of equipping graduates with accredited qualifications that are recognised by industry. STADIO Holdings acquired the following six private higher education institutions (PHEIs): AFDA, Embury Institute for Higher Education, LISOF, Milpark Education, Prestige Academy and Southern Business School.

STADIO has consolidated SBS, Embury, LISOF and Prestige Academy to form a single registered private higher education institution which is known as STADIO (Pty) Ltd, consisting of the following five faculties:

  • Arts and Design

  • Commerce, Administration and Management

  • Education

  • Law

  • Science and Technologies

STADIO offers a variety of academic and career-focused undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications through both contact and distance learning modes of delivery.

The following vacancies are currently available at STADIO:

Analytics Engineer (Head Office - Durbanville)

STADIO is inviting applications for the position of Analytics Engineer.  The incumbent in this position will focus on the reporting and analytics component of the continous improvement lifecycle. The position reports operationally to the Head: Business Process and  Innovation who in turn reports to the Chief Executive Officer.

 

Purpose and role:

The Analytics Engineer’s role in the newly established Business Process and  Innovation team at STADIO Higher Education will be to assume responsibility for and develop the  Reporting and  Analytics function of the team. The Analytics Engineer will be responsible for developing and enabling data-driven decision making across the group. This includes fulfilling a key role in the successful adoption of the continuous improvement lifecycle approach followed by the team, in support of the STADIO strategic imperative of operational excellence.

 

Responsibilities:

More specifically the Analytics Engineer will be responsible for:

  • Gathering, analysing and understanding business users’ data and analytics requirements and translating these requirements into analytics best practice solutions that meet  relevant business objectives

  • The end to end implementation of key reporting and analytics projects identified by the STADIO Executive Committee

  • Improving data accessibility and enabling improved end-user data-driven decision making across STADIO

  • Collaborating  with the Business Process and  Innovation team in the implementation of  dashboards and reports to measure the impact of solutions implemented, and using data to identify new areas for improvement

  • Collaborating with the various product owners of STADIO business systems to improve reporting and  analytics from these systems

  • Involvement in other ad-hoc improvement and innovation projects assigned to the Business Process and Innovation team

 

Qualifications and Experience required:

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Industrial) or equivalent degree

  • 3 years+ relevant work experience

  • Business analysis, data design and systems analysis experience

  • Stakeholder engagement and workshop facilitation experience in the identification and specification of  business requirements

  • Proven experience of involvement in successful reporting and  analytics project implementation

  • Data pipeline implementation experience using cloud infrastructure and services is desirable

  • Microsoft Power Platform experience is desirable

  • Experience with Power BI or similar BI Tools is desirable

 

Knowledge required:

  • Business and data analysis

  • Data modelling

  • Database analysis and design

  • BI best practices is desirable

  • Data warehouse methodologies is desirable

 

Skills and Abilities required:

  • Ability to make decisions and initiate action

  • Ability to deliver results and meet stakeholder expectations

  • Ability to research new approaches and propose innovative solutions

  • Ability to cope with pressure, setbacks and changing priorities

  • Ability to integrate business strategy and reporting and analytics needs

  • Critical and strategic thinking skills

  • Project management skills

  • Analytics skills

  • Attention to detail

  • Verbal and written communication skills

  • Collaborative stakeholder engagement at all levels

  • Workshop facilitation skills

 

Assumption Date: 1 January 2023

Closing date for applications: 30 November 2022

 

Applications: Candidates wishing to apply for the position are requested to submit the following documentation, using the position title as a reference, to: [email protected]

  1. A letter of application and motivation, concisely detailing individual suitability for the position
  2. A concise Curriculum Vitae with no attachments

All applications will be treated as highly confidential.

This position will be filled following the STADIO employment equity plan.

Lecturer 1 - School of Commerce (Technical Subjects) (Bellville Campus)

STADIO (Pty) Ltd is inviting applications for the permanent position of Lecturer for our School of Commerce (Technical Subjects) on our Bellville Campus.

 

Responsibilities:

Teaching and Learning

  • Teaching (Face to Face and Online) and Assessment

  • Quality Assurance

  • Student Support and Success

  • Curriculum development, review, and transformation

 

Research

  •  Accredited publications

  • Thought leadership

  • Research for teaching and learning

  • Postgraduate supervision

  • Postgraduate study

 

Academic Citizenship

  • Community engagement

  • Industry liaison

  • Internationalization

  • Peer liaison

  • Institutional involvement

  • Academic Leadership (including mentoring and staff development)

 

Self-Development

  • Personal & professional development

 

Act as the potential Module Coordinator (MC) for specific modules

  • MC tasks

  • The Module Co-Ordinator has a FUNCTIONAL role

  • S/he is responsible for:                                                                

    • Preparation the module outline for accreditation submission     

    • Preparation/updating (including module review)/authoring/coordination of new and existing material (including lesson plans and teaching materials)

    • Maintain the core VLE environment (including student surveys) for the module to ensure parity of content and offering across sites of delivery

    • Preparing/finalizing all the assessments for the module             

    • Drafting the assessment strategy (in consultation with the Lecturers Forum) and maintaining the Assessment Guideline document

    • Conducting or arranging internal moderation – pre- and post – of all assessments;[1]                                                              

    • Managing the external moderation process (pre- and post-assessment)

    • Quality assurance of the module content and offering              

    • Action module-specific outcomes from student surveys                         

    • First-level sign-off of the marks for the module and presentation to next level;[2]                                                   

    • Conduct success and throughput analysis for the module                   

    • Promoting industry liaison for the module                                             

    • Finalising the academic calendar for the module                                  

    • Setting the criteria for RPL approval                                                

Chair the regular Lecturers’ Forum for the module to ensure collective feedback.                                                               

Have input into the appointment and performance management of staff who will be teaching the module.              

 

Minimum Requirements:
Experience with lecturing in a contact learning and online environment, using electronic learning management systems as well as video conferencing, like MS Teams and Zoom

Relevant industry experience in Accounting, Economics, Mathematics/Statistics, Finance, Investment Management, ideally a member of an industry board with a relevant industry designation

 

Qualifications:

NQF 8 or higher in a Commerce field, ideally in Accounting, Economics, Mathematics/Statistics, Finance, Investment Management

 

Key Attributes:

  • Excellent attention to detail

  • Excellent analytical skills

  • Excellent English language skills

  • Can do attitude

  • Passion for education

  • Ability to work under tight deadlines

 

Assumption Date: January 2023

Closing date for applications: 27 November 2022

 

Applications: Candidates wishing to apply for the position of  Lecturer- School of Commerce–Technical Subjects (BELC2) are required to:

  1. Submit a letter of motivation, concisely detailing interest in and individual suitability for the position.
  2. Submit a CV without attachments
  3. Clearly indicate which position they are applying for in the motivation letter.
  4. Please note that:
  • Applications must be submitted by email to [email protected]
  • All applications will be treated in confidence.

In terms of the Company policy for appointments and promotions, preference will be given to candidates who will enhance the diversity of the team and contribute to employment equity within the Company provided that the competencies and minimum requirements for the position have been met.

Lecturer 3 - School of Commerce (Versatile – across different subjects) (Bellville Campus)

STADIO (Pty) Ltd is inviting applications for the fixed term position of  Lecturer – School of  Commerce (versatile across different subjects) on our Bellville Campus.

 

TEACHING AND LEARNING

  • Teaching (Face to Face and Online) and Assessment

  • Quality Assurance

  • Student Support and Success

  • Curriculum development, review, and transformation

 

RESEARCH

  • Accredited publications

  • Thought leadership

  • Research for teaching and learning

  • Postgraduate supervision

  • Postgraduate study

 

ACADEMIC CITIZENSHIP

  • Community engagement

  • Industry liaison

  • Internationalization

  • Peer liaison

  • Institutional involvement

  • Academic Leadership (including mentoring and staff development)

 

SELF-DEVELOPMENT

  • Personal & professional development

 

ACT AS THE POTENTIAL MODULE COORDINATOR (MC) FOR SPECIFIC MODULES

  • MC tasks

        The Module Co-Ordinator has a FUNCTIONAL role

        S/he is responsible for:                                                                       

  • Preparation the module outline for accreditation submission     

  • Preparation/updating (including module review)/authoring/coordination of new and existing material (including lesson plans and teaching materials)

  • Maintain the core VLE environment (including student surveys) for the module to ensure parity of content and offering across sites of delivery

  • Preparing/finalizing all the assessments for the module              

  • Drafting the assessment strategy (in consultation with the Lecturers Forum) and maintaining the Assessment Guideline document

  • Conducting or arranging internal moderation – pre- and post – of all assessments;[1]                                                              

  • Managing the external moderation process (pre- and post-assessment)

  • Quality assurance of the module content and offering              

  • Action module-specific outcomes from student surveys                            

  • First-level sign-off of the marks for the module and presentation to next level;[2]                                                   

  • Conduct success and throughput analysis for the module                         

  • Promoting industry liaison for the module                                                    

  • Finalising the academic calendar for the module                                         

  • Setting the criteria for RPL approval                                              

  • Chair the regular Lecturers’ Forum for the module to ensure collective feedback                                                                  

  • Have input into the appointment and performance management of staff who will be teaching the module

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Experience with lecturing in a contact learning and online environment, using electronic learning management systems as well as video conferencing, like MS Teams and Zoom

Relevant industry experience in a commercial environment, ideally a member of an industry board with a relevant industry designation

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

NQF 8 or higher in a Commerce or Business field.

 

KEY ATTRIBUTES:

  • Excellent attention to detail

  • Excellent analytical skills

  • Excellent English language skills

  • Can do attitude

  • Passion for education

  • Ability to work under tight deadlines

 

Assumption Date: January 2023

Closing date for applications: 27 November 2022

 

Applications: Candidates wishing to apply for the position of  Lecturer- School of Commerce (Versatile across different subjects)  (BELC7) are required to:

  1. Submit a letter of motivation, concisely detailing interest in and individual suitability for the position.
  2. Submit a CV without attachments
  3. Clearly indicate which position they are applying for in the motivation letter.
  4. Please note that:
  • Applications must be submitted by email to [email protected]
  • All applications will be treated in confidence.

In terms of the Company policy for appointments and promotions, preference will be given to candidates who will enhance the diversity of the team and contribute to employment equity within the Company provided that the competencies and minimum requirements for the position have been met.

Academic Tutor Internship - School of Fashion (Hatfield/Randburg Campus)

Various positions: Fashion design, Retail, Fashion Media, Trends, Fashion Business, Marketing.


The academic tutor will assist the academic team in ensuring the effective and efficient operations and functioning of the pillars of academic and student support.

The tutor’s mandate is to ensure a positive student experience for all students:

  • Academic support.
  • Implementing risk strategies.
  • Assisting with facilitation and lesson preparation.
  • Grading of assessments.
  • Invigilating assessment events.
  • Preparing exemplars, sourcing and compiling visual research for lesson collateral (proficiency in Harvard Referencing is essential).
  • Preparing and presenting tutor sessions.
  • Assisting with student practical classes or assessments.
  • General administrative tasks.
  • Other related student-support tasks.

 

Minimum Requirements:


1. Interns must be registered for the BA Honours in Fashion Programme at STADIO School of fashion.

2. Knowledge and understanding of the fashion industry.

 

Reasons to study the BA Honours:

- Take your Career to the next level!

- Become a Problem solver for the future fashion industry

- Develop yourself as a leader

- Engage with international experts

- For more information, click here

 

Assumption Date: 1 February 2023

Closing date for applications: 30 November 2022

 

To enquire kindly email [email protected] or phone 011 326 1698.

Lecturer - Foundation Phase Teaching Practice and Education Studies (Waterfall Campus)

STADIO Higher Education is inviting applications for the permanent position of a Lecturer: Foundation Phase Teaching Practice and Education Studies. The position reports operationally to the Head of Academics.

 

Purpose:

Lecture and assess contact learning and distance learning students in the Foundation Phase and Grade R programmes.

 

Role:

  1. Lecture and assess contact learning and distance learning students in the Foundation Phase and Grade R programmes in the following modules:
  • Academic Literacy ACL101
  • Institutional Teaching Practice 1 ITP100
  • Institutional Teaching Practice 2 ITP200
  • School-based Teaching Practice 1 TPR100
  • School-based Teaching Practice 2 TPR200
  • Theoretical Perspectives in Education 1 TPE201
  • Theoretical Perspectives in Education 2 TPE302
  • Sociopedagogics 4 SOC202
  1. Perform the roles and responsibilities of a module coordinator.
  2. Use a learning management system independently and/or work collaboratively to develop and deliver modules.
  3.  Compile teaching, learning, and assessment materials.
  4. Participate in curriculum development.
  5. Carry out allocated internal moderation responsibilities.
  6. Participate in school-based Teaching Practice assessments.
  7. Provide academic support to students.
  8. Complete all Quality Assurance requirements related to the modules.
  9.  Participate in research projects and community engagement initiatives.
  10.  Fulfil all reasonably expected administrative functions relating to the position, and as requested by the relevant line manager.

 

Qualifications and Experience Required:

  1. Minimum Bachelor of Education Honours or equivalent qualification with relevant study in Foundation Phase Teaching Practice and Education.

 

Knowledge Required:

  1. At least 3 years of teaching and/or lecturing experience in Foundation Phase Teaching Practice and Education modules.
  2. Ability to lecture on other Foundation Phase modules.
  3. Experience in online teaching and learning environments will be an advantage.
  4.  Experience in lecturing in Higher Education will be an advantage.

 

Skills and Abilities Required:

  1. Sound teaching and assessment skills.
  2.  Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  3. Strong organisational, time management, and coordination skills with the ability to multi-task, work under pressure and adhere to deadlines.
  4. High level of computer proficiency with good knowledge of modern information technology infrastructure and online learning platforms.
  5. Ability to independently and as part of a team.
  6.  Ability to cope with change.
  7. Willingness to work when required on Saturdays.

 

Assumption Date: 1 January 2023

Closing date for applications: 30 November 2022

 

Applications: Candidates wishing to apply for the position are requested to submit the following documentation, using the position title as a reference, to: [email protected]

  1. A letter of application and motivation, concisely detailing individual suitability for the position
  2. A concise Curriculum Vitae with no attachments

All applications will be treated as highly confidential.

This position will be filled following the STADIO employment equity plan.

If you have not been contacted 2 weeks after the closing date of this advertisement, please consider your application as unsuccessful. Correspondence will only be limited to short-listed candidates.

Financial Accountant (Waterfall Campus)

STADIO Higher Education is inviting applications for the position of Financial Accountant. The position reports operationally to the Head of Campus.

 

Purpose:

Responsible for providing financial guidance and support to clients, subordinates and colleagues.

 

Role:

1. Lead, manage, develop, and mentor the campus finance team:

  • Ensure that a competent and efficient finance team is in place
  •  Lead, manage, support and develop the Waterfall finance team to enable them to achieve the financial goals.
  • Timeous and accurate recording of financial transactions with supporting documentation on Unit 4
  •  Oversee daily cashbook, debtors collections, creditors payments, billing, assets control, debit orders release, statements run, blocking of results, credit card and fleet card review, unallocated deposits, cashflow, loan accounts (to be completed as and when required timeously)
  •  Ensure close off on second working day of the month, followed by submission of all reports and recons after analysis of campus TB with Head of Campus
  • Submit campus financial data/reports/ schedules and supporting documents timeously during the audit process
  • Designated superuser
  • Audit /compliance
  • Integrity of GL
  • Month/year end reporting
  • Budgeting - Operational Expenditure (OpEx) and Capital Expenditure (CapEx)

 

2. Participate in the management of the Waterfall Campus

  • Participate as a member of the Waterfall Management Committee (WATMANCO)
  •  Complete management reports, presentations and projects as required
  •  Reports on: Year to date revenue/Year to date operational expenses/Year to date CAPEX expenses/Year to date second stream income/Year to date debtors/Status of debit orders/Debtor statements and age analysis/Historic debt/EBITDA
  • Collaborate constructively with the Administrative and the Academic Division as required

 

3.Customer Service

  • Manage finance customer complaints and improve customer service
  • Manage Q-DESK efficiently and reduce finance complaint

 

Qualifications and Experience Required:

  • B Comm Accounting
  •  Articles an advantage

 

Knowledge Required:

  • 10 years’ experience as an accountant, preferably in a tertiary education setting
  •  Advanced Excel skills is preferable

 

Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Organised and Deadline-driven
  •  Must be able to communicate effectively (both written and verbal)
  •  Must be able to multitask, and work long hours at times
  •  Must be able to build relationships and work in a team
  •  Client focused
  •  Must pay attention to detail
  •  Trustworthy

 

Assumption Date: 3 January 2023

Closing date for applications: 30 November 2022

 

Applications: Candidates wishing to apply for the position are requested to submit the following documentation, using the position title as a reference, to: [email protected]

  1. A letter of application and motivation, concisely detailing individual suitability for the position
  2. A concise Curriculum Vitae with no attachments

All applications will be treated as highly confidential.

This position will be filled following the STADIO employment equity plan.

If you have not been contacted 2 weeks after the closing date of this advertisement, please consider your application as unsuccessful. Correspondence will only be limited to short-listed candidates.

Community Manager (Centurion Campus)

STADIO is inviting applications for a Community Manager , on our Centurion Campus, who will support the Digital Marketing and Social Media Manager as well as Social Media Specialists with:

  • Community Management

  • Content creation, curation, and research

  • Website content updates

  • Escalation, reporting and administrative tasks


You will join our Creative Services team made up of designers, social media specialists and a community manager. You will work closely with these team members to assist with the goals of the department and company as a whole. We pride ourselves on answering every enquiry with a human touch and firm and fair sensibility.


Role and responsibilities

  • Respond to all enquiries on social media and Hello Peter in the voice of STADIO with appropriate and relevant answers

  • Work with internal service desk tools to investigate complaints and or enquiries

  • Escalate complaints (as per our Standard Operating Procedures)

  • Keep record of all escalated complaints and resolutions thereof

  • Flag community management trends to DM&SM Manager with recommendations on improving responses

  • Assist with reputation management strategies when required

  • Be the custodian of all FAQ documents, keep them up to date and relevant to each intake season

  • Monitor social pages after-hours (during peak season)

  • Conduct research to assist in content creation and curation in line with WWS (Widening Access, World of Work and Student Centric values)

  • Use insights from our community to suggest engaging content

  • Update website when required

  • Assist in collating Community Management Reports (weekly)

  • Assist with community demographics and growth reports (monthly)

  • Monitor competitor social and digital content, community management trends, and campaigns and provide usable intelligence


Minimum Requirements

  • Relevant qualification and / or experience

  • Min three years’ experience in dealing with online communities

  • Experience in research, content curation and administration

  • Must be competent in MS Suite

  • Community Management and crisis management

  • Social Media Platforms

  • Content creation and curation

  • Knowledge of Private Higher Education desirable


Key Attributes

  • Strong organisation and planning skills

  • Exceptional verbal and written communication

  • Collaboration is key with a variety of stake holders

  • Monitoring and reporting

  • Data analysis

  • Deductive reasoning

  • Solid administrative skills

  • Detail orientated

  • Deadline driven


Assumption Date: 04 January 2023

Closing date for applications: 29 November 2022

 

Applications: Candidates wishing to apply for the position are required to:

1. Submit a letter of motivation, concisely detailing interest in and individual suitability for the position.

2. Submit a concise CV without attachments.

3. Clearly indicate which position they are applying for in the header of the email.

4. Please note that:

• Applications must be submitted by email to [email protected]

In terms of the Company policy for appointments and promotions, preference will be given to candidates who will enhance the diversity of the team and contribute to employment equity within the Company provided that the competencies and minimum requirements for the position have been met.

All applications will be treated as highly confidential. STADIO Higher Education reserves the right to not fill this position. Should you not hear from STADIO within 2 weeks of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.

Lecturer: Creative Arts, English Language and Teaching Practice (Bellville Campus)

STADIO (Pty) Ltd is inviting applications for the position of Lecturer Creative Arts, English Language and Teaching Practice on our Bellville Campus.

 

KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Lecture and assess contact learning and distance learning students in the BEd Foundation Phase and Intermediate Phase programmes in the following disciplines/modules:

  • Academic Literacy

  • Creative Arts

  • Arts Education

  • English Language

  • Teaching Practice

Perform the roles and responsibilities of a module coordinator.

Use a learning management system independently and/or work collaboratively to develop and deliver modules.

Compile teaching, learning, and assessment materials.

Participate in curriculum development.

Carry out allocated internal moderation responsibilities.

Participate in school-based Teaching Practice assessments.

Provide academic support to students.

Complete all Quality Assurance requirements related to the modules.

Participate in research projects and community engagement initiatives.

Fulfil all reasonably expected administrative functions relating to the position, and as requested by the relevant line manager.

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

At least 3 years of teaching and/or lecturing experience in Creative Arts and English Language.

Knowledge and understanding of Arts, English Language and Teaching Practice.

Experience in online teaching and learning environments will be an advantage.

Experience in lecturing in Higher Education will be an advantage.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Bachelor of Education Honours or equivalent qualification with relevant study in Arts, Art Education and English Language

 

KEY ATTRIBUTES OF CANDIDATE

Sound teaching and assessment skills.

Effective communication and interpersonal skills.

Strong organisational, time management, and coordination skills with the ability to multi-task, work under pressure and adhere to deadlines.

High level of computer proficiency with good knowledge of modern information technology infrastructure and online learning platforms.

Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Ability to cope with change.

Willingness to work when required on Saturdays. 

 

Assumption Date: JANUARY 2023

Closing date for applications: 28 NOVEMBER 2022

 

Applications: Candidates wishing to apply for the position of

Lecturer Creative Arts, English Language and Teaching Practice (BEL2) are required to:

  1. Submit a letter of motivation, concisely detailing interest in and individual suitability for the position.
  2. Submit a one-page CV without attachments
  3. Clearly indicate which of the position/s they are applying for in the motivation letter.
  4. Please note that:
  • Applications must be submitted by email to [email protected]
  • All applications will be treated in confidence.

In terms of the Company policy for appointments and promotions, preference will be given to candidates who will enhance the diversity of the team and contribute to employment equity within the Company provided that the competencies and minimum requirements for the position have been met.

Lecturer: Education Studies, Social Sciences and Teaching Practice (Bellville Campus)

STADIO (Pty) Ltd is inviting applications for the position of Lecturer: Education Studies, Social Sciences and Teaching Practice on our Bellville Campus.

 

KEY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Lecture and assess contact learning and distance learning students in the HCert Pre-School and BEd Foundation Phase and Intermediate Phase programmes in the following disciplines/modules: 
  1. Classroom Practice

  2. Education Theory

  3. Educational Psychology

  4. Inclusive Education

  5. Sociopedagogics

  6. Teaching Practice

  • Perform the roles and responsibilities of a module coordinator

  • Use a learning management system independently and/or work collaboratively to develop and deliver modules

  • Compile teaching, learning, and assessment materials

  • Participate in curriculum development

  • Carry out allocated internal moderation responsibilities

  • Participate in school-based Teaching Practice assessments

  • Provide academic support to students

  • Complete all Quality Assurance requirements related to the modules

  • Participate in research projects and community engagement initiatives

  • Fulfil all reasonably expected administrative functions relating to the position, and as requested by the relevant line manager

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • At least 3 years teaching and/or lecturing experience in Education Studies and Psychology

  • Knowledge and understanding of Education Studies, Psychology and Teaching Practice

  • Experience in online teaching and learning environments will be an advantage

  • Experience in lecturing in Higher Education will be an advantage

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Bachelor of Education Honours or equivalent qualification with relevant study in Education Studies and Psychology.

 

KEY ATTRIBUTES OF CANDIDATE

  • Sound teaching and assessment skills

  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills

  • Strong organisational, time management, and coordination skills with the ability to multi-task, work under pressure and adhere to deadlines

  • High level of computer proficiency with good knowledge of modern information technology infrastructure and online learning platforms

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

  • Ability to cope with change

  • Willingness to work when required on Saturdays

 

 

Assumption Date: JANUARY 2023

Closing date for applications: 28 NOVEMBER 2022

 

Applications: Candidates wishing to apply for the position of:

 Lecturer: Education Studies, Social Sciences and Teaching Practice (BEL3)  are required to:

  1. Submit a letter of motivation, concisely detailing interest in and individual suitability for the position.
  2. Submit a one-page CV without attachments
  3. Clearly indicate which of the position/s they are applying for in the motivation letter.
  4. Please note that:
  • Applications must be submitted by email to [email protected]
  • All applications will be treated in confidence.

In terms of the Company policy for appointments and promotions, preference will be given to candidates who will enhance the diversity of the team and contribute to employment equity within the Company provided that the competencies and minimum requirements for the position have been met.

Lecturer: Afrikaans Language and Teaching Practice (Bellville Campus)

STADIO (Pty) Ltd is inviting applications for the position of Lecturer Afrikaans Language and Teaching Practice on our Bellville Campus.

 

Responsibilities:

Lecture and assess contact learning and distance learning students in the HCert Pre-School and BEd Foundation Phase and Intermediate Phase programmes in the following disciplines/modules:

Afrikaans First Additional Language

Afrikaans Home Language

Literacy Afrikaans Home Language

Teaching Home Language Afrikaans

Teaching Practice.

Perform the roles and responsibilities of a module coordinator.

Use a learning management system independently and/or work collaboratively to develop and deliver modules.

Compile teaching, learning, and assessment materials.

Participate in curriculum development.

Carry out allocated internal moderation responsibilities.

Participate in school-based Teaching Practice assessments.

Provide academic support to students.

Complete all Quality Assurance requirements related to the modules.

Participate in research projects and community engagement initiatives.

Fulfil all reasonably expected administrative functions relating to the position, and as requested by the relevant line manager.

 

Minimum Requirements:

Minimum Bachelor of Education Honours or equivalent qualification with relevant study in Afrikaans Language

 

Key Attributes:

Sound teaching and assessment skills.

Effective communication and interpersonal skills.

Strong organisational, time management, and coordination skills with the ability to multi-task, work under pressure and adhere to deadlines.

High level of computer proficiency with good knowledge of modern information technology infrastructure and online learning platforms.

Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Ability to cope with change.

Willingness to work when required on Saturdays.

 

Assumption Date: 01 January 2023

Closing date for applications: 28 November 2022

 

Applications: Candidates wishing to apply for the position of Lecturer Afrikaans Language and Teaching Practice  are required to:

  1. Submit a letter of motivation, concisely detailing interest in and individual suitability for the position.
  2. Submit a one-page CV without attachments
  3. Clearly indicate which of the position/s they are applying for in the motivation letter.
  4. Please note that:
  • Applications must be submitted by email to [email protected]
  • All applications will be treated in confidence.

In terms of the Company policy for appointments and promotions, preference will be given to candidates who will enhance the diversity of the team and contribute to employment equity within the Company provided that the competencies and minimum requirements for the position have been met.

Lecturer: (Module Coordinator): School of Information Technology (Centurion Campus)

STADIO (Pty) Ltd is inviting applications for the position of Lecture (Module Coordinator): School of Information Technology on our Centurion Campus.

 

Key Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Preparation/updating (including module; review)/authoring/coordination of new and existing material (including lesson plans and teaching materials)

  • Maintain the core VLE environment (including student surveys) for the module to ensure parity of content and offering across sites of delivery

  • Preparing/finalising all the assessments for the module

  • Drafting the assessment strategy (in consultation with the Lecturers Forum) and maintaining the Assessment Guideline document

  • Conducting or arranging internal moderation – pre- and post – of all assessments

  • Managing the external moderation process (pre- and post-assessment)

  • Quality assurance of the module content and offering

  • Action module-specific outcomes from student surveys

  • First-level sign-off of the marks for the module and presentation to next level

  • Conduct success and throughput analysis for the module

  • Promoting industry liaison for the module

  • Finalising the academic calendar for the module

  • Setting the criteria for RPL approval

  • Quality assurance of the module content and offering

  • Student support and success (Managing at-risk students) – Keep record of at-risk students

 

Minimum Requirements:

  • Specialisation in Mobile Application Development

  • OR Specialisation in Information Systems

  • OR Specialisation in Web development

 

Qualifications:

  • Honours degree and/or relevant qualification on an NQF8 level with IT knowledge

  • A qualification at a Master’s Degree level (NQF9) would be advantageous

 

Key Attributes:

  • Sound knowledge of information systems in information technology and some basic web knowledge. This knowledge allows candidate to confidently explain concepts and processes to students

  • Basic knowledge in designing/implement software systems and processes into a business

  • Some knowledge in HTML, CSS & JavaScript

  • Knowledge in and understanding basic Java (including Object Oriented Programming) concepts with a great sense of logic

  • Knowledge in and understanding basic Java to develop Mobile Applications in Android

  • Knowledge in understanding and setting up websites using Content Management Systems such as WordPress

  • Engaging with students - serves as a facilitator of learning, providing students with the knowledge and tools to solve problems and then encouraging students to solve them on their own

  • Good motivator - inspire a love of curiosity and understanding in students

  • Good team player and communicator

  • Constantly learning to update own knowledge base - learn, reflect, and improve own practice by self-reflection

  • Caring for students that struggle with difficult concepts

  • Teaching strategies specific for Higher Certificate students - adjust teaching strategies to reflect the learning styles of individual students or the class

 

Assumption Date: January 2023

Closing date for applications: 28 November 2022

 

Candidates wishing to apply for the position are requested to submit the following documentation, to [email protected]

Please use the reference: Title of position ITLECT/CENC4

  1. A letter of application and motivation, concisely detailing individual suitability for the position
  2. A concise Curriculum Vitae with no attachments

If you have not been contacted 2 weeks after the closing date of this advertisement, please consider your application as unsuccessful. Correspondence will only be limited to short-listed candidates.

All applications will be treated as highly confidential. STADIO reserves the right to not fill this position.

Team Leader Applications & Registrations (Randburg Campus)

STADIO Higher Education is inviting applications for the position of Team Leader Applications & Registrations on our Randburg Campus.

 

Purpose

The role is responsible for the student administration and support function on both campuses(Hatfield & Randburg) with regards to Applications and Registrations.  While standards, policies, procedures, and processes will be developed centrally by the Registrar, implementation takes place on the campuses.  This role will report functionally and operationally to the Deputy Registrar on the campus. Service delivery and operational excellence are critical pillars of STADIO’s academic and business model, and this function is key to these values.

 

Role

  • Oversee and drive the daily student application (CRM) and registration (SIMS) processes on the campus i.e. online applications, on campus registration days, campus access, student cards, student material, etc

  • Responsible for creating calendar events on SIMS to allow for attendance capturing

  • Be responsible for the efficient turnaround times on all student applications including special request applications as well as RPL and CAT applications

  • Ensure that all registered students are successfully enrolled on their Canvas courses

  • Responsible for the management and housekeeping of student documentation and the verification process

  • Analyse queries, complaints and support request data, relating to the application and registrations process on the campus, in liaison with HOC and DR, in order to improve the student experience on the campus

  • Report to the DR on daily application and registration numbers, backlogs, and resource requirements

  • Capture student attendance on SIMS

  • Red-flagging attendance and non-submissions

 

Qualifications and Experience required

  • Diploma or Certificate in Business management and Admin

 

Knowledge required

  • Knowledge of the admission criteria

  • Knowledge Student administration processes and systems

  • Knowledge of student management information system

  • Knowledge of customer relationship management systems

  • Knowledge of learner management systems

  • Knowledge of Legislation pertaining to personal information, consumer protection, information systems and technology, and information

  • An understanding of Tertiary Education administrative processes is required

 

Skills and Abilities required:

  • Energy and ability to drive and motivate

  • Management skills

  • Team player with excellent interpersonal skills

  • Ability to apply ethical judgement

  • Ability to plan and organize in a complex, multi-campus, multi-mode environment

  • Dealing with multiple stakeholders

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Administrative and customer service skills

  • High attention to detail and the ability to multi-task

  • Advanced computer skills

  • Problem-solving skills

 

Assumption Date: 1 December 2022

Closing date for applications: 28 November 2022

 

Applications: Candidates wishing to apply for the position are requested to submit the following documentation, using the position title as a reference, to: [email protected]

  1. A letter of application and motivation, concisely detailing individual suitability for the position
  2. A concise Curriculum Vitae with no attachments

All applications will be treated as highly confidential.

This position will be filled following the STADIO employment equity plan.

If you have not been contacted 2 weeks after the closing date of this advertisement, please consider your application as unsuccessful. Correspondence will only be limited to short-listed candidates.

Contract School-Based Teaching Practice Assessor - National (CL)

Background

The School-Based Teaching Practice Assessor will take responsibility for the assessment of formal lesson planning and presentation in schools for students registered in the Bachelor of Education Foundation Phase Teaching degree (B.Ed FP) distance learning programme.

 

Key Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Completing formal lesson assessments (planning and presentation) in foundation phase and intermediate phase classrooms in the teaching practice schools for allocated students

  • Completing the provided institutional lesson assessment forms on students’ lesson planning and the presentations in the classroom

  • Providing constructive and detailed feedback to students on their lesson planning and presentation (verbal and written formats)

  • Planning and administrating timeous teaching practice visits to students for formal lesson assessments.

  • Providing support to students to ensure the successful completion of formal lesson assessments

  • Meeting with the school principal and/or mentor teacher of the allocated student before or after lessons assessments in the school on the progress of the student

  • Attending online training sessions on formal lesson assessments in schools and assessment of the digital Portfolio of Evidence

  • Assessing the digital teaching practice Portfolio of Evidence of allocated students on the institutional learning management system

  • Informing STADIO School of Education of progress and/or challenges during the assessment process

  • Fulfilling all reasonably expected academic and administrative functions relating to the post as required by the relevant Module Co-ordinator/Discipline Leader - Teaching Practice/TP Administrator/ Academic Manager

 

Minimum Requirements | Qualifications:

or

  • A completed B.Ed degree or initial degree and PGCE (NQF Level 7) or equivalent and at least 15 years of prior experience as a teacher in the relevant phase

  • Must have a computer and internet access for email communications and completion of online institutional forms

  • Must have reliable transport to travel to schools

  • Must attend an online training session before the commencement of assessments in schools

 

Key Attributes:

  • Must be able to visit schools within school hours

  • Must comprehensively understand the CAPS or other relevant curriculum documents for SA schools

  • Must have excellent interpersonal skills

  • Must be proficient in foundation and/or intermediate phase teaching

  • Must have sound knowledge of the various 21st Century teaching and learning skills

  • Must have excellent time management skills

  • Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Must present themselves professionally with honesty, integrity and maintain confidentiality

 

Assumption Date: February 2023

Closing date for applications: 30 November 2022

 

Candidates wishing to apply for the position are requested to submit the following documentation, to [email protected]

Please use the reference: Title of position TPASSESSOR/NATCL2

  1. A letter of application and motivation, concisely detailing individual suitability for the position
  2. A concise Curriculum Vitae with no attachments

I£ you have not been contacted 2 weeks after the closing date of this advertisement, please consider your application as unsuccessful. Correspondence will only be limited to short-listed candidates.

All applications will be treated as highly confidential. STADIO reserves the right to not fill this position.

Contract School-Based Teaching Practice Assessor - National (DL)

Background

The School-Based Teaching Practice Assessor will take responsibility for the assessment of formal lesson planning and presentation in schools for students registered in the Bachelor of Education Foundation Phase Teaching degree (B.Ed FP) distance learning programme.

 

Key Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Completing one formal lesson assessment (planning and presentation) in the foundation phase in the teaching practice school per allocated student

  • Completing the provided institutional lesson assessment form on students’ lesson planning and the presentation in the classroom

  • Providing constructive and detailed feedback to students on their lesson planning and presentation (verbal and written formats)

  • Planning and administrating timeous teaching practice visits to students for formal lesson assessments

  • Providing support to students to ensure the successful completion of formal lesson assessments

  • Meeting with the school principal and/or mentor teacher of the allocated student before or after lessons assessments in the school on the progress of the student

  • Attending online training sessions on formal lesson assessments in schools and assessment of the digital Portfolio of Evidence

  • Assess the digital teaching practice Portfolio of Evidence of allocated students on the institutional learning management system

  • Informing STADIO School of Education of progress and/or challenges during the assessment process

  • Fulfilling all reasonably expected academic and administrative functions relating to the post as required by the relevant Module Co-ordinator/Discipline Leader - Teaching Practice/WIL Manager/ Academic Manager

 

Minimum Requirements | Qualifications:

  • Must have a completed relevant B.Ed degree or initial degree with the PGCE (NQF level 7) as well as a B.Ed Hons degree (NQF level 8) with at least five years of prior experience as a teacher in the foundation phase, or

  • A completed B.Ed degree or initial degree and PGCE (NQF Level 7) or equivalent and at least 15 years of prior experience as a teacher in the foundation phase

  • Must have a computer and internet access for email communications and completion of online institutional forms

  • Must have reliable transport to travel to schools

  • Must attend an online training session before the commencement of assessments in schools

 

Key Attributes:

  • Must be able to visit schools within school hours

  • Must comprehensively understand the CAPS or other relevant curriculum documents for SA schools

  • Must have excellent interpersonal skills

  • Must be proficient in foundation phase teaching

  • Must have sound knowledge of the various 21st Century teaching and learning skills

  • Must have excellent time management skills

  • Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Must present themselves professionally with honesty, integrity and maintain confidentiality

 

Assumption Date: February 2023

Closing date for applications: 30 November 2022

 

Candidates wishing to apply for the position are requested to submit the following documentation, to [email protected]

Please use the reference: Title of position TPASSESSOR/NATDL1

  1. A letter of application and motivation, concisely detailing individual suitability for the position
  2. A concise Curriculum Vitae with no attachments

If you have not been contacted 2 weeks after the closing date of this advertisement, please consider your application as unsuccessful. Correspondence will only be limited to short-listed candidates.

All applications will be treated as highly confidential. STADIO reserves the right to not fill this position.

Accounting Lecturer: School of Administration and Management (Krugersdorp Campus)

STADIO (Pty) Ltd is inviting applications for the position of Lecturer, to provide teaching and learning to students in the field of Accounting on our Krugersdorp Campus.

 

Key Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Lecturing accounting at diploma and degree levels

  • Perform Programme Co-ordinator responsibilities

  • Preparation and assessment of formative and summative assessments

  • Conducting internal moderation

  • Development of study material

  • Academic administration and other delegated duties

  • Academic leadership

  • Research

  • Participation in the coordination and management of modules

 

Minimum Requirements | Qualifications:

  • Minimum of a South African qualification in Accounting at post-graduate level

  • Proven expertise in the field of Accounting

 

Applicants should preferably have:

  • Relevant teaching experience in higher education

  • Functional knowledge of the Canvas online Learning Management System would be advantageous

  • Functional knowledge of databases such as Sabinet and EBSCOhost

  • Basic research record

 

Key Attributes:

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

  • Good verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills

  • Presentation and facilitation skills

  • Computer literacy and e-learning skills

  • Planning and organisational skills

  • Time management skills.

  • Knowledge and skills in the relevant field, learning and teaching, research, community engagement and academic leadership

  • Willingness to expand knowledge in the field of accounting and to teach in more than one field of accounting

  • Willingness to work after hours

  • Willingness to work across different modes of teaching and learning

 

Assumption Date: 1 January 2023

Closing date for applications: 4 December 2022

 

Suitably qualified and experienced applicants are invited to submit their application and CV per email to [email protected]

In terms of the Company policy for appointments and promotions, preference will be given to candidates who will enhance the diversity of the team and contribute to employment equity within the Company, provided that the competencies and minimum requirements for the position have been met.

All applications will be treated as highly confidential. STADIO Higher Education reserves the right to not fill this position.

Should you not hear from STADIO within 2 weeks of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.

Lecturer (Module Coordinator) x 2 (Bellville Campus)

STADIO (Pty) Ltd is inviting applications for the fixed term position of Lecturer (Module Coordinator) x2 on our Bellville Campus.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Preparation/updating (including module; review)/authoring/coordination of new and existing material (including lesson plans and teaching materials)

  • Maintain the core VLE environment (including student surveys) for the module to ensure parity of content and offering across sites of delivery

  • Preparing/finalising all the assessments for the module

  • Drafting the assessment strategy (in consultation with the Lecturers Forum) and maintaining the Assessment Guideline document

  • Conducting or arranging internal moderation – pre- and post – of all assessments.

  • Managing the external moderation process (pre- and post-assessment)

  • Quality assurance of the module content and offering

  • Action module-specific outcomes from student surveys

  • First-level sign-off of the marks for the module and presentation to next level

  • Conduct success and throughput analysis for the module

  • Promoting industry liaison for the module

  • Finalising the academic calendar for the module

  • Setting the criteria for RPL approval

  • Quality assurance of the module content and offering

  • Student support and success (Managing at-risk students) – Keep record of at-risk students

 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
 

Specialisation in Mobile Application Development

OR Specialisation in Information Systems

OR Specialisation in Web development

 

KEY ATTRIBUTES:
 

Honours degree and/or relevant qualification on an NQF8 level with IT knowledge

A qualification at a master’s degree level (NQF9) would be advantageous

 

Assumption Date: January 2023

Closing date for applications: 02 December 2022

 

Applications: Candidates wishing to apply for the position of  Lecturer (Module Coordinator) (BELC4/5) are required to:

  1. Submit a letter of motivation, concisely detailing interest in and individual suitability for the position.
  2. Submit a one-page CV without attachments
  3. Clearly indicate which position they are applying for in the motivation letter.
  4. Please note that:
  • Applications must be submitted by email to [email protected]
  • All applications will be treated in confidence.

In terms of the Company policy for appointments and promotions, preference will be given to candidates who will enhance the diversity of the team and contribute to employment equity within the Company provided that the competencies and minimum requirements for the position have been met.