Lecturer (Compliance and Financial Management)

Western Cape, Full Time Deadline: Aug 25, 2023

Role Description
The successful candidate will be appointed as a lecturer for various module/subjects on the Occupational Qualification: Compliance Officer and Bachelor of Commerce: Financial Management qualifications.
Duties will include planning, co-ordination and implementation of scheduled activities; maintenance of learning material; delivery of teaching, learning and assessment; student support and communication; record-keeping and implementation of quality measures on allocated modules to ensure ongoing improvement.
Job Specification

Responsible for the effective co-ordination and implementation of scheduled module activities according to the semester calendar.
Responsible for maintenance and improvement of teaching material and assessment according to specified standards, policies and procedures.
Ongoing research and analysis to identify required updates and additions to allocated modules such as new legislation and new trends in financial or business management, compliance etc.
Responsible for delivery of quality online teaching, learning and assessment in the allocated modules according to specified standards, policies and procedures including but not limited to moderation of online discussions, delivery of online lectures/recorded sessions on specific course aspects e.g. examination preparation lectures, formative and summative assessment marking and timeous feedback to students
Receive, research, manage and respond timeously to student queries and student support requests.
Perform internal pre- and post-moderation on assessment instruments and course material where development is outsourced, or for other identified MBSE programmes where subject matter expertise allows.
Implement MBSE standards, policies and procedures for accurate record-keeping, moderation and communication of all student results.
Stakeholder management including liaising with clients, internal staff and management and external subject matter experts and moderators to ensure effective implementation of programme.
Provide information to assist with the implementation and maintenance of accreditation with various quality assurance bodies and professional bodies.


Module content research, design, development and moderation.
Assessment design, development, moderation and implementation.
Online facilitation and discussion forum moderation, communication, digital and computer literacy.
Planning, co-ordination, project management, reporting and record-keeping.
Student support and relationship management, effective and disciplined self-management, problem solving and creativity, critical thinking, and decision-making abilities.
Subject matter expertise in legislation relating to commerce and compliance, e.g. tax, contract law, AML, etc.


Legal/Commerce qualification at minimum NQF Level 8


3 years’ working experience in a compliance setting, or a Compliance Practitioner designation with the Compliance Institute of Southern Africa (CISA)
2 years’ working experience in higher education or similar training environment (preferred)

When submitting your application, please ensure to include the following:

Cover letter (please outline your interest and how you will be a good fit for this position)
Curriculum Vitae
Matric Certificate or Qualifications
Salary expectations
Notice period