Job Details

  • Reference number: RefUnit 315
  • Province: Free State
  • Type of engagement: Permanent appointment
  • Posted: February 24th
  • Remuneration package: Minimum salary scale (Total Cost to Company) R654 176 per annum Salary Scales for 2023 to be determined

Background to Position


Department of Clinical Sciences

Ref 315


To develop academic material and lecture in allocated subjects for own and other programmes and to execute appropriate community projectsubject field(s)

Job Description


  1. Teaching, learning & assessment
  2. Student evaluation
  3. Research
  4. Administration
  5. Control and organisation
  6. Community service

Subject Fields:

Radiation Physics │ Research Supervision

Note:  This post is part of the “New Generation of Academics”- programme (nGAP) of the “Staffing South Africa’s Universities Framework” (SSAUF)

Note: CUT applies an internal parity model to determine remuneration that complies with the principle of “equal pay for work of equal value”. Accordingly, the preferred candidate may expect an offer that is in line with their qualifications and years of similar experience. Please contact the Recruitment office for more information on the applicable salary scale. 

Inherent Criteria

Minimum Qualification, Knowledge and/or Experience:

  • A relevant Master’s-level degree (i.e. M Tech/MSc/NQF 9 or equivalent) in Medical Physics
  • An average of 70% or above in the highest degree
  • At least two years’ teaching/lecturing/industry experience relevant to the subject fields

Desired Qualification, Knowledge and/or Experience:

  • A PhD or evidence of progress towards a Doctorate degree 
  • Any acknowledged publication, research, innovation or creative output

Application Requirement

Job-Related Enquiries:   Dr J du Plessis,

Closing date:  10 March 2023

Remuneration, Benefits and Process Enquiries:  Recruitment Office

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About Central University of Technology, Free State

Central University of Technology, Free State or CUT is a University of Technology in Bloemfontein in the Free State province of South Africa. It was established in 1981 as "Technikon Free State".