Job Details

  • Reference number: LSW20/247/0823
  • Province: Western Cape
  • Type of engagement: Permanent appointment
  • Posted: September 20th

Background to Position

Stellenbosch University

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Centre for Research on Evaluation, Science and Technology (CREST)

Lecturer: Monitoring and Evaluation

Ref. LSW20/247/0823

The Centre for Research on Evaluation, Science and Technology (CREST) hosts dynamic teaching programmes in Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) with extensive local and international networks.

For more information visit the departmental website at

Job Description


  • Teaching in the postgraduate diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation (PGD ME) and MPhil in Monitoring and Evaluation (MME);
  • Developing and evaluating course materials;
  • Supervision of postgraduate students in the M&E programmes;
  • Active participation in all departmental activities and research projects;
  • Interaction with the evaluation community. 

Inherent Criteria


  • Master's degree in Monitoring and Evaluation;
  • A strong and growing academic research and teaching record with at least two years' of lecturing experience;
  • Demonstrated publication record;
  • Demonstrated administrative and computer skills;
  • Excellent communication and language skills in English;
  • The ability to maintain good interpersonal relations and to work in a team.


  • A demonstrated record of supervision at Master's level;
  • Previous work experience in the evaluation field;
  • Participation in, and development of, local and international research networks.

Application Requirement

Enquiries regarding this post:  Prof Johann Mouton on 021 808 2393, or at, or Marthie van Niekerk on 021 808 3708, or at

Enquiries regarding remuneration/benefits, as well as technical assistance with the electronic application process: Human Resources Client Services Centre on 021 808 2753, or at

Commencement Date: 1 January 2024

Closing Date: 26 September 2023

The University is committed to employment equity (EE), and appointments will be made in line with the EE plan for the specific environment as well as the institutional EE Plan of Stellenbosch University.

The University reserves the right not to make an appointment.


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About Stellenbosch University

Stellenbosch University (SU) is home to an academic community of 29 000 students (including 4 000 foreign students from 100 countries) as well as 3 000 permanent staff members (including 1 000 academics) on five campuses. ​The historical oak-lined university town amongst the Boland Mountains in the winelands of the Western Cape creates a unique campus atmosphere, which attracts local and foreign students alike. On the main campus, paved walkways wind between campus buildings – some dating from previous centuries; others just a few years old. Architecture from various eras attests to the sound academic foundation and establishment of an institution of excellence. This, together with the scenic beauty of the area; state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly facilities and technology, as well as visionary thinking about the creation of a sustainable 21st-century institution, makes for the unique character of Stellenbosch University.