Financial, Economic and Legal Aspects for Strategic Brand Management Lecturer - Independent Contractor (July 2017 to December 2017) - FELASBM-PTA
Applications accepted until:
Number of Openings

Campus/Business Unit:

Vega School - Pretoria Campus

Direct Reporting Line:

Vice Principal - Teaching & Learning

Job Purpose:

Lecturing and marking on the module Financial, Economic and Legal Aspects for Strategic Brand Management.


Masters in Commerce (NQF level 9) in Finance/Economics with Honours in Finance/Economics and in 1st - 3rd yr in undergrad, with business law (or equivalent) and marketing included as a module in undergrad qualification.

Masters (NQF level 9) in Financial Management €“ with Hons in Accounting/Finance/Economics/MBA, and undergrad degree with 1st - 3rd yr OR degree Economics, Marketing and Accounting/Finance or a similarly related field (e.g. entrepreneurship, management, marketing, economics or business management).

Work Experience:

Industry experience in brand management, marketing research and legal factors in brand management, emerging markets and/or corporate governance.

Key Performance Area:

Deliver the module in such a manner as to achieve the stated subject outcomes within the assigned contact hours.

The assessment of student work within the stipulated marking and moderation cycle and provide constructive feedback to students and reporting any students concerns to the Student Relations Co-ordinator.

Class preparation and development of lesson plans in a constructivist learning approach.

Proactively participates in Vega events, such as Open Days, Graduation and others.

Arrange for the appropriate guest lecturer to support application to the world of work.

Operate in line with The Independent Institute of Education's (The IIE) policies.

Working Conditions:

  • Campus Environment

Equity Statement:

  • Preferably equity candidate.


Please note that ONLY candidates who meet the requirements will be considered for this role. Only successful candidates will be contacted within two weeks of applying. If you have not heard from us within two weeks of applying consider your application unsuccessful.