Different ways to work as a lecturer or professor at Arrupe College
Arrupe Jesuit University is constantly searching for inspirational, highly motivated, academically inclined and spiritually grounded individuals to teach in our programs. There are three different categories of faculty members. (1) Jesuits from all over the world, and most especially from within Africa who are highly trained in philosophies, humanities, ICT, English, Portuguese, Latin, French, Kiswahili, political science, Law and human rights, business administration, Islamic studies and so on. We welcome Jesuits who would like to spend their sabbatical months or years teaching in our program. (2) Members of religious congregations who are trained in various fields who would like to contribute to our academic programs. (3) Anyone, irrespective of religious or political affiliation who is motivated to work in our program.
JOB VACANCY: THE KARIMA PROJECT: Social Science Researcher.
On July 12 1975 Rhodesian security forces pretending to be guerrillas surrounded a village called Karima near Mount Darwin in what is now Mashonaland Central. In the ensuing massacre 23 men, women and children were killed. The Catholic Justice and Peace Commission ensured that the Karima massacre raised international awareness of the violence being levelled against civilians in the Liberation War. More than forty years later the Centre for African Studies at Arrupe Jesuit University is sponsoring a research project in which the researcher will record how the massacre is recalled and what effects it had and continues to have on those who survived.
The person to conduct this research should speak Shona as a first language and preferably be familiar with the area. He or she will need to establish a relationship of trust with survivors of the massacre and show the tact necessary to enable informants to recover memories that are still painful. He or she should have proven ability to conduct field research and the capability of writing up the findings of such research. We anticipate that the initial research should last for 4 months and should begin October 2018. The Centre will meet the costs that the research work involves and the researcher will receive an honorarium for the 4 months during which he or she is involved in the project.
Persons who would like to be considered for this project should send their applications and their cvs to Professor Anthony Chennells, Centre for African Studies, Arrupe Jesuit University, Harare, email firstname.lastname@example.org These should be sent before Friday 17 September 2018.
JOB VACANCY: Registered Nurse
ADVERT: LOCUM NURSE NEEDED
Arrupe Jesuit University (AJU), a Roman Catholic Church institution, is looking for a Locum nurse to offer medical services to our students and staff on part-time basis.
- be a qualified registered general nurse, with at least five years experience;
- have a current practicing certificate;
- have counselling and sexual reproductive health skills;
- be available on-call basis for emergencies.
The AJU students clinic is a university internal facility to cater for regular health issues of students and staff.
The successful applicant shall work with other medical specialists (doctors, counsellors, physiotherapists etc.) as and when necessary.
The successful applicant shall also assist AJU in managing students’ medical scheme and/or medical aid for staff.
Applications should reach AJU no later than 23rd August 2018.
Applications should be submitted to the Rector at email@example.com
16 Link Road, Mt Pleasant, Harare.
Different ways to work in Administration
In AC, there are always possibilities of working in administration. We are always searching for highly trained individuals in university administration, accounting, business management, library science. We also accept volunteers or those in Industrial Attachments in different areas of our administration.
Ways you can serve in our program
We welcome lecturers and professors from all over the world who would like to spend their sabbatical months or years in our program. Again, we welcome volunteers from all over the world who would like to help in any of our programs. Contact us for details.