The responsibilities of a Lecturer are as follows:
i. Teaching and evaluation of undergraduate and postgraduate students ii. Setting, moderating, administering, processing and marking examinations iii. Advising and mentoring undergraduate and postgraduate students on academic matters iv. Articulating the Vision and Mission of the University, Department and the Faculty v. Initiating, planning and conducting research vi. Developing teaching and learning materials vii. Supervising undergraduate and postgraduate students in research activities. viii. Developing research proposals for funding ix. Participating in conferences related to research and building inter-disciplinary collaboration within and outside the department x. Participating in preparation of Departmental and Faculty strategic plans xi. Organizing and supervising educational activities for undergraduate and postgraduate students xii. Attending and participating in seminars, workshops, conferences, in relevant fields xiii. Participating in administrative, academic and consultancy activities in the Department and other organizations xiv. Participating in planning, development, implementation and evaluation of curricula in the Department xv. Attending and participating in the Departmental meetings and other activities for effective and efficient management of the Department and Faculty xvi. Performing any other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned or delegated by the Head of Department, Dean of Faculty or other Chief Officers of the University in accordance with the University Statutes
i. Must have an earned Ph.D. degree in the relevant area or its equivalent from a recognized academic institution
ii. Must have a Masters degree in the Relevant Specialization from a recognized academic institution iii. Must have at least three (3) years of teaching or research experience at University level after obtaining a Masters degree iv. Must have at least 24 publication points of which 16 should be from two (2) publications in refereed journals or one (1) book or 2 (two) book chapters in relevant areas.
i. Must have a Doctorate degree in Medicine or equivalent qualification from a recognized/accredited academic institution; and be registered or registerable with the relevant professional body (where applicable)
ii. Must be a holder of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) iii. Must be a holder of Master of Medicine in Anatomic Pathology or its equivalent iv. The holder must be duly registered by KMPDC (Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Council) or the equivalent in the EAC countries and hold a retention certificate of the KMPDC. v. Teaching experience and research in a medical school will be an added advantage.