SAE Institute Johannesburg is looking for a committed lecturer in the area of Games development and Interactive media creation. The post requires impeccability in every aspect of the qualification’s academic integrity, student support, academic content development, evaluation, moderation, assessment of learning as well as supporting SAE Institute’s vision and mission.


• Facilitation in accordance with the learning outcomes as set for the SAE Games programme, with a focus on practical application, theoretical frameworks, workflow and technique.
• Mentor students, conduct consultations and facilitate learning opportunities.
• Research relevant content in order to develop learning material and lesson plans.
• Evaluation, moderation, invigilation and assessment of learning.
• Keep accurate records of evidence (e.g. attendance, assessment results).
• Adhere to SAE policies and procedures.
• Other duties as assigned by the HOD.

Experience, Education and Competency:

• Minimum NQF Level 8 qualification (BA Honours) in relevant field
• Substantial experience in the field of games development and design of a minimum of 2 years.
• Classroom management and workshop facilitation skills: A minimum of 2 years’ recent experience in an academic or training environment preferred.
• Must be knowledgeable about interactive media practices.
• Must have a solid grounding in C# programming.
• Must have solid experience of the Unity gaming engine.
• Demonstrate knowledge and experience in the Adobe software suite, such as Photoshop, Illustrator and After Effects
• Must have experience in 3D and 2D workflows and games asset creation.
• Must have a body of work that demonstrates competency in modelling, game development and game asset creation.
• Be able to execute and facilitate the normal day-to-day demands of lecturing, lesson planning, delivery, develop and conduct appropriate practical and theoretical assessments, as well as teaching and learning materials pertinent to modules, administration, student support and review.
• Possess outstanding communication, interpersonal skills, administration skills, be highly organised and possess good time management skills.
• Collaborative and willing to work with fellow lecturers and the HOD to support students.
• Must have rights to live and work in South Africa.

Please submit your resume, online portfolio and a cover letter indicating the reasons for your interest in this position to by 12th February or apply on Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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