We are committed to creating a supportive and intellectually stimulating working environment by building a team of diverse, energetic, empathetic and collaborative researchers, guided by responsive leadership.
At HUMA, we offer the opportunity to work in developing and intellectually stimulating Pan-African and Afropolitan space with
a dynamic team of diverse people;
a challenging job position with the opportunity to contribute to an important agenda and develop professionally; and
an opportunity to shape knowledge production in Africa and globally.
Researchers at HUMA are expected to:
Initiate new research projects and lead the execution of specific research projects/programmes
Work in an interdisciplinary environment and systematically share results with colleagues and the public
Engage in the Institute’s other activities such as planning and organising research seminars, workshops and conferences, policy dialogues, public engagements, publication and research dissemination activities, fund-raising and grant development, scholarship and fellowship programmes, teaching, mentorship and skills development, etc. within their areas of specialisation and expertise
Participate actively in the preparation of research projects/programmes, review of different applications within the area of their research, fundraising and grants management
Carry out other tasks and assignments, such as planning and facilitating academic networking
Carry out other duties as may be assigned by the HUMA Director
There are currently no openings.
For information about a career at the University of Cape Town (UCT), visit the UCT Staff Site