National University of Lesotho (NUL) Recruitment 2023
The National University of Lesotho (NUL) invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the following posts:
|POST NO.||POSITION||DEPARTMENT / FACULTY||DEADLINE|
|Post No. 0976||Senior Lecturer||Nursing / Health Sciences||28th July 2023|
|1921 (Re-advert)||Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Sociology||Sociology & Social Work / Social Sciences||21st June, 2023|
|Post. No 2160||Laboratory Technician||Biology / Science & Technology||23rd July 2023|
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In your application letter, include the names and contact details of your three (3) referees
Please combine covering letter, CV, certificates and email them as one PDF document. Allapplications should be emailed to email@example.com and addressed to:
Director – Human Resources
National University of Lesotho
Roma 180 – Lesotho
For full job description please refer to NUL Website: www.nul.ls or visit our HR Office at Roma for a hard copy. Please quote the post number you are applying for.
For further clarifications call +266 22340247 or +266 22340601 ext 3842/3844.
The origins of the National University of Lesotho go back to April 8, 1945, when a Catholic University College was founded at Roma by the Roman Catholic Hierarchy of Southern Africa. The establishment of this College was a realization of a decision taken in 1938 by the Synod of Catholic Bishops in South Africa to provide African Catholic students with post-matriculation and religious guidance.
The Catholic University College was founded in an isolated valley 34 kilometers from Maseru in a temporary primary school building at Roma Mission.
In 1946 the College moved from the temporary building to the present site. This was made possible by the allocation of some 52 acres of land to the College by the Paramount Chief. In 1950, the Catholic University College was ceded to the Congregation of Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI).