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Lecturer in Strategic Management Closing Date 07 Mar 2013

Friday, February 1st, 2013

The Management School seeks to create an environment in which all staff can develop their research interests through
national and international collaboration, links with industry and commerce, conference attendance and seminar series.
Promoting synergy between research and teaching is also a key objective.

We are looking to appoint a research-active Lecturer with an ability to teach Strategic Management. You will take a
pro-active role in enhancing the Management School’s reputation for high quality and innovative teaching and research.
Applications are therefore invited from candidates capable of delivering (i) first class research which combines theoretical
sophistication with practical relevance, and (ii) an excellent student experience at both undergraduate and postgraduate
level.

You will hold a PhD in a relevant area (or have equivalent experience), will have teaching experience and evidence of the
ability to produce high quality research publications, and have a demonstrable interest in developing teaching and research

Apply

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Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Management Closing Date: 30 July 2012

Monday, July 2nd, 2012

We are looking for a research-active Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in any area of management, but would be particularly interested in candidates with expertise in the following areas: Management and Organisation Theory, Change Management, Statistics and Quantitative Methods, Project Management, Corporate Social Responsibility, Operations Management and Management Information Systems.

The successful applicant will take a pro-active role in enhancing the Management School’s reputation for high quality and innovative teaching and research. Applications are therefore invited from candidates capable of delivering first class research and an excellent student experience at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Applicants will hold a PhD in a relevant area (or have equivalent experience), will have teaching experience and evidence of the ability to produce high quality research publications, and have a demonstrable interest in developing teaching and research.

Additionally, applicants for the post of Senior Lecturer will have a strong track record in teaching and academic supervision, as well as an international research profile and a successful record of identifying and capturing peer-reviewed funding. A strong background in the development and improvement of teaching and research practice is also required.

More about the job(s) and how to apply