University of Bradford, Faculty position

Faculty of Mgmt, Law and Social Sciences

School of Management

Salary:  per annum
Various dependent on grade
Post Type:  Full Time
Closing Date:  Friday 12 April 2019
Reference:  HR0074595

For over fifty years, the University of Bradford has been international leader in business research and management education. The School of Management is pioneer in developing new programmes and courses that reflect and anticipate the needs of employers and of society as a whole. The School of Management is part of an elite group of business schools worldwide possessing triple-crown accreditation from AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS.

The People, Organizations and Entrepreneurship (PO&E) Research Centre is an intellectually stimulating, creative and research-driven Centre that combines expertise in the areas of Human Resources Management, Organization Behaviour, Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship. In line with our growth strategy, we seek to appoint Lecturers and Senior Lecturers in the general fields of Human Resource Management / Organizational Behaviour (HRM-OB) to contribute to existing and new programmes as well as advance understanding in key areas of research. Appointments will be made in all areas but could include international HRM, leadership, entrepreneurship, organizational psychology, and well-being at work, among others, preferably with knowledge of relevant research methods.

We are looking for enthusiastic and highly motivated individuals who can make a significant contribution to the implementation of our research, teaching and learning strategy. The PO&E Centre has an international reputation in its key areas of research; members have published in 4-star ‘Journal of Distinction’ and 4-star journals, and have active research funding from the ESRC, British Academy, Leverhulme Trust, and NASA. Teaching duties will include contributing effectively to the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Management and in Human Resources Management which are accredited by the Chartered Institute of Professional Development (CIPD). You will also be expected to contribute to the Research degrees and be willing to develop and deliver digital-distance learning content on our FT ranked MBA programme.

Applicants must possess a Doctorate in a relevant field and for the HRM vacancies be CIPD and/or BPS (British Psychological Society) Occupational members, or at least have the qualifications to become members. They should also possess, along with significant teaching experience, an active research profile with a demonstrable research record with publications in 3 and/or 4* ABS-listed journals, preferably with a record of winning-in grant funds, collaborations with industrial partners, and professional service.Senior Lecturers will be expected to provide programme leadership and contribute to the design of innovative programmes within the School and Faculty and create knowledge through fundamental and applied research.

Informal enquiries should be directed to Prof. Neil Anderson, the Head of the People, Organizations and Entrepreneurship Research Centre (n.anderson@bradford.ac.uk).

To view full vacancy details and to apply please click on the links below:

Senior Lecturer in HRM (grade 9 /10 £42,036 – £58,089) – http://jobs.bradford.ac.uk/POEVAC1

Senior Lecture/ Lecturer in Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility  (grade 9 /10 £42,036 – £58,089) – http://jobs.bradford.ac.uk/POEVAC2

Lecturer in People, Organisation and Entrepreneurship (grade 8 /9 £35,211 – £48,677) – http://jobs.bradford.ac.uk/POEVAC3

Lecturer in Entrepreneurship – (grade 8 /9 £35,211 – £48,677) – http://jobs.bradford.ac.uk/POEVAC4

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