Academic opportunities within the School of Management
The School of Management is entering an exciting, expansive, period of development. We are seeking internationally renowned candidates to help us fulfil our new vision under the leadership of Professor Marc Clement and a highly energised Senior Management Team.
Based in a state of the art building on a new seafront campus, the School has an international reputation for excellence in research and teaching, which is reflected by the successful REF2014 result. In REF2014, the School achieved an overall GPA of 2.93, positioning it the top 30 (out of 102 submissions) amongst UK Business Schools.
Building on the success of REF2014, the School of Management is now seeking to make up to seven professorial level appointments in order to provide strong academic leadership and a supportive environment to junior colleagues, as well as to execute the School’s vision regarding teaching, research, and international esteem.
The School is pleased to invite applications for these appointments from outstanding academic leaders. The successful applicants will play a pivotal role in providing further strength towards developing the School as a leading place for education and research in the areas of business, management and economics. Applications are invited from the following areas corresponding to four academic sections of the school:
Applicants should have a well-developed and sustained high quality publication record, track record of successful external research grant applications, successful and sustained PGR supervision record, well established international esteem, and evidence of providing leadership for research relating to one of the major research areas of the School. Successful candidates will be expected to contribute strongly to all core areas of the school - research, teaching, and academic leadership
* All areas of specialism within the broader management and systems domains are welcome, including big data, business analytics, entrepreneurship, innovation, HRM/organisational behaviour, and operations & supply chain management