Lecturer in Marketing and/or Retailing (2 posts)

Loughborough University - School of Business and Economics

The School of Business & Economics at Loughborough University is a leading international player in research and teaching across business, management, finance and economics. Consistently rated as one of the UK's top-ten universities for business and management in national league tables, Loughborough is also one of an international elite group of institutions to have both EQUIS accreditation for its Business and Management activities and an AMBA-accredited MBA, along with AACSB accreditation. The School is a vibrant, challenging and highly respected institution, which operates at the cutting edge of academic research.

We are looking recruit two Lecturers in Marketing, who can contribute to our existing research profile in the strategic marketing, international marketing, sales management, services marketing, retailing, and/or consumer behaviour domains, and can deliver marketing modules across our range of taught programmes. All applications are welcome, especially those from individuals demonstrating fit with the Marketing and Retailing Discipline Group members. Applicants should hold a PhD in marketing or be close to completion, and should have experience of publishing research output at an internationally recognised level. Applicants should also be able to demonstrate their experience of teaching across the range of marketing topics.

Interviews will take place on 28th November 2016.

Curriculum Vitae will only be accepted if accompanied by a completed University application form.

Information enquires should be directed to:
Professor Anne Souchon
Head of Marketing and Retailing Discipline Group
Email: A.L.Souchon@lboro.ac.uk
Tel: 01509 228832

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