Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Consumer Behaviour

University of East Anglia - Norwich Business School

Faculty of Social Sciences

£40,523 to £46,924/£48,327 to £55,998 per annum

Norwich Business School is home to a vibrant and engaged academic community, ranked amongst the top 10 UK business schools by the quality of its research output (REF 2014), and intent on providing teaching excellence across its wide range of business and management degree programmes.

Building on its continuing success, the School is seeking to recruit an outstanding lecturer or senior lecturer in the general field of Consumer Behaviour with expertise in any respective sub-field including consumer research, consumer psychology, consumer marketing, and consumer economics.

The successful applicant will take an active role in developing international-level research, support enterprise and engagement activities, and contribute to teaching across a number of degrees.  There are also opportunities available to design, lead or contribute to new degrees, new short courses and consultancy projects.  

Senior lecturers must have a PhD or equivalent qualification and lecturers must have a PhD or equivalent qualification or be near to completion with submission and award within one year of commencement. Applicants must satisfy all the essential criteria detailed in the person specification. 

The post is available from 1 March 2017 on a full-time indefinite basis.

Closing date: 12 noon on 9 December 2016.

The University is piloting a new web recruitment system and this vacancy is being included as part of the pilot.  Your application should be submitted via web recruitment:


The University is a Bronze Athena Swan Award holder, currently working towards Silver.

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