Early Career Fellow/Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour/HRM

University of Stirling - Stirling Management School

Post Details

Location: Stirling Campus                             
Salary: Grade 7 £32,004 - £38,183 p.a. / Grade 8: £39,324 - £46,924 p.a.                     

The Post

Stirling Management School offers a creative and inspirational environment for all staff. We are seeking to appoint an Early Career Fellow/Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour/HRM.

We are looking for outstanding academics with a growing international research profile and a passion for, and experience of, innovative teaching in the area of organisational behaviour/ HRM. The post offers exciting and motivating prospects for the right candidate as the School operates a transparent workload model that recognises all teaching and academic administrative activities and protects 40% research time (60% for early career fellows).

The University operates a form of devolved financial system so resources flow to the Management School and the Management, Work and Organisation Division according to recruitment and needs. Computing and teaching facilities are excellent, as is the newly refurbished library. Staff are strongly encouraged and supported to attend conferences, and to network internationally. Workloads are comparatively light within the semester though there is requirement for supervision of dissertations and projects across the year. A University research leave scheme allows focused time for specific research projects.

Description of Duties

The main duties associated with this post are as follows:

  • Deliver research of top quality and publish in internationally recognised journals in the area of Organisational Behaviour, People and Organisations, HRM, Work and Employment.
  • Provide innovate teaching and course leadership inputs in the areas of Organisational Behaviour, HRM and Work and Employment across a range of postgraduate and undergraduate programmes.
  • Apply for external research funding and build collaborative and interdisciplinary research teams.
  • Contribute to the overall success of the operation and growth of the School.
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