Lecturer in Information Management

University of Leeds - Faculty of Business

Are you an academic with proven abilities to carry out teaching and research in information management and related topics? Do you have an excellent research record and proven success obtaining funding? Are you passionate about delivering an exceptional student experience in a research-intensive Russell Group University?

As Lecturer, you will carry out research, teaching and management within the Management division and contribute to academic leadership in the field of business with specific emphasis on information management.

You will be joining the highly active Adaptation Information Management and Technology (AIMTech) Research Group. Your teaching responsibilities will fall with the Logistics, Information, Operations and Networks (LION) Subject Group of the Management Division of Leeds University Business School.

The group’s work is focused on the inter-relationship between new technologies, information management and organisational change. A prominent component of AIMTech’s activities is the on-going transfer of knowledge to both the public and the private sectors in areas which include public safety, local government and health. Work within the group is informed by Activity Theory, the use and development of which forms theoretical bedrock for most of our projects. The Logistics, Information, Operations and Networks Subject Group, part of the School’s Management Division, was established to advance operations, supply chain management and information management theories and practices.

To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact:

Professor David Allen

Tel: +44 (0)113 343 7015, email: da2@lubs.leeds.ac.uk

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