VC2020 Lecturer in HR Management/Organisational Behaviour

De Montfort University - HR Management

Grade F: £33,518 - £47,722 per year

Here at De Montfort University, our success is down to the professionalism, creativity and aspiration of our talented academics. It means we’ve already achieved worldwide acclaim, and have been awarded Gold under the Teaching Excellence Framework. But now we want to go even further. By investing £130 million, we’ll deliver even more innovative research facilities and create inspirational learning environments. But our ambitions will rely on academics who are just as ambitious. People like you.

Our HRM departments is one of the largest in the country, and with internationally renowned experts, we’ve got a growing reputation for producing world-class graduates. Join us, and you’ll design and deliver modules in a creative and innovative way to ensure a positive student learning experience. Delivery will take place across a range of undergraduate, postgraduate, distance and blended distance learning programmes. Leading, developing, managing, teaching and assessing learning provision and engaging with a range of students and corporate clients will all be part of your busy remit.

With a PHD or equivalent qualification, you’ll bring us postdoctoral research experience using a range of research methods. You’ll also have a great track record of working independently and/or collaboratively with other researchers as part of multi-disciplinary teams and experience of lecturing/ researching OR significant experience of working in industry.

The Vice-Chancellor’s lectureships aim to enable individuals to grow and develop in their area of expertise in a fully supported teaching and research environment. Your position is uniquely endowed with a research allowance of 50% of your time/workload. We also have a lively research culture with frequent research seminars and workshops, a mentoring scheme, and Departmental and Faculty-wide resources for conference participation.

When you join, you’ll instantly become part of a vibrant and welcoming community. It means you’ll enjoy everything from generous annual leave and flexible hours, to NUS discount and health benefits. We’ll also support you from the very first day with a comprehensive induction programme. And with access to our Academic Professional Development site, you’ll continue to progress both personally, and professionally.  

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Closing date: 3rd November 2017

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