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Professor in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour

University of Southampton - HR Management and Organisational Behaviour

Location: Southampton
Salary: Competitive, salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience (Level 7)
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 24th January 2023
Closes: 19th February 2023
Job Ref: 2144223TR
 

Southampton Business School (SBS) is placed at the centre of the University of Southampton, a top 100 University in the world, ranked 78th (QS), and a founding member of the UK Russell Group Universities. SBS academics conduct cutting edge research and publish consistently in world-class journals. Research activity within SBS is coordinated through ten multidisciplinary research centres. Ranked in the top quartile of the research-intensive business schools in the UK, SBS has an ambitious growth plan, which includes investments in people and relocation to a state of art business building.

The Department of Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour

The Department of HRM and OB at SBS brings together a team of internationally renowned academics with teaching and research interests in the fields of human resource management and organisational behaviour, as well as in associated fields such as industrial/employment relations, employment studies, organisation studies, labour economics, and work sociology. The Department has a thriving undergraduate and postgraduate portfolio, built on the research strengths and expertise of its staff. We lead the MSc HRM programme and contribute to several other programmes offered by SBS.

Recent research topics of the Department’s members include alternative theorising of leadership, careers and skills, technologies and people, employee ethics, entrepreneurship and self-employment, ethics and accountability, future of work, human resource development, independent professionals, individual and organisational responses to hardship, labour market institutions and workplace trade unions, meaningful work, new ways of working, power in technological change programmes, strategic leadership and corporate governance, sustainability and CSR, work/non-work interface, work quality and well-being, and workforce diversity and inequalities. Members of the Department have published in leading academic outlets, such as the British Journal of Industrial Relations, British Journal of Management, Human Relations, and Human Resource Management Journal, among others.

About you

As Professor you will play a central role in leading the research agenda of the Department of HRM & OB. You will bring to the role a strong professional reputation, including a sustained record of world leading research published in top quality outlets. You will have experience in leading and winning major funding bids, setting up and managing the resources needed to deliver the research plan. You will act as a leader and ambassador for us across management, knowledge exchange/enterprise, or other engagement activities.

You will be an experienced educator with proven track record of high-quality teaching, able to lead in the development of education policy and practice and able to design and develop courses and programmes at all levels. You will be an experienced researcher able to supervise doctoral students (PhD and DBA programmes).

You will have a strong research vision and leadership skills. Your leadership skills will be evident, whether through your research, education or having held a leadership role. You will have proven your ability to innovate and engage to inspire students and colleagues alike, helping to build a strong academic community.

You’ll play a leading role in the implementation of the School and the Department. We expect you to make strong leadership contributions towards the implementation of the University of Southampton Triple Helix approach (https://www.southampton.ac.uk/about/strategy/triple-helix). You are expected to be a role model and lead others in the implementation of this strategy.

For an informal discussion, please contact Dr Michalis Veliziotis at m.veliziotis@soton.ac.uk.

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