|Salary:||£53,353 to £61,823 per annum (Grade 8)|
|Placed On:||26th January 2023|
|Closes:||15th February 2023|
Contract: Full time/Open-Ended
An opportunity has arisen to join us as a Reader in Human Resource Management. The role is based within the Department of HRM, located within Glasgow School for Business and Society. The Department delivers a range of programmes and modules for the School, in a variety of people management and development areas such as HRM, HRD, Organisational Development, Organisational Behaviour, Change Management and Leadership. Readers in HRM are expected to inspire learning and contribute to the enhancement of the student experience across the range of our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. These include the highly successful MSc HRM and MSc International HRM programmes, which are fully accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and aligned to the US Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) standards; the Global MBA programme and our undergraduate suite of programmes, including our BA(HONS) International Business and HRM programme, which is also CIPD accredited.
To support our continuing development, we are seeking to appoint a Reader who will contribute to the academic vibrancy of the Department. This will be achieved through high quality learning and teaching, research and scholarly activity. We are seeking to appoint an inventive individual with a forward -thinking vision for HRM/HRD programme design and delivery. You should be able to demonstrate a track record of strategically relevant publication output and income generation to complement the work of the team; and you will also be expected to continue to engage in research and scholarly activity.
A key part of this role will be to help develop the overall profile of the Department in the UK and internationally, as well as support and guide the HRM team members in their research plans. You will have experience of contributing effectively to the quality delivery of learning, research led teaching and assessment at both undergraduate and postgraduate level; as well as supervising students at all levels, including PHD supervision. Competence and/or experience of supervising/ teaching related to quantitative research topics, would be desirable.
You will be flexible with the ability to work independently and use your own initiative, while also contributing to the various programme and scholarly activity teams you will be part of. Applicants are expected to have excellent communication, planning and organisational skills. You should also be able to demonstrate a student-centred approach and an ability to work in a collaborative manner with colleagues. Applicants must be qualified to doctoral level within the HRM discipline and the successful applicant will be expected to undertake a teaching qualification if not already qualified.
All applicants must complete the online application form detailing how they meet the essential and desirable requirement for the role. A covering letter (1 page) and a short CV may also be included.
Further details on this post are available by contacting Irene Mains, Head of Department; Email: email@example.com
You can apply for this role through the Glasgow Caledonian University vacancies page www.gcu.ac.uk/jobs/jobs
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