Lecturer at Grade 8 (equivalent to Assistant Professor) and one Senior Lecturer at Grade 9 (equivalent to Associate Professor), both on a Teaching and Scholarship (T&S) pathway in Organisation Theory/Organisation Studies, Human Resource Management, or Organisational Behaviour/Organisational Psychology
£43,415 - £69,564 pa Grade 8/9
Department of Work, Organisation and Management
EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA accredited with its full-time MBA ranked in The Economist top 100, the University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS) is a truly international institution with a global reputation for excellence in teaching, research and collaborative relationships. ULMS benefits from Liverpool’s standing as a founding member of the Russell Group of the UK’s leading research-intensive universities. Formed in 2002 through the bringing together of a number of well-established departments and research groups in the University of Liverpool, ULMS provides a world-leading environment for research. The pursuit of research internationally recognised for its excellence, originality, significance and rigour is central to the ULMS culture, as is the delivery of a strong student experience.
Following the appointment of the School’s Dean, Professor Julia Balogun, in 2015 and supported by strong ongoing investment from the University and the University’s ambitious STRATEGY2026, ULMS is fulfilling its mission to be a globally-connected Management School whose transformative research and teaching places it at the forefront of influential knowledge leadership to better business and society. Over the last three years, ULMS has engaged in extensive recruitment of academic and professional services staff, expanding into a state-of- the-art extension, including a trading room. The School has 220 academic and research staff, supported by 80 professional services colleagues. Echoing the City of Liverpool’s reputation for friendliness and an outward looking orientation, ULMS provides a strongly collegial, international and intellectually vibrant interdisciplinary environment, including a thriving doctoral research community of over 140 PhD students.
The Work, Organisation and Management Group (WOM) is now seeking to appoint one Lecturer at Grade 8 (equivalent to Assistant Professor) and one Senior Lecturer at Grade 9 (equivalent to Associate Professor), both on a Teaching and Scholarship (T&S) pathway in Organisation Theory/Organisation Studies, Human Resource Management, or Organisational Behaviour/Organisational Psychology to contribute to teaching within these subject areas.
For appointment at Grade 8 (Lecturer), candidates will possess (or be close to completion of) a PhD in the area of Management, Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviour/Organisational Psychology, or related subjects, and have an emerging scholarship track record in one of these areas, with clear plans for future scholarship. Candidates are also expected to have significant relevant experience of teaching, designing and managing Management, Human Resource Management or Organisational Behaviour/Organisational Psychology related courses in Higher Education.
For appointment at Grade 9 (Senior Lecturer), candidates will possess a PhD in the area of Organisation Theory/Studies, Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviour/Organisational Psychology or related subjects and have an established scholarship track record in one of these areas, with clear plans for future scholarship. Candidates are also expected to have a strong track record of teaching, designing, managing and leading Management, Human Resource Management, or Organisational Behaviour/Organisational Psychology related courses and programmes in Higher Education.
We are particularly interested in candidates with one of these profiles. We seek one candidate with teaching interests in recruitment, selection and assessment, people analytics, negotiation and conflict management, organisational behaviour, and leadership. Working towards chartered CIPD Membership or full membership of the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology is also desirable. We seek a second candidate with teaching interests in CSR, ethics, leadership, organization studies/theory, organisational behaviour and professional/personal development. Either of these profiles can be at the level of Lecturer or Senior Lecturer.
The School seeks excellence in all aspects of the student experience and for individuals with a passion for innovative pedagogies and the capacity to create and deliver new and highly contemporary modules. Candidates should also have excellent communication and interpersonal skills together with the ability and enthusiasm to enhance student experience. Knowledge of the particular needs of international students would be an advantage. Ability to guide and supervise students’ independent learning is also an important requirement.
ULMS is being supported in these appointments by Gareth Duxbury: Consulting. For further details, and to apply, please visit http://garethdconsulting.co.uk. For an informal discussion please contact Gareth via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications must consist of the University of Liverpool application form, a full academic CV and a Covering Letter.
The deadline for applications is midnight (BST) on Monday, 29 August 2002.
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to deliver presentations on Monday, 19 September 2022 and interview on Tuesday, 20 September 2022.