University Teacher: Leadership and Management Development (MBA) - Grade 8
£41,526 - £52,560 pa
Department of Work, Organisation and Management
Location: University Campus
EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA accredited with its full-time MBA ranked in the Economist top 100, the University of Liverpool Management School is an international management school based in an enterprising and vibrant, world city of culture. Formed in 2002 through the bringing together of a number of well-established departments and research groups in the University of Liverpool, the School provides a world- leading environment for research, management and leadership education. The pursuit of research which is internationally recognised for excellence in its originality, significance and rigour is central to the culture of the School, as is 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 bringing the School together with students, business and society in learning to make a difference. 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 now has over 200 academic 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 120 PhD students.
Reporting to the Associate Dean for MBA Programmes, the University Teacher: Leadership and Management Development will be responsible for providing bespoke learning and development, and career guidance to the MBA cohort, all of whom are post-experience students, who will have worked in industry for at least three years. The main purpose of the role will be to enhance MBA student employability, leadership and management effectiveness and graduate destinations, working with the MBA programme team, alumni network and professional services colleagues.
They will be expected to put together a complete career, leadership and personal development programme consistent with the kind of developmental support provided in businesses and organisations to early career graduates and first line leaders as they move into leadership and management. This should stand in contrast to the development support typically provided to students who may be looking to move into entry roles or first graduate roles.
The successful candidate will also become a member of one of the School’s six subject groups, based on their disciplinary background. Given the nature of the role, candidates may apply on the basis of either experience and expertise in leadership and management development in an academic setting, or from a professional practice background at an appropriate level.
To download additional information, and to apply, please visit the website of the University’s recruitment partners Society by clicking here:
For an informal conversation on this role, please contact Ksenia Frolova on email@example.com or 0203 653 0481.
Applications must consist of an application form (downloadable from the Society website) alongside a full academic CV and optionally accompanied by a brief covering letter addressing the criteria in the Person Specification.
The deadline for receipt of applications is 23:00 (BST) on Wednesday, 28 April 2021.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to formal interview will take place in May 2021. It is anticipated that these will take place remotely.
The salary range for these positions is as follows:
- Grade 8 - £41,526 – £52,560 per annum
Appointments will be made subject to receipt of satisfactory references.