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Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour

Location: LIVERPOOL, MERSEYSIDE, UNITED KINGDOM Salary: 41,526-52,560 GBP (UK Pounds) Per annum, inc Benefits
Sector: Education Job Type: Permanent
Shift Type: N/A Applications: 3
Posted: 2 months ago Reference: X3-340841

Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour

  • The Work, Organisation and Management subject group is now seeking to appoint a Lecturer (equivalent to Assistant Professor) in Organisational Behaviour.
  • The group leads the delivery of specialist postgraduate programmes in Human Resource Management, Management, and Organisational and Occupational Psychology, as well as delivering modules to support a number of programmes across the School’s undergraduate and postgraduate portfolio.
  • Group members pursue research across the full range of topics related to human resource management, organisational behaviour and organisation studies.
  • Candidates will possess a relevant PhD, or be close to completion of a PhD, in the area of Organisational Behaviour, or a related discipline.
  • Candidates will also be expected to demonstrate an embryonic track record of publications in world-leading or internationally excellent journals in the Organisational Behaviour field.
  • Candidates will also be expected to demonstrate a successful teaching track record commensurate with the post as they will teach on the undergraduate and/or postgraduate programmes.
  • 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.

 

Core Requirements for the Lecturer position

  • A strong track record of research in Organisational Behaviour
  • Ability to demonstrate the capacity to produce publications in world-class or internationally-excellent, peer-reviewed publications, as evidenced by several papers in the advanced stages of the development process
  • PhD in Organisational Behaviour or a related discipline from an accredited, research-intensive institution
  • Training in relevant research methods
  • Thorough knowledge of contemporary theories, methods and research in Organisational Behaviour 
  • Good level of computer literacy
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills 
  • Clear and well thought-out plans for future research 
  • Ability and enthusiasm to teach Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviour, or Organisation Studies related subjects, at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, to specialists and nonspecialists, while enhancing the student experience
  • Flexible and adaptable approach to work
  • Ability to work co-operatively and effectively with colleagues in research and teaching, and enthusiasm for contributing in general to the Management School and the University
  • Potential and desire to work closely with people in business and other external organisations in research and knowledge exchange.
  • Ability and willingness to engage with the University’s Student Success Framework, which aims to enhance the student experience through academic advising, peer mentoring and student belonging initiatives.
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