The Business School is the UK’s most recent business school to be awarded AACSB accreditation putting the UK’s largest Business School amongst the top 5% of providers globally. Home to over 3,700 students and 100 staff, the Department of Management is a progressive and innovative department, that has at its core the creation of a high-quality student and staff experience.
One of our main priorities is to create highly employable graduates with the latest knowledge and real-world skills to maximise their future potential. We are looking for a Lecturer and a Senior Lecturer to join our expanding team, contributing to either our CIPD accredited courses or our MBA/Higher Degree Apprenticeship courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels as well as our wider organisational behaviour and HRM portfolio activities.
You’ll have a broad remit that includes teaching preparation and delivery, leading modules, contributing to dissertation supervision and research and knowledge exchange You’ll also contribute to the development of new and exciting programmes and help to shape the curriculum through your professional experience and your critical, practical and theoretical understanding of organisational behaviour/ human resources management.
As a Senior Lecturer there will also be opportunities to support course leadership and other roles within the course management team.
You will need:
- Well-developed and current knowledge and understanding of critical, practical and theoretical issues relevant to OBHRM.
- Enthusiasm and drive to deliver transformative and innovative learning experiences
- A doctorate in a relevant subject (or within 9 months of completion). We welcome teaching experience in all areas of OBHRM.
This could include interest in subjects such as Employee Relations, Employee Experience, Diversity and Inclusion, Well-being, International HRM, Leadership, Coaching and Mentoring, Learning and Development, Organisational Development and Design, Talent Management and Performance, Resourcing and Reward and People Analytics.
At Sheffield Hallam, we are committed to building a great university and an outstanding environment in which to study, research, and work. We value the contribution of our staff every day, in terms of their commitment, passion, delivery and sheer hard work. In return we offer a range of fantastic rewards and benefits, challenging and interesting work and opportunities to achieve your potential in a supportive and inclusive environment where people treat each other fairly and with respect.
For more information on the benefits and opportunities of working at Sheffield Hallam, please visit The Hallam Deal: Your Benefits. For this job we particularly welcome applications from minority ethnic applicants who are underrepresented in this area at Sheffield Hallam. The University may be able to sponsor the employment of international applicants in this role; this will depend on a number of factors specific to the individual applicant. We welcome applications for part-time and flexible working arrangements. Closing date: 27/03/22 at 23:30
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