Salary range: £54,949 – £61,823
FTE: 1.0 (35 hours/week)
Closing date: 20/11/2022
Founded in 1948, the University of Strathclyde Business School (SBS) is a pioneering, internationally renowned academic organisation that shapes and develops the business minds of tomorrow. Strathclyde Business School is one of four faculties forming the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. The University was established in 1796 as ‘the place of useful learning’ and this remains at the forefront of our vision today for Strathclyde to be a leading international technological university that makes a positive difference to the lives of its students, to society and to the world. We are a triple accredited business school: the first business school in Scotland to hold this accolade, and one of only 88 in the world (July 2018, MBA Today), to be triple accredited, holding accreditation from the international bodies, AMBA, AACSB and EQUIS.
The Department of Work Employment and Organisation) is one of 6 Departments within Strathclyde Business. The Department delivers leading-edge, critical and policy-informing research in a Scottish, UK and international context across employment relations, HRM, work and organisational psychology and organisational studies. The Department is home to three undergraduate programmes within SBS (HRM, Management and Hospitality and Tourism Management) as well as three Masters courses, two of which are CIPD accredited and another accredited by the British Psychological Society. It is also the location for the Scottish Centre for Employment Research (SCER), and the Centre for the Political Economy of Labour (CPEL).
In applying for this post as Senior Lecturer, you will have PhD in a relevant discipline, be an experienced researcher and teacher with a track record in the delivery of high-quality research (evidenced through publications and research grant applications) and have experience of teaching and assessment, and leadership at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Your research interests will closely align with that of colleagues in the Department and will contribute to one or more of the major themes within our research portfolio (for example, leadership and organisation, organisational development, work, labour and globalisation; work, health and wellbeing; new technologies and work; workplace innovation and voice and participation in the workplace). The successful applicant will be encouraged to contribute to multidisciplinary research projects in the Business School and wider University and to engage in external funding applications. The successful applicant will be expected to contribute to the Business School’s future REF submission. In relation to teaching, we especially welcome interest in delivering modules across organisational change and development, and leadership.