Closing date: 4 December 2022

Senior Lecturer in Work, Employment and Organisation, Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow.

Strathclyde Business School wishes to recruit a Senior Lecturer to join the Department of Work, Employment & Organisation. 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 (see In relation to teaching, we especially welcome interest in delivering modules across organisational development (OD) and change, and leadership.

This post offers an exciting opportunity to develop a career, lead and make a major contribution to the Department’s undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes. The successful applicant can bring their expertise in OD, change and leadership to our human resource management and hospitality and tourism UG programmes, as well as our HRM, IHRM and Work and Organisational Psychology MScs. There will also be opportunities to contribute to Faculty programmes such as the MBA. We are also looking at research expertise in fields such as, the challenges concerning introducing fair and decent work in a global economy, post-covid work and employment, diversity and inclusion including disability and LGBTQ issues, well-being and engagement during change and leadership in public, private and voluntary organisations.

Strathclyde Business School’s mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of its students, society and the world, all within the context of the founding mission of the University of Strathclyde of being a place of useful learning. The School’s vision is to be a socially progressive, world-class business school, located within and integral to the broader institution. The School’s aim for 2030 is to be internationally recognised as one of the most connected and impactful business schools in Europe.

Required qualifications include a PhD in a relevant discipline, a record of excellence in teaching with evidence of a student-focused approach, a track record in the delivery of high-quality research (evidenced through publications and research grant applications) and experience of teaching, assessment, and leadership at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

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For more information, contact Prof Ian Cunningham,