Faculty of Social Sciences
Norwich Business School University of East Anglia
Lecturer in Human Resource Management (ATS856)
Lecturer: £42,036 to £48,677 per annum
Norwich Business School is home to a vibrant, diverse, and engaged academic community, ranked amongst the top 10 UK business schools by the quality of its research output (REF 2014), and intent on providing teaching excellence across its wide range of business and management degree programmes in supporting UEA’s award of TEF Gold status.
The School is seeking to recruit an outstanding Lecturer in the field of Human Resource Management (HRM) to join the Employment Systems and Institutions (ESI) group. The group has expertise in HRM, work psychology and labour economics with teaching and research activities that focus on explaining the individual, community and societal impacts of work and employment practice. A full list of areas of interest can be found in the further particulars.
The post is available following ‘Academic Teaching & Scholarship’ (ATS) terms and conditions. ATS staff are expected to provide a leadership contribution to teaching and administration while maintaining subject scholarship but without the requirement to conduct research.
A good first degree or an equivalent qualification is essential; and PhD (or nearing completion), or equivalent experience – this could mean substantial experience at a high level in the sector, and/or equivalent professional qualification. Applicants must satisfy all the essential criteria detailed in the person specification.
The post is available from 20 May 2019 on a full-time indefinite basis.
Closing date: 3 April 2019.
Any questions or queries please contact Dr Susan Sayce email email@example.com
Dr Susan Sayce
Norwich Business School
Thomas Paine Study Centre Room 2.14
University of East Anglia
Norwich Research Park
Norwich NR4 7TJ
Tel: 01603 591286
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