Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Business Management with Specialism in Accounting or Sports Management
Job Title: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Business Management
with Specialism in Accounting or Sports Management
Institute: Business, Law and Society
Responsible to: Programme Director
Starting Salary: Lecturer £38,017 per annum, Band I, spinal point 34, Senior Lecturer £42,792 per annum, Band J, spinal point 38
Hours: Full time (part time welcome)
The Institute of Business, Law and Society is seeking to appoint two full-time Lecturers/Senior Lecturers (or part time). You should hold either a PhD, relevant professional qualifications or equivalent professional experience. You would be expected to teach and supervise at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. You must be committed to the continuing enhancement of the student experience, and be able to offer pastoral and academic support as required. We would particularly welcome candidates who have diverse experience which may include international experience, working with a variety of students including widening participation, and who are capable and willing to teach across a variety of subject areas.
We would particularly welcome applications from candidates with experience in one or more of the following areas:
- Human Resources/Organisational Behaviour/Leadership
- Sports Management (including marketing, sponsorship and research methods)
Building on the courses St Mary’s already offers in Business, Communications, Criminology, Law, Politics and Public Policy, the Department of Business, Society and Law is working with business leaders to create an alternative model of business education.
We will focus on an integrated approach to work and study; encouraging a commitment to sustainable success; enabling the development of lifelong relationships; and an approach to ethics that will prepare students to take difficult decisions.
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Closing date: 12th August 2020 at 12:00 midday
Interviews likely to be held during the week commencing 17th August 2020
Interviews will take place via Zoom. If you are invited to interview, you should expect to be asked to present a 10 minute ‘mini-teach’ on a topic from within your subject-specialism.