Associate Professor in Leadership and Organisational Behaviour

Greenwich, United Kingdom
£51,034 to £59,135 plus £3706 London weighting
17 Jun 2021
End of advertisement period
07 Jul 2021
Contract Type
Full Time

Department of Human Resources & Organisational Behaviour

Location:  Greenwich
Salary:  £51,034 to £59,135 plus £3706 London weighting
Contract Type:  Permanent
Closing Date:  Wednesday 07 July 2021
Interview Date:  To be confirmed
Reference:  2631-E

As part of our on-going development strategy, the Department of Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour at the University of Greenwich is seeking an Associate Professor Leadership and Organisational Behaviour. We are seeking an energetic colleague who will implement strategies and plans to ensure academic excellence in the Department, the Faculty of Business and the wider University community. 

This post is for a highly effective person, capable of delivering high quality education and research in the fields of Business Management and Organisational Behaviour. 

The role will focus on leading research and enterprise activities aligned with the research profile of the Faculty of Business and on promoting high quality education both at undergraduate and postgraduate level in a variety of formats. We seek to recruit a colleague willing to work with a diverse group of students and academic staff.

The Faculty of Business based in the Old Royal Naval College at Greenwich – a UNESCO World Heritage site – has a strong commitment to diversity and internationalism. This is reflected in our focus on inclusive curricula and equality of opportunity for learners. The Department of Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour has a portfolio of Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes in the areas of Business Management and Human Resource Management. Our teaching is informed by the international research agenda of several of the research centres of the Faculty of Business. 

The person appointed will be expected to:

  • Contribute to the delivery of existing teaching, course development, and to participate in the research carried out in the department and the Faculty. 
  • Contribute more widely to the design and delivery of teaching activities, reflecting the successful candidate’s own subject specialism and appropriate for the needs of a diverse student body. 
  • Engage in research and professional practice across the subject area and contribute to the research profile of the Department and to the REF submission of the Faculty of Business.
  • Engage in pastoral care duties, acting a personal tutor for a group of students. 

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Riccardo De Vita, Head of Department  -