Chair/Professor in Human Resource Management/ Employment Relations/ Employment Studies
Chair/Professor (Teaching and Research) in Human Resource Management/ Employment Relations/ Employment Studies
Professorial Scale (according to experience)
Permanent - From 1 March 2022
Applications are invited for the post of Chair/Professor (Teaching and Research) in Human Resource Management/Employment Relations/Employment Studies at Alliance Manchester Business School. You are expected to make a significant contribution to AMBS’s reputation for world-class research, publish your research in leading international journals, and lead and develop expertise in key areas through both research and engagement. Applications are particularly welcome from candidates who can contribute to the overall research aims and themes of the Work & Equalities Institute (WEI).
You are also expected to contribute to the wider external activities of AMBS and to the research environment within the Division and the School, teach at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in their area of expertise, and to network with policy and practitioner communities to improve the impact of their research.
For information on the Work and Equalities Institute’s research themes see:
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Blended working arrangements may be considered.
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Closing date: 10 January 2022.
Interview date: 2 February 2022.
As an equal opportunities employer, we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons. As the School is committed to the principles of the Race Equality Charter Mark and Athena Swan, we would particularly welcome applications from women and the black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community, who are both currently under-represented at this grade. All appointments will be made on merit.