Associate Professor in Marketing

Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh (GB)
£51,799 - £ 60,062
10 Jun 2022
End of advertisement period
10 Jul 2022
Contract Type
Full Time

Job title: Associate Professor in Marketing - Full time, Permanent
Job reference: 0000412739
Date posted: 09/06/2022
Application closing date: 10/07/2022
Salary: Annual Gross Base salary of £51,799 - £ 60,062, Grade 7 per annum
Package: Excellent benefits package
Contractual hours: 35
Basis: Full Time

Job description
We are looking to appoint an Associate Professor in Marketing to contribute to the leadership of research and learning and teaching activities, become a key member of the Marketing leadership team, and engage with stakeholder groups both external and internal to Edinburgh Napier University and The Business School.

The successful candidate will work with the Marketing Group leadership team and about 20 colleagues to shape the future of the Marketing subject area within The Business School. In particular, we would welcome candidates who can demonstrate experience of developing innovative Marketing programmes and have developed close links with industry professionals.

Edinburgh Napier University’s phenomenal results from the Research Excellence Framework (2021) are testament to our growing strength and capability as a research institution. These results, alongside our consistently positive National Student Survey results and sustained high levels of graduate employability, demonstrate the increasing impact of Edinburgh Napier's collective work, quality and commitment.

Edinburgh Napier University Business School

The Business School is one of the largest modern Business Schools in Scotland and at the leading edge of innovation, with a strong academic reputation in undergraduate, postgraduate, executive education, and business research.

The subject area of Marketing promotes research-informed teaching and a pedagogical approach to our learning, teaching and assessment activities with strong industry links. Building on cutting-edge marketing knowledge, application-oriented research, and strong links to marketing practice, we are committed to enhancing student employability and creating a world class student experience. We embrace interdisciplinary collaboration in both teaching and research activities. Our research projects help to tackle relevant and pressing worldly questions in three key areas: 1) society and wellbeing, 2) innovation, digital and technology, and 3) sustainability. The subject area delivers six different programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and runs programmes on-campus, overseas and online.

The role

You will contribute to the ongoing and future strategic development of our Marketing portfolio of programmes and modules. You will have a strong research and teaching profile, with significant experience of innovative and successful programme leadership and development. You will be expected to engage in programme leadership and develop an active and ongoing involvement with industry to enhance our networks and student employability.

The post will also include teaching on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and modules and commercial and online/trans-national provision. You will be expected to be involved in undergraduate, postgraduate and research degree supervisions. In addition to leading and contributing to learning and teaching, you will be expected to have a strong publication record in the Marketing discipline/ pedagogy stream and have plans for further scholarly outputs.

Drawing on your experience of learning and teaching within the Marketing subject area, you will contribute to the University's objective of growing our academic reputation for research-informed and engaged student learning in the UK, overseas and online. You will have line management responsibilities and guide Marketing colleagues in achieving their career objectives.

Who we are looking for

In addition to the role profile (click here), the following criteria are essential:

  • Well-networked across the Marketing discipline, especially in your area of expertise.
  • Evidence of an excellent professional academic and research profile.
  • Evidence of innovative teaching and learning practice and experience.
  • Significant experience in developing high quality teaching/ learning and research projects.

Some travel may be required as part of our transnational education provision.

Benefits we offer

Annual Gross Base salary of £51,799 - £ 60,062, Grade 7 per annum

For more details about our wide range of benefits, please click here

Additional information

Closing: 10th July 2022 @ 11:59 pm (BST)

Interviews: end of July (TBC)

For informal discussions about this position, please contact Professor Anna Watson: a.watson@napier.ac.uk  and for general queries recuitment@napier.ac.uk

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