Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor in Organisational Behaviour
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) is a government-funded tertiary institution in Hong Kong. It offers programmes at various levels including Doctorate, Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees. It has a full-time academic staff strength of around 1,200. The total annual consolidated expenditure budget of the University is in excess of HK$7.6 billion.
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING
Professor / Associate Professor / Assistant Professor in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management (Ref. 220715021)
The Department of Management and Marketing (MM) is one of the constituent departments of the Faculty of Business, which contains 170+ faculty members. The University is committed to high-quality research and has recently launched a strategic hiring initiative. For instance, the Presidential Young Scholars Scheme provides successful applicants with research support of not less than 3 million HK dollars (equivalent to US$380K) for the first three years of appointment. Our compensation package is globally competitive and includes a generous allowance for housing purpose.
The faculty members in the Management discipline of MM regularly publish their research in top-tier journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, Organization Behavior and Human Decision Processes and other premier outlets. The University of Texas at Dallas ranks our faculty's research 63th in the world and 6th in Asia (March 2022). We also have a serious PhD program and recent placements of our students include institutions such as Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Renmin University and Deakin University. Our research support includes reduced teaching load in the first three years, start-up grant, and administrative services. We invite research-focused applicants to join our vibrant and growing research community.
The department invites applications for one open-ranked faculty position in the OBHR area, with preference in the HRM domain.
Please visit the website at https://mm.polyu.edu.hk/ for more information about MM. Applicants are invited to contact Professor Wu Liu, Head of Department of Management and Marketing, by email at wu.liu @polyu.edu.hk, for further information about the post.
The appointee will be required to
(a) engage in top-level scholarly research in their areas of expertise;
(b) supervise research students;
(c) secure external competitive research grants;
(d) teach at the undergraduate and/or postgraduate levels; and
(e) perform any other duties as assigned by the Head of Unit or his delegates.
Applicants should have an earned doctoral degree at the time of appointment or be close to receiving it.
Preference will be given to those with a focused research orientation and the potential or demonstrated ability to publish in high quality scholarly journals.
Conditions of Service
The compensation package, teaching loads, and research support are highly competitive.Initial appointment for Assistant Professor will be on a fixed-term gratuity-bearing contract. Re-engagement thereafter is subject to mutual agreement. An appropriate term will be provided for appointment at Associate Professor / Professor levels. For general information on terms and conditions for appointment of academic staff in the University, please visit the website at https://www.polyu.edu.hk/hro/docdrive/careers/doc/Prof.pdf.
Please submit an application through PolyU’s career website (https://jobs.polyu.edu.hk/academic).Consideration of applications will commence on 15 August 2022 until the position is filled. The University’s Personal Information Collection Statement for recruitment can be found at https://www.polyu.edu.hk/hro/careers/pics_for_recruitment/.
PolyU is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusivity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to gender, ethnicity, nationality, family status or physical or mental disabilities.