Lecturer in Strategic Management and International Business
UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM
BIRMINGHAM BUSINESS SCHOOL
Lecturer in Strategy and International Business (two posts) – reference 50262
Birmingham Business School: Responsible Business with Global Impact
There has never been a better time to join Birmingham Business School – a triple accredited Business School at the heart of an institution with one of the most compelling and ambitious agendas in Higher Education. Established as the UK’s first School of Commerce in 1902, we have been delivering excellent business education for over 100 years.
This is an important time in our development. Benefitting from a significant multi-million pound investment, we are extending our community of internationally recognised researchers and educators.
We are seeking to appoint two outstanding lecturers in Strategy and International Business – reference 50262
As a lecturer you will be expected to create and disseminate knowledge through initiating and conducting original research, through publication and through developing and delivering undergraduate, postgraduate and CPD programmes in Strategic Management or International Business.
- Hold a higher Degree (usually PhD) in a related field
- Have extensive experience and a growing reputation in research/teaching and scholarship within the field of strategic management or international business.
- Have research interests which complement or strengthen the existing research interests of colleagues within the department.
- Possess the ability to design, deliver, assess and revise teaching programmes and demonstrated success in developing appropriate approaches to learning and teaching.
In return, you will have the opportunity to thrive academically and make a contribution to a dynamic, growing School that is increasingly recognised globally for the quality of its research and teaching.
Closing date: 5 January 2018
To download the details and submit an electronic application online visit: www.bham.ac.uk/jobs.
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