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Lectureships/Senior Lectureships at the Univeristy of Greenwich, London

last modified Feb 08, 2014 10:54 PM

In support of continuing growth, the University of Greenwich Business School is seeking to appoint a number of Lecturers and Senior Lecturers.
 
*Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Economics (2): https://jobs.gre.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=510
* Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Organisational Behaviour (2): https://jobs.gre.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=511
* Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in International Business (2): https://jobs.gre.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=512
*Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Strategy, Operations & Systems Management: https://jobs.gre.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=513
 
Lectureships would suit recent PhD graduates or postdocs with an emerging publication record. Senior lectureships would have an established publication track, funded research projects and experience of research student supervision.
 
We are particularly interested in candidates with advanced quantitative skills, including social network analysis. There are opportunities to join internationally significant research groups, including the Centre for Business Network Analysis, the Public Services International Research Unit and the Work and Employment Research Unit.

The positions offer opportunities for teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including research student supervision, and enables ambitious candidates to play important role in the shaping of the future development of the University of Greenwich Business School. The School provides conditions conducive for active research, including dedicated support for early career researchers.
 
The University of Greenwich is London’s largest university and has been repeatedly rated first in the London for teaching quality. The Business School  is ranked in the  top third for business and management on all indicators in the Guardian’s UK tables and several Departments are rated in the top 5 nationally for student satisfaction. The School performed strongly in the latest UK Research Assessment Exercise, with two-thirds of its research rated internationally significant or world-leading. We have made a strong submission to the current Research Evaluation Framework assessment.
 
For informal discussion about these posts, you are welcome to contact Professor Bruce Cronin.