Lecturer/Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour (ATR1495)

University of East Anglia
NBS - Norwich Business School
WorkplaceNorwich, East of England, UK


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Lecturer/Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour (ATR1495)

Vacancy Details


Lecturer/Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour

Lecturer: £42,792 to £49,553 per annum

Associate Professor: £51,034 to £59,135 per annum

The School is seeking to recruit an outstanding academic in the field of Organisational Behaviour. The successful applicant will take an active role in developing international-level research, support enterprise, engagement and impact activities, and contribute to teaching across a number of degree courses. There are also opportunities available to design, lead or contribute to new degrees, new short courses and consultancy projects.

They will also contribute to the School’s Employment Systems and Institutions (ESI) Research Group ( ?url=http%3A%2F%2Fuea.ac.uk%2Fesi&module=jobs&id=174388" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://uea.ac.uk/esi ). The group has expertise in work psychology, occupational health, HRM, and labour economics with teaching and research activities that focus on explaining the individual, community and societal impacts of work and employment practice. A full list of areas of interest can be found in the further particulars.

Several members of the ESI group are part of Work, Learning and Wellbeing evidence programme for the Economic and Social Research Council funded What Works Wellbeing Centre. The group have also attracted other funding from ESRC, British Academy, Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), the European Commission, and Horizon 2020.

Associate Professors must have a PhD or equivalent qualification and lecturers must have a PhD or equivalent qualification or be near to completion with submission and award within one year of commencement. Applicants must satisfy all the essential criteria detailed in the person specification.

The University is a Bronze Athena Swan Award holder, currently working towards Silver.



In your application, please refer to myScience.uk
and reference  JobID 174388.

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