Bayes Business School is among the small group of business schools with an established reputation for excellence in both business research and education.
Bayes holds the triple-crown accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
The school and its programmes are consistently ranked among the best in the world.
We are, despite this, not complacent. On the contrary, we will be seeking significantly to develop our research and education and, critically, our engagement with practice.
We are conscious that business schools are experiencing disruption in how research is undertaken and disseminated, in how education is delivered and in what is expected by business and society from a business school.
The Faculty of Management is the largest Business School faculty with more than 80 scholars and is proud of its exceptional diversity, thought leadership, and collegiality.
It nurtures scholars who strive for international impact through their research, education, and service.
Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources Management group seeks to appoint a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Organizational Behaviour (Education).
The appointed candidate will design and deliver high quality education in organizational behaviour, critical thinking, and management and will teach undergraduate and graduate courses, including large-lecture and online classes.
They will play a full and active role as a member of the Faculty of Management and will be expected to play a major role in educational leadership in the school.
The successful candidate will have completed, or will be close to completing, a PhD in a related field. Evidence of education excellence, such as through awards and student feedback is required, as is a proven record of delivering high quality and innovative education at higher education or executive education levels.
Candidates should have earned an HEA fellowship or its equivalent or be willing to gain HEA fellowship soon after their appointment.