UCL School of Management

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Programme Administrator

The role will specialise in administering the joint MBA with Peking University (PKU), ensuring effective procedures are documented and adopted for dealing with all aspects including enquiries, applications, marketing, engagement of external contacts, assessments, student support and events. The post will lead in achieving a high quality and timely service to current and prospective students, alumni and staff relating to the designated courses/programmes and beyond. 

The role will include management for all matters relating to the teaching and learning activities of students from enquiry to completion, incorporating organisation of committees and processes relating to assessment, student and course records.

The role holder must be efficient, organised, take great care in attention to detail and be educated to A level standard (including A-C in 2 subjects), or have acquired relevant experience.

To view the job descriptions/person specifications and to apply for the post, please visit these pages:

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Research Assistant

Research projects at UCL School of Management are generally focused on scientific research on creativity and innovation in organizations. The Research Assistant will be involved with several studies and professors working with empirical data from a variety of contexts (e.g. archival data on entrepreneurship and innovation; personality and social network data from surveys of organizations; experimental data on individual creativity) and different aspects of the research process, literature reviews, study design, data collection, and data cleaning. Previous coursework or experience in the social sciences, engineering, statistics, and/or computer science is preferred. 

The posts will initially be offered for a period of 12 months, with a negotiable start date of September 2017.

Suitable candidates will hold an undergraduate degree in a social science, engineering, statistics, and/or computer science, experience with data management and academic research and excellent computing and organisational skills.

To view the job descriptions/person specifications and to apply for the posts, please visit these pages:

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Teaching Assistant

The UCL School of Management is home to UCL’s business and management research and education programmes. It has forged a reputation for world leading research and teaching in the areas of innovation and technology management, the creation and growth of technology intensive organisations, and entrepreneurship. From June 2016, the School will operate from two sites: at Bloomsbury and at 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf.

The post holder will report to the leader of the module/s they are supporting and the appointment will be available from 22 September 2017 to 30 June 2018. Associated duties may include marking of coursework and exams, dissertation supervision and/or after class contact time with students.

To view the job descriptions/person specifications and to apply for the posts, please visit these pages:

Teaching Assistant in Analytics & Operations, - Ref: 1645183

Teaching Assistant in Finance, Accounting and Economics, - Ref: 1645144

Teaching Assistant in Management, - Ref: 1645166

Teaching Assistant in Marketing, - Ref: 1645181

Teaching Assistant in Organisational Behaviour, - Ref: 1645175

Teaching Assistant in Organisations & Innovation, - Ref: 1645160

Teaching Assistant in Project Management, - Ref: 1645170

Teaching Assistant in Strategy & Entrepreneurship, - Ref: 1645164

Teaching Assistant in Management Science Foundational Maths, Analytics and Programming, - Ref:1648029

Teaching Fellow/Senior Teaching Fellow in Business Finance

The UCL School of Management is seeking a full time Teaching Fellow/Senior Teaching Fellow in the spectrum of Business Finance. The post-holder will be expected to lead, manage and teach a variety of modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level relating to Business Finance, together with undergraduate and postgraduate dissertation supervision, personal tutoring, internal examining, and wider citizenship roles. Additionally, the post holder will be expected to contribute to the development of new modules within the optional module choices for the new MSc Finance, and within minors and pathways within the School’s Electives programme offered across UCL

In particular, applications are especially invited from those able to teach Financial Management and/or Applied Corporate Finance and/or Applied Business Finance and/or Strategic Performance Management and/or Financial Risk Management and/or Financial Mathematics, and related areas, at undergraduate and/or postgraduate levels. Contributions to the development of new innovative and unique modules are welcomed. It is expected all applicants will have experience of using technology as a teaching and learning mechanism.

For consideration of appointment at Senior Teaching Fellow level, it is expected that an applicant will have a PhD or equivalent Doctorate or equivalent professional qualification.

To view the job descriptions/person specifications and to apply for the posts, please visit these pages:

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Teaching Fellow/Senior Teaching Fellow in Business Economics

The UCL School of Management is seeking a full time Teaching Fellow/Senior Teaching Fellow in the spectrum of Business Economics, and particularly in the broad arena of Applied Economics. The post-holder will be expected to lead, manage and teach a variety of modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level relating to Business Economics, together with undergraduate and postgraduate dissertation supervision, personal tutoring, internal examining, and wider citizenship roles. Additionally, the post holder will be expected to contribute to the development of new modules within the optional module choices for the new MSc Finance, and within minors and pathways within the School’s Electives programme offered across UCL, and to other initiatives as required by the School. 

n particular, applications are especially invited from those able to teach Labour Economics and/or Industrial Economics and/or Financial Economics and/or International Economics and/or Health Economics and/or Environmental Economics, and related areas, at undergraduate and/or postgraduate levels. An ability to teach data skills using, for example, Excel, Matlab, R, VBA, Stata would be an asset. Contributions to the development of new innovative and unique modules are welcomed. It is expected all applicants will have experience of using technology as a teaching and learning mechanism.

For consideration of appointment at Senior Teaching Fellow level, candidates must fulfil the criteria specified in the Person Specification.

To view the job descriptions/person specifications and to apply for the posts, please visit these pages:

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Lecturer in Management

As part of its continuing expansion, University College London (UCL) seeks to appoint a committed, dynamic and self motivated Lecturers in the UCL School of Management. 

The postholders will be expected to carry out research in the area of Management, and produce publications, or other research outputs, at an internationally significant standard in terms of originality, significance and rigour, in line with personal and School objectives agreed in the Staff Review and School planning processes.

By the date of appointment, a PhD or equivalent qualification in Management and commitment to publish in top Management ‘science’ journals.

To view the job descriptions/person specifications and to apply for the posts, please visit these pages:

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Reader in Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Operations or Analytics

As part of a continuing expansion, the School of Management seeks to appoint an outstanding scholarto the position of Reader. We are seeking applications in the area of Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Operations or Analytics. 

The successful candidate will be required to carry out research at an internationally significant standard in terms of originality, significance and rigour, publish in top journals in the field; play a full role in helping to maintain the research environment within the School, and in engaging in external activities that bring national and international esteem to the School and UCL; to teach and supervise students at undergraduate, graduate and PhD level and contribute to the development and implementation of a high quality curriculum. The school’s research facilities and support are excellent. The teaching load of two courses per year is light and designed to maximise research time.

The successful candidate will have a track record of international research excellence in their field of expertise, as evidenced by publications in top management journals such as Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Marketing Science, Management Science, Organization Science, and Strategic Management Journal. They are expected to demonstrate leadership in their research field, reflected by major publications, invited papers at international conferences, memberships and awards and have experience of teaching and of programme and course development, with good teaching evaluations.

For a confidential conversation or more information about this opportunity, please contact: gareth.duxbury@society-search.com on +44 (0)203 653 0474. 

Professor in Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Operations or Analytics

As part of a continuing expansion, the School of Management seeks to appoint a world-leading scholar as a Professor in Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Operations or Analytics. 

The successful candidate will be required to carry out research at a world-leading standard in in terms of originality, significance and rigour, publish in top journals in the field; play a leading role in helping to maintain the research environment within the School, and engage in external activities that bring national and international esteem to the School and UCL; teach and supervise students at undergraduate, graduate and PhD level; and contribute to the development and implementation of a high quality curriculum. The school’s research facilities and support are excellent. The teaching load of two courses per year is light and designed to maximise research time.

The successful candidate will have a track record of world-leading research excellence in the area of strategic management, as evidenced by a range of publications in top management journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Marketing Science, Management Science, Organization Science, and Strategic Management Journal. They are expected to demonstrate leadership in their research field, reflected by leading a department, research group or centre and having journal editorships and research awards. They will also need to demonstrate engagement with business and policy and have a record of successful supervision and mentoring of graduate students and research staff.

For a confidential conversation or more information about this opportunity, please contact: gareth.duxbury@society-search.com on +44 (0)203 653 0474.