The UCL School of Management is home to UCL’s business and management research and education programmes. The School has forged a reputation for world-leading research and teaching in the areas of innovation, analytics, entrepreneurship, and the creation and growth of technology-intensive organisations.
The UCL School of Management is looking for a full-time Teaching Fellow/Senior Teaching Fellow in the field of Organisational Behaviour with a focus in Leadership Development. In line with the School’s focus on innovation, technology, and analytics, applications from candidates with knowledge of and experience in the areas of leadership and interpersonal dynamics as applied to businesses, but applications are welcome from a range of academic disciplines with a background in workplace interpersonal dynamics and executive coaching. While the post holder will be expected to cover a range of teaching and scholarship efforts within the School of Management around leadership and organisational behaviour, the focal area will be in support of graduate programmes.
The post holder will primarily be responsible to the UCL MBA programme in delivering and coordinating the core-module Leading Organisations, supporting other faculty with incorporating data collection and research efforts into their MBA modules, supporting the in-person components of the online MBA degree programme and wider educational and citizenship roles within the department. The UCL MBA has a focus helping leaders make business decisions across a range of specialties, this role will support these efforts in the online classroom, but also in helping other faculty to incorporate data collection and research initiatives in their own modules.
This post is available from February 2020.
Key Requirements - A Masters degree or equivalent and current industry experience in a subject relevant to the role
For consideration of appointment at Senior Teaching Fellow level, it is expected that an applicant will have a PhD or equivalent and substantial industry experience.
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