Lecturer in human resources management employment with CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY
School / Department Management school
Based at Cranfield Campus, Cranfield, Bedfordshire
Working hours 37 hours per week, normally worked Monday to Friday. Flexible work will be considered.
Type of Contract Fixed term contract
Fixed term period 24months
Salary The full-time starting salary is normally between £ 44,001 and £ 49,048 per year with potential progression up to £ 61,309 per year
Apply before 01/28/2022
Role Description We welcome applications from individuals with experience in Human Resources Management (HRM) to join our team and contribute to the exciting growth of the evolving group of workplaces at Cranfield School of Management.
About the role
This opportunity is within the Changing the World of Work group, which focuses on examining the implications of the changing work environment for the management of people and organizations. The Group provides thought leadership in areas such as generational diversity, emerging technologies and work, gender, leadership and inclusion, global mobility, HR and technology, organizational design, flexible working and agile and employee engagement, and brings together expertise in human resources management (HRM), labor relations, organizational behavior (OB) and diversity. It is a thriving group that is particularly active in the production of high quality applied research. The Group has ambitious plans, notably the development of a digital learning path in HRM and a learning program based on the Senior People Leader Level 7 standard. The role will report directly to the group leader, Professor Emma Parry.
As a lecturer working within this group, you will be responsible for delivering high quality teaching in HRM and research methods. In addition, you will support research projects including those in the UK defense context and in the areas of the future of work and the future workforce. You may also be required to support other teaching and research projects with Defense and for other clients. You will have the opportunity to advance your research and scholarship in this area. This position will be offered either as part of a career path in education and scholarship, or as a career path in research and teaching, depending on your background, your goal and your preferences.
This position is initially offered for a fixed term, but we aim to extend this term as demand continues to grow.
You will be trained up to doctoral level in a relevant field and you will be able to demonstrate experience in teaching, training or developing managers in HRM. You will be able to show recognition of your expertise, for example through publications, conference presentations, professional involvement, industry requests or the like. For higher levels, we would expect some experience leading projects or programs. With excellent communication skills, you will be able to collaborate effectively with students, executive learners, academics, practitioners and policy makers. You will be respectful to others and take a collegial approach. Experience teaching and leading modules or programs at postgraduate level and developing digital modules is preferred.
In return, you will have exciting career development opportunities, while joining a supportive team and environment and contributing to this increasingly important area within the school.
As a specialized postgraduate university, Cranfield’s world-class expertise, large-scale facilities and unmatched industry partnerships create leaders in technology and management on a global scale. Learn more about Cranfield and our unique impact here.
The Cranfield School of Management has long been recognized as a leading center of excellence for organizational behavior. It has never been out of the FT ranking of the top 10 “in-class” OB departments (in the world by subject), and was ranked # 1 globally in 2015. OB is at the heart of almost everyone. the programs of the School of Management. as we develop people for the future; Every business’s success depends on its people, and our graduates hold leadership positions in global companies, industry, consulting, charities, and non-profit businesses.
Read more about our work here https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/som/expertise/organizational-behaviour-and-applied-psychology
Our values and commitments
Our shared and stated values help define who we are and underpin everything we do: Ambition; Impact; Respect; and community. Find out more here.
We aim to create and maintain a culture in which everyone can work and study together and realize their full potential. Discover our main commitments on equality, diversity and inclusion and flexible working here. We are currently experimenting with hybrid working arrangements until April 2022. This means that the majority of our staff spend between 40% and 60% of their time working from the office where their functions permit.
How to register
For an informal discussion, please contact Professor Emma Parry at [email protected]