Senior Lecturer/Reader in Management

Bristol, England, United Kingdom
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Senior Lecturer/Reader in Management ACAD103286

£50,618 – £56,950 per annum (pro rata for part time) + competitive recruitment supplement

The world will change again today.

Help shape its future.

The School of Economics, Finance and Management at the University of Bristol is single-minded in its focus to address critically the challenges that face individuals, organisations and society at large during the 21st Century. Our community of international scholars is drawn from a wide range of complementary disciplines; their research already plays a significant role in shaping global policy and practice.

Our Department of Management is continuing its period of exciting growth which is creating further new opportunities. We are seeking high-calibre, original thinkers and innovators to help us pioneer a cutting-edge department and school.

Working in tandem with the University’s new strategy and Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus development, we will continue to take a unique interdisciplinary social sciences approach to tackling the big issues triggered by globalisation, inequality, environmental and social sustainability, disruptive technologies, innovation and entrepreneurialism.

This is a rare opportunity to be in the vanguard of unprecedented expansion at a truly world-class university.

We are looking for high calibre and committed Senior Lecturer/Readers in Operations Management with interests across the following areas:

  • Healthcare
  • Operations, Supply Chain, Data Analytics, Project Management and Logistics
  • Sustainability

Informal enquiries to: Professor Jonathan Beaverstock, Head of Department by telephoning Jo Maltby-Webb, PA on +44 (0)117 4282915; and Professor Palie Smart, Head of the Operations Management Group (palie.smart@bristol.ac.uk) or by telephoning +44 (0)117 39 40524.

How to apply

The University is committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive culture. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities.

To apply please visit our website at www.bris.ac.uk/jobs enter the vacancy number into the job search and follow the link to the online application process.

Founded in 1872, and receiving its Royal Charter in 1909, the University has had plenty of time to build and maintain its strong reputation as a teaching and research institution. At Bristol we have students and staff from well over 120 countries who contribute strongly to the international feel of the institution. The cosmopolitan nature of the University is mirrored in the city too, with its restaurants, food shops, cultural societies and festivals all stemming from a large, permanently resident and highly participative international community.