Lecturer in Organisation, Work and Technology
Organisation Work & Technology
Salary: £35,845 to £49,553
Closing Date: Monday 04 October 2021
Interview Date: Wednesday 20 October 2021
Our collegial and intellectually stimulating Department of Organisation, Work
and Technology is seeking a Lecturer able to contribute to our research and
teaching in Management and Organisation Studies. We are particularly keen to
recruit individuals able to teach areas including responsible management,
ethics, international management, social dimensions of information systems
and/or organisational change at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
You will have completed (or submitted at time of application– proof will be
required) a PhD and will have published at an international standard.
Further details of the Department can be found at
https:// www. lancaster.ac.uk/lums/owt/ Applicants are encouraged to consider how
their research interests fit with the department's research areas, and how
their teaching might contribute to our degree programmes. We encourage
applications that take a critical and interdisciplinary approach in line with
the strengths of the Department of Organisation, Work and Technology.
Lancaster University Management School was ranked first in the UK in research
power in the most recent (2014) Research Excellence Framework and is one of
few schools whose programs are accredited by all three international business
school accreditation bodies: AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB. It is envisaged that this
position will further strengthen the academic standing of LUMS as a world
class international management school.
Informal enquiries may be directed to: Professor Niall Hayes, Head of
Department of Organisation, Work and Technology, Lancaster University
Management School, (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.
Please note: Unless specified otherwise in the advert wording, all
advertised roles are UK based.
The University provides an environment that strongly supports the
individual needs of each employee, whilst promoting the importance of
wellbeing for all our colleagues. We have a range of support networks
available for our employees, and more information on these can be found on the
‘Working at Lancaster' information page.
We are committed to family-friendly and flexible working policies on an
individual basis. The University recognises and celebrates good employment
practice undertaken to address all inequality in higher education.
We warmly welcome applicants from all sections of the community regardless
of their age, religion, gender identity or expression, race, disability or
sexual orientation, and are committed to promoting diversity, and equality of