Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Work

Lancaster University
April 14, 2023
Offerd Salary:£54,949 to £61,823
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Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Work

Organisation Work & Technology Salary: £54,949 to £61,823 Closing Date: Friday 14 April 2023 Interview Date: Thursday 11 May 2023 Reference: 0112-23

The Department of Organisation, Work and Technology and the Division of Health Research at Lancaster University are seeking a Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Work within the Centre for Organisational Health & Well-being. Sustainable work means achieving working conditions that support people in engaging and remaining in work throughout an extended working life with a primary focus on healthy work design, job quality and developing a responsible/ethical work culture. We are particularly keen to recruit researchers in areas including work and health policy, and responsible leadership for the promotion of sustainable work and well-being.

The successful candidate must have a PhD in a relevant discipline and an established track record of internally excellent research and competent teaching. You will contribute to research and teaching in Management and Organisation Studies and Organisational Health and Well-being. You will be enthusiastic to drive a relevant and innovative research agenda and you will have demonstrated research leadership including attracting and managing relevant research funding, and supervising doctoral students. You will also have demonstrated leadership in teaching including assuming relevant senior roles, developing new teaching programmes and modules and attracting undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Further details of the Department of Organisation, Work and Technology, the Division of Health Research, and the Centre for Organisational Health and Well-being can be found at:

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Applicants are encouraged to consider how their research interests fit with the relevant departments' 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 and the Division of Health Research.

Lancaster University Management School was ranked first in the UK in research power in the most recent Research Excellence Framework (2021) 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.

The Division of Health Research provides an authoritative voice in research and education. We are valued globally, nationally and regionally for the quality and policy/practice relevance of our research, education and training and for our contribution to knowledge exchange. This improves service provision and care through better-prepared professionals, practitioners, policymakers and health researchers.

Members of the Division of Health Research come from a wide range of academic disciplines and professional backgrounds. We have a well-established reputation for conducting excellent academic research that is both interdisciplinary and translational.

Informal enquiries may be directed to: Professor Stavroula Leka ([email protected]).

Lancaster University is committed to creating an environment where everyone can thrive and fulfil their potential and is expressed by initiatives linked with recruiting, recognising, and supporting protected characteristics including age, disability, gender identity, race, religion and sex and sexual orientation in alignment with the Equality Act 2010.

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