Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management/Organisational Behaviour

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  • University of Northampton, University Drive, Northampton, UK View on Map
  • Post Date: May 20, 2019
  • Apply Before : June 9, 2019
  • Salary: £34,189.00 - £48,677.00 / Yearly
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  • Proposed Salary 48,677 Annum
  • Career Level Staff
  • Experience 2 Years
  • Gender Any
  • Industry Education
  • Qualifications Bachelor Degree
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Job Description

Part Time: 0.5 FTE

Following several years of strong domestic growth and international expansion, the Faculty of Business and Law (FBL) is seeking an innovative specialist in Human Resource Management & Organisational Behaviour to join our HRM & OB Subject Group.

The Faculty, one of four in the University of Northampton, is renowned for high quality teaching and research supported by strong links with professional bodies and commerce.  The Subject Group currently offers a range of Human Resource and Management Programmes and plays an important part in delivery and supervision of our DBA programme.

For those applying for Lecturer position you will have a Master’s qualification and chartered membership of CIPD, with experience of developing and delivering HRM & OB portfolios at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.  Experience of programme leadership, distance learning and learning technologies, in addition to practical experience within the HRM sector to complement academic credentials, would also be strongly advantageous. Applicants for Senior Lecturer positions will need to have a PhD and a desire to support doctoral programmes.

We offer a pleasant, supportive working environment; moreover, you will be part of a continuing success story and will share in the accolades that follow.

Interview Date: Thursday 27 June 2019

The University of Northampton’s focus on a personalised learning experience for our students was recently cited by HEFCE as a reason for our Gold award in the Teaching Excellence Framework 2017. To augment this approach further we have adopted an ‘Active Blended Learning’ (ABL) approach which places greater emphasis on student-centred activities that support the development of subject knowledge, understanding, independent learning and digital fluency. Successful candidates for academic posts at the University of Northampton will be expected to adopt ABL as standard in their teaching practice.

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