Opportunities in the School of Economics, Finance and Law

We are seeking to appoint a number of Lecturers/Senior Lecturers and Associate Professors/Professor to strengthen our academic and research community across the School of Economics, Finance and Law at our Chelmsford and Cambridge campuses.

You'll work with others to co-create knowledge and co-teach, with experience in enhancing the student experience and contribution to teaching excellence.

We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in research posts in the school. Appointments will always be made on merit.

Economics and International Business

Associate Professor in International Business (School Lead for Innovation and Knowledge Exchange) (1.0 FTE)
Within our Economics and International Business subject group, we have one Associate Professor appointment to be made. You will work with academic and professional colleagues to develop opportunities for income generation through research, knowledge exchange, consultancy, and short courses, and to deliver impact from projects. This would include deepening networks with local and international businesses and government, seeking KTP opportunities, and leading on funding applications. You will also lead on KEF within the School, working with colleagues in the Faculty and University to deliver high quality submissions.

You will work closely with members of the Centre for Applied Business and Economics Research and Evaluation (CABERE) within the School of Economics, Finance and Law. CABERE which brings together colleagues with research and professional expertise in Economics, Finance and International Business to examine the economics of equality and diversity in labour markets, health inequalities, migration, human rights, development, information and communications technology, innovation and diffusion, inequalities in education access and outcomes, inequality in academic careers. You will participate in debates between contrasting theoretical perspectives and opposed economic policies. Through an interdisciplinary approach, you will seek to improve the effective development of theory and its application.

Job description and person specification: Associate Professor in International Business

Lecturers/Senior Lecturers in Economics
Lecturers/Senior Lecturers in International Business
We have four appointments to be made, three at either Lecturer/Senior Lecturer depending on experience and one at Senior Lecturer with a focus on supporting the school to improve our student continuation, satisfaction, and graduate-level employability.

You will teach undergraduate and postgraduate courses in economics or international business. You will also be expected to contribute to the supervision of PhD students and to the department research strategy.

Job description and person specification: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Economics

Job description and person specification: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in International Business

Accounting and Finance

Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance (1.0 FTE)
Within our Accounting and Finance subject group, we have one appointment for a Senior Lecturer with a focus on economics. You will be the ACCA lead for the School and focus on the development of accreditations, work-based learning and short courses.

The School of Economics, Finance and Law is home to the Centre for Applied Business and Economics Research and Evaluation (formally the Centre for Pluralist Economics). You will support the development of the accounting and finance stream of research work.

Job description and person specification: Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance

Supply Chain Management

Associate Professor in Supply Chain Management (1.0 FTE)
Within our Supply Chain Management subject group, we have one Associate Professor appointment to be made with a focus on supporting development of research within Supply Chain Management. You will also undertake teaching and other academic activities within our Faculty as well as supporting the development of the Centre for Intelligent Supply Chains by working with academic and professional colleagues to develop opportunities for income generation through research, knowledge exchange, consultancy, high quality peer-review papers and to deliver impact from projects.

In addition, you will carry out administrative tasks and student pastoral care commensurate with an academic position.

Job description and person specification: Associate Professor in Supply Chain Management

Lecturers/Senior Lecturers in Supply Chain Management (1.0 FTE)
We are seeking to appoint three Lecturers/Senior Lecturers depending on experience in Supply Chain Management to join the School of Economics, Finance and Law within the subject area of Operations Management.

The School of Economics, Finance and Law is home to the Centre for Intelligent Supply Chains; you will support the development of this growing area of research.

Job description and person specification: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Supply Chain Management

Law

Professor in Law (1.0 FTE)
Within our Business and Law subject group, we have one Professor appointment to be made with a focus to support the development of research within Law especially regarding mentoring our academic colleagues in Law to excel in their research. We are open to a broad range of interdisciplinary scholars and to someone with new insights and fresh perspectives, particularly in public law and access to justice and inclusion.

You will undertake research and engage in dialogue relating to areas within the interest of the Centre for Access to Justice and Inclusion. You will do this through influencing policy initiatives and decision-making in this area on the basis of evidence-based practice; working closely with the community, as well as external and internal partners, in order to frame research agendas and co-produce knowledge with real-world application; enhancing the impact of our research in our community; nurturing and enhancing the research environment within the Faculty of Business and Law by bringing together postgraduate research students, early career researchers, experienced academics and experienced legal practitioners to collaborate on interdisciplinary research projects.

You will also be expected to contribute to the teaching of law on our LLB and LLM courses as well as the supervision of PhD students. In addition, you will carry out administrative tasks and student pastoral care commensurate with an academic position.

Job description and person specification: Professor in Law

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Business and Law (0.7 FTE)
We are seeking to appoint one part-time Lecturer/Senior Lecturer depending on experience with a focus on law. You will teach undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Law and be expected to contribute to development of the student experience.

The School of Economics, Finance and Law is home to the Centre for Access to Justice and Inclusion, you will support the development of this growing area of research.

Job description and person specification: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Law

How to apply

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Include a CV and supporting statement describing which of the positions you wish to be considered for, and how your skills and experience match the criteria in the person specification.