The School of Business and Management (SBM) seeks to recruit an outstanding researcher and teacher to a lectureship in heritage management. Experienced candidates with a strong publications record are encouraged to apply. All applicants should have the ability to teach and supervise effectively across our main undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)
QMUL has been recognised as a top 100 university in the Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings, and placed 9th in the UK among multi-faculty institutions in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework. It is the fourth largest college in the University of London and is growing rapidly through sustained investments in facilities on one of London’s largest campuses (Mile End), excellent research and improving the student experience. QMUL is a highly internationalised university, but with deep roots and continuing engagement with East London communities.
School of Business and Management
The School has been undergoing a period of rapid growth, doubling our number of academic staff over the last five years. We presently have around 85 academic staff, with more appointments in process. We have over 1100 undergraduate Business Studies students plus approximately 800 students taking business in combination with other degree subjects within QMUL. At the post-graduate level we have around 700 Masters Students and a well-established doctoral programme of around 60 doctoral students.
We are a distinctive School that takes a humanities and social science led approach to our scholarship. We are a large school within QMUL’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS), with its traditional strengths as a site of critical thinking in the humanities, law, history, geography and politics.
SBM recently re-committed to our core purpose, that is, to promote social justice, sustainability and good governance in the management of private, public and voluntary organisations through our research and education. We organise our activities thematically, cross-cutting traditional divisions between disciplinary departments.
Lecturer in Heritage Management
You will be able to demonstrate the capacity to research and publish at an internationally excellent level or higher (at least 3 in the recent REF) in the broad area of heritage management. You will lead and deliver QMUL’s contribution to a new MA in Heritage Management to be delivered jointly with Historic Royal Palaces, a programme designed to train the heritage leaders of the future in areas of heritage histories, theory and practice with the first intake of students beginning their studies in 2018.
You should have a completed doctorate (or have a doctorate under examination) by September 2018, in a relevant subject such as Heritage Studies, Heritage Management, Art/Architectural History, Archaeology, or British/British and European History. You should be able to demonstrate a good understanding of heritage management theory and practice, and a commitment to cross-disciplinary learning.
The new MA is a Faculty-wide initiative, and will offer students the opportunity to select modules and dissertation topics from across the spectrum of humanities and social sciences disciplines represented at Queen Mary. A significant element of the role will be supporting, coordinating and nurturing the collaborative partnership with Historic Royal Palaces. Candidates whose research profile fits more closely with that of other Schools within the Faculty may be offered the opportunity to situate their research activities within an alternative academic School. You are asked to highlight any experience of grant and contract research, particularly of projects that have demonstrable impacts beyond academia.
The post is full time and permanent. Applicants who wish to be considered for a job-share arrangement or for flexible working are welcome. The School is proud of its long-standing commitment to diversity and equality, and will be applying for an Athena Swan award in April 2018 in recognition of this. Queen Mary is committed to improving the gender and cultural diversity of its workforce and welcomes applicants from all sections of the community.
Starting salary will be in the range £40,865 – £50,881 per annum inclusive of London Allowance and include 30 days annual leave, USS pension scheme membership, and interest-free travel season ticket loan.
Your online application should include a CV plus a brief outline of your research plans and evidence of your teaching (for example recent evaluations and teaching awards or other recognition). As part of the selection process you will be asked to present to members of the School on your research and on your teaching. The post is available any time after 1st August 2018.
Enquiries can be addressed to Professor Frances Bowen, Dean firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about the School can be found at http://www.busman.qmul.ac.uk/. To apply for this position, please click on the link below.
The closing date for applications is Wednesday 16 May 2018. Interviews are expected to be held shortly thereafter 2018.
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