About the Position
The successful candidates will be expected to contribute to the research and teaching capacity of the School of Management, producing impactful papers in leading international, peer-reviewed journals and demonstrating ability or potential to bring in research grant income.
The successful candidates will demonstrate a track record of teaching and learning excellence in the area of management, including using blended and online delivery methods to provide an outstanding student learning experience.
The successful candidates will bring international experience, knowledge of work, management and managing in the Asia-Pacific and beyond, and understandings and practice of successful intercultural communication.
About the School of Management
The School of Management is one of Australia’s top management schools for research and teaching.
The School of Management has a complement of 45 academic staff, of which 8 are Professors leading internationally recognised research in the areas of Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Management, Digital Economy, and Work and Employment. Staff are research active: pursuing and winning research funds from government and industry; producing high quality publications and impactful research.
The School’s research makes an impact in the real world and in partnership with governments and industry, innovative solutions are created for complex problems through rigorous investigation and analysis. With some of the country’s best research resources, a strong research culture and close industry links, the School of Management’s research was rated Above World Average (ERA 4) in the 2015 Excellence in Research Australia exercise.
The School’s research success informs teaching across the Management and Human Resource Management courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels as well as into the MBA and the higher degree by research program. The undergraduate and postgraduate Human Resource Management programs are AHRI accredited while the curriculum is aligned with the US Society of HRM (SHRM). The curriculum is real world oriented, theoretically informed and applied. Students undertake authentic assessments while teaching and learning methods utilise technology and flexible opportunities. Our graduates can be found in their own entrepreneurial organisations, as well as in private and public sector organisations across the globe.
For further information please contact Professor Rowena Barrett, Head, School of Management on telephone +61 7 3138 1271 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
For the full position description and how to apply visit our website: www2.qut.edu.au/jobs/