The Organizations and Innovation Group at the UCL School of Management is seeking applications for faculty positions at the Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor levels. We are particularly interested in research related to creativity, innovation, social networks, and related topics. The anticipated start date is 1 September 2020. We welcome applications from candidates pursuing topics related to either macro or micro organizational behavior.
University College London (UCL) is one of the world’s top universities. With an annual turnover exceeding £1.5 billion, it is a major research and education hub in London and globally. UCL’s staff and former students have included over 30 Nobel prize winners. It is a truly international community: more than one-third of our student body – more than 43,000 strong – come from 150 countries and nearly one-third of staff are from outside the UK. UCL offers more than 200 undergraduate programmes and more than 400 taught postgraduate programmes. Approximately 55% of the student community is engaged in graduate studies, with about 30% of these graduate students pursuing research degrees.
The UCL School of Management consists of five research groups: Organizations & Innovation, Strategy & Entrepreneurship, Operations & Technology, Marketing & Analytics, and Finance, Accounting & Economics. The Organizations and Innovation group includes Martin Kilduff, Sarah Harvey, Chia-Jung Tsay, James Berry, Colin Fisher, Joe Gladstone, Verena Krause, Blaine Landis, and Sunny Lee.
The School offers BSc, MSc, MBA and PhD programmes in Management, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Business Analytics, Information Technology Management for Business, Management Science. The School also teaches a variety of elective courses in finance, management and entrepreneurship for students from across UCL. See mgmt.ucl.ac.uk for more information about the school. As a research-focused group, tenure-track positions involve teaching only 2 courses per year (1 in year 1), with generous research support.
Successful candidates should have (or be close to completing) a Ph.D. from an accredited institution, possess a strong research record or demonstrate research potential in the area of organizational behavior (or a similar field) with a focus on producing world-leading research.
The UCL School of Management encourages diversity and a positive culture among all faculty, staff, and students. Our school is committed to building an intellectual community in which diversity, fairness, and inclusion are valued, and we encourages applications from women and other minorities. UCL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
If you are interested in exploring this opportunity, we will meet with promising candidates at the AOM meeting in Boston in August 2019. Please upload your CV by July 25 to be considered for a meeting at http://apply.interfolio.com/65263