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Teaching Fellow or Senior Teaching Fellow in Human Resource Development

Company:Portsmouth Business School, University of Portsmouth

Location:United Kingdom / Portsmouth

Discipline:Human Resource Development

Employment Type:Permanent Full-time

Posted:2019-03-19

Faculty of Business and Law

Organisation Studies and Human Resource Management

Teaching Fellow or Senior Teaching Fellow in Human Resource Development

Employment type:  Permanent

Employment basis:  Full-time

Salary:  Teaching Fellow £35,211 - £38,460 per annum

Senior Teaching Fellow £39,609 - £48,677 per annum

Post number: ZZ602509

Date published: 18 March 2019

Closing date: 12 May 2019

Interview date: 04 June 2019

The University of Portsmouth achieved the highest ‘Gold’ rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) the UK government’s first assessment of teaching excellence in higher education. The Faculty of Business and Law has a track record of sustained excellence in teaching and research as evidenced by the consistently very high student satisfaction scores in the National Student Survey, the excellent employability record of our graduates, and the results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF2014) submission. The breadth and depth of our research was viewed by the REF2014 panel as having an outstanding and very significant impact in economic, social and policy-making terms, placing us in the top 10% for impact; 87.5% of our research environment was rated as internationally excellent; and 62% of our research as world-leading or internationally excellent. We offer a full range of degree programmes across business, management, accounting, finance and economics, including PhD and the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) programme. We combine excellence in research and scholarship with considerable business and consultancy experience, and provide leadership in the development and dissemination of sustainable business and management practice.

The Faculty of Business and Law has a vibrant environment and is ambitious. We wish to build upon our existing strengths and considerable recent success by investing in excellence. We seek to appoint a Teaching Fellow or Senior Teaching Fellow in Human Resource Development. The successful candidates are likely to hold a doctorate, or be close to completion. Professional qualifications and senior professional experience will be considered. You will be committed to excellence in teaching at all levels, and support to develop teaching skills is available for less experienced staff. You will be expected to make a contribution to scholarship and knowledge.  You will have drive, an innovative approach to learning and teaching, and enjoy working collaboratively in a dynamic environment.

Applications must be made in accordance with the details available from Human Resources at the University of Portsmouth.

Informal enquiries may be made to the Head of the relevant subject group by contacting  Gary Rees, gary.rees@port.ac.uk.

Please note this post is also available as ZZ602509 – Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Development

Although the post is available as either a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer or Teaching Fellow or Senior Teaching Fellow, only one appointment will be made. Please note each post has a different person specification/ job description. You should also indicate in the ‘reasons for applying section’ whether you wish to be considered for the Lecturer or Senior Lecturer position.

For detailed information about the vacancy, please select this link: ZZ602509 - Teaching Fellow or Senior Teaching in Human Resource Development.docx

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