|Salary:||£33,797 to £38,017 per annum (pro rata)|
|Placed On:||16th November 2020|
|Closes:||13th December 2020|
The School of Management’s ambition is to focus on the global and societal challenges of our time. It seeks to be a pluralistic school that values inclusive inquiry – an approach to intellectual work that engages different academic and non-academic partners with the highest levels of professional respect for alternative world views. Our scholars are conducting world leading research in innovation, management science, organisation studies, health/public sector management, human/employment relations, business history, marketing, consumption, sustainability, international management and strategy. The School of Management is continuing its period of exciting growth which is creating further new opportunities. We are seeking high-calibre, original thinkers and innovators with to help us pioneer a globally leading school.
We are looking for a high calibre and committed Teaching Associate in Quantitative Analysis, which is a predominantly teaching focussed part time role (0.5 FTE). This is an open ended post with fixed funding until the 31st October 2023. The salary is £33,797 - £38,017 per annum (pro rata).
What will I be doing?
The key elements of the role are:
You should apply if
The successful applicant will have experience of teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and engagement with pedagogical research is vital. The ideal applicant will be a team player with excellent communication skills and have the enthusiasm to engage fully in the school and deliver our portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, including dissertation supervision. Applicants who have experience in Quantitative Analysis in Management, Managerial Decision Making and/or Quantitative Research Methods with a background in (STATA, SPSS), data management are welcome. It is equally vital that the successful candidate can contribute to our citizenship and leadership plans.
Informal enquiries to:
Informal enquiries concerning this post can be made to:
Umair Tanveer, Director of Resource Planning and Workload Allocation: [email protected]
Xiaojun Wang, Head of the Operations Management Science, Innovation and Healthcare Academic Group: [email protected]
The University of Bristol is committed to equality and we value the diversity of our staff and students.