Swansea University - School of Management
|Salary:||£30,046 to £33,797 Grade 7|
|Placed On:||16th November 2020|
|Closes:||13th December 2020|
This position will be based at the Bay Campus, Swansea
In 2015, the School of Management moved to a new custom built facility on the new Swansea University Science and Innovation Campus (representing one of the largest ever investments by a UK university in new facilities). The School occupies a £23 million beach-front building, with potential for further extension, and as we undertake a significant expansion of the School, we are currently seeking a number of talented individuals to join us as Post-Doctoral Affiliates as we pursue this vision. The role of a Post-Doctoral Affiliate will be to work closely with a designated research lead in contributing to the School research strategy, and to the delivery of excellent research-led teaching.
- A PhD in a relevant subject area. PhD completion (not withstanding Viva) in a relevant subject area.
- Ability to actively engage with the discipline, including contributing to writing and presenting research at conferences of appropriate quality. At least one presentation of peer-reviewed material at an external conference (preferably international and of high- standing) during their PhD studies (or within the last two years), or experience as a reviewer for conferences/journals of appropriate quality.
- Ability to undertake effective delivery of teaching and assessment within a formal taught portfolio. Typically, experience in at least one UG or PG module of a range of teaching delivery and assessment activities to include at least seminar delivery and participation in marking.
- Ability to conduct independent research and teaching activities under suitable guidance. Activities leading to production of doctoral thesis.
- Up-to-date and proficient computer skills.
- Ability to problem-solve using initiative to propose practical and workable solutions.
- Willingness and ability to travel if required in order to perform duties aligned with the main purpose of the post.
- Ability to contribute to development of research articles for publication in peer-reviewed journals of suitable quality.
- Ability to plan research outputs and dissemination in peer-reviewed journals and conferences of suitable standing in a relevant subject area.
- Successful completion of an initial teaching preparation course.
- Ability to participate in activities in a unit/research group beyond own immediate research/teaching commitments.
- Experience of working as part of a research team to deliver research outcomes, involving both implementation of existing research designs and development of future research.
Informal Enquiries please contact – Professor Katrina Pritchard - [email protected]