Colleagues, we are hiring at TCD. Please check out the ad below.
Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin -
Trinity Business School
Assistant Professor in Human Resource Management
Trinity Business School delivers cutting-edge education at both undergraduate and postgraduate degree level. It also has some very successful executive education programmes and has ambitions for further expansion. Therefore, we are seeking to hire Assistant Professors in HRM who are motivated and passionate about their teaching and ultimately its impact on the careers of students, managers, and organisations.
While Trinity has an internationally competitive workload model which includes generous time for research, it is necessary to say that we are not looking for academics whose career aspirations are to only focus on research to the point of seeking to disengage from teaching and students. Instead, we want to hire Assistant Professors who will secure high course evaluation ratings and who will want to play an active role in developing and managing leading education programmes and experiences for students, executives and those engaged in financial markets.
A PhD or is close to completing a relevant PhD in one of the following areas: Human Resource Management, Employee Relations, Industrial Relations, Organisational Behaviour or Organisation Studies.
An extensive high-quality research publication portfolio commensurate with an Assistant Professor in HRM at a leading European business school (and at least one ABS3, ABS4 or ABS4* publication).
Experience and/or evidence of thought leadership engagement, with industry or business media would be an advantage.
An executive coaching certification is desirable but not necessary
To apply, please visit TCD's website: Click here
Please attach all required documents to the website including:
- Cover letter stating why the applicant wishes to be considered for this professorial chair.
- Full curriculum vitae to include your list of publications and the names and contact details of 3 referees (email addresses if possible).
- Research plan (summarising research to be carried out in the next two years and including details for funding to be sought – maximum of 2 pages).
- Teaching statement (summarising teaching experience and approach – maximum of 2 pages).
- Leadership/innovation statement – outlining the innovation, project, and development that the candidate would like to initiate at Trinity Business School (Maximum of 2 pages)
For fullest consideration, please apply by 12 Noon GMT, 12 April 2023. The position will remain open until filled.
If you have questions, please contact Professor Na Fu firstname.lastname@example.org or Professor Wlad Rivkin email@example.com
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Associate Professor and Communications Officer of the OB Division
Trinity Business School