The Business Analytics, Circular Economy and Supply Chain (BACES) Research Centre is currently taking a leading role in shaping and driving the Business Analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) field for the School and University. As a result, the School is committed to supporting this strategy with the appointment of a Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Business Analytics and Artificial Intelligence. You will be contributing to high-quality management education and research, tailored to meet the needs of evolving business landscape and shape the world we live in.
The ideal candidate must possess a Doctorate in a relevant field and will be expected to have a research track record at 3* or 4* CABS journal level and continue to be research active with grant capture activity and ambition. The candidate will be expected to lead and contribute to the development and direction of the AI and Business area focusing on developing research as well as teaching materials in terms of Business Data Analytics, Applied Machine Learning and Big Data Strategy and any other similar topics at School and University level. Associate Professor candidates will need to evidence programme leadership experience. Ideally, the candidate must have technical skillsets such as data analytics, modelling and simulation and have prior knowledge of using relevant software packages such as SAS and open source tools such as R and Python for teaching within a business and management context. The post holder will be expected to contribute to digital learning teaching, working closely with established partners and contributing towards the School's leading FT ranked distance learning MBA programme. The successful candidate will also need to evidence business and community engagement activities with local and international business/organisations.
The School of Management is an equal opportunity employer which welcomes applicants from all backgrounds and supports an inclusive work environment for its staff.
This role will be offered at grade 8 (Lecturer) or 9 (Assistant Professor) dependent on experience.
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