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Lecturer in Innovation Management

Faculty of Professional & Social Sciences

Location:  Hendon
Starting Salary:  £38,206 to £43,887 per annum
Grade:  Grade 7
Contract Type:  Permanent
FTE:  1
Date Posted:  Friday 13 March 2020
Closing Date:  Sunday 12 April 2020
Reference:  BUS203B
Job Details:    Job Description    

About the Job

The Department of Management, Leadership and Organization is the biggest department in the Business School. The Department has recently embarked on a major transformation, including an ambitious plan to renew our existing programme portfolio whilst developing new, innovative programmes. As part of this transformation, we are looking to make a range of new appointments in the areas of Analytics, Innovation, Organisational Behaviour/Organisational Psychology, Leadership & Workforce Management, HRM Practice, HRM Strategy & Analytics/ Pay, Reward & Performance Management/ Employee Engagement & Employee Relations.

This is an exciting opportunity for talented individuals to make a direct contribution to our next stage in development and help us to keep building an exceptional learning environment, fit for the 21st-century. The jobs combine research endeavours with Learning & Teaching and Knowledge Transfer to strengthen the School’s research-teaching nexus and Knowledge Transfer for the benefit of students, School, University and the wider community.

About You

We support a personalised hands-on approach to Learning & Teaching and interactive learning empowering students to develop skills for their future and get ready for success in a changing world. We welcome applications from challenge-seeking academics, looking for an innovative context and seeking to make their mark in a dynamic environment. You must be flexible, creative, innovative, ambitious for yourself, your colleagues and above all committed to your students. We have a uniquely diverse student base, so our tutors must be culturally aware and able to engage with such a demanding group.

You will engage in self-directed scholarship to ensure that your Learning & Teaching reflects current thinking and practice.

You will be willing to undertake administrative responsibilities, subject to operational needs.

You will bring:

•             A demonstrable specialism in the specified area and the ability and willingness to work across the wider subject domain.

•             An enthusiasm for Learning & Teaching, and the skills to share your expertise in innovative ways to engage and motivate learners.

•             A commitment to scholarship to inform curriculum development and delivery.

•             Either a track record of research outputs or evidence of substantial, successful professional practice.

•             Cultural sensitivity and a commitment to equality and inclusion.

•             Personal values that align with our commitment to social impact.


Middlesex University has been named the best young university in London and, for the second year in a row, ranked as one of the best 150 young universities in the world in the Times Higher Education’s Young University Rankings 2020.

It is ranked within the top-100 best universities in the UK and is currently #218 in the world in the Business & Economics disciplines in the US News ranking of Global universities. In October 2018, Middlesex was the first university to receive UK Investor in Equality and Diversity Charter Mark. At Middlesex, learning from our diversity, teamwork, and collegiality are considered as important as individual excellence.

Middlesex University's Business School offers a broad portfolio of programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels including degree apprenticeships, supportive research culture and infrastructure, and maintains a number of successful academic partnerships in the UK and internationally.

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