University of Manchester, Manchester Business School
The University of Manchester, Manchester Business School invites applications for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Public Economics. Internationally competitive salary.
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Public Economics (Ref: HUM-01180)
JOB DESCRIPTION: With expertise in applied areas as public finance, regulation, and/or economic development, you will be expected to contribute to research and engagement within the School's Centre for Infrastructure Development, to teach in degree programmes, particularly at the post-graduate level (including the MBA and several applied MSc programmes), and participate in executive education, as appropriate. You could have membership in any of the School's four departments, depending on your background and interests (Accounting Innovation, Management Marketing, Operations Management & Service Systems; and People, Management & Organisations). A candidate hired as a Senior Lecturer would have opportunities to provide leadership within the Centre for Infrastructure Development, helping to broaden its reach and shape its agenda.
ABOUT THE BUSINESS SCHOOL: MBS is the largest campus-based Business School in the UK, with over 250 full-time academics from many disciplines and national origins. Its student body comes from every continent, and the School operates small campuses in six foreign countries. MBS enjoys close ties with government agencies in the UK and abroad, and with many multi-national companies and SMEs. Its network of 50,000 alumni are well-placed in leading businesses, government organisations, and universities around the world. The MBA programme is consistently ranked among the best in the UK and globally, and its doctoral programme has been ranked as the world's best by the Financial Times for four of the past five years.
ABOUT THE CENTRE: The Centre for Infrastructure Development is the leading research and engagement centre located in a Business School, focused on infrastructure lifecycle finance and funding, new infrastructure business models and ecosystems, leadership challenges, and complex project management across a number of subsectors. Its affiliated faculty comes from MBS and other Schools in the University. The Centre is operated in partnership with an international membership organisation, providing researchers access to institutional investors, state agencies, consultants, contractors, and private and public infrastructure owners and stakeholders. More information about CID is available on http://research.mbs.ac.uk/infrastructure
APPLICATIONS/FURTHER INFORMATION: The University of Manchester values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. For further information and to apply please visit http://www.manchester.ac.uk/aboutus/jobs
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The search committee will begin reviewing applications after 15 November 2012.