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Professor in Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Innovation
Salary: Professorial, minimum of £63,836 per annum
Sunday 05 November 2017
Wednesday 22 November 2017
The Department of Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Innovation (DESI) at Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) is seeking to make an appointment of a Professor in Entrepreneurship. Applicants must have an excellent international research profile evidenced through publications in leading international peer-reviewed journals, an international reputation, evidence of significant grant funding and engagement with practice. The successful candidate will be expected to develop and provide leadership across the subject field through high profile research, teaching and managerial activities and further extend the Department’s international networks and collaborations, research profile and its strategy to advance and support its ambitions to lead entrepreneurship education, research and practice in the global arena. As a senior scholar, the applicant will also be expected to contribute actively to the social and academic lives at the Department as well as participate in the guidance of doctoral students and junior faculty.
The Department has been recognised by Elsevier as 7thin the world for publication quality in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Research. The department offers outstanding entrepreneurship programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and entrepreneurship is an increasingly important part of MBA study, with the Lancaster being ranked the 7thbest MBA for entrepreneurship in Europe according to Financial Times (2017). The Department houses a leading international Centre – the Centre for Family Business and also has a highly regarded Strategic Management Group. Members of the Department publish regularly in leading international journals such as Academy of Management Journal, British Journal of Management, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of International Business, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Strategic Management Journal, Organisation Studies, among others.
Moreover, members of the Department are active contributors to the international academic community holding key leadership positions in leading academic organizations, as well as Associate Editor and editorial board positions in leading journals. In 2015 it was runner up for the Academy of Management’s PTC Research Centre Impact Award. The Department also works closely with a dedicated business engagement function actively working with the business community; regionally, nationally and internationally. This creates a distinctive link to practice and excellent avenues for research. It also has a network of 50 entrepreneurs in residence (EiRs) who are actively engaged in the Department’s research and teaching activities. The combination of these activities have led to the achievement of Gold status in the Association of Business Schools Small Business Charter, an ESRC Outstanding Impact in Business award and a £32 million government grant to support the strengthening of the UK’s SME base. To deliver on its policy agenda, the Department also works closely with the University’s Work Foundation based in London.
Informal enquiries to Professor Duncan Angwin, Head of Department (Email: email@example.com)
Applicants should apply online and submit a covering letter outlining rationale for applying, a full CV, a supporting statement and an intended research programme (maximum 2 sides of A4).
We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.
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