The academic will be responsible in teaching and administration of undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education programs in the area of Management, Business Strategy and Innovation within the School. The academic will also be responsible for undertaking activities that maintain and develop scholarly research and the professional activities that are related to the discipline.
The role contributes primarily to teaching of management, business strategy and innovation related units at undergraduate and graduate levels and conducting competitive industry focused research on business, innovation and entrepreneurship. The areas of interest include but not limited to strategy management, international management, organisational change, business sustainability, entrepreneurship and innovation, management of innovation and project management.
Contribute to curriculum development, innovation, enhancement and quality assurance in the undergraduate and postgraduate units
Deliver innovative and excellent teaching, learning and assessment experiences for undergraduate and postgraduate students
Conduct original research, developing an active record of publication and starting to build a profile of grants and supervision
Participate in collaborations with other universities and with government, industry and/or civil society to drive research impact and educational excellence
Support the management of education, research and/or administration in the School through, for example, participation in committees
Skills & Experience
A doctoral qualification (PhD) or equivalent qualification
Demonstrated ability to teach in a university environment
Demonstrated ability to produce excellent research and supervision of Undergraduate/Honours students
Demonstrated ability to work with partners in universities, government and/or civil society
Demonstrated skills and experience in collaboration and teamwork
Research agenda must show high translational impact and must align with the Department’s research focus areas of i) Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets; and ii) People and Work