Chair in Sports Business

     
EmployerUniversity of Liverpool
Published18 May 2017
WorkplaceLiverpool, North West England, UK
CategoryBusiness / Economics
PositionProfessorship

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Chair in Sports Business

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Salary Negotiable

05-Jun-2017 10:00

AACSB accredited and with its full-time MBA ranked in the Economist top 100, ULMS sits in the top 5% of business schools globally. Led by its recently appointed Director, Professor Julia Balogun, and with strong ongoing investment from the University in faculty and facilities, it is well positioned to enhance its national and international standing as it moves into its next phase of development, giving emphasis to developing the volume and reach of its world-class research activity

ULMS has 170 academic staff who enjoy a collegial, research-supportive and intellectually vibrant interdisciplinary environment. Well-connected with industry and the professions, the School┐s research activity and external relationships have clear real-world impact. In addition to the main Liverpool campus, ULMS offers a range of postgraduate programmes at its London campus in Finsbury Square, and significant online provision, as well as programme and research collaborations with its international partner, Xi┐an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, near Shanghai

The Chair in Sports Business will join the School┐s Centre for Sports Business, delivering specialist postgraduate and executive programmes. The appointee will provide academic leadership through making an outstanding scholarly contribution to research in Sports and through mentoring and developing academic colleagues. The Chair will teach on undergraduate, postgraduate and executive programmes, undertake curriculum development, and help shape the development of research and teaching within the Centre and across the School.

Publishing in world-class journals, with a track record in Impact, the appointee will be recognised internationally as a leader in the field of Sports research. The ability to provide outstanding research and education leadership, and to develop colleagues, alongside a strong network of contacts in the international academic community, are key requirements of the role.

Salary will be internationally competitive, commensurate with the appointee┐s potential.

Formal interviews will be held at the University on 28 June 2017, with short-listed candidates being invited to give a presentation to the School and meet academic colleagues the day before.


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