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Reader in Marketing - Newcastle University

Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne
Salary: Not specified
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent

At an exciting time for Newcastle University Business School we are looking to appoint a Reader in Marketing (Teaching and Scholarship) to work collaboratively with colleagues to develop, lead and deliver an ambitious learning and teaching strategy.

The successful applicant will support delivery of outstanding Undergraduate and Postgraduate student experience which educates global business school graduates who can contribute positively to society, organisations and the economy. Working with colleagues across Newcastle University and extensively with the new Business School Director, Senior Executive Board, Heads of Undergraduate and Postgraduate and Degree Programme Directors, they will provide inspirational and visible leadership to colleagues across the four Subject Groups. The successful individual will make a significant contribution to the future success of the Business School.

Applicants for the posts should hold a PhD in Marketing or an international area of the Marketing, Operations and Systems Subject Group and have a sustained record of excellence in learning and teaching, quality assurance and enhancement and actively engage in research, particularly pedagogical, programme development and international activities. The appointee will have substantial experience of successful leadership and management of learning and teaching activities and student engagement and satisfaction in a business school. Appointees will join an international, triple accredited business school with a vibrant research community and commitment to scholarship, where they will be supported to fulfil their career aspirations.

Further details about the Newcastle University Business School are available at

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