The University of Wolverhampton

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Employment Law and HR

Location
Wolverhampton Campus
Faculty/Department
Faculty of Social Sciences
Contract Type
Permanent
Advert Status
Salary
34,520 - 49,149 pa
Closing Date
13/07/2018
Job Reference
11292
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This is an exciting time to join the University of Wolverhampton Business School.  Our new purpose built facilities demonstrate our commitment to providing an excellent student experience and as the University of Opportunity our mission is to support students to fulfil their potential and realise their career ambitions. 

 

We seek an enthusiastic colleague with expertise of working, teaching and researching in Human Resources with Employment Law to work with a range of students across our programme portfolio.  You will be expected to teach on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and to have expertise in the following areas: Employment Law, Managing Employment Relations, Developing Skills for Business Leaders and Research methods for Business.  Interest/experience in topics such as International HRM, Leadership, and the requirement of the CIPD professional standards would be advantageous.  You will be expected to supervise undergraduate and postgraduate projects and dissertations in their area of expertise.

 

You will join the supportive and collegiate Department of Human Resources and Leadership.  The department provides a range of modules which contribute towards the Business School’s recently revalidated suite of courses in the business and management field. In addition to teaching on accredited courses, staff in the department develop and nurture links with commercial organisations through the provision of short courses, delivery of executive seminars and applied research

 

 For an informal discussion please contact Janet Firth, Head of Department, 01902 323663 or j.firth@wlv.ac.uk

 


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