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School/CompanyUniversity of Kent
Job TitleSenior Lecturer/Reader in Business Ethics and Sustainability
CountryUnited Kingdom
Job categoryAcademic
Career level[not specified]
Job typeFull-Time
Job description

Kent Business School is seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer/Reader in Business Ethics and Sustainability. We are looking for a dedicated scholar who is keen to make a strong contribution to both research and teaching in this area, as well as to our student enterprise and business engagement activities. The post-holder will lead the School’s Sustainability and Social Responsibility Agenda.

The successful applicant will lead and contribute to the delivery of Sustainability and Social Responsibility modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. In particular, the post holder will be expected to provide teaching in one or more of the following: business ethics and sustainable management and corporate social responsibility and sustainability management, or possibly new modules in the successful candidate’s own area of expertise.

In addition to previous teaching experience, the post holder should have a clearly defined research agenda with a track record or clear potential to publish in top peer-reviewed journals and leading or supporting research projects. The post holder will work closely with colleagues across the School and University to review and develop social responsibility and sustainability provision on our programmes and foster collaborative interdisciplinary research projects in this area.

While the post will be based at Canterbury, the successful candidate may be expected to take up teaching and other responsibilities at the University’s other campuses, study centres and off campus for the delivery of Higher and Degree Apprenticeships.

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Expiry date2021/05/02