Post Specification 033758
Post Title: Assistant Professor in Business Ethics, Tenure Track
Post Status: Tenure Track
Department/Faculty: Trinity Business School, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin
Reports To: Dean of the Trinity Business School
Location: Main Campus and TBSI, Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin
Salary: Appointment will be made on the Lecturer Salary Scale at a point in line with Government Pay Policy [€34,214 to €83,102 per annum]. http://www.tcd.ie/hr/assets/pdf/monthly_academic.pdf
Hours of Work: Hours of work for academic staff are those as prescribed under Public Service Agreements. For further information please follow the link below:
APPLICATIONS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED BY E-RECRUITMENT: http://jobs.tcd.ie
Closing Date: 12 Noon (Irish time) Friday 30th August 2019
Interview dates Interviews are expected to take place in September/ October 2019
This position is a Tenure Track position which is 5-years in the first instance, permanency is subject to satisfying the tenure requirements.
Trinity Business School is in the midst of a transformative high growth strategy. It is currently
one of the fastest growing Business Schools in the Developed World and accredited by EQUIS
and AMBA. It is engaged in significant levels of recruitment of faculty and professional staff
plus investing €80 million in a new state of the art building at the heart of Dublin City. The
School is implementing extensive innovation in both undergraduate and postgraduate
degrees as well as in a new portfolio of executive education. All of these activities are
delivering impactful programmes, which are underpinned by personal development, ethical
values, rigorous research and cutting-edge expertise from industry. The mission is to build
upon Trinity Business School’s niche high quality education offering and develop a full
portfolio of activities commensurate with a leading international business school. Business
Ethics is a core component of our mission and plays a particularly important role in our
teaching portfolio and in the development of research and social innovation and engagement.
The School intends to hire research-active academics who at Assistant Professor level will
have a minimum of one publication ranked by the Chartered Association of Business School
(ABS) at least a 3 Star level. Applicants with publications in the FT list of preferred
management research journals are particularly welcome.
Trinity Business School delivers cutting-edge education at both undergraduate and
postgraduate degree level. It has also launched some very successful executive education
degree programmes with ambitions for further expansion. Therefore, we are seeking to hire
a professor who is motivated and passionate about their teaching and ultimately its impact on
the careers of students, managers, organisations and society. While Trinity has an
internationally competitive workload model which includes generous time for research, it is
fair to say that we are not looking for a professor whose career aspiration is to only focus on
research to the point of seeking to disengage from teaching and students. Instead, we want
to hire a professor who through teaching excellence will secure high course evaluation ratings
and who will want to play an active role in developing leading education programmes and
experiences for students and executives/entrepreneurs.
The ideal candidate(s) for the post(s) will have a relevant PhD, high quality research
publications and will be able to demonstrate excellence in teaching, research and
administration, consistent with the demands of modern business education. Beyond this
criteria, industry expertise and/or a professional qualification will be an advantage.
Candidates should have excellent communication, organisation and interpersonal skills, with
the ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
Informal enquiries can be made to:
Professor Gemma Donnelly-Cox (firstname.lastname@example.org or +353-1-896-2316), Professor Mary LeeRhodes (email@example.com or +353-1-896-1583) or to Professor Andrew Burke, Dean of the
Trinity Business School by e-mail: DeanTBS@tcd.ie