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UCL School of Management – Assistant Professor in Strategy & Entrepreneurship

  • 1.  UCL School of Management – Assistant Professor in Strategy & Entrepreneurship

    Posted 06-28-2022 18:21

    The Strategy & Entrepreneurship Group at the UCL School of Management is seeking applications for a faculty position at the Assistant Professor level in strategy and entrepreneurship. We are particularly interested in research related to strategy, entrepreneurship, innovation, and technology. The anticipated starting date is 1 September 2023.

    University College London (UCL) is one of the world's top universities. At its establishment in 1826, UCL was radical and responsive to the needs of society, and this ethos – that excellence should go hand-in-hand with enriching society – continues today. UCL's excellence extends across all academic disciplines; from one of Europe's largest and most productive hubs for biomedical science interacting with several leading London hospitals, to world-renowned centres for architecture and fine art. With an annual turnover exceeding £1.5 billion, it is a major research and education hub in London and globally.

    UCL's staff and former students have included 34 Nobel prize winners. It is a truly international community: more than one-third of our student body – more than 43,800 strong – come from 190 countries and one-third of staff are from outside the UK. UCL offers postgraduate research opportunities in all of its subjects, and provides more than 200 undergraduate programmes and more than 400 taught postgraduate programmes. Approximately 55% of the student community is engaged in graduate studies, with about 30% of these graduate students pursuing research degrees.

    The UCL School of Management consists of five research groups: Strategy & Entrepreneurship, Organisations & Innovation, Operations & Technology, Marketing & Analytics, and Finance, Accounting & Economics. Faculty in the Strategy & Entrepreneurship group share an interest in how organizations, markets, and industries are being reshaped by technological and cultural forces. Research topics include artificial intelligence, big data analytics, machine learning, information environment, platform ecosystems, new organizational forms, decentralized organizations, learning, innovation, interorganizational relationships, corporate strategy, entrepreneurial strategy, reputation and identity, entrepreneurship for development, and social innovation.

    See mgmt.ucl.ac.uk for more information about the School and our research group.

    The UCL School of Management encourages diversity and a positive culture among all faculty, staff, and students. Our school is committed to building an intellectual community in which diversity, fairness, and inclusion are valued. UCL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



    Candidates should have a strong research record and demonstrated research potential in the area of strategy and entrepreneurship, and produce publications at an internationally significant standard in terms of originality, significance and rigour, in line with personal and departmental objectives agreed in the Staff Review and School/Department planning processes. Candidates will be expected to teach in the School's BSc or MSc programmes. As a research-focused group, tenure-track positions involve teaching only two courses per year (with a potential 50% teaching reduction in year one), with generous research support.


    Application Instructions

    To be considered for this position, please submit a CV, research statement, job market paper, and any additional working papers or published work here. If you are currently a PhD student or PostDoc, you should also arrange for three references to submit their letters online on your behalf.

    The application deadline is September 10, 2022. For administrative questions related to this posting, please contact our HR team via email (mgmt-hrsom@ucl.ac.uk).


    For questions directly related to the position, contact faculty search committee members, Dr Daniel Sands (daniel.sands@ucl.ac.uk) or Dr Joost Rietveld (j.rietveld@ucl.ac.uk).



    Davide Ravasi
    University College London