Faculty Positions in Management of Human Resources or Marketing Management
Location: Zhuhai, China
Preferred Education: Ph.D
Tenure Track or Tenured
Internal Number: DBM210618
BNU-HKBU United International College (UIC), located in Zhuhai, PRC and founded jointly by Beijing Normal University and Hong Kong Baptist University, is the first full-scale collaboration between academic institutions from both mainland China and Hong Kong. Based on a holistic development approach, UIC aims to produce graduates with an international perspective, who are fluent in both English and Chinese, and who have knowledge and experience of China, Hong Kong and the world at large.
UIC started operation in October 2005 and offers undergraduate courses in four academic divisions: Business & Management, Humanities & Social Sciences, Science & Technology, and Culture and Creativity Division. The College offers subjects in liberal studies for all students and the medium of instruction is English. The Division of Businsess and Management is offering seven BBA undergraduate programmes in Accounting, Finance, Applied Economics, Management of Human Resources, Marketing Management, e-Business Management and Information Systems, and Entrepreneurship and Innovation, as well as one taught master programme titled Master of Arts in Communication-Media Management Concentration (MMGT). The College will offer research postgraduate programmes in the area of accounting, business, and economics in the near future. The Division now invites applications for the following professorial positions which are expected to be filled in September 2021/February 2022.
Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor in Management of Human Resources (Ref:DBM210618) Candidates with expertise in one or more of the following areas: Human Resource Development, Recruitment and Selection, Labor Law and Relations, Performance Management and Rewards, Global Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management in China, Human Resource Strategy and Planning.
Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor in Business Studies and Marketing Management (Ref: DBM210417) Candidates with teaching interest and key research strength in the following subject areas: Organizational Behavior, Business Ethics, Strategic Management, Marketing and Brand Management, Leadership Management, International Business, Business Communications, Principles of Marketing Management, Social Media Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Services Marketing Management, Social Enterprise Management & Social Impact Strategy, Management of Marketing Communication and Online Media, Business Research Methods, Qualitative Research Methods, Business Analytics.
Candidates should have a PhD degree in a related discipline. Successful candidates are expected to be committed to excellence in undergraduate or postgraduate teaching. Preference will be given to candidates who can undertake independent research leading to outstanding outcomes, including publications in high quality international-refereed journals.
Appointment to this position will initially be made on a fixed-term contract of two years. Commencing salaries will be commensurate with qualifications and relevant experience. Fringe benefits include housing allowance, leave and social insurance. Continuation of appointment beyond the initial term will be subject to mutual agreement.
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BNU-HKBU United International College (UIC) is located in Zhuhai, one of the most environmental-friendly cities in China, with Hong Kong to the east and Macao to the south. UIC, jointly founded by Beijing Normal University and Hong Kong Baptist University, is the first full-scale collaboration between academic institutions from mainland China and Hong Kong. As a liberal arts college, UIC aims to produce graduates with an international perspective, fluent in both English and Chinese, with knowledge and experience of China, Hong Kong and the world at large. UIC offers undergraduate courses with English as the medium of instruction from four academic Divisions: Business & Management, Humanities & Social Sciences, Science & Technology and Culture & Creativity.