The University of Nottingham is one of the top universities in the world, with an outstanding international reputation for innovation in teaching, learning and research. Established in 2000, the Malaysia Campus is a full and integral part of The University of Nottingham in the UK. Our international reputation for teaching and research makes our University a highly desirable place to work. As part of our continuing success and growth, we welcome applications from people who are results-oriented, innovative, eager to expand their current skill-sets and wanting to make things happen to join our team.
SCHOOL OF POLITICS, HISTORY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
- Assistant Professor in International Relations (2 posts)
The School is seeking staff to provide teaching and research activities in the field of International Relations. The appointment committee define the field broadly, and are prepared to consider strong applications from scholars working in the areas of International Relations, Asian politics, development studies and international history. The School has particular teaching needs in International Political Economy and International Relations theory. The applicant will be expected to offer between three to four modules per year, and to be actively engaged in academic research, publication and dissemination. As PHIR is a new school, the successful applicant will be required to play an active role in building the school, not simply offering courses at UG and PG level but also taking the lead in developing new areas of activity when required, and contributing to school, faculty and campus-wide activities in such areas as marketing, recruitment, internships and executive education. They will be expected to be actively involved in grant applications, have a clear research and publication strategy and be willing to contribute to projects that complement the school and university’s research and knowledge-transfer activities in IR and its cognate fields.
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
- Associate/Assistant Professor in Education Leadership and Management
- Assistant Professor in Education (Special Needs)
- Assistant Professor in Education (General Education)
The University Of Nottingham School of Education in the Malaysia campus currently offers Doctoral and Masters programmes aimed at experienced professionals in the fields of education, training and other related areas, counseling being one. The Bachelor of Arts in Education and Bachelor of Education programmes in TESOL and Special Needs offered by the school blend international teacher education concepts with a wide-variety of context based approaches. Following in the footsteps of the largest and most established education departments of a UK based university, we at the Malaysia campus continue to lead the way in innovative teaching and learning methods and quality research.
NOTTINGHAM UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL MALAYSIA
- Associate/Assistant Professor in International Finance
- Associate/Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship
- Associate/Assistant Professor in Accounting (Auditing)
- Associate/Assistant Professor in Human Resources Management & Organisational Behaviour
- Associate/Assistant Professor in Operations Management
- Associate/Assistant Professor in Quantitative Methods
Nottingham University Business School (NUBS) is one of the UK’s leading business schools and a globally ranked centre for management education and research. It is accredited by AMBA and EQUIS. Its Malaysia Campus invites applications for the positions of associate/ assistant professors in different subject areas listed above. Successful candidates should demonstrate their commitment and ability to conduct excellent academic research with the objective of publishing in top-ranked journals. Successful candidates will be responsible for teaching and for developing the courses in their subject areas at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. We are also seeking dedicated candidates who will contribute to a broad spectrum of NUBS Malaysia’s core activities.
CENTRE FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION
- Teaching Fellow in English for Academic Purposes
The centre is looking to expand its teaching team in line with demand. The key role in the job will be classroom based teaching on a range of Academic English courses. However, there will also be opportunities for the successful candidates to extend their experience in areas such as materials development, assessment writing, among others.
Please note that this is a teaching post. Research is not included in the job description.
For full details of the vacancies and application procedure, please visit our website http://www.nottingham.edu.my/Jobs/academic.aspx
Posts will remain open until filled.