Associate professor in Organizational Behaviour

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Associate professor in Organizational Behaviour at BI Norwegian Business School                   
The Department of Leadership and Organizational Behaviour at BI Norwegian Business School invites applications for the position of associate professor in Organizational Psychology/Organizational Behaviour. This position will be associated with the Organizational Psychology section.
The position requires a Norwegian PhD or equivalent qualification in the field. The successful applicant should primarily conduct research and have expertise in topics of relevance for organizational psychology, concerning for example motivation, management, working environment, learning, development, individual differences, how groups function, selection and HRM. Candidates with primarily quantitative expertise are encouraged to apply. Applicants must have relevant research and international experience within these topics. Relevant candidates must have completed independent research and must have published papers in international journals, also after completing their doctoral programme. Other consultancy and communication experience, research management and contributions in research projects may also be taken into account, and consideration will be given to potential administrative experience, management competence and business knowledge.
The Department and section also offer training in organizational psychology and management at the bachelor, master (Master of Science, Executive Master of Management) and doctoral levels. The successful candidate should expect to teach, primarily in BI’s bachelor programme, but teaching and counselling at the master level may become relevant. BI is seeking a person who is highly skilled in communicating knowledge and research results to our students. The candidate must have good written and spoken English.
BI is seeking to strengthen its international profile, and overseas candidates are especially encouraged to apply. The successful candidate is expected to learn Norwegian within two to three years. Women are particularly encouraged to apply.
Qualifications will be evaluated according to the usual rules for academic and educational positions at universities and specialized university institutions. The position offers membership in the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund and salary is according to the Norwegian State Salary Scale.
Qualified applicants may be called in for an interview, trial lecture or seminar presentation. BI Norwegian Business School reserves the right not to appoint applicants who are academically qualified if they are found not to satisfy other explicit requirements, with respect to pedagogical skills, teaching experience, work experience in or cooperation with the business sector or interpersonal skills.
Further information about the position can be obtained upon request from the BI Norwegian Business School, from Head of Department Øyvind Martinsen, tel. +47 464 10 737, or Head of Section Lars Glasø, tel. +47 464 10 219.
Your application, CV and complete list of academic work must be submitted electronically. Your highest degree and other particularly relevant education must be documented.
Academic works, copies of up to fifteen publications, and any information about and/or documentation of other activities that may be of significance for an assessment of the applicant’s qualifications should be sent separately in four copies. These documents should be addressed to the President and sent to BI Norwegian Business School, HR Department, Nydalsveien 37, 0442 Oslo.
Work and other documentation may not be submitted after the deadline.