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Cambridge Judge Business School seeks to attract, develop and retain the most talented people from around the world to complement our diverse community of academic, professional, administrative and operational staff. We offer a challenging and rewarding work environment with a range of special benefits and discounts.

If you are looking for stimulating and collaborative work, and an opportunity to make an impact on business education in an intellectually inspiring environment, you should consider a career at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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University Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Finance

Salary Competitive
Closing date 15 January 2018

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The Finance group at Cambridge Judge is seeking a new faculty member and invites applications for the position of University Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Finance (at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor).

Cambridge Judge Business School is a highly ranked modern business school, located at the heart of an 800-year-old University, with an ambitious and growing Finance group. You can find more details for the group and its activities on the Finance group pages.

You will have completed a PhD in Finance. Although we will consider candidates in all areas of finance, preference will be given to candidates doing research and teaching in theoretical or empirical asset pricing. You will be expected to contribute to teaching courses at undergraduate, graduate and post-experience levels. However, our teaching loads are relatively low by US or European standards allowing you to focus on research. With an established or developing bibliography of research publications you will have the clear potential to publish in the leading journals in the field.

Depending on the experience of the successful candidate, the appointment will be made at the University Lecturer or University Senior Lecturer level, and anticipated to start on 1 September 2018.

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Reader or University Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Operations and Technology Management

Salary Competitive
Closing date 12 January 2018

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The Operations and Technology Management (OTM) group is looking to recruit a Reader (Associate Professor) or University Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (Senior Assistant Professor). The group seeks to further increase its global visibility through its research outputs, including publications in top management journals, as well as placing its PhD graduates in academic positions in leading schools. The ideal candidate will have a record of impactful research, as evidenced by publications in top journals and a strong paper pipeline. They will also have excellent teaching experience on premium business school degree programs (MBA; Executive MBA) and preferably on Executive Education engagements.

The OTM group at the School is very supportive of research with real-world impact and is particularly welcoming of candidates unafraid to tackle ‘grand challenge’ topics in organisations and society more widely. The members of the group are actively pursuing research topics that inform their executive teaching and, in turn, choose research priorities motivated by problems identified through executive teaching.

Depending on the experience of the successful candidate the appointment will be made at the Reader, University Lecturer or University Senior Lecturer level, and is anticipated to start on 1 September 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter.

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Research Assistant/Associate - Energy Policy Research Group (fixed term)

Salary £28,936 - £29,799 or £31,604 - £38,833
Closing date 8 January 2018

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We are looking to appoint a Research Assistant/Associate at Cambridge Judge Business School within the Economics and Policy subject group. The post holder will support a new national research centre focused on (i) modelling the economics of the energy system, with a particular emphasis on electricity and heat, (ii) pathways to deep decarbonisation of the economy, and (iii) public attitudes towards energy technologies. The successful candidate will be based within the Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) at Cambridge Judge in central Cambridge. The EPRG is a joint centre of the Faculty of Economics and Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. The Research Assistant/Associate is expected to contribute primarily to a programme of work being undertaken as part of an EPSRC-funded national research centre, the UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre.

We will be involved in all aspects of the Systems & Policy theme within the Centre working closely with engineering colleagues at Imperial College and economic modelling colleagues at University College London, as well as others across the Centre as necessary. The overarching goal of our component is to improve the economic modelling of options for deep decarbonisation, and, in particular, the decarbonisation of heat in addition to electricity.

You should be educated to PhD level in Economics, Operations Research or other relevant discipline (e.g. public policy, systems engineering, etc.). You will ideally have strong quantitative skills, particularly in economic modelling and applied econometrics. You will have knowledge of energy economics and policy and basic knowledge of operations research (e.g. equilibrium models of energy markets), plus a demonstrated ability to design, conduct, analyse and write up survey research. Good time management and planning skills are essential, with an aim to produce relevant academic papers in leading international academic journals.

This is a fixed term appointment for two years in the first instance.

Successful candidates at Research Associate level who have not been awarded their PhD by the appointment date will be under-appointed as a Research Assistant (Grade 5) employed on a salary of £28,936 per annum. Upon award of the PhD the individual will be promoted to Research Associate (Grade 7).

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MBA Marketing and Events Coordinator (maternity cover)

Salary £28,098 - £33,518
Closing date 20 December 2017

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The Cambridge MBA is a top ranked international Master’s degree, attracting experienced professionals from around the world to undertake the one year MBA in Cambridge. This role sits within the MBA marketing team, responsible for delivering over 1000 quality applications for the MBA each year. The role holder will also be involved in various marketing activities for our new Cambridge Master of Accounting degree programme.

A dynamic and collaborative marketing team at Cambridge Judge is looking for a highly organised and motivated MBA Marketing and Events Coordinator to run our global events programme, which aims to recruit talented business professionals to the top ranked Cambridge MBA. You will be required to manage the events registration process, promote the events online and on social media, manage email marketing campaigns, liaise with marketing colleagues to create compelling content to drive event audiences, and manage follow up activities and evaluation. You must excel in relationship management, and be able to manage and expand our volunteer alumni events programme. Experience using a CRM system and social media would be preferred.

Educated to degree level or equivalent, you will have experience of producing marketing content for a variety of channels, and be committed to providing excellent customer service. Excellent organisational skills are essential, as well as first-rate copy writing and communication skills.

This is a temporary post to cover maternity leave. The funds for this post are available for one year or until the return of the post holder whichever is the earlier. Applicants from the University of Cambridge wishing to undertake a secondment are welcome to apply.

The interviews will take place on 8 January 2018.

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Senior Research Associate, Centre for Science and Policy (part-time, fixed term)

Salary £39,992 - £50,618
Closing date 18 December 2017

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The Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP) brokers interactions between policy professionals and experts from the sciences, social sciences, humanities, engineering and technology. CSaP does this through a range of activities including policy fellowships, professional development, policy workshops, and networking events.

The role holder will work with the Executive Director to develop the strategy for the new research and analysis programme. The new role will be responsible for carrying out the strategy, including fund raising and delivery of the pilot programme of policy research. This activity builds on the networking and convening activities of the Centre and aims to amplify the impact of the Centre by improving the use of evidence in policy making.

You will be educated to a postgraduate qualification at doctorate level. You will have an international reputation within in a field of policy research and suitable publication record of academic and policy focussed research. Knowledge and understanding of the current issues around use of evidence in policy making and excellent project management skills including the ability to manage multiple projects are prerequisites for this role.

The funds for this post are available for one year in the first instance. This is a part-time position working 14.8 hours per week.

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Contact us

Please contact hr@jbs.cam.ac.uk with general enquiries.