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Posted on: 17 September 2023
Senior Lecturer in Business
Salary: Grade 9: £42,977 - £54,395 per annum dependent upon experience
Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) has been at the forefront of agricultural education and a key contributor to the land-based sector for more than 175 years. They pride themselves in combining knowledge and industry connections with an innovative and forward-thinking approach.
This role is focussed on championing the business and employability skills that can help RAU students fulfil their ambitions as entrepreneurs or business leaders. Our business-related teaching, research and knowledge exchange is core to our mission of preparing the leaders of the future. We pride ourselves on helping the land-based sector find innovative and entrepreneurial solutions to the global challenges of climate crisis, food security and sustainability.
Successful applicants will have specialist expertise in agri-food business and one or more of the following areas: business strategy, leadership, food supply chain management, finance, entrepreneurship and innovation.
Research, Knowledge Exchange and Scholarship
If you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to join the team at the Royal Agricultural University, then please click apply to submit an Application Form together with the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form which can be found on their website.
RAU are an equal opportunities employer and they welcome applications from candidates of all ethnic backgrounds.
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