Bl Norwegian Business School invites applications for the position of Lecturer in Communication. The department has 39 full-time faculty and conducts active research and teaching within the fields of communication, intercultural communication, society and internet, cross-cultural management, creative industries and innovation in education management
In line with the Bl vision of being a leading academic business school in Europe, we are searching for a candidate who holds a minimum of a Master's degree from a reputable institution and preferably a PhD. The position is permanent and the appointee will be expected to teach and examine in communication fields such as communication in organizations, digital communication and work learning and communication, culture and ethics in the age of digital transformation. Candidates are expected to bring a solid history of teaching excellence as well as a mature, engaged and collegial outlook.
Courses to be taught by the successful candidate will all taught in English. Consequently, the applicant must have fluent spoken and written English and preferably experience and knowledge from international management and business. It is important that the applicant can initiate and lead pedagogical and academic work and establish multi discipline cooperation with other actors within teaching and business and industry in Norway and abroad. Importance will also be attached to the breadth of the candidate's previous work.
If you are keen to be a part of a high performing business school and to help retain our reputation whilst building a sense of identity for the next generation of communicators then this is the opportunity you have been looking for. Bi's academic programmes and activities are in continuous development, and all academic employees are also expected to work on updating and developing our teaching programmes.
Qualifications will be evaluated according to the usual rules for academic positions at the tertiary level as they are expressed in Bi's employment regulations. Short-listed applicants may be invited to an interview, a trial lecture or seminar presentations. Bl Norwegian Business School reserves the right not to employ applicants who are qualified academically if one finds that they do not possess the required teaching skills, teaching experience or personal cooperation skills. The position entails membership in the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund.
Women are encouraged to apply.
The application, CV and a complete list of academic work, plus information on and/or documentation of any other activities that might be important to assess the candidate's qualifications,must be submitted electronically. Please remember that the highest education achieved and any other relevant information must be documented.
Academic and or pedagogical work, copies of up to 15 publications, should be forwarded to us by ordinary mail in four copies. No work may be forwarded after the deadline. Academic work should be addressed to Bl Norwegian Business School, Human Resources, Nydalsveien 37, 0442 Oslo, Norway.
We would like to fill this position as soon as possible.