Karlstad University / Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences / Karlstad Business School

Karlstad University takes pride in combining active external cooperation with academic excellence. Karlstad University has around 16 000 students and a staff of over 1 200 members.

Democratic principles, equality and diversity are cornerstones of the University. We value the enriching presence of diverse backgrounds and competencies among students and staff.

Description
Karlstad Business School was founded in 2009, and comprises the disciplines working life science, business administration, information systems, law, economics and statistics. We offer courses and programmes at all levels, supported by robust research in the disciplines as well as in multidisciplinary research groups, of which the largest is CTF, the Service Research Center (kau.se/en/ctf). Substantial national and international networks provide a good basis for new research projects and commissioned courses.

Duties
Duties involve teaching organisation and marketing in Swedish and supervising bachelor and master essays. Teaching duties in other areas of business administration such as management and financial management may also be included. A certain amount of research may be included in the position upon consultation with the head of the department and the director of studies.

Qualification requirements
The eligibility requirement for appointment as senior lecturer is a doctorate in business administration, or another field relevant to the specialisation of the position. Applicants must be able to demonstrate research and teaching expertise in the discipline at higher education level.

A completed course in teaching and learning in higher education is a requirement for appointment. Under special circumstances, this course may be completed within two years of employment as part of the professional development commitment.

For other qualification requirements, see Karlstad University’s regulations for the appointment and promotion of teaching staff and Ch. 4 Sec. 4 of the Higher Education Ordinance.

Assessment criteria
Special weight is given to applicants’ teaching expertise in business administration and this is assessed on the basis of applicants’ ability to plan, conduct and evaluate teaching, as well as supervise and assess students’ work. Special weight is further given to the ability to develop and streamline teaching using new methods and techniques. Swedish is the main language of instruction, and therefore special weight is given to good written and spoken skills in Swedish.
Considerable weight is given to current research contributions and this is assessed on the basis of publications in the area of business administration. Considerable weight is further given to the ability to cooperate, take initiative, and participate fully in the business administration environment and Karlstad Business School.

Terms of employment
This is a full-time, non-fixed-term position (100%) with starting date as per agreement. A probationary period may be required.

Application
The application should include well-documented qualifications. Applicants are responsible for documenting qualifications in a way that allows for an objective and qualitative assessment of candidates, and for submitting a complete application in accordance with the advertisement before the deadline, so that all their skills can be assessed.

The application must include:

  • application letter
  • documented CV with the contact details of references
  • descriptive account of teaching and research skills
  • certificate of course in teaching and learning in higher education, or account of equivalent qualifications
  • account of other experience
  • account of experience of leadership, cooperation and administration
  • future teaching and research plans
  • list of publications (indicate your own role in cases of co-authorship)
  • copies of certificates and degrees
  • a maximum of ten academic publications and a maximum of five works designed to convey knowledge, such as textbooks, educational software, or popular science articles.

More information is available in the document “Application Guidelines” on our homepage kau.se/en/work-us/jobb/vacancies.

Documents and publications should be attached to the electronic application (do not provide links only). Applications are made electronically via the university’s web-based recruitment tool Varbi. Three copies of each document that cannot be submitted electronically, such as books, publications and computer software, should be sent to:

Karlstads universitet
Registrator
651 88 KARLSTAD

State ref. no: REK2018/242

Last day of application: 6 December 2018

We look forward to receiving your application!

Karlstad University has chosen advertising channels for this recruitment and declines any contacts from advertising or recruitment agencies.

Type of employment Permanent position
Contract type Full time
First day of employment As per agreement
Salary Individual salary
Number of positions 1
Working hours 100 %
City Karlstad
County Värmlands län
Country Sweden
Reference number REK2018/242
Contact
  • Martin Löfgren, head of Karlstad Business School, +46(0)54-700 1975
Union representative
  • Thomas Bragefors, SACO, +46(0)54-700 1714
  • Denita Gustavsson, OFR, +46(0)54-700 1434
  • Tony Ingemarsson, OFR , +46(0)54-700 1404
Published 15.Nov.2018
Last application date 06.Dec.2018 11:59 PM CET

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