Professor (Lector) of Business Resilience in Hospitality (0,6 – 1,0 fte)

Professor (Lector) of Business Resilience in Hospitality (0,6 – 1,0 fte)

Published Deadline Location
17 Nov 15 Dec Den Haag
Hotelschool The Hague is looking for a: Professor (Lector) of Business Resilience in Hospitality (0,6 – 1,0 fte).

Job description

Hotelschool the Hague is a Hospitality Business School with strong ties to the international hospitality industry. The school seeks to explore “tomorrow’s hospitality industry”, which entails studying the balance between “High Tech” and “High Touch”, or the added value of hospitality and human interaction in a context of evolving business models in the hotel industry and adjacent economic sectors.

The Research Centre is the unit of HTH responsible for studying and discussing the academic developments in our discipline and for conducting top-ranking research on the main concerns, opportunities and threats of the hospitality industry. It provides value to students and hospitality professionals through the dissemination of recent developments in the academic literature, and to Hotelschool the Hague by contributing to its positioning as an international top ranking institute.

The Research Centre of Hotelschool The Hague has built a strong reputation both academically and in the professional world. The Research Centre increasingly cooperates with business universities and with partners in the ‘Hotel Schools of Distinction’ network. Information on past and current research projects can be found at hotelschool.nl/research.

For the research team we are looking for a new professor in the area of Business Resilience, Turnaround or Crisis Management in the Hospitality Industry. Your main responsibility will be to conduct research to further the academic knowledge of and practitioner insights into the impact of economic or other exogenous crises on business failure, business models, operational management, talent management on businesses, entrepreneurs and professionals in the hospitality industry.

General job description:
Together with the Director of the Research Centre and with fellow Professors you are responsible for developing and conducting practically-relevant research. You organize, conduct and coordinate the execution of research projects and monitor the quality.

In interaction with the hospitality industry you stimulate the innovation of knowledge and professionalization of the teaching staff, in keeping with the strategic vision of Hotelschool The Hague. You take initiatives to disseminate knowledge among students and practitioners, and you strengthen the research culture at Hotelschool The Hague by generating enthusiasm for (your) research among faculty.

You will be teaching bachelor and/or master students about your own research and other areas of your research with a minimum of 15 % of your time.

You are responsible for the research programme within your research line that you will design and implement;

And for the quality of the research and its execution, coaching Bachelor, Master and possibly PhD students, professionalisation of lecturers, dissemination of knowledge and curriculum renewal.

You will make sure your research connects to the industry and students.

Specifications

Hotelschool The Hague

Requirements

  • You are an internationally experienced researcher and/or educator with a background in a relevant discipline such as Business Economics or Strategic Management, and you have a demonstrable affinity with Hospitality Management;
  • You have demonstrable expertise on the management of crisis impact on businesses, operations and professions;
  • You bring a strong academic network and industry contacts to the HTH community;
  • You have academic qualifications, i.e. a relevant Ph.D. degree and you have published in international academic journals in fields pertaining to the proposed research line. 
  • You have an extensive network in the field or have excellent contacts within education and research institutes at home and abroad;
  • You have a demonstrable affinity with and knowledge of the hospitality industry and a proven track record in the acquisition of external research projects
  • You are able to initiate and organise collaborations with companies and institutions for the benefit of conducting research;
  • You have teaching experience at master and/or bachelor level in a field relevant to higher hospitality management education.
  • You have a manifest ability to translate your academic research in an appealing way to hospitality practitioners and hospitality education audience. You are also able to present your work in trade journals
  • You are able to acquire external funding for conducting the research

Conditions of employment

Fixed-term contract: 4-6 year.

Following our sector’s collective agreement level 14 or 15 (CAO-HBO) depending on your professional experience and qualifications. The maximum salary in scale 14 is € 6.813,59 or maximum € 7.485,19 in scale 15 gross per month based on a full-time position. We also offer excellent fringe benefits:

  • A 13th month salary at the end of the year;
  • 428 hours (53 days) of leave with retention of salary per calendar year (FT contract);
  • Flexible working hours to support a healthy work – life balance;
  • A range of personal development opportunities;
  • Compensation towards your health insurance expenses;
  • Travel allowances for commuting to and from work.

We initially offer a 4-6 year contract starting at your earliest convenience. The position is situated equally across both our The Hague and Amsterdam campuses.

Employer

Hotelschool The Hague (HHS)

Hotelschool The Hague is a dynamic, international Hospitality Business School with campuses in The Hague and Amsterdam. Hotelschool The Hague is entrepreneurial, business-like and quality-driven. Our faculty is professional, experienced and international; colleagues work together in small and cohesive teams. Our graduates can be found all over the world working in senior management positions within hospitality focused organizations. Hotelschool The Hague has approximately 2300 students and over 200 employees.

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Additional information

How to apply:
Please apply for our vacancy for Professor (Lector) of Business Resilience in Hospitality through the 'Apply' button by selecting the vacancy with the title “Professor (Lector) of Business Resilience in Hospitality” and “apply” before the deadline of 15 December 2020. Please note that unfortunately not all internet browsers are compatible with our website. 

Kindly submit your English motivation letter and resume for the attention of Ms. Sandra van der Puil, HR Advisor. Furthermore, we may invite you for a personality assessment and and a trial lecture and additionally require a VOG (certificate of conduct) upon signing your employment contract. Aligned with our value of inclusion we strive for diversity throughout our entire organization.

Additional information:
For additional information regarding this position, please feel free to contact Dr. J.A. Oskam by email: j.oskam@hotelschool.nl.

For further information regarding employment at Hotelschool The Hague please see: www.hotelschool.nl/en/about-us/work

Specifications

  • Lecturer; Education; Management
  • Economics
  • 24—40 hours per week
  • €6813—€7485 per month
  • Doctorate
  • SP Lector Business Resilience

Employer

Hotelschool The Hague

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Location

Johanna Westerdijkplein 75, 2521 EN, Den Haag

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Make sure to apply no later than 15 Dec 2020 23:58 (Europe/Amsterdam).