You should have a PhD or expect to complete a PhD in 2021, in management (including, change management, OB, organisation theory, HRM) or a related discipline (e.g., economics, psychology, sociology).
The assistant professor position requires high quality performance in research (i.e., published papers and/or high quality papers in the pipeline for top management journals - see the ERIM journal list
). Candidates for an assistant professorship position should be able to demonstrate their potential for outstanding achievements in research and teaching. This appointment is a tenure track position.Your required competences
Successful applicants are ideally expected to have some practical experience in the field of change management. Candidates should also be able to demonstrate excellence in teaching at MSc and post-experience levels. You will be primarily teaching a course addressing people management topics, in English and Dutch. We are therefore looking for candidates who have C1 (CEFR) for English and native or fluent (C2 CEFR) in Dutch, or are able/willing to learn Dutch within a year (with the support from our department).