To develop, lead and inspire relevant academic activities within the discipline, enhancing the profile and standing of the University and School by way of their research, and contribution to the Academic Team and School’s activities.
Our mission is to provide education and research that combines academic excellence with impact upon business and society. The purpose of that work is to improve business and organisational practice through knowledge and people. NBS is known as the business school for business. Our philosophy is to maximise the intersection of research, teaching and engagement with a strong emphasise on experiential learning and personalisation. As ‘The Business School for business’, we work closely with hundreds of commercial, academic and community-based partners around the globe. These ties provide a global mix of opportunity and initiative including professional and academic mobility, international collaborations and the support to develop a world leading team.
NBS has made a step change in research intesity, infrasturcture and power over the last 4 years, since the REF2014 recognised 95% of the School’s research as world-leading and internationally excellent with 100% of the impact score rated as 3* and 4*, confirmed by by our EQUIS accreditation in 2017. Our ongoing programme of strategic investment has created a highly attractive and vibrant research community and environment at NBS.
NBS has strong and purposeful research culture that combines world leading research with impact on policy and practice with extensive international connections and partnerships in academia and business. We also have a global reputation as a leader in experiential and personalised learning with state of the art facilities at the centre of Nottingham. NBS is one of the largest business schools in the UK with resources to invest to distinguish us as a major international force in global business and management research and education.
Annual holiday entitlement of 35 days + 5 University closure days.
In addition to the Death in Service Benefit provided through the pension scheme, the University also provides an Additional Death in Service Benefit Scheme at two times the basic annual salary.
Eligible to choose between either an Annual Health Assessment
Individual Private Medical Insurance (PMI), provided through Aviva.
Up to £8000 – this amount may be extended in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the Head of HR Operations, in consultation with the relevant recruiting manager.