University of Bath School of Management University of Bath School of Management

Faculty recruitment

We seek to appoint high-performance individuals with great potential. New staff will take a lead role in achieving our strategy to build on success and drive us forward into a new period of growth. With students and staff from across the world, the School benefits from an international perspective that informs its vision.

University of Bath Prize Fellowships

We are looking for early-stage researchers with the potential to become research leaders. These two-year Fellowships are intended to:

These Fellows will join a University-wide cohort of like-minded rising research stars.

You can apply for a Fellowship in one of the following two research areas.

Operations Research

We are seeking a future academic leader to join the Information Decisions Operations division. You will benefit from our collaborative, well-resourced and supportive research environment.

The appointee is expected to extend the current research power of IDO, preferably in the field of nonlinear and stochastic optimisation, and publish papers in high ranking OR journals. Existing papers in the field of humanitarian logistics is a plus.

Candidates should have a good command of state-of-the-art discrete and continuous optimisation methods as well as their applications.

For further information contact Professor Mike Lewis or Dr Güneş Erdoğan.

Marketing

We are seeking a Prize Fellow in Marketing, with a particular focus on Consumer Psychology, who can develop into a future academic leader. You will join a vibrant consumer psychology group within the Marketing, Business & Society division.

The appointee is expected to conduct and publish high quality research in world class journals (e.g. Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Consumer Psychology, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research and Journal of Academy of Marketing Science).

Your research can focus on any area of consumer psychology but preference may be given to candidates whose research builds on and extends the division's current research interests such as:

For further information contact Professor Nancy Puccinelli or Professor Pierre McDonagh.

Read more about the University's Prize Fellowships.