Job: Assistant Professor (Systems Thinking, Education Focused) – Birmingham Leadership Institute – 99406 | University of Birmingham

Assistant Professor (Systems Thinking, Education Focused) – Birmingham Leadership Institute – 99406

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We are  currently recruiting an Assistant Professor to work with us  at the University of Birmingham, Birmingham Leadership Institute https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/university/colleges/socsci/bli/index.aspx to set up and deliver our MSc/L7 Apprenticeship Systems Practitioner and Leadership programme.

More details and application information can be found here:

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3008464983/?refId=%2F7P1Wy5bIjbiFqKurIFC5g%3D%3D&trackingId=iAWFp0p0LOOOvApbUCforw%3D%3D
https://bham.taleo.net/careersection/external/jobdetail.ftl?job=220000L8&tz=GMT%2B01%3A00&tzname=Europe%2FLondon

Assistant Professor in the BlI is a new position created to both support the overall aims and work of the BLI,  and also to specifically focus on the development and teaching of the BLI’s Systems Leadership PGdip/MSc integrating the L7 Systems Thinking Practitioner Apprenticeship which will be launched in January 2023. Alongside teaching and programme development you will also be inputting into the development the research agenda for the BLI over the next few years. Over time it is expected there will be further opportunities to develop your interests in practice based research.

The candidate will need to have an excellent theoretical understanding of relevant systems thinking principles, models and methodologies, alongside significant experience as a systems practitioner. They will need to evidence the ability to teach both theory and practice using engaging and effective teaching methods. They will also be expected to have a demonstrable interest in systemic leadership and how it links to systemic practice and theory.

For an informal discussion about the post contact: Dr Rachel Lilley – r.lilley@bham.ac.uk