Dear Colleagues:


Nottingham University Business School China (NUBS China), which focuses on the 3Is of Innovative, Interactive, and has a faculty of about 80 coming from about 20 countries and 2500 top students who all study all programs in English, invites applications for about 16 faculty positions for the Fall of 2014.  In addition, whether interested in applying for a job, looking for a visiting position, looking for research collaborators, or just wanting to interact with some interesting people at the Academy of Management Conference Dean Carl Fey and our faculty (look for us in yellow shirts) invite you to our innovative China-themed reception on Saturday, August 10th from 20:00-22:00 in the Asbury B room of the Disney Yacht and Beach Club Resort (a key conference hotel where many sessions are and the IM division has their reception just before ours).  There is more information on both of these items further below.      


NUBS China is currently recruiting for about 16 faculty positions for the Fall of 2014. We are interviewing for the following positions for the Fall of 2014 at the Academy of Management Conference (AOM).  We anticipate making multiple hires for several of these positions.  Our jobs are also advertised on the AOM job website.  If you are going to AOM and would like to apply to have an initial interview, please write to the person listed following the position below including your CV and a summary of teaching ratings if possible:

Full professor positions in International Business, [log in to unmask]

Full professor in Organizational Beahvior; [log in to unmask]

Full Professor Entrepreneurship:  (Thomas) [log in to unmask]

Assistant/Associate professor in Entrepreneurship: (Thomas) [log in to unmask]

Assistant/Associate Professor in Strategy: [log in to unmask]

Assistant/Associate Professor in Organizational Behavior: [log in to unmask]

Assistant/Associate Professor in International Business: [log in to unmask]


Formal applications for the post are also welcomed from candidates who are unable to attend the AOM conference, and in either case, ALL applicants are required to formally apply on-line for the position, including those who have attended an initial interview at AOM.  See:  The positions are not on the website yet, but will be on the website shortly  If you have any queries regarding the application process please contact the Human Resources Department in the UK, tel: +44 (0)115 846 8539.  Application deadlines are likely in September.


Apply for the above jobs if you would like to have an impact and be part of the creation of one of China’s and the World’s leading business schools. NUBS China (see attached picture) is an integral part of the Nottingham University Business School awarding the same internationally recognized degrees offered by Nottingham in the UK. In operation for only nine years, NUBS China currently has approximately 2,500 students of which about 250 are enrolled in postgraduate programs including a Ph.D. program.  It has a rapidly expanding international faculty of about 80 coming from about 25 countries permanently based in Ningbo.  It is EQUIS accredited and is part of a university that is highly rated and is seeking to improve further its ranking among the world’s top research and teaching universities.  NUBS China obtained a new Dean (Carl Fey) in April 2011 which has resulted in the creation of ambitious plans for NUBS China which the school is rapidly progressing towards including an increasing focus on quality research, executive education, and quality teaching.  NUBS China focuses its efforts around the three Is-international, Innovative, and Interactive.  In addition, NUBS China, which carries out instruction in English, is significantly increasing its research focus and provides an excellent environment and conditions for scholars interested in pursuing an active research agenda.


Ningbo is located only 2 hours from Shanghai by express train. It is a relatively high-income city for China, with a per capita income (PPP basis) of about US $12,000. Ningbo has one of China’s largest deep-water ports, a modern airport with excellent connections to cities such as Beijing, Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul and Taipei and high-speed rail connections to other major cities in China. It has international schools, excellent shopping facilities and an attractive multicultural nightlife. It also has many rivers, lakes and mountains in the outskirts and is considered to be one of the cities in China which has the best quality of life.


NUBS China offers European-level competitive salaries and benefits with reasonable teaching loads.  In addition, an attractive international benefits package including accommodation allowance, travel allowance, support for international schooling (there are three international schools in Ningbo), and insurance (including international medical insurance) will be provided for international appointments.  NUBS China also provides a competitive research support package for candidates showing good research output.  Candidates are expected to have a PhD in a relevant area by the time they start to work.  Excellent English communication skills are essential.  Candidates are also expected to have demonstrated an ability to conduct high-quality research together with strong teaching abilities.


The post will initially be offered on a fixed term contract with the University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China for a period of up to 5 years starting 1 September 2014 (an earlier start date may be possible if mutually agreeable). This contract may be extended on an indefinite basis by mutual agreement, subject to revised terms and conditions.


To learn more about NUBS China we encourage you to attend our networking event at AOM.  Please see more information below:


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You are cordially invited by Dean Carl Fey and the faculty of Nottingham University Business School China (NUBS China) to attend a Unique Chinese-themed Reception at AOM Annual Meeting.


Whether interested in applying for one of our approximately 16 faculty openings, looking for a visiting position, looking for research collaborators, or just wanting to interact with some interesting people come meet faculty from NUBS China, learn about the exciting things NUBS China is doing, and enjoy an atmosphere typified by NUBS China's 3 Is of International, Interactive, and Innovative. Come relax and talk to other AOM attendees while traditional Chinese music and performances occur in the background.





Time: 20:00 - 22:00, Saturday, 10th August 2013


Venue: Asbury B, WDW Yacht and Beach Club Resort

For planning purposes, your response indicating if you can attend by 5th August would be highly appreciated.

Please contact Jessica Li:

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Phone: +86 (0)574 8818 0914





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Nottingham University Business School China

The University of Nottingham Ningbo China

199 Taikang East Road, Ningbo, 315100,  PR China 



Dr. Carl F. Fey



Professor of International Business

Nottingham University Business School China

199 Taikang East Rd.

Ningbo 315100, China


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