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Chair(s) in Finance, The University of Edinburgh

The University of Edinburgh Business School is seeking to appoint up to two Chairs in Finance to its Accounting and Finance Group.  Applications are particularly welcomed from outstanding academics in the areas of banking and investment, corporate finance, or behavioural finance.  Those with an exceptional track record of success in other areas of the discipline will also be considered.

Candidates should have a record of undertaking research and teaching of the highest quality, publishing in top international journals, and mentoring emerging scholars.  The role will involve linking with the financial community, taking advantage of Edinburgh's  standing as an international financial centre.

For a confidential discussion, please contact Sabine Tilly or Christopher Lake at Syllogism at recruitment@syllogism.co.uk or telephone +44 (0)203 417 6076.


Subject Group Head and Chair, Work, Organisation and Management, University of Liverpool

Dr Yves Guillaume has been appointed Subject Group Head and Chair, Work, Organisation and Management at the University of Liverpool.  Yves is joining the University on 1 September from Aston Business School, where he has held the position of Reader in the Work and Organisational Psychology Group.

Yves' research revolves around the study of diversity, leadership, innovation, effectiveness and well-being in teams and organisations, which has been published in leading academic outlets including Academy of Management Journal, Personnel Psychology, Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Organizational Behaviour, Human Relations and Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, and has been funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and industry.  He is an associate editor of Journal of Applied Social Psychology and an editorial board member of British Journal of Management, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, and Organizational Psychology Review.  Yves is a Chartered Psychologis and received his PhD in Management from Aston University.  In the past, he has worked as a lecturer in the Economic and Organisational Psychology group at Ludwig Maximillians University of Munich.


Professor of Fine Art, Newcastle University

Newcastle University is a world-class civic university with a global reputation for academic excellence.

We are to appoint a practicising artist of international standing as Professor of Fine Art in our School of Arts and Cultures.  The School was recently ranked number one in the UK for fine art and leads the way in practice-based research across fine art, media and communication, museum and heritage studies, art history, music, and digital media.

With the stimulus of Newcastle's outstanding academics, students, and facilities, we want to engage your creativity to help us break new and innovative ground in teaching and practice.  You will take a lead in advancing a culture of creative excellence within the School, contributing to our research, teaching and mentoring our emerging artists, and promoting the School among artists and arts organisations regionally, nationally, and internationally.

The appointment is on a permanent basis.  This is a full-time teaching and research position.  Part-time appointments will also be considered.

For an informal discussion, please contact Sabine Tilly or Christopher Lake of our recruitment partners Syllogism at newcastle@syllogism.co.uk or call on +44 (0)203 6076.