Senior Lecturer / Reader in CR

October 26, 2011

Advert here for a Senior Lecturer/Reader in Corporate Responsibility in the Cranfield University School of Management – Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility:


Lecturer in Responsible Business & Sustainability (Teaching Focus)

June 25, 2011


International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ICCSR)

University of Nottingham – Business School

Senior Lecturership – CSR

June 5, 2011

Business Management programme, with a strong emphasis on ethical business practice

Newman University College, Birmingham.

Research Fellowships

May 9, 2011

Research Fellowships in Innovation for Sustainability

The Center for Contemporary History and Policy at the Chemical Heritage Foundation invites applications for one-year research fellowships at the post-doctoral or advanced graduate student level to create and cultivate projects in the area of innovation for sustainability. We anticipate hiring 2-3 individuals for these positions.

Drawing on core competencies and programmatic areas in environmental history and policy and studies of materials innovation, CCHP is developing projects that sit at the intersection of sustainability and innovation, both broadly construed. We especially encourage project proposals that cut across institutional sectors and research objects. The following are examples of topics that might be explored:

  • Materials Innovation
  • Energy (policy, regulation)
  • Role of government regulation
  • Green manufacturing
  • Life-Cycle assessments
  • Alternatives development
  • Green Chemistry

Projects conducted by fellows in residence will contribute to the programmatic and outreach initiatives of CCHP. These materials are intended to reach audiences outside of academe, and in the past have included: white papers, online exhibits, public symposia, and contributions to our oral history collection.

Fellows will work with CCHP staff while in residence to determine the most appropriate project outcomes as part of our efforts to mentor and train junior scholars to reach new and diverse audiences.

In addition to research related to the proposed project, approximately a third of the fellow’s time will be in support of ongoing activities and projects in CCHP.

Salary for post-doctoral researchers will be $45,000; graduate students will receive $25,000.

Applications from women, minorities, and those with disabilities are particularly welcomed and encouraged.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. For full consideration, applications should be received by June 1, 2011. Application materials should include a cover letter, statement of research interests and proposed project (not to exceed two pages), curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses and phone numbers of three references. Materials can be sent as e-mail attachments (pdf-preferred) to Jody Roberts, Associate Director, Center for Contemporary History and Policy at:


Jody A. Roberts
Associate Director
Center for Contemporary History and Policy
P: +1.215.873.8281
F: +1.215.629.5281

Chemical Heritage Foundation
315 Chestnut Street  •  Philadelphia, PA 19106 • U.S.A.

CSR Jobs

January 17, 2011

The Faculty of Management Technology at the German University in Cairo has a strong focus on sustainability through its Business and Society (B&S) Research cluster. The B&S cluster has been established by the departments of Strategic Management, Marketing, Innovation & Technology Management and International Business, yet handles the interface with all other departments across the Faculty. The focus is mainly, but not exclusively, on the areas of business ethics, marketing ethics, consumer education, sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), social entrepreneurship, critical management and organization studies as well as societal and environmental issues seen from a business perspective.


The mission of the center is to foster sustainable internal and external awareness of academics, students, and corporations about business ethics and corporate social responsibility through world-class teaching, research support, industry partnerships for dissemination of research results, corporate trainings, and student extracurricular activities.


The main objectives of the Business and Society research cluster are:

1.       Interdisciplinary and critical analysis of the multi-dimensional responsibilities of businesses and other organizations within their local and wider social and natural environment as well as with regard to their external and internal stakeholders;

2.       (Further) development of theoretical frameworks as well as practice-oriented and applicable concepts for identifying, measuring and managing core values and key principles of sustainable business practices and other organizational activities with social, societal and environmental impact;

3.       Close collaboration with business organizations, governmental and non-governmental as well as not-for-profit organizations in the areas of research, implementation and conduct of sustainable and ethical business concepts.


In light of this, we would like to announce to you the following vacancies at the Faculty of Management Technology, GUC:


Specifically, candidates with strong focus on sustainability issues are highly recommended to apply.


With kind regards,




Noha El-Bassiouny, Ph.D.

Lecturer of Marketing

Founder, Ethics-Based Marketing Initiative(

Founder, Balanced Leader Website(

Faculty of Management Technology

Marketing Department (


The German University in Cairo – GUC

Main Entrance Tagamoa Al Khames, New Cairo City, Egypt

Tel: +20-2-27589990-8, Fax: +20-2-27581041

Chair in CSR

October 18, 2010

Candidates invited for Solvay Business School CSR Chair

After the appointment of Prof. Nigel Roome, Academic Chair of EABIS, as the new Director for the full-time MBA at Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School; EABIS has been asked to look for a successor to hold the Daniel Janssen Chair of CSR at Solvay Business School in Brussels.

The Chair will be appointed at an academic level appropriate to the experience of the candidate.

In addition to the Daniel Janssen Chair, it is possible that the holder will be offered an Associate Academic Directorship at EABIS. The precise appointment will be determined by the qualifications and interests of candidates.

For more information, please write directly to

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Sustainability

July 16, 2010

University of Greenwich – Business School, Department of Systems Management and Strategy