London Business School

United Kingdom

Assistant, Associate

    June 21, 2023
    July 02, 2023

London Business School is open for applications for tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor in the Marketing subject area. While applicants from all areas of research within marketing will be considered, we have a strong preference for a quant-oriented individual.

The start date for this position is expected to start in August 2024, by which time candidates are expected to have received their Ph.D.

First-round interviews will take place virtually via Zoom.

Research and Teaching Requirements

London Business School places a strong emphasis on both research and teaching quality. Faculty are expected to publish articles in leading academic journals.

Career Progression

The position is tenure track. Decisions about contract renewal and promotion are based on individual performance. London Business School salaries are competitive with those at top US business schools.


The London Business School Marketing Faculty’s research covers a wide range of interrelated topics. Current faculty members include Jonathan Berman, Simona Botti, Rajesh Chandy, Stephanie Chen, David Faro, Dafna Goor, Bruce Hardie, Oded Koenigsberg, Anja Lambrecht, John Mullins, Nicolas Padilla, Nader Tavassoli, and Xu Zhang.

London Business School is a graduate school of the University of London, and a leading centre of excellence in management education and research. It has a central location in Regent’s Park in the heart of London. The School attracts outstanding students on its MBA, Masters in Finance, Masters in Management, PhD and executive programmes.

Application procedure

  • A cover letter
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • A research statement
  • A teaching statement
  • At least one current research paper

All application materials must be submitted via the following website:

Applications are open until 02 July at 11:59 PM Pacific Time Zone (PT). (Applications sent by post / courier or email will not be considered.

London Business School is an equal opportunities employer