University of Oxford
Postdoctoral Fellow in Marketing
Grade 8: £45,585 – £54,395 per annum
Fixed-term contract for 3 years, full time
This fellowship offers a unique opportunity for a dedicated researcher to advance their academic career in preparation for a future faculty position at a world-class research university. The successful candidate will be an integral member of the marketing faculty group at the Saïd Business School and will play a crucial role in the Oxford Future of Marketing Initiative (FOMI).
– Conduct rigorous empirical quant research in marketing, focusing on the drivers of brand performance and brand equity building.- Work closely with Dr Felipe Thomaz, Dr Jason Bell, and Prof Andrew Stephen on joint projects, utilising Kantar-BrandZ data and other datasets.
– Lead research projects with FOMI industry partners such as BMC Software, Diageo, Google, JP Morgan, and others.
– Publish research in top-tier marketing journals.
– Present research at major academic conferences in marketing.
You should possess a doctoral degree in marketing or be nearing completion. You must also demonstrate proven expertise in empirical quant research within the marketing field and possess a solid understanding of the marketing literature related to branding and brand valuation. Additionally, you should be adept at handling large datasets and be proficient in employing current empirical quant methods at the standard necessary for publication in top-tier marketing journals.
Further information on this role can be found in the job description.
The Saïd Business School offers very generous benefits, some of which are:
• Generous holiday allowance of 38 days including bank holidays
• Hybrid working
• Membership of the Oxford staff pension scheme
• Discounted bus travel
• Subsidised onsite catering
• Cycle loan scheme
• Plus, many other University benefits
All applications must include a CV, Supporting Statement/Cover Letter and Current Salary.
For further guidance and support, please visit https://www.jobs.ox.ac.uk/how-to-apply.
The closing date for applications is 26 January 2024 at 12.00 noon.