PhD candidate in organization and management University of Stavanger, School of Business Norway

The University of Stavanger (UiS) has about 12,000 students and 1,700 employees. The university is located in Norway's third largest city region, with a dynamic labor market and exciting cultural and leisure activities. We are the only Norwegian member of the European Consortium of Innovative Universities. The university has great ambitions. We will be a driving force in the region's knowledge development and an international research university with an emphasis on innovation and innovation. Together with our employees and students, we will raise our eyes and dare to think big and new - we will challenge the well-known and explore the unknown.


The business school at UiS offers bachelor programs in economics and administration, accounting and auditing as well as jurisprudence. In addition, Masters in Economics and Administration (Civil Economics) are offered, accounting and auditing, experience-based master's programs aimed at business and industry (EMBA) and research education (PhD). The faculty facilitates education, research and dissemination within a wide range of subjects, such as finance, marketing, organization and management, accounting and auditing, jurisprudence, strategy and economics. The University's Center for Innovation Research and the Center for Entrepreneurship are organized by the faculty. As of today, about 80 employees and 1,200 students are affiliated with the faculty.


From 1.1.2019 the faculty's academic activities are organized in three departments; Department of Innovation, Management and Marketing, Department of Accounting and Jurisprudence and Department of Economics and Finance. The faculty will be array organized. The department departments, led by the head of department, are responsible for contributing courses and teaching across the various study programs, which in turn have their own program managers.


PhD candidate in organization and management


The University of Stavanger is seeking a research fellow in organization and management at UiS Business School, Department of Innovation, Management and Marketing.


The position will finance PhD projects within the field of organization and management. The projects can focus on one of the following topics:

  • management, teams and interventions in the workplace (field experiments)
  • organizational learning, organizational development and change management
  • the importance of automation, digitization and technology on organization and work processes
  • production management / operations


Applicants are requested to submit a proposal for a possible PhD project within the field.


This is an educational position that will primarily give promising research talents the opportunity for professional development. The position has research training up to the doctoral degree as a goal.


The PhD candidate is employed for a period of three years with a pure research education, or four years with a research education and 25% duty work. This is clarified in the recruitment process. The position is vacant from 1 August 2019.


The person who is employed must have a strong academic background with a five-year master's degree within the relevant subject area, preferably of a recent date, or equivalent education which provides the basis for conducting a research education. The grade on the Master's thesis and the weighted average grade on the Master's program must both correspond to B or better to be considered. Candidates who submit the master thesis in spring 2019 are also welcome to apply.


In the assessment, emphasis will be placed on the applicant's project proposal, potential for research within the field, and personal prerequisites for completing the research education. Those who are employed must be able to work independently and in a community, be innovative and creative. The fellow must have good English proficiency, both written and oral. For graduates with a large working capacity and who are aware that a doctoral course is a demanding learning process, the fellowship position constitutes outstanding opportunities for personal and professional development.


The position is regarded as important recruitment positions for academic positions at universities and university colleges.


The study program is carried out at the University of Stavanger, except for an agreed stay abroad in a recognized relevant research environment.


The scholarship is paid according to the Government Wage Regulations lpl 17,515, code 1017, NOK 449,400 per year. The position provides automatic membership of the Government Pension Fund, which ensures good pension rights.


Further information about the position can be obtained from Professor Aslaug Mikkelsen, tel. 51 833770, email, Dean Bjarte Ravndal, tel. +47 51831593 , email, or to the dean of research Ola Kvaløy, tel. +47 51831582 , email . Information about the hiring process can be obtained by contacting HR counsel Kirsten Sikveland, tel. +47 51833701 , email


The university has few women in recruitment positions within the disciplines and therefore, in particular, encourages women to apply.


The application is registered in an electronic form at Relevant education and experience must be registered in the form. Project proposals (max. 2000 words), diplomas, certificates, publication list and any other documentation that you wish to be taken into account are uploaded as attachments to the application in separate files. The documentation must be in a Scandinavian language or English. If the attachments exceed 30 MB in total, they must be compressed before uploading.

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