23rd November 2023

Join Our Team at Oxford Brookes Business School: A Call for Visionary Researchers!


Are you an extraordinary researcher with a passion for academic excellence and innovation? Your search ends here!

Oxford Brookes Business School is excited to announce an exceptional opportunity for an inspirational academic talent. We’re looking for a highly motivated and talented Postdoctoral Research Associate to become a part of our dynamic community, dedicated to education and research.

About the Role:

You will play a pivotal role in the Technology in Professional Services (TiPS) project. This groundbreaking research project, generously funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Innovate UK, is set to revolutionise technological adoption in the realms of accountancy and law. Collaboratively led by the prestigious Lancaster University Management School, Oxford Brookes Business School, and the innovative Hyperscale Group, this initiative aims to significantly enhance our understanding of the dynamics influencing technology adoption in accountancy and law firms.

Your Impact:

As a Postdoctoral Research Associate, you will:

  • Collaborate closely with esteemed scholars such as Prof Tim Vorley, Dr Francisco Trincado-Munoz, and Dr Tzameret Rubin.
  • Work alongside a team of renowned academics from our partner institutions.
  • Contribute to a project that promises to shape the future of technology in professional services.

Why Oxford Brookes Business School?

  • Be a part of a vibrant educational and research community.
  • Engage in meaningful work that has a real-world impact.
  • Work in a supportive and collaborative academic environment.


Apply Now: Ready to take the next step in your academic career? Visit https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/DDZ477/post-doctoral-research-associate to apply.

Need More Information?

For an informal discussion about this role, feel free to reach out to Dr Francisco Trincado Munoz at ftrincado-munoz@brookes.ac.uk.

Join us on the TiPS project, where your research could pave the way for technological transformations in the professional world!

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