CAREER OVERVIEW

  • Resarch-driven, practice-oriented academic
  • Established international expertise in political marketing and expertise in political leadership and public input, with new research in political management
  • Author/editor of 14 books
  • A-rated researcher in 2012 NZ PBRF
  • Google Scholar Citation count for publications (first publication 2001): 2193; h-index 20, i-10-index 30,
  • Scopus H index 8, Web of Science 6
  • hg-index 30; in the 90th percentile for full marketing professors in AU, NZ, Canada, USA and UK (average is 25.96)
  • Research influence branches out to multiple disciplines (UoA Researcher Impact Report, 2017)
  • Winner of the 2015 International Association for Public Participation Research Award for Australasia
  • Academic Advisor to TVNZ’s Vote Compass and Kiwimeter initiatives, engaging over a million members of the public in discussing politics and policy and facilitating the University and TVNZ partnering to host the first ever 1 News Young Voters Debate
  • Teaching experience in political marketing, management, government, communication, practice of politics
  • Entrepreneurial nurturing leadership through groups, organisations, networks and events
  • Focused on employability and applied skills in teaching
  • J Lees-Marshment CV July 2018
  • Interview for Campaigns down Under September 2014
  • My Story for Auckland University University news
  • University webpage
  • Google scholar citations

APPOINTMENTS

Auckland University, New Zealand

  • 2013 Associate Professor
  • 2010 Senior Lecturer over the bar
  • 2005 Senior Lecturer (Grade 5, top of the scale), Department of Political Studies

Keele University, England

  • 2005 Senior Lecturer
  • 2003 Lecturer B
  • 2002 Lecturer A, Department of Management

Aberdeen University, Scotland

  • 2001-2 Lecturer A, Department of Management
  • 2000-1 Research Assistant, Department of Politics and IR

Keele University, England

  • 1997-2000 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Politics
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