This position will be responsible for carrying out the teaching, research, and service mission of the department. The current teaching load for research-active faculty is 10 semester credits per academic year. The teaching assignment will be either at the undergraduate or graduate level. There is also an expectation of advising at the Ph.D. level. On the research mission, faculty are expected to develop and maintain a research stream that will contribute to the Supply Chain and Operations discipline. Finally, this position is expected to serve on department and collegiate committees.
We invite applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level. Preference will be given to candidates currently at the senior assistant professor rank. All applicants must possess a Ph.D. in supply chain and operations management or related discipline by the starting date of the appointment, August 26, 2019. Preference will be given to applicants conducting engaged scholarship related to contemporary issues in supply chain and operations such as socially responsible operations, healthcare operations, sharing economy platforms, and value chain innovations in emerging economies. Applicants with rigorous training in empirical methods, data analytics, and experimental methods, and with a demonstrated ability to conduct empirically-driven research on contemporary issues in supply chain and operations are especially desirable.
Entry-level applicants for an Assistant Professor position must have a strong research program, and also the potential to excel in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses.
Applicants who already hold an Assistant Professor position must demonstrate an exceptional research trajectory and evidence of high-impact publications, as well as excellence in the classroom.
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