The Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and College of Business Administration at the University of Pittsburgh invites applications for a tenure track or tenured position in supply chain management. The position will begin in Fall 2017. While an appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor is anticipated, extraordinary candidates at all levels will be considered. Candidates must have successfully defended their dissertation by summer 2017 and must demonstrate a strong commitment to high quality research and teaching.
We are interested in supply chain candidates who can identify strategies and tactics at the operational level, and have an aptitude to work at the interface of operations with other functional areas, such as OR, marketing, information systems, and accounting. We are particularly interested in candidates with research expertise in risk management, revenue management, CSRJ sustainability, e-commerce, healthcare, sharing economy, etc.
Supply Chain and Value Chain Management is one of the strategic thrusts at the Katz Graduate School of Business and College of Business Administration. The newly established Center for Supply Chain Management (http://www.business.pitt.edu/katz/scm) provides opportunities to interact with industry. We expect the new faculty member to be actively involved with the Center and also participate in shaping the activities in the Business Analytics and Operations ( BAO ) area. Candidates are expected to publish in top-quality leading journals; teach courses across the undergraduate and graduate programs; provide scholarly guidance to doctoral students; and extend the reputation of the area.
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