Assistant or Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior

The Department of Management, Entrepreneurship, and Leadership at Texas Christian University invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track Organizational Behavior position within the Neeley School of Business. This position can be filled at either the assistant or associate-level; we encourage interested candidates at both levels to apply. Employment will begin in August, 2018.


Successful candidates will demonstrate significant research and teaching accomplishments in organizational behavior or closely related fields (e.g., HR, I/O Psychology), with collegiality also of high importance. Primary responsibilities will include conducting high quality research, teaching undergraduate and/or MBA courses, supporting the BNSF Neeley Leadership Program (, and engaging in executive education (for mid-career applicants). Teaching load and salary are competitive and commensurate with qualifications. A typical research-intensive faculty teaches 3 courses per year (usually a “2/1” load) and receives competitive summer support.

Our Department

The department provides an exceptional work environment, with highly supportive colleagues who are dedicated to the vision of being world class thought leaders. We realize this vision through excellence in research, teaching and professional service. Faculty enthusiastically engage in research and regularly publish in top journals, with publications in recent years in Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Organization Science, Personnel Psychology, Strategic Management Journal and The Leadership Quarterly. Our faculty are editors of top journals in their disciplines, hold leadership positions in the Academy of Management, and serve on editorial boards of the premier journals in management. We are seeking candidates who share in our vision and can contribute effectively to our highly productive and collaborative environment. For specific information on the department, see

TCU and the Neeley School of Business

TCU has approximately 10,000 FTE undergraduate and graduate students, with a student to faculty ratio of 17.7 and an average class size of 27. The Neeley School has approximately 2,500 undergraduates enrolled in the Departments of: Accounting; Finance; Management, Entrepreneurship & Leadership; Marketing; and Information Sciences & Supply Chain and 350 graduate students enrolled in the MBA and Masters of Accounting programs.  The school’s undergraduate program is ranked in the top 25 by Bloomberg Businessweek and Poets and Quants. The Executive MBA program was recently ranked twelfth in the world by The Economist, and the Full-Time MBA program is ranked as number 56 by Bloomberg Businessweek. TCU was among 86 Universities cited by The Chronicle of Higher Education 2016 edition of Great Colleges to Work For and recognized in all twelve categories as well as being cited on their honor roll. TCU recently received a grade of “A” and was ranked among the top 10% of private, not-for-profit universities rated by Forbes using nine measures of fiscal soundness. The Neeley School offers a broad range of undergraduate and graduate programs including executive and international programs. For further information on TCU, see and and for further information on the Neeley School of Business, see

The Fort Worth and Dallas Metroplex

The Neeley School is located in Fort Worth, Texas, one of the nation’s top communities for business growth.

The DFW area is the 4th largest metropolitan area in the United States with a combined population of 6.7 million people. Fort Worth boasts five world-class museums, including the Amon Carter, Kimbell, and Modern Art Museums. Fort Worth’s downtown is vibrant and supports both the Fort Worth Opera and Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. Quality of living is high with great restaurants, local breweries, and Trinity Trails, which offers 40 miles of running or biking trails, equestrian trails for horseback riding, boat launches for canoes, kayaks and sculls, and a water-ski slalom course.


Candidates for the position should possess (or expect completion of by August 2018) an earned doctorate in business management or a closely related discipline with an emphasis in organizational behavior.


Applications and other documentation must be submitted electronically through the TCU HR system at From there, click on “Find Openings” and select “Business Positions.”

Applicants should attach the following to the online application: (1) a cover letter indicating interest and targeted rank (assistant or associate) and (2) a curriculum vitae demonstrating research and other professional accomplishments. Applicants for an assistant level position should also submit (3) evidence of teaching activity/excellence and (4) three references with addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers. We will request similar information from associate candidates at a later date.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. We will be interviewing a small number of applicants at the Academy of Management meeting in Atlanta, GA; interview invitations will be made in mid- to late-July, so interested applicants should submit materials as soon as possible (preferably before July 15th). Interviewing at the Academy meeting is preferred, but not a prerequisite for later consideration.

Requests for additional information or assistance should be directed to:

Office of Human Resources

Texas Christian University


As an AA/EEO employer, TCU recruits, hires, and promotes qualified persons in all job classifications without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, ethnic origin, disability, genetic information, covered veteran status, or any other basis protected by law.