Assistant Professor positions (two tenure track positions) in the Supply Chain & Operations

Management: Assistant Professor positions (two tenure track positions) in the Supply Chain & Operations Management area.  The positions will begin August 2023.  Responsibilities include scholarship, teaching, research and service at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.  The primary teaching responsibilities include the introductory SC&OM course along with an upper-level undergraduate course that is consistent with the candidate’s interest and expertise.  The two courses are typically taught in separate semesters. 

The Farmer School of Business graduates approximately 1,000 students per year across its undergraduate and graduate programs.  The Farmer School of Business is housed in a state-of-the-art building and is home to several nationally recognized programs.  The SC&OM area is home to a group of faculty dedicated to providing outstanding teaching and research.  The SC&OM area is rated as the #18 undergraduate program by Gartner, a global research and advisory firm, and is home to the Center for Supply Chain Excellence. Faculty will be present for in person interviews at the CSCMP, INFORMS, and DSI conferences.

Required: Doctorate in Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, Logistics, or closely related field (complete by December 31, 2023 for appointment to 2nd year).  Successful candidates will demonstrate strong research potential and a commitment to teaching excellence.

Submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, transcripts, evidence of effective teaching, research samples, a one-page diversity statement addressing past and/or potential contributions to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion through research, teaching, and/or service to Department will request letters of recommendation from references listed in application. Inquiries may be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Dr. Peter A. Salzarulo, at Screening of applicants will commence on August 22, 2022 with interviews occurring at CSCMP, INFORMS, and DSI.  Screening will continue until the position is filled.  Letters of reference will be requested before on-campus interviews commence. 

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