Open Rank Tenure Track Faculty Position in Operations, Technology and Information Management: Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management
The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business invites applications for a full-time open rank tenure-track position in our Operations, Technology and Information Management (OTIM) area, intended for placement in the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, with an intended start date of July 1, 2021. The position will be based in Ithaca, NY.
The responsibilities of the position include: teaching basic and advanced courses in analytics, information systems, operations management, statistics, and/or technology management at the MBA level; research in the field of operations, technology, and information management; supervision of doctoral students; interdisciplinary contribution to the research and teaching of other faculty members; and service to the school.
The ideal candidate will possess a Ph.D. in Operations, Technology, and Information Management or a related field, or be assured of completing a Ph.D. before July 1, 2021.
The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business (established on July 1, 2016) combines three Schools: the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management (Johnson), the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management (Dyson), and the School of Hotel Administration (Hotel School). The Johnson School offers MBA, Accelerated MBA, Executive MBA, and Ph.D. programs. Courses and programs are taught at Cornell's main Ithaca campus, the Cornell Tech campus in New York City, and other locations across the globe.
For full consideration, please ensure that your application is complete by January 15, 2021. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position has been filled. Applications received after January15, 2021 will be reviewed if the position has not been filled.
The following materials are required:
Letter of interest, with clear indication of position being applied for;
Up to three research papers;
Names and contact information of three references;
Statement on Contributions to Diversity;
Report of courses taught and evidence of teaching effectiveness;
Any other supporting documents, such as curriculum development materials
Graduating PhD students should ask their references to submit letters of recommendation.
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