Assistant or Associate Professor - Supply Chain Management
- Colorado State University - College of Business
- Fort Collins, Colorado
Our undergraduate supply chain program was established several years ago and has recently achieved a 96% placement rate within 90 days of graduation, a 100% offer rate, and grown in both the number of students and as a percentage of total College of Business majors each semester. The program consistently places in the top 5 in student case competitions, and last year ranked #17 for faculty empirical research productivity. Our Supply Chain Forum has strong community engagement to, and support from, local businesses.
The Department of Management is one of five departments in the College of Business. The department has a strong record of teaching and research accomplishments as well as a collegial work environment. There are three primary areas in the department including supply chain management, human resource management/organizational behavior, and entrepreneurship/strategy. The Department currently has 17 tenured/tenure track faculty members and serves approximately 2,400 undergraduate business majors, 1,300 undergraduate business minors, and 1,000 MBA students.
The College of Business at Colorado State University is an AACSB-accredited business school with a worldwide alumni base of 34,000 and growing. We are a purpose-driven community seeking to fulfill our mission of transforming lives and improving the world around us through business education, scholarly research and community engagement. Our vision is to build a nationally recognized College that provides access to an exceptional business education, excels in research that advances our understanding of the world, and leverages the power of business to make our world a better place.
Applications must be submitted electronically by October 20, 2019 for full consideration at:
A complete application will include 1) a vita; 2) a letter of application providing detail on required and preferred qualifications; 3) specific statements regarding teaching and empirical research philosophies; 4) documented evidence of teaching effectiveness (if available. Upload to the “other” slot); 5) one representative sample of recently completed research or work in progress that provides evidence of a developing or continuing research program in SCM, and 6) three references. References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates.
Official transcripts will be required of all finalists. Inquiries will be treated confidentially.
Applications will be accepted until November 10, 2019; however, for full consideration, the complete application package must be received by October 20, 2019. The selected candidate will be expected to start August 16, 2020 or as negotiated.
CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.
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