Open Rank Tenure-Track Faculty in Operations Management
The Department of IT, Analytics, and Operations (ITAO) at the Mendoza College of Business invites applications for an open rank tenure-track professor (assistant, associate, or full professor) in Operations Management. Candidates must possess an earned doctorate or the strong prospect of earning a doctorate by Fall 2021 in Operations Management or a closely related area.
Our ideal candidate for assistant rank has publication success at premier outlets in Operations Management area and allied areas, and a strong pipeline of interesting and rigorous research. The successful candidate for associate or full rank should demonstrate a record of excellence in research, teaching, and service, along with clear indications of continued research success. Preference will be given to individuals whose research complements the interests of our existing faculty. The ITAO department is home to a diversity of approaches and backgrounds making for a vibrant research environment, which results in frequent compelling and unique collaborative research projects among our faculty.
In addition, our ideal candidate has proven success in the classroom with an interest in teaching in areas related to Operations Management. The ITAO Department offers two undergraduate majors (Business Analytics and Business Technology) and three Masters of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) programs (a one-year executive-style in Chicago, a two-year dual-degree MSBA/MBA, and a one-year pre-professional South Bend program). The Mendoza College of Business is home to one of the world's premier Masters of Business Administration (MBA) programs, for which we offer concentrations in Business Analytics and Supply Chain & Operations Management.
The teaching load is 3 courses (9 credit hours) per year. Salary and research budget are highly competitive, with generous summer support based on research productivity.
To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by November 1st, 2020. Applications should include all of the following: (a) a cover letter indicating the candidate's research and teaching interests and goals; (b) a curriculum vita; (c) teaching evaluations (if available).
Applications should be submitted online at the following link: https://facultysearch.interfolio.com/16121/positions/60031
Departmental representatives will conduct virtual interviews. For these interviews, we will contact and set up appointments with applicants whose qualifications appear to best meet our requirements and needs. Our intention is to hold campus interviews for a small number of applicants shortly after these virtual interviews.
Please feel free to contact Daewon Sun (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions about this position.
About Mendoza College of Business
The ITAO department includes faculty in areas spanning operations management, operations research, IT management, and business analytics. Despite this breadth, faculty relations are very collegial and there is great camaraderie among the faculty. The ITAO department is housed in the Mendoza College of Business. Over the last 20 years the Mendoza College of Business' research and teaching missions have advanced significantly. For five years in a row from 2010-2014, Notre Dame's undergraduate business program was ranked #1 in the nation according to Business Week, and was recently ranked #2 in the nation. Its MBA program is also highly ranked (#26 in U.S. News and World Report). The Executive MBA (EMBA) program includes programs in two locations: South Bend and Chicago, and was recently ranked the #26 program in the nation. Mendoza also offers several specialized one-year Master of Science programs, including two specialized programs for working professionals in Chicago, the MS in Business Analytics, and the MS in Finance.
The college continues to build on and further develop its research strength. There is substantial support for research, strong connections to business, and several research centers that help forge organizational linkages for faculty. The college also has moved to recognize productive faculty with endowed chairs. The collaborative and egalitarian atmosphere also contributes to advancing the college's research agenda. The college prides itself on an open, respectful, and caring culture, with positive and friendly relations among its faculty and strong support from administrative staff.
For more information about the college's and department's programs please visit the Mendoza College of Business website (http://mendoza.nd.edu/) or the ITAO Department website (http://mendoza.nd.edu/ITAO).
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