Dear OSCM colleagues,
Are you a recently graduated or soon graduating PhD with a background from OSCM or a related field (or happen to know someone who is)?
Would you like to experience northern lights of the polar night and endless midsummer sun in the happiest country in the world?
And while doing so conduct high class research in supportive and international community with great research infrastructure, reasonable teaching load, competitive salary and hefty annual leaves?
If you answered yes to the most of the above questions and/or you have any other reason to spend the (hopefully) first post pandemic year 2022 in Finland, please consider the following open postdoc position:
We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher to strengthen our supply chain management research team. This will be a full-time fixed term position for 12 months starting in January 2022.
The postdoctoral researcher will work on an Academy of Finland funded research project titled "Alternative Causes to Agency Problems in Inter-Organizational Relationships".
The project started in 2018 and is currently in the stage of empirical inquiry regarding the topic of supplier failure attributions in supply chain relations using behavioral research methods (e.g., scenario-based vignette experiments).
The project is conducted in close collaboration with Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University in the Netherlands, and the School of Management at University of Bath in the UK. A Short-term visit to either partner university is negotiable.
We are especially looking candidates with a background or interest in behavioral operations management.
For detailed information about the position and to submit your application please visit:https://aalto.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/aalto/job/Otaniemi/POSTDOCTORAL-RESEARCHER-IN-Supply-Chain- Management_R32151
Submit your application as soon as possible since we will process them on rolling basis (but before 15th of November).
Feel also free to contact me or professor Katri Kauppi (contact details behind the link) personally for further information.
Dr Juri Matinheikki
School of Business
Department of Information and Service Management
Aalto University, School of Business