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Shape and Sustain the Future - Assistant Professor post in Supply Chain Management

  • 1.  Shape and Sustain the Future - Assistant Professor post in Supply Chain Management

    Posted 07-25-2023 06:50

    Shape and Sustain the Future
    New Academic Opportunities at University of Galway – A University for the Public Good

    Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Management (Supply Chain)

    Applications are invited for a permanent Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Management (Supply Chain) post at the J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics at University of Galway, Ireland.

    About the University of Galway

    University of Galway has been inspiring minds since 1845 as a research-led university. University of Galway one of the oldest and largest universities in Ireland. The campus community includes over 21,000 students and staff and 110,000 alumni located in over 100 countries across the world. University of Galway is counted among the Top 260 universities in the world according to the most prestigious rankings, positioned in the top 2% globally. University of Galway is an international university with global ambition, but with deep roots in the region and nationally. Its location on the very edge of Europe gives University of Galway a unique perspective. University of Galway is at the heart of a distinct and vibrant region, renowned for its unique culture, creative industries, medical technologies, marine ecology and economy, and innovation.

    About the J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics

    J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics is one of three Schools within the College of Business, Public Policy and Law at University of Galway. The School has 2,800 students, over 130 faculty, research and professional services staff, and over 30 undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The School has successfully attained AACSB and AMBA accreditation, as well as EFMD programme accreditation. The School is a member of PRME.

    J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics is for the public good. Energised by its regional edge on the west coast of Ireland, it is a globally-engaged School of Business and Economics for the public good that makes a transformative impact for students, society and business. 

    The Management Discipline at the J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics is recognised nationally and internationally as contributing to business & society, entrepreneurship & innovation, human resource management & decent work, international business & strategy, as well as responsible & sustainable management. Supply Chain Management has been identified as an important area for further development. The research, teaching and engagement of the Management Discipline makes the strongest contribution to the following United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:

    ·         Good health and well-being

    ·         Decent work and economic growth

    ·         Industry, innovation and infrastructure

    ·         Peace, justice and strong institutions

    Discipline academics have editorial and board membership roles and have published in numerous leading international peer-reviewed journals, including the British Journal of Management, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Human Relations, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of World Business, Organization StudiesResearch Policy, and Strategic Management Journal, among others. The Centre for Entrepreneurial Growth and Scaling is led by colleagues from the Discipline.

    The key teaching areas of the Discipline include a broad range of business and management subjects on the Bachelor of Commerce degree programmes, post-graduate programmes and on the MBA programme.

    The successful candidate will contribute to teaching and examining; engage in scholarship and research; assist with administration and the development of the Management Discipline and School of Business and Economics; and contribute to the intellectual life of the University and the wider community.

    For further information, please visit our recruitment page -

    For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Esther Tippmann, Head of Management Discipline, J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics, University of Galway (

    Additional information on the Discipline of Management and the School of Business and Economics is available at and

    Information on the University's Strategic Plan is available at:  Strategy - University of Galway

    Salary: €58,917 to €93,991 p.a.

    Closing date: 15th September 2023 

    Esther Tippmann
    University of Galway