Assistant Professor of Logistics
The Barney Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise at Florida Southern College invites applications for The David P. and Constance W. Lyons Endowed Chair in Logistics.
About this position: This a full-time, tenure-track position that will be hired at the rank of associate professor. Responsibilities include 1) teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Supply Chain Management, Logistics, and Analytics, 2) engaging in publishable research that supports excellent teaching and advances the field, and 3) providing service to the school, college, and profession. The normal teaching load is three (3) four-hour courses per semester. Faculty members are expected to be actively engaged with students outside of the classroom. An interest in and appreciation for free enterprise and entrepreneurial values is important.
Qualifications: Candidate must have an earned doctorate in Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Analytics, Management Science, or closely related field and be a "Scholarly Academic” per AACSB standards. Additional qualifications include: a research record based primarily in supply chain management; evidence of teaching supply chain management at undergraduate and MBA levels. Experience teaching logistics analytics is preferred. Teaching excellence, engaged learning, an applied orientation and collegiality are highly valued and expected of all Florida Southern College faculty. Prior experience in on-line teaching is desirable, as is relevant experience in business. Because this position will be offered at the rank of associate professor, applicants should have the academic experience suitable to start at this level.
Florida Southern College is a teaching institution that is known for engaged learning and that encourages and supports scholarly and professional activity among its faculty. The Barney Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise is AACSB accredited. The School recognizes that diversity in people and ideas enhances the educational experience, and it strives to provide students with access and exposure to diverse perspectives from faculty.
Applications should include current curriculum vitae, names and contact information for three professional references, a cover letter indicating interest in the position, and copies of graduate transcripts.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. However, to ensure full consideration, please submit materials by November 25th, 2020.