Lecturer (Open Rank), Supply Chain Management, W. P. Carey School of Business, ASU
The Department of Supply Chain Management in the W. P. Carey School of Business at ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY (Tempe) invites applications for a Lecturer, non-tenure track position in the areas of operations, supply management or logistics starting Fall 2021.
The candidate must contribute to the Department of Supply Chain Management’s mission primarily in the areas of teaching, curriculum development, and service. The candidate must be able to deliver excellent instruction and to contribute to curriculum development at the undergraduate and master’s levels.
Lecturer – 1) A completed master’s degree in business administration, supply chain management or related field by August 2021; 2) Demonstrated potential for teaching excellence at undergraduate and/or graduate level as evidenced by organization and communication skills or strong teaching evaluations; 3) A record of scholarship as evidenced by professional experience within supply chain management, operations, logistics and/or business administration profession.
Senior Lecturer – 1) A master’s degree in business administration, supply chain management or related field; 2) The equivalent of 5 years of full-time teaching at a 4-year institution. 3) Demonstrated teaching excellence at the undergraduate and/or graduate level as evidenced by good teaching evaluations, course innovation, organization and communication skills; 4) A record of scholarship as evidenced by professional and/or academic experience within the supply chain management, operations, logistics and/or business administration profession, an active learning agenda, and papers, articles, tutorials, or manuals.
Principal Lecturer – 1) A master’s degree in business administration, supply chain management or related field; 2) Sustained long-term excellence in teaching at the undergraduate and/or graduate level as evidenced by strong teaching evaluations, course innovation, organization and communication skills; 3) The equivalent of 7 years of full-time teaching at a 4-year institution. 4) Demonstrated leadership record of scholarship as evidenced by professional and/or academic experience within the supply chain management, operations, logistics and/or business administration profession, an active learning agenda, and papers, articles, tutorials, or manuals. Demonstrated leadership in curriculum development.
1) Ability to meet AACSB business accreditation standards for participating faculty; 2) Excellence in teaching multiple courses in supply chain management, operations, logistics and/or business administration courses; 3) Experience with training and industry partnerships. 4) Teaching experience in a variety of platforms, including executive, onsite, online, graduate and undergraduate levels.Application Instructions:
The deadline to apply is May 29, 2021. Applications will continue to be accepted on a rolling basis for a reserve pool. Applicants in the reserve pool may then be reviewed in the order in which they were received until the position is filled. To apply, submit a letter indicating teaching and research interests, your curriculum vitae, 3 letters of recommendation via apply.interfolio.com/86150. Please direct inquiries firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any further questions about the position.
The Department of Supply Chain Management (SCM) is regularly ranked among the top 5 in the United States at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and each year graduates approximately 400 students with a BS-SCM, 95 with a BA-Global Logistics, 45 Full-Time MBAs with an SCM concentration, numerous Working Professional MBAs (50+ with a SCM concentration), 58 with a MS-Global Logistics and 230 with a MS-Business Analytics, and 2 to 4 PhD students. The ASU SCM faculty includes over 30 tenured, tenure-track, and clinical professors – among the largest in the United States. Many top researchers visit the department to present their work at regular seminars and conferences. All this translates into high quality instruction at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. For more information please see https://wpcarey.asu.edu/supply-chain-management-degrees.
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