Assistant Professor In Supply Chain And Operations
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Introduction (Description of
The Sheldon B. Lubar College of Business at the University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee invites applications for two tenure-track
Assistant Professors in Supply Chain/Operations Management &
Business Statistics to begin in August 2024.
Successful candidates will be expected to contribute to the
advancement of knowledge through high quality publications in
leading academic journals. The primary responsibilities also
include teaching supply chain/operations management topics and/or
quantitative/statistical methods across all levels of our academic
programs. Additionally, the successful candidate will contribute to
the mission of the Lubar College by engaging with, mentoring, and
advising students, by providing service to the area, College, and
University through committee support and other shared governance
activities, and by enhancing the College's strong linkages with the
- Ph.D. in Business or closely related field, majoring in Supply
Chain Management/Operations Management/Business Statistics or a
related area, or anticipated completion by August 2024.
- Evidence of potential teaching effectiveness either as an
independent instructor or teaching assistant and the desire for
excellence in teaching.
- Research potential in, but not limited to, supply chain
management, operations management, service operations, and/or
- Ability to communicate effectively with prospective and current
students, potential industry contacts, and the wider
- Scholars with a modeling focus and expertise in analytical
Candidates seeking consideration must apply at https://jobs.uwm.edu/postings/37711and
submit application materials electronically to include: a cover
letter; curriculum vitae describing educational background and work
experience; a statement of teaching; a statement of research
interest and publications; and information relative to dissertation
status and anticipated schedule for completion, if applicable
(Document 3). Also include a list of courses taught and teaching
evaluations (Document 1) and representative research papers
(Document 2). Please provide a list of three references with
contact information to include postal addresses, e-mail and
telephone numbers with your application.
Search Committee representatives will be available during the
INFORMS Conference (October 15-17, 2023, in Phoenix, AZ) to meet
with you and provide further information about this position.
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