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 supply management, procurement, business analytics, or
logistics starting Fall 2022.
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 contribute to curriculum
development at the undergraduate and master’s levels.
The W. P. Carey School of Business values our cultural and
intellectual diversity and continually strives to foster a
welcoming and inclusive environment. We are especially
interested in applicants who can strengthen the diversity of the
A completed master’s degree in business administration, supply
chain management or related field by August 2022; 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
1) Ability to meet AACSB business accreditation standards for
participating faculty; 2) Excellence in teaching multiple courses
in supply chain management, procurement, operations, logistics,
business analytics 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 DEADLINE AND PROCEDURE:
Deadline is July 2,
2022. 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, and
a statement (one-page maximum) addressing how your past and/or
potential contributions to diversity and inclusion will advance W.
P. Carey’s commitment to inclusive excellence
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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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