We are seeking candidates for a 1 to 2-year visiting faculty position in Operations Management beginning Fall 2021. Candidates at all levels will be considered. The successful applicant should have a Ph.D. or A.B.D in operations management, operations research, industrial engineering or related field. We seek candidates who can teach Supply Chain Analytics, Service Operations or other Operations Analytics oriented courses and who are interested in research collaboration with Operations Management faculty. The Simon School's generous research support provides many opportunities for conducting interdisciplinary research. Salary is highly competitive.
The Simon School is one of the nation's top research business schools and has Ph.D., full-time and part-time Undergraduate, M.B.A. and M.S. programs in Rochester, and Executive MBA programs in Rochester and in Bern, Switzerland. The Simon School has a fast-growing M.S. program in Business Analytics and is promoting various research and teaching initiatives in Big Data and Business Analytics. This creates opportunities for faculty to work with industrial and academic partners as an integral part of their research program. We prefer candidates that can actively participate in and further develop that effort. The Simon School's small size leads to a strong collegial atmosphere in both teaching and research. The Operations Management faculty at the Simon School is committed to excellence in research and teaching and is considered to be one of the top research groups in the nation. Our focus is on the use of quantitative models for addressing significant business and social problems. To learn more about the Simon School please visit our website, www.simon.rochester.edu.
To ensure full consideration please apply online, http://www.simon.rochester.edu/faculty-recruiting, and submit an electronic application (including vita, transcripts, three letters of references, and copies of research papers or publications) as soon as possible, but no later than August 6, 2021 to Professor Harry Groenevelt at [email protected]. Late applications may be considered.
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