The Marshall School of Business invites applications for an open-rank, tenure-track position in Operations Management (OM) starting in Fall 2023. Successful candidates must demonstrate a strong potential for scholarly research in Operations Management and an interest in teaching. Teaching opportunities are available at the undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral levels. Candidates should have completed their Ph.D. by Fall 2023 in Operations Management or a related discipline such as Operations Research, Industrial Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Economics, or Computer Science.
For full consideration, please ensure to begin the online application by September 15, 2022, and submit at least a version of your curriculum vitae at that time. The deadline to complete the entire application and upload all materials is November 21, 2022. Complete applications will include i) a curriculum vitae; ii) a research statement; iii) a teaching statement with any previous teaching evaluations if available; iv) a diversity statement describing how you would contribute to and promote the culture of diversity and inclusion at USC Marshall; v) names and email addresses of three people who will be contacted for reference letters. If you have any further questions, please contact [email protected].
About DSO and USC Marshall:
The OM Group at USC Marshall is a part of the Department of Data Sciences and Operations (DSO), which includes other research groups in Statistics and Information Systems. DSO Faculty is a collaborative and inclusive group of scholars who value diverse pedagogical, curricular, and methodological approaches. We have broad, interdisciplinary research interests that span operations management and many related fields of study. Additional information about the Data Sciences and Operations department, its faculty, and the Marshall school can be obtained at http://www.marshall.usc.edu/dso
USC Marshall is renowned for its high-ranking undergraduate, graduate, international, online, and executive education programs. It has an exceptional and inclusive faculty engaged in leading-edge research, a diverse and creative student body, and a commitment to technological advancement. The research productivity of Marshall’s 200 full-time faculty ranks among the top 20 business schools in the world.
The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles as the largest private employer in the city. As an employee of USC, you will be part of a world-class research university and a member of the “Trojan Family.”
USC is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law or USC policy. USC will consider for employment all qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring ordinance. We provide reasonable accommodations to applicants and employees with disabilities. Applicants with questions about access or requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process should contact USC Human Resources by phone at (213) 821-8100, or by email at [email protected]. Inquiries will be treated as confidential to the extent permitted by law.
About USC Marshall School of Business - Data Sciences and Operations
The teaching and research of the Department of Data Sciences and Operations at Marshall (DSO) is comprised primarily of three disciplines: information systems, operations management, and statistics. There are over 40 faculty members in the department who are very active in teaching, research and various professional organizations. Several of the department faculty have received research awards and honors, serve on editorial boards of major journals, and won best teacher awardsThe information systems group offers courses, many with field-based projects, that expose students to emerging technologies, digital transformation, and digital business models, highlighting new ways to transform data into value for the firm and consumer. Operations management coursework, including hands-on projects with industrial partners, shows students how to design businesses that are flexible enough to capitalize on data-driven insights and robust enough to survive the unexpected. Statistics courses teach students to transform "big data" from e-commerce and smart devices into usable insights, competitive analyses, and forecasts. The department is home to two popular master’s programs, Master of Science in Business Analytics and Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management.