Asst/Assoc/Full Professor in Operations Management
Simon Business School, University of Rochester
Location: Rochester, New York
Type: Full Time
The Simon Business School is seeking tenure-track candidates to conduct research in Operations Management and to teach MBA, MS, undergraduate and PhD level courses in this area. Candidates at all levels are invited to apply. Senior candidates are expected to have demonstrated leadership ability, well-established research credentials as evidenced by publications in top refereed journals, and demonstrated teaching excellence. Junior candidates must show promise of excellence in research and teaching and are expected to have or soon receive a Ph.D. in Operations Management, Operations Research, Industrial Engineering, or a related field. 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 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. Teaching opportunities in Operations Management extend across all programs, the group is expanding, and teaching loads are very competitive.
The School's generous research support provides many opportunities for conducting interdisciplinary research. The Simon School's small size leads to a strong collegial atmosphere in both teaching and research. To learn more about the Simon School please visit our website, www.simon.rochester.edu.
Several current members of the Operations Management group are expected to attend the INFORMS conference in Anaheim, CA, in October, and we are planning to conduct in person interviews and attend presentations by candidates. To be considered for that, at least vita and preferably copies of research papers or publications should be submitted by October 20.
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