Assistant Professor, Tenure Track Position, Information Systems & Operations Management (ISOM)
May 24, 2018
Suffolk University's Sawyer Business School invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Information Systems Operations Management (ISOM) Department. The anticipated start date is September 2018.
The standard teaching load is 5 semester courses per academic year, with one course reduction for the initial year. ISOM faculty conduct research in various areas including e-health innovation, technology adoption, outsourcing, data quality, security & privacy, project management, business intelligence, HCI and e-commerce.
We are seeking candidates with the following:
Completion of a Ph.D. in Information Systems or related areas from an AACSB accredited institution or equivalent by August 31, 2019.
Evidence of strong teaching and research potential.
Ability to teach core courses in information systems.
Expertise in one or more of the following subjects: Database, Data mining & warehousing, Computer forensics & Security analytics, Enterprise systems, Mobile & Web applications development and Project management.
Ability to teach courses in business analytics and charismatic leadership quality will be good extras.
To apply for the position, please submit a curriculum vita, teaching evaluations, three reference letters and 1-2 publications. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. However, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
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