The College of Business Administration at the University of Missouri-St. Louis seeks to fill a full-time, tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor for Fall 2024.
This position intends to address staffing needs in the Global Leadership and Management Department and requires strong research potential and a commitment to teaching. We seek candidates conducting Organizational Behavior and International Management research. Additional areas of expertise will be considered including Human Resource Management, Strategic Management, or other related Management areas.
The University of Missouri – St. Louis is a Tier 1 national research university and was named as one of "America's Best Colleges" by Forbes Magazine. The College of Business Administration is accredited by the world's premier business school accrediting organization, the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and has been ranked in America's top 20 by U.S. News and World Report for 15 years running.
The department is the focal point for research, course work, non-credit instruction, consulting, and community service in the areas of general management, strategic management, human resource management, international management, and sustainability. We are seeking a new colleague with strong research potential and a commitment to teaching.
40% - research and creative activities leading to scholarly outcomes
40% - teaching, advising, and other assignments
20% - service
•Ph.D. or doctoral degree in Management or a related field to be earned before September 1, 2024.
•Demonstrated ability to publish original research in peer-reviewed journals.
•Potential for research collaborations with departmental faculty.
•Ability to teach Organizational Behavior and Management courses (e.g., advanced organizational behavior, international management, talent acquisition and retention, diversity management, strategic human resource management) at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
•Potential or demonstrated excellence in teaching.
•Strong communication skills.
•Ability to secure external funding for research and scholarship.
•Demonstrated potential or experience supporting the success of students from diverse backgrounds.
Applicants must apply at www.umsl.jobs and upload one .pdf document containing: The candidate's current curriculum vitae. A letter of interest describing your fit for the position requirements as described above, as well as how your experiences and expertise align with the UM System Values Statement (below). A research statement describing your program of research and plans for future research, including any current or potential external funding opportunities. A teaching philosophy statement reflecting your experience with and/or ability to support the success of students from diverse and non-traditional backgrounds. Other relevant materials (e.g. sample publications, teaching ratings) 2-3 letters of recommendation are not required at the time of initial application but will be requested of short-listed candidates. (Recommendations should address the courses and research activities that define the candidate's area(s) of expertise and interest)
For full consideration, please submit your application by October 12, 2023. The position will remain open until filled.