Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Operations Management and Business Analytics
Department of Operations, Business Analytics, and Information Systems (OBAIS)
Carl H. Lindner College of Business
University of Cincinnati (UC)
The Department of Operations, Business Analytics, and Information Systems (OBAIS) in the Carl H. Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati invites applications for two full-time tenure-track positions in Business Analytics/Operations Management, beginning August 2018. These positions are open rank (Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor) and are commensurate with experience.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: At time of interview, all candidates must have completed, or be on track to complete, a doctoral degree in Operations Management, Industrial Engineering or a related area, by August 31, 2018. Candidates will be expected to teach in all levels of doctoral, master's, and undergraduate programs in the area(s) of Business Analytics or Operations Management, and conduct related research consistent with the high standards of the Lindner College of Business, as well as fulfill service obligations.
The Operations and Business Analytics faculty at UC engage in research and teaching in a wide variety of application areas, including simulation, service and healthcare operations management, supply chain management, operations research/management science, optimization, and statistics. Operations and Business Analytics faculty work closely with the departmental Information Systems faculty as well as other faculty in the college and university. OBAIS faculty also work with the UC Center for Business Analytics, which is a consortium of more than 20 member companies including Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Fifth Third Bank, GE Aviation, Kroger, P&G, Macy's, US Bank and others, to promote collaboration between industry, faculty and students in the area of analytics.
UC's urban environment makes the Lindner College of Business an ideal setting in which to deliver academic excellence with an emphasis on experiential learning in a multi-disciplinary environment, adding real-world value to students and the communities they serve. In addition to its business analytics, operations, industrial management, and information systems undergraduates, the OBAIS department has two acclaimed Master's programs in Business Analytics and in Information Systems with about 200 students as well as a thriving PhD program with a history of successful student placements in academia. Enrollment in these programs, and at the University of Cincinnati has been increasing. UC is known for its research, educational excellence, innovative teaching, and real-world experience through its 100+ year-old cooperative education program, the first in the nation.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. Application packets should include: a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research plans and teaching philosophy, a summary of teaching records and evaluations (if applicable), contact information for three references, and any other relevant supporting documentation (e.g., sample research papers, peer teaching reviews, etc.).
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