The Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track, assistant professor position in Information Systems and Technology Management starting Fall 2016 (contingent on budgetary approval). The ideal candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in information systems. The ideal candidate would have a history of excellent teaching evaluations board and flexible teaching skills, and a doctorate (or strong prospects for finishing a doctorate) in Information Systems (or a related field, e.g. computer science). Successful candidates must demonstrate their potential to be outstanding teachers and active contributors to professional, university, and community service. We wish to emphasize that this is not a research position, nor will it lead to one. The teaching load for this position is 27 semester hours per year. Individuals maintaining a high level of academic status may have a reduced teaching load of 21 semester hours. ly encouraged to apply.
Application Process: Applications must be submitted electronically to http://www.katz.pitt.edu/facultyhiring/istm-nts.php. Materials must include: (1) a recent curriculum vitae, (2) teaching evaluations or other science of teaching effectiveness, (3) three letters of reference, and (4) any other supporting documents, if applicable. The application deadline is May 1 2016, with the position expecting to be starting on July 1, 2016. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. Women and members of minority groups under-represented in academia are especial
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