Tenure Track Assistant or Associate Professor in Operations and Global Supply Chain Management

Tenure Track Assistant or Associate Professor in Operations and Global Supply Chain Management

Thunderbird School of Global Management invites applications for an advanced assistant or associate professor faculty position in operations and supply chain management to begin Fall 2014 or after.


The individual filling this position will deliver courses in the areas of operations management, process improvement, global logistics, and global supply chain management. Industry experience, capacity to work cross-functionally in a team environment, and regionally-focused global expertise will be highly valued in the selection process. The faculty member selected for the position will be expected to teach courses at the graduate level and conduct research publishable in respected academic and practitioner-oriented journals.


Thunderbird seeks individuals who have experience working with a diverse student body in graduate and executive level programs, degree and non-degree, and who have an interest in working with a variety of teaching and curricular methods including online education and overseas module delivery. Requirements include a Ph.D. in operations management, supply chain management, or a related field from an accredited institution, and a strong demonstrated commitment to teaching and research in international business. Preference will be given to candidates currently serving at the advanced assistant or associate professor level who have demonstrated excellence in teaching and have established records of publishing in respected journals.


    Thunderbird School of Global Management is a private, not-for-profit AACSB-accredited graduate business school whose main campus is located in Glendale, Arizona. Founded in 1946, Thunderbird is consistently ranked #1 in global business education by a variety of different graduate level rankings periodicals.


    A complete application will include the following: a curriculum vita, a letter of application, research samples (e.g., job market papers), and evidence of teaching effectiveness, in a PDF document. Complete applications should be sent electronically to HRresumes@Thunderbird.edu. with the candidate name and position title in the subject line of the email. Please quote Ref: 2011.

    Thunderbird is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. Women, minority candidates, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Thunderbird reserves the right to fill or not fill these positions.

      Please send resume to: 
      Thunderbird School of Global Management, Human Resources, Ref. #2011
      1 Global Place, Glendale, AZ 85306 
      or email: 
      HRResumes@thunderbird.edu EEO/MFDV

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