The Department of Supply Chain Management, Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University invites applications for a pool of qualified fixed-term instructors/assistant professors to teach one or more undergraduate and/or graduate courses in supply chain management (logistics/transportation, operations, purchasing/procurement), with possible additional support for students and/or research. These positions will be filled on an as-needed basis within two years of the position posting date. Positions may be for one or more semesters, including fall, spring and summer.
Please note that a position could be part-time or full-time and may vary by semester, depending on the needs of the department. It is possible that no positions will be needed in some semesters. Renewal may be possible based on department teaching needs, funding and performance. Salary and terms are negotiable depending on experience and rank.
There is a current need for an instructor/assistant professor in late spring/early summer 2020 to teach a 3 credit course in operations management and lean enterprise in the Master’s of Science in Supply Chain Management Program. There is also potential for teaching this course in late summer/early fall 2020.
Specific areas of expertise desired for the master’s teaching position include total quality management, lean enterprise principles, practices and techniques, implementation of quality and lean enterprise improvement programs, and manufacturing and competitive strategies.
Positions at the instructor level require a Master’s degree from an accredited university.
A Ph.D. or equivalent degree is preferred (and is required for the assistant professor rank). Candidates must have a demonstrated record of teaching excellence and/or significant work experience in one or more of the following areas:
Manufacturing or service operations
Supply chain management
Required Application Materials
Review of applications is ongoing and continuous. To ensure full consideration for the late spring/early summer 2020 master’s teaching position, applications should be received by February 5, 2020.
For additional information, please contact Dr. Judy Whipple (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Applications will be reviewed as needed.
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