Gender and Diversity in Organizations, Industrial Organization, Leadership
The Department of Management, with the support of The National Counterterrorism, Innovation, Technology, and Education (NCITE) Center at the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO), seeks faculty candidates for an Open-Rank, Tenure-track Faculty Position in Management. The anticipated start date is August 2021. At the time of hire, candidates should have a Ph.D. in Management, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Sociology, Communications, MIS, or a closely related field, have a desire to teach forward-thinking Management courses in an innovative business school, and excel in applied and extramurally-funded research in the domain of Homeland Security. As this position is part of a cluster-hire initiative for our newly designated Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence in Terrorism Prevention and Counterterrorism Research, successful candidates will be expected to collaborate with other faculty across the University of Nebraska to develop extramurally funded proposals. This research stream, on behalf of the National Counterterrorism, Innovation, Technology, and Education Center (NCITE) at UNO, and specific areas of expertise include (but are not limited to) the future of work, diversity and inclusion organizational practices, leadership, social movements and networks, terrorist organizational structures, and/or mixed-initiative teaming. Although we have specified these areas, we are looking for talent and we are open to a variety of areas of expertise and other ways candidates may fit.
We seek an individual dedicated to excellence in teaching and research programs; committed to the application of management or related fields to issues of interest to the Department of Homeland Security; and committed to promoting diversity and inclusion on our campus.
The successful candidate is expected to develop a research project on Homeland Security for the NCITE Center within their first year. They are also expected to establish and maintain a world-class extramurally-funded research program and productive collaborations with government and industry partners through the NCITE Center. Other duties include teaching forward-thinking Management courses in the College of Business Administration (CBA), mentoring undergraduate and graduate students, and providing departmental, university, and professional service. For full consideration, submit the following: cover letter, CV, statements of research and teaching interests, and references as described below. In your research statement, please include a brief description (no more than two paragraphs) detailing specific aims for a research project you would submit for extramural funding from Homeland Security or a related national security agency that you would submit as part of your NCITE-focused research stream. Some candidates may also have research that supports the National Strategic Research Institute (NSRI) toward Department of Defense extramural funding. If this is the case, please also include a statement of how work may serve a DoD audience as well.
Review of the applications will begin October 16th, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled.
At the time of hire, candidates should have a Ph.D. in Management, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Sociology, Communications, MIS, or a closely related field, have a desire to teach forward-thinking Management courses in an innovative business school, and excel in applied and extramurally-funded research in the domain of Homeland Security.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: We are seeking an open-rank faculty member, pay comparable to experience
About University of Nebraska Omaha
UNO is a vibrant metropolitan university in the state’s largest city with
an enrollment of approximately 16,000 students. In recent decades, the
campus developed as a more traditional residential university supported
by several new and beautifully appointed residence halls. UNO is classified
as a doctoral research university in the latest Carnegie Classification of
Institutions of Higher Education and the athletic program competes in
NCAA division I. UNO also has the distinction of being one of the nation’s
leaders in engagement and outreach with a 2015 Community Engagement
Classification from the Carnegie Foundation.
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or political affiliation in its programs, activities, or employment. With a
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