Assistant/Associate Professor of Management College of Business
The College of Business at the University of Montana – Missoula invites applications for a Clinical, Assistant, or Associate Professor in Management. The tenurability of this position is negotiable. We will consider candidates with a Ph.D. in Management or closely related field from an AACSB-accredited program. Candidates with a related MS degree and extensive, high-level executive work experience will also be considered.
In addition to the advanced degree, candidates must be committed to excellence in teaching and research. Candidates must possess an interest and demonstrated ability in teaching and conducting research in one or more areas of management: organizational behavior, human resource management, entrepreneurship, small business, ethics, logistics or strategy. An active research agenda is required as well as business work experience.
Undergraduate teaching will be in the university’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program. Graduate teaching will be in the full-time and part-time MBA programs. Additional teaching opportunities exist in various micro-credential, certificate and corporate programs.
Faculty: Management Program
Title: Clinical, Assistant Professor, or Associate Professor
Position Type: Academic
Closing Date: Screening begins 3/2/2021; applications accepted until further notice or until the position is filled
Schedule: Full time academic year position beginning fall semester 2021 in Missoula, MT
Entry Rate: Competitive salary range depending on experience
Benefits: Medical Insurance/Mandatory Retirement Contribution/Professional Development/Partial Tuition Waiver/Wellness
Primary Duties: Primary duties include teaching, scholarship, and service
PhD in Management or closely related field from a school accredited by AACSB by date of appointment or MS degree and relevant work experience
Superior academic background
Evidence of effective teaching
Potential for scholarship
Ability to develop opportunities for students to work in practical settings
Ability to work collegially with students, staff, faculty, and external constituencies of the College of Business
Creativity, resourcefulness, fairness, compassion, and initiative
Evidence of innovation in teaching and scholarship