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Analytics, Information and Operations

Description

The Department of Analytics, Information and Operations has an available open rank faculty position. Faculty members report to the Dean, with functional responsibility to the Department Chair.

  • Qualifications
  • Responsibilities

Academic Qualifications

Essential

  • A doctoral candidate in business analytics, applied statistics, decision sciences, information systems or a related field, with an international publication track record

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE GAINED IN AN INTERNATIONAL OR ASIAN ENVIRONMENT

Desirable

  • Professional experience in any of the following areas is highly desirable (e.g., managerial or consulting roles in informatics, information systems and analytics, social media and web analytics, data-driven analysis and decision-making, management of customers, media and markets based on data capture, human resource analytics, or financial analytics)

Teaching Experience

Desirable

  • Local or international business school teaching experience (preferably at AACSB- or EQUIS-accredited schools) at postgraduate level is desirable
  • Familiarity with the case method of teaching

Areas of Expertise

  • Demonstrable expertise in one or more methodologies common to Operations Management academic literature
  • Desirable areas of expertise and theoretical and/or empirical research interests may include:
    • Data Management
      • database systems
      • information retrieval
      • data mining
    • Business Analytics
      • statistics
      • data visualization
      • experimental design
      • data modeling
      • text mining
      • predictive modeling
      • machine learning, simulation and tools

APPLICATION PROCESS

Submit a letter of interest and comprehensive CV to officeofthedean@aim.edu  and indicate AIMWEB-AIO-0418 in the subject line.

Faculty members have the following teaching, research, and citizenship responsibilities:

Teaching Responsibilities

  • To undertake practitioner-led teaching in the degree and non-degree programs
  • To play a significant role in the design, development, planning, and review of innovative courses, modules, etc. for degree and non-degree programs
  • To provide general guidance and support to students, and give timely and relevant feedback
  • To mentor students undertaking theses, learning labs, and other projects or activities requiring faculty mentors

Scholarly Responsibilities

  • To be recognized as an authority in their field, developing and maintaining an external profile appropriate to the discipline
  • To maintain research and scholarly activities in order to remain current with developments in the field
  • To undertake research and publish in peer-reviewed journals

Citizensip Responsibilities

  • To uphold the Institute’s values in all activities, both personal and professional
  • To be an active and responsible member of the Institute’s collegial body and be willing to accept administrative assignments as the leadership sees fit
  • To contribute to the management, administrative processes, and committee structures of the Institute
  • To actively take part in the Department’s activities

APPLICATION PROCESS

Submit a letter of interest and comprehensive CV to officeofthedean@aim.edu  and indicate AIMWEB-AIO-0418 in the subject line.

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