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Full-time Faculty on Operations/Supply Chain Management

Description

Asian Institute of Management has available open rank and full-time faculty positions in the area of Operations and Supply Chain Management. Faculty members report to the Associate Dean.

  • Qualifications
  • Responsibilities

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS (ESSENTIAL)

  • A doctorate degree in Operations Management, Supply Chain, Logistics, or closely related field, with an international publishing track record.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE GAINED IN AN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT (ESSENTIAL)

  • Professional experience in operations management, global supply chain, logistics, procurement, and/or six sigma, and other relevant fields

TEACHING EXPERIENCE (DESIRABLE)

  • Local or international business school teaching experience (preferably at AACSB- or EQUIS-accredited schools at postgraduate level is desirable)
  • Experience in teaching courses at the graduate level
  • Practices participant centered learning
  • Familiarity with teaching and developing online courses

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Demonstrable expertise in the fields of operations and supply chain management, and an in indepth knowledge of logistics, manufacturing, operations research, automation and control, or industrial engineering
  • Desirable areas of expertise and specific research interests may include:
    • Operations Management
    • Global Supply Chain Management
    • Logistics and Supply Chain Technology
    • Supply Chain Finance or Marketing
    • Operations Research
    • Transportation Systems
    • Manufacturing Operations

APPLICATION PROCESS

Applicants must apply online by submiting their 1) letter of interest and 2) a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae, including educational background, work and/or consulting experience, and a list of the applicant’s research publications at http://apply.interfolio.com/85009.

For questions on the application processes and requirements, please send an email at officeofthedean@aim.edu.

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

Teaching Responsibilities

  • To undertake teaching in the degree and non-degree programs using participant-centered learning methodology
  • 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

Research Responsibilities

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

Citizenship 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 School activities

APPLICATION PROCESS

Applicants must apply online by submiting their 1) letter of interest and 2) a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae, including educational background, work and/or consulting experience, and a list of the applicant’s research publications at http://apply.interfolio.com/85009.

For questions on the application processes and requirements, please send an email at officeofthedean@aim.edu.

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