The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management of the College of Business at Cornell University invites applications for a tenured position in any discipline of Business but priority is given to applications in the following areas: Operations Technology & Information Management, Marketing, or Management & Organizations. This position will be based at the Cornell Tech campus in New York City, although some teaching and research may be done in Ithaca within the Johnson School.
Applicants at the Associate or Full Professor ranks with strong research and teaching interests in the technology commercialization and entrepreneurship mission of the campus are especially well-suited to the mission of Cornell Tech. Responsibilities of the position include research in area(s) of expertise, teaching basic and advanced courses in management at the MBA and Ph.D. levels; supervision of doctoral candidates; and service to the School and campus.
Johnson offers MBA, Accelerated MBA, Executive MBA, MBA/FMBA, and Ph.D. programs. Its MBA programs are consistently ranked in the top 20. Johnson graduate programs at Cornell Tech include a Ph.D. program and an MBA program offered in a multidisciplinary environment that includes law and technical areas such as computer science and operations research. For more information see tech.cornell.edu.
We will begin reviewing and interviewing candidates immediately and continue until positions are filled. To be considered for this position apply at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/8082.
The following materials are required:
1) Letter of interest, with clear indication of position being applied for;
2) Curriculum vita;
3) Up to three research papers; and
4) Evidence of teaching effectiveness
This faculty position is based in New York City at the Cornell Tech campus, with continual interactions with faculty at the Ithaca campus. The Cornell Tech campus, currently located in temporary space, will transition to its permanent home on Roosevelt Island in 2017. The campus will serve as a focal point for the city's tech ecosystem, accelerating existing sectors of its economy, and driving the formation of new technology businesses through close ties to customers and unique domain knowledge.
Cornell University actively seeks to meet the needs of dual-career couples and is a member of the New York Higher Education Recruitment Consortium that assists with dual-career searches.