MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR - Tenure Track
St. Ambrose University is seeking individuals who have a primary concentration in Strategic Management and a secondary focus in either international management or entrepreneurship for an Assistant Professor tenure-track position starting in Fall 2013. Responsibilities include teaching multiple courses in strategic management and related fields at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The successful individual will be an excellent classroom teacher, bring a real world business perspective to the classroom, mentor and advise students, serve on departmental and university committees, and engage in scholarly research. Candidates for this position must have an earned doctorate in business administration with a strategic management focus. Candidates who are ABD and expecting to complete all requirements by Fall 2013 will also be considered.
St. Ambrose University is an independent, comprehensive, and Catholic diocesan university firmly grounded in the liberal arts. Located along the Mississippi River three hours west of Chicago this area has a population of 350,000 with a strong manufacturing and service sector, and provides numerous cultural and recreational activities. The Core Values of the University include: Catholicity, Integrity, the Liberal Arts, Life-Long Learning, and Diversity (http://www.sau.edu/About_SAU/Mission_and_Vision.html). Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. For more information about St. Ambrose University, please visit our web site at www.sau.edu. Applications received prior to February 25, 2013 will receive full consideration; however, applications will be considered until the position is filled.
Candidates should submit (preferably electronically) a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, names and contact information for three references, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and samples of scholarly work to:
Director of Human Resources
St. Ambrose University
518 W. Locust St., Davenport, Iowa 52803 AA/EOE
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