Professor of Clinical Management and Organization (Open Rank)
University of Southern California
Location: Los Angeles, California
Required Education: Ph.D
Salary: Dependent on qualifications
The Management and Organization (MOR) Department at the USC-Marshall School of Business is seeking to hire two non-tenure-track instructors who have experience in teaching organizational behavior and corporate strategy at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The individual should have subject-matter expertise in business as reflected in education, experience, and/or research publications/case writing. Displayed teaching capability in areas related to organizational behavior and strategy is required. Teaching capability in negotiations, problem-solving, consulting, and/or leadership are particularly useful but not required. The teaching load is typically six courses per year. This is an Open Rank listing and hiring rank depends on qualifications. Possible ranks include Lecturer, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Full Professor of Clinical Management and Organization.
The MOR department is involved in the study of organizational behavior and strategic management; our 25 tenured/tenure-track faculty members, eight clinical faculty, and one lecturer have backgrounds in organizational behavior, psychology, sociology, economics, and general management. We have exceptional faculty, diverse and creative students, and dedicated staff committed to academic excellence and achievement. We welcome applicants who desire to be part of an inclusive community that understands the value of culture, race, ethnicity, protected veteran status, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation ability, and socioeconomic factors to prepare future equity-minded leaders innovators, and innovators visionaries.
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Curriculum: please attach one document containing a statement of teaching interests and experience and representative teaching evaluations.
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