The University of North Carolina Asheville Department of Management and Accountancy invites applications for a two-year Lecturer in Management to begin Fall 2021. The successful candidate will teach courses in Strategic Management and Policy and other management courses as needed in the department, 3-4 courses per semester. Candidates with teaching and research experience in strategy formulation, strategic analysis, industry and organizational analysis, competitive advantage, mergers and acquisitions and other transitions, and/or financial strategy are strongly encouraged to apply. The successful candidate should possess a Master’s degree or PhD in Management or related field with a specialization in Strategy or Strategic Management. A candidate with a Master’s degree should have a professional background and teaching experience. ABDs will also be considered. We expect this faculty member to engage in academic advising and participate in departmental, university, and disciplinary service to support both our department and university strategic plans. As an AACSB accredited program, we will give preference to candidates who have appropriate faculty qualifications commensurate with the Department’s guidelines that align with AACSB standards. UNC Asheville is a leading public liberal arts institution with a deep commitment to teaching. Individuals with a passion for undergraduate teaching and interest in an institution focused on the liberal arts are strongly encouraged to apply.
Applicants should submit the following electronically at https://jobs.unca.edu, where a fuller description of the position can also be found:
Review of applications will begin March 15 and continue until the position is filled. Inquiries should be directed to Davit Davtyan, Co-Chair of the Search Committee, firstname.lastname@example.org.
About UNC Asheville
UNC Asheville is a leading public liberal arts institution with a deep commitment to teaching. It is the designated liberal arts university of the UNC system and is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. The faculty at UNC Asheville teach across our required interdisciplinary Liberal Arts Core (LAC) curriculum, in courses that include first-year seminars; diversity intensive courses; and courses that engage scientific perspectives and the intersection of arts and ideas, and a central component of the curriculum—our Humanities Program.