INFORMATION AND LOGISTICS TECHNOLOGY
Assistant/Associate Professor - Global Supply Chain Management - Tenure-Track
The Department of Information and Logistics Technology (ILT) at the University of Houston invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor teaching in the area of global supply chain management, logistics technology, and transportation beginning spring 2014.
Preference will be given to individuals at the level of Associate Professor. However, more senior applicants may apply.
Applications should have an earned doctorate in the field and basic business skills. Applicants should exhibit demonstrative knowledge, skills, practices and experience in global supply chain management, logistics processes, and metrics, and transportation operations. The successful candidate is expected to develop a competitive research program and publish in supply chain and logistics journals. The candidate should participate in graduate and undergraduate teaching and participate in the recruitment of students and growth of the Supply Chain Technology programs. A candidate demonstrating abilities to obtain external funding is highly desirable.
The Department is experiencing strong growth and expects this trend to continue. The growing industry demand for our Supply Chain and Logistics Technology graduates validates the Supply Chain program content and identifies additional growth areas. More information about the Department can be found at http://www.tech.uh.edu/ilt/.
Application packets should include: (a) current vita; (b) five references; (c) the applicant’s philosophy regarding the role of a faculty member with regard to research, teaching, and services; and (d) the applicant’s research interest.Zagui ParedesDirector Business Operations300 Technology BuildingHouston, TX 77204Or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action:
The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.