Chairperson, Department of Accounting & MIS
University of Delaware
University of Delaware: Lerner College of Business & Economics: B&E Accounting & MIS
Location: Newark, DE
The University of Delaware seeks applications for the position of chair of the Department of Accounting and MIS. The chair will be appointed for a five-year term, beginning no later than Fall 2018. We seek an innovative and dynamic leader with a vision to advance the department's research and teaching and enhance its national and international reputation and visibility. This is a tenured appointment, preferably at the rank of full professor.
The Department of Accounting and MIS consists of 39 permanent faculty members, 31 of whom are tenured or on the tenure track. Academic programs include MS degrees in Accounting (78 students) and Information Systems and Technology Management (21), BS degrees in Accounting (390) and Management Information Systems (121), as well as minors in Global Enterprise Technology (22) and MIS (135). Programs in Business Analytics are being developed as well. The Department has a commitment to learning, scholarship, and engagement with the business community. More information about the Department is available at: http://lerner.udel.edu/departments/accounting-management-information-systems/.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree; a vision for leading the department and promoting its continued growth and success; a distinguished record of scholarship; a commitment to excellence in instruction; and the ability to work cooperatively and effectively with faculty, professional staff, and the administration. The chair should be able to advocate effectively for the needs and interests of the department, foster a climate of collaboration and collegiality within the department and across programs, and support the scholarship and professional development of the department's faculty. The chair should also demonstrate a commitment to interdisciplinarity and to building and furthering ties with other units across the College and the University. The duties of a department chair are described here:
Applicants should visit https://apply.interfolio.com/39452 and upload the following content:
- A cover letter outlining leadership experience and sharing perspective and vision for the future of the Department of Accounting and MIS within the Lerner College.
- If the candidate has served as a department chair or program director in the past, they are welcome to include a performance review, but it is not required.
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ewark, DE 19716
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