Faculty Positions in Operations, Information and Technology
The Operations, Information and Technology (OIT) area at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, is seeking qualified applicants for full-time, tenure-track positions, starting September 1, 2018. All ranks and relevant disciplines will be considered. Applicants are considered in all areas of Operations, Information and Technology (OIT) that are broadly defined to include the analytical and empirical study of technological systems, in which technology, people, and markets interact. It thus includes operations, information systems/technology, and management of technology. Applicants are expected to have rigorous training in management science, engineering, computer science, economics, and/or statistical modeling methodologies. Candidates with strong empirical training in economics, behavioral science or computer science are encouraged to apply. The appointed will be expected to do innovative research in the OIT field, to participate in the school's PhD program, and to teach both required and elective courses in the MBA program. Junior applicants should have or expect to complete a PhD by September 1, 2018.
Applicants should submit their applications electronically by visiting the web site http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/recruiting and uploading their curriculum vitae, research papers and publications, and teaching evaluations, if applicable, on that site. For an application to be considered complete, all applicants must submit a CV, a job market paper and arrange for three letters of recommendation to be submitted by November 15, 2017. For questions regarding the application process, please send an email to Faculty_Recruiter@gsb.stanford.edu.
Stanford is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.