Faculty - Assistant Professor - Operations
Faculty - Assistant Professor - Operations
Position Category: Faculty - Tenure Track (FT)
Under the direction of the Chair, Department of Strategic Management & Operations and the Dean, Woodbury School of Business, this tenure-track Assistant Professor plans, prepares, and teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses and curriculum with measurable objectives, thus, teaching is the heart of our mission but program-building is a focus of our efforts as we launch a new degree in Operations. Courses created or assigned are expected to focus on existing and newly developing topics and practices such as Operations Management, Operations Research, TQM, Lean Management, SCRUM, Statistics, Calculus, and other quantitative (and non-quantitative) problem solving technologies. Prepares instructional materials, including examinations, course outlines, syllabus, visual aids and presentations. Evaluates instruction and learning outcomes through performance evaluations. Maintains and submits accurate and current reports and records regarding student accountability, attendance, performance, and follow-up. Schedules regular office hours and advises students during office hours as well as at other times as needed.
PhD in Operations from an AACSB-accredited program, or closely related field required.
3 years College- or university-level teaching experience required.
3 years operations experience in industry.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Knowledge of instructional strategies and techniques and current trends in education.
- Knowledge of student management, motivation, and evaluation (including evaluation of peer- and self-instruction.
- Knowledge of development and assessment of curriculum.
- Advance knowledge of subject matter in course content of the courses to be taught which may include courses emphasizing both theory and practice.
- Experience with graduate students, and other relevant industry experience.
- Knowledge of instructional strategies and techniques in upper and lower division courses.
- Demonstrated knowledge of program and curriculum development and evaluation.
- Record of scholarly work or evidence of potential.
- Skills in teaching and maintaining a classroom.
- Skills in developing strong relationships with the business community.
- Ability to effectively apply general principles to specific conditions.
- Ability to follow written and oral procedures and instructions.
- Ability to work effectively with people.
- Demonstrated ability to build Operations programs including but not limited to new course design, building and maintaining value-added relationships between an academic unit and the business community that employs its graduates.
Work is normally performed in a typical classroom/office work environment.
UVU offers an excellent benefits package which includes a generous leave policy, 12 paid holidays, affordable medical and dental insurance options, life and AD&D insurance, tuition waiver (undergraduate resident) for employee and dependents and substantial employer contribution to a retirement plan.
Pay Range: DOQ
Advertisement Number: FAC18317 WSB Strategy Faculty 03/25/2018
Open Date: 01/25/2018
Review Start Date: 02/25/2018
Close Date: 3/25/2018
Open Until Filled:
Special Instructions to Applicant: As other document to attach: We are an engaged learning Carnegie Institution. While we value and support scholarship and service, teaching is the heart of our mission and program-building is a focus of our efforts as we launch a new degree in Operations. Please address how you will add WOW! to your class experience with under-grad and graduate students. [Note: a Statement of Teaching Philosophy is also required.] This requirement (WOW!) invites multimedia, audio, video, slide, or written communications approaches to laying out how you will capture and inculcate the excitement you feel that is part of Operations Management into the undergraduate & graduate experience. We have exceptional teachers who work the “magic” of engaging students with their discipline through research experiences collaborating with students, in the classroom, in professional clubs and associations, in case competitions, in coaching students for challenging industry credentialing exams, and in global simulations. Be creative. Be rigorous. Don’t depend only on the traditional mention of teaching methods that’s part of one’s “job talk” on how you approach teaching university students. This requirement (WOW!) invites you to think across the spectra of ways you can engage our students with applied business statistics. We also invite you to reach out across media choices to communicate how you will capture and inculcate the excitement you feel in applying Operations skills and knowledge to solving business problems (multimedia, audio, video, slide, or written approaches may be suitable). Please list a minimum of three references. References may be contacted at some point during the screening and selection process for a letter of recommendation.
To apply, visit: https://www.uvu.jobs/postings/5712
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