Tenure-Track Position in Supply Chain Operations Management
At York College, teaching is a life-calling… not just a job. We inspire students to strive and achieve both academic and professional success. The Graham School of Business is now searching for their next highly committed, student-centric tenure-track faculty member to join our collegial and growing Supply Chain Department. This new faculty member will be responsible for teaching a variety of both introductory and upper-level Supply Chain Management and Statistics courses, with the potential to optionally teach graduate classes in our various Master’s programs.
Our program priorities are: (1) teaching; (2) mentoring; (3) network development with regional businesses; and (4) an appropriate combination of college service, community and professional service, applied research, and/or publications that contribute to our professional reputation and brand. The supply chain program at York College is currently ranked 6th in the state of Pennsylvania and we would like you to help us continue to move up in these rankings. If you’re keenly interested in forming the next generation of supply chain professionals and building a world-class supply chain program, please contact us for immediate consideration.
Ph.D., DBA, or other relevant terminal degree preferred; ABD or Master’s degree and professional experience with relevant industry certifications may be considered. Salary and rank negotiable based on experience.
About York College of Pennsylvania:
York College of Pennsylvania (http://www.ycp.edu) is a private-sector, independent institution of higher education, offering over 50 baccalaureate majors in the arts and sciences and professional fields as well as advanced graduate degrees in business, education and nursing. The College has an enrollment of over 4000 full-time, over 500 part-time undergraduate students and over 200 graduate students from 30 states and 12 foreign countries. We are well-ranked regionally and nationally and enjoy an A+ credit rating for our continuing financial health.
Located in the greater mid-Atlantic region, we offer a warm, family-oriented community, a low cost of living and easy access to several vibrant urban areas (50 miles north of Baltimore, 30 miles south of Harrisburg, and 90 miles from both Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.).
Electronic applications must include a letter of application with emphasis on a self-assessment of your teachable(s) based on the existing curriculum and ideas for future improvement, curriculum vita, unofficial transcripts of your degrees obtained, and contact information for three references.
Review of applications will begin immediately. Applications should be received by August 15, 2018.