Open Date: 11/08/2018
Date Initial Screening Begins:
Minimum Education/Experience: A terminal degree in Industrial Technology or a closely related field, such as Technology Management, Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Industrial/Systems Engineering, Industrial/Engineering Management, augmented with relevant IDIS experience is required. ABD with significant qualifications may be considered for initial employment and will be initially appointed at the probationary rank of Assistant Professor and must have the terminal degree conferred prior to his/her first reappointment. Rank will be commensurate with education and experience. All degrees must be from regionally accredited institutions.
Special Instructions to Applicant: Applicants must complete an online candidate profile via this website and submit the following documents: Cover letter, CV (must include hyperlinks to any published scholarly works), teaching statement, and research statement. A list of 3 professional references and teaching evaluations are optional. Reference letter will be collected through the PeopleAdmin tracking system. Three (3) original letters of reference are required for employment. Please be aware that if selected as a candidate of choice, an automatic e-mail will be sent to the individuals entered by the applicant in the References section of the PeopleAdmin applicant tracking system. Letters of reference submitted via the PeopleAdmin applicant tracking system will be verified and considered towards meeting this requirement. For letters of reference not submitted via the PeopleAdmin applicant tracking system, please have the original signed letters mailed to Dr. Mark Angolia, Chair of the Search Committee, 100 Science & Technology Building, Mail Stop 130, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858. The candidate of choice will also be required to submit an original official transcript.
Job Duties: Faculty members are expected to provide leadership in developing, teaching, and maintaining curriculum in both the graduate and undergraduate programs, using both traditional face-to-face and distance delivery methods. The successful candidate will have a research agenda or publications in any of the following: wholesale or industrial distribution, logistics, transportation, global supply chain operations, or IDIS-related technology applications. The successful candidate is also expected to pursue externally funded research projects and to publish his/her research in peer reviewed publications. The ideal candidate will have a teaching interest in warehousing, inventory management, warehouse management systems (WMS and information technology), automatic identification and data capture (AIDC), material handling equipment and application, or information technology such as ERP systems. Courses taught will need to include current technology applications and future supply chain technology/innovations. Faculty members are expected to provide service to the program, department, university, community, the profession, and be actively involved with outreach to industry. The successful candidate will also be committed to networking with regional employers to promote student success in academics and job placement. They should also have strong commitment and participation in professional activities that promote and enhance the reputation of East Carolina University and the College of Engineering and Technology.