Senior Lecturer in Operations Management

Senior Lecturer in Operations Management

Location:
Seattle, WA
Open Date:
Aug 1, 2019
Description:

The Information Systems and Operations Management (ISOM) Department in the University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure eligible Senior Lecturer position in the area of Operations Management to begin September 2020. Annual service period is nine months (9/16-6/15) which may be renewed every three years. Salary is competitive. The ISOM Department offers courses in Information Systems, Operations Management and Quantitative Methods in Foster’s Undergraduate, MBA, Executive MBA, Specialty Masters and Ph.D. programs.

The Foster School of Business https://foster.uw.edu serves a diverse, multicultural population of faculty and staff and approximately 3,000 students and is ranked among the top business schools in the country. The University of Washington and Foster promote a culture of integrity, excellence, diversity and inclusion among our students, faculty, staff and the public.


Qualifications:

Duties include teaching graduate as well as undergraduate level courses in Business Statistics, Operations and Supply Chain Management and service at the department and school level. A doctoral degree or foreign equivalent in Operations Management, Operations Research, or a related field (including but not limited to Computer Science, Statistics, Biostatistics, Industrial Engineering, or Economics) with a focus area relevant to Operations Management, is required.


Application Instructions:

The following items should be uploaded in pdf format: cover letter indicating teaching interests, detailed curriculum vita, information about ability to perform job duties (which should include teaching experience and performance along with a sample of syllabi and teaching evaluations), and the names and contact information of at least three references. Application deadline is December 1, 2019 although preference is given to applications received by November 1, 2019.

For further inquiries, contact the committee chair: Professor Ted Klastorin at [email protected].

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