Professor & G. Brint Ryan Endowed Chair of Logistics and Supply Chain Management
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Professor & G. Brint Ryan Endowed Chair of Logistics and Supply Chain ManagementDepartment:
UNT-Mktng, Logistics, & Operations-131340College/School:
G. Brint Ryan College of BusinessJob Location:
DentonFull Time/Part Time:
The University of North Texas is a Carnegie R1 national research institution located in the vibrant and rapidly expanding Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area and is situated near DFW International Airport. University enrollment is over 44,000 students with more than 6,500 graduate students. The G. Brint Ryan College of Business is accredited by AACSB International. Please visit our website (https://cob.unt.edu) to learn more about the G. Brint Ryan College of Business and the University.
The Department of Marketing, Logistics, and Operations Management is part of the G. Brint Ryan College of Business at the University of North Texas. The department provides students with well-rounded, state-of-the-art education in the modern principles of marketing, logistics, operations, and supply chain management. We prepare our students for rewarding careers as practitioners and academics, with the help of innovative curriculum, dynamic programs, and research labs and centers. The department consists of 21 tenured-track and 9 non-tenured track faculty and offers undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degrees. Our faculty is characterized by excellence in teaching, outstanding basic and applied research, and leadership in professional organizations.Position Summary:
The Department of Marketing, Logistics, and Operations Management, at the University of North Texas G. Brint Ryan College of Business, invites applications for appointment as the G. Brint Ryan Endowed Chair of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
This is a full-time, endowed, tenured position at the Full Professor level. The appointee is expected to have an internationally recognized research record, pursue continuing research and scholarship, and provide expertise, innovation, and leadership to the logistics and supply chain management program’s overall strategy, plans to achieve this strategy, and ultimately the program’s ability to execute to these strategic goals and objectives. This appointee will provide leadership to advance UNT’s nationally recognized logistics and supply chain program.
The primary focus of the selected individual’s research interest would fall within logistics and supply chain management as broadly defined, with possible secondary focus in related fields. The G. Brint Ryan Endowed Chair will be an enthusiastic and motivational scholar who will work closely with our constituencies and will marshal resources to help develop a successful and recognized logistics and supply chain management program and exercise leadership in the development of graduate and undergraduate programs of study and research.
The successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to effective teaching, research and preparing students for success in a multicultural business environment. Duties will be comprised of a balance of teaching, research and service, including the following:
•Teaching logistics and supply chain management and related courses at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels on the Denton campus and off-site locations (face-to-face, online, and/or blended).
•Conducting and collaborating on high quality logistics and supply chain management research and publishing in top-tier journals.
•Mentoring and publishing with logistics and supply chain management doctoral students and faculty.
•Working with doctoral, masters and undergraduate students to assist with career goals.
•Participating in departmental, college and university service.
•A doctoral degree in logistics, supply chain management, transportation or closely related field from an AACSB accredited institution.
•Status as academically qualified, under both SACS and AACSB standards, to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
•Distinguished record of research, teaching and service in logistics and supply chain management.
•Record of mentoring doctoral students in logistics and supply chain management.
•Record of leadership in logistics and supply chain teaching and research.
•Evidence of collaborative research and publications with leading logistics and supply chain scholars.
•Record of editorial positions in leading logistics and supply chain journals.
•Demonstrated ability to chair dissertations and place doctoral students.
•Demonstrated leadership in mentoring and working collaboratively with colleagues.
•Record of professional involvement with major professional organizations in the discipline of logistics and supply chain.
•Ability to work collaboratively with external organizations and stake holders.
•Ability to foster partnerships with industry professionals and corporations.
Ability to communicateArea of Specialty:
Logistics, Supply Chain Management or related fieldSecurity Sensitive:
This is a security sensitive position.EEO Statement:
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Questions may be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Dr. David R. Nowicki ([email protected]).Quicklink for Posting: