Assistant, Associate or Full Professor of Management (Organizational Behavior)



Job description

The Department of Management at the University of Oregon is seeking to fill one or more tenured or tenure-track faculty position(s) in organizational behavior, effective September 2019. Review will begin September 15, 2018; Full consideration deadline is October 1, 2018. Position remains open until filled. Appointment with tenure requires formal review.

Minimum Requirements:

Assistant level: Completed or nearly completed Ph.D. degree in organizational behavior, human resources, or a related field with demonstrated potential for research and teaching excellence.

Experienced Assistant/Associate/Full level: Ph.D. degree in organizational behavior, human resources, or a related field; demonstrated superior teaching competence and a record of scholarly accomplishment consistent with rank that includes publication in leading academic management journals such as Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organization Science, Journal of Management, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Strategic Management Journal, and Personnel Psychology.

Requires background in organizational behavior, human resource management or a related discipline. Commitment to diversity and the ability to work effectively with students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds. Commitment to research in organizational behavior that leads to publication in top journals.

Preferred: Faculty with active research streams that include areas such as global/ cross-cultural management, diversity, the work-life interface, technology/innovation management, sustainability, or entrepreneurship. Candidates whose research programs link to these streams, or to the College’s strategic initiatives (e.g., entrepreneurship, technology/innovation, sustainable business practices) would be viewed more favorably Experience teaching at both undergraduate and graduate level.

The successful applicant will possess the scholarly ability and drive to conduct and publish research in premier management journals and the ability to teach with rigor and effectiveness. Teaching responsibilities may include undergraduate and graduate courses in organizational behavior plus electives consistent with the candidate’s background and interests and department teaching needs.

The Lundquist College’s Department of Management is a collegial group whose members publish in and serve as editors or on the editorial review boards of the top management journals, including the Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, Administrative Science Quarterly, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Management, Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Current members are Ralph Heidl, Maria Kraimer, Lauren Lanahan, Reut Livne-Tarandach, Andrew Nelson, Anne Parmigiani, Michael Russo, Scott Seibert, David Wagner, Pete Younkin, and Kate Zipay. In addition, emeritus faculty Alan Meyer, Chuck Snow, and William Starbuck remain involved in departmental activities. Allied faculty in other disciplines both within and outside the business college also share interests with faculty in the Department of Management. The Department is housed in the environmentally certified Lillis Business Complex, a facility that offers the latest in instructional technology and research support. The Business Research Institute, located in the Lillis Business Complex, is a multi-room facility that supports qualitative, experimental and survey research enabled by leading-edge technology.

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The University of Oregon, founded in 1876, is the state’s flagship institution. Located in Eugene, an energetic college town, the university offers academic excellence and hands-on learning opportunities in a welcoming atmosphere. Towering trees shade the 295-acre campus, where students, faculty members, and employees from a wide variety of backgrounds share a commitment to preserving the environment and pursuing innovation in more than 260 academic programs that range from Eugene to Portland and from the coast to the mountains.