- Permanent position
- Position no longer available
About the school
Excelia Business School (Excelia), founded in 1988, is a major regional player (La Rochelle and Tours). The School’s mission is to provide undergraduate, graduate and executive business education, develop knowledge in business and management through research and disseminate results to the academic and professional communities and contribute to the territorial and regional economic future by mobilizing its networks and areas of expertise (sustainable management and tourism).
The school, member of la Conférence des Grandes Ecoles, enrolls 3800 full-time undergraduate and graduate students, has 95 full-time faculty, 62 professor-researcher and offers 5 school and 2 campus: La Rochelle and Tours.
Excelia Business School is accredited AACSB, EPAS (Master in Management and Bachelor International), TedQual (Tourism Management)
About the job
The Supply Chain, Purchasing & Project Management (SPP) department invites applications for full-time assistant or associate or full professor. The successful candidate will be able to teach undergraduate and graduate level courses in Project Management – and eventually in Research methods, conduct and publish top-quality research in peer reviewed journals (CNRS, FNEGE) and work effectively as part of a collaborative team.
Candidates must demonstrate research productivity and have a proven track record of teaching. Experience in the use of blended learning or any pedagogical innovations for teaching is considered a plus.
The position requires a doctorate in Project Management (or other related field), fluency in French and an excellent level in English. The salary is commensurate with candidate´s experience and qualifications and in line with the system of remuneration at Excelia Business School and includes incentives for research publications.
Excelia Business School adheres to a policy of diversity and gender equality across all fields of its activities.
Candidates should submit a letter of application, a full curriculum vitae and a document describing research pipeline, modules taught, experience with a variety of teaching methods and curricular perspectives. The evaluation committee may ask candidates for supplementary information.
Applications should be received by March 31st 2020 for earliest consideration but position will remain open until filled.