The Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University is looking for tenure track assistant professors across all fields with a starting date in the fall of 2020.
The assistant professorship is an open-ended tenure track position with a tenure review in four to five years and with a positive associate professor assessment before the end of the fifth year of employment. Read more about tenure track employment at Aarhus BSS.
We hereby invite candidates to express their interest in an interview with faculty participating in the AOM 2019.
The Department of Management is one of the six departments at Aarhus BSS, one of the four faculties at Aarhus University. Aarhus BSS unites the research fields of business and social sciences bringing them closer together to reflect the close relationship between society and the business community. As part of a Top-100 university, Aarhus BSS, and specifically the Department of Management, has achieved the distinguished AASCB, AMBA and EQUIS accreditations.
The department’s research and teaching environment is highly international and culturally diverse with a mix of Danish and international academic staff members and PhD students. We employ more than 160 academic staff including researchers, PhD students, research associates and cover a broad range of disciplines within management, e.g. marketing, international business, organization, HR, strategy, management accounting, innovation management, entrepreneurship, project management, and information systems. We aim to conduct high-quality research, and we give high priority to publishing our research in leading academic journals and presenting it at recognised conferences. In addition, we have a dynamic exchange of international researchers, who stay at the department for short or long periods of time.
For more information about the Department of Management, please visit: http://mgmt.au.dk/.
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Candidates should hold, or be close to completing, a relevant PhD or have equivalent qualifications. They should have a strong research record (or potential) in the areas listed above, and first-rate method skills. We expect relevant teaching experience and an interest in developing courses and study programs.