NEOMA Business School is one of top-tier business schools in France. Our mission is to train and support future managers and entrepreneurs to provide responsible leadership that goes beyond current dominant models of business and leadership. We develop empowering management through world-class rigorous and relevant research that inspires our teaching and learning experiences, reaching all of our stakeholders.
NEOMA Business School is one of the few elite business schools in the world with triple accreditation (AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA). With our three campuses in France (Champagne-Ardenne, Normandy and Paris), we offer the ideal balance between the French savoir-vivre and ready access to the heart of business in Europe. If you are looking to push the frontiers of knowledge in your discipline, and are committed to sharing this knowledge with our stakeholders, you will find NEOMA Business School an ideal place to advance your career.
Who we are looking for…
Candidates should hold a Ph.D. and demonstrate a clear potential for developing relevant and rigorous research, publishing in top peer-reviewed journals. They are also committed to spread their research in the classroom, empowering our students and executives with new insights that will allow them to go beyond the expectations. Preference will be given to applicants who enjoy team-work, and are willing to contribute to NEOMA Business School’s strategy.
English is required for this position and many of our programs are entirely taught in English. Speaking French would be a plus. We offer French training for those interested in learning French.
NEOMA Business School provides a full range of research supports such as individual annual budget for conferences and other research expenses, and a unit dedicated to State and European grants.
The compensation package is consistent with the international standard. NEOMA Business School also provides support for administrative procedures related to settlement in France, as well as assistance in finding accommodation, family integration (school registration for children, help in job research for the partner), relocation expenses.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, evidence of research (3 most representative publications) and teaching as well as 3 references available for contact.
Ideally, the positions should be filled in September 2020.
We will be interviewing applicants at the AOM Annual Meeting taking place from August 9-13, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.