Organization Behavior, Organization and Management Theory, Social Issues in Management
Faculty Position(s) in Work and Organization Studies
The Work and Organization Studies (WOS) group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School is seeking to hire faculty members to start July 1, 2020, or soon thereafter, whose teaching and research focus on work, employment, and organizational issues. The rank is open and both junior and senior candidates will be considered.
Faculty responsibilities include teaching courses related to work and organization studies. WOS has current teaching needs in courses on organizational processes, power and influence, as well as courses on work and employment issues.
The WOS faculty is interdisciplinary and the new hire's background is open and might include sociology, organizational behavior, industrial relations, social psychology, political science, or economics. Candidates must possess, or be close to completion of, a Ph.D. in one of these, or another closely related field, at the start of employment.
The WOS group is part of the Behavioral and Policy Sciences Area, one of three major academic areas at Sloan. We encourage multidisciplinary work with colleagues in other parts of the School, and several members of the group are also members of other groups/units in the School (Communication; Economic Sociology; Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategy Management; System Dynamics; Global Economics and Management; and Information Technology).
Please submit applications electronically at https://apply.interfolio.com/65628 providing a cover letter outlining interests and experience, a current CV, and one or two papers that indicate your research focus and capabilities. Applicants should also arrange for three letters of recommendation to be submitted via this link. Applications will be reviewed as received but are due no later than September 13, 2019.
MIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic intellectual community and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities.
Questions should be addressed to SloanSearchMaster@mit.edu