Organization Behavior, Organization and Management Theory, Strategic Management
The Management Division of Columbia Business School is currently searching for qualified applicants for a tenure-track position in Micro-Organizational Behavior, Strategy or Organizational Theory at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank (non-tenured), or tenured Associate Professor, or tenured Professor level. Applications that are received by September 15 will receive full consideration. However, we encourage applicants to submit their materials as soon as possible as we are evaluating applications on a rolling basis.
Columbia Business School is particularly interested in candidates who, through their research, teaching and/or service will contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.
Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.
Applicants for an Assistant Professor level appointment should have, or be close to completing a PhD from an accredited institution, demonstrate promise of becoming an outstanding scholar in every respect including research and teaching, and should combine exceptional disciplinary training in management with a strong interest in the professional mission of the School.
Applicants for an Associate Professor level appointment (non-tenured) should have a PhD from an accredited institution, a record of being an excellent scholar in every respect, including research and teaching, and should combine exceptional disciplinary training with a strong interest in the professional mission of the School and show great promise of attaining distinction in the field of management.
Applicants for senior appointment at the tenured Associate Professor or tenured Professor level should have a PhD from an accredited institution and a record of being an outstanding scholar in every respect, including research and teaching. Applicants should combine exceptional disciplinary training with a strong interest in the professional mission of the School and have accomplishments and a scholarly standing comparable to the very best scholars in their field.