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The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Business Administration invites applications for a non-tenure system faculty position in the Managerial Studies department. Located in the very heart of Chicago, UIC is Chicago's largest university and is a Tier 1 research institution. UIC is recognized as one of the nation's most ethnically, culturally, and economically diverse campuses. It is federally designated as a Minority Serving Institution and approximately 1/3 of our undergraduates are first-generation college students. In this capacity, UIC was recently ranked 11th nation-wide by U.S. News & World Report in the category of social mobility. Our undergraduate business program has been ranked #1 in Chicago by U.S. News & World Report, and UIC was ranked among the Top 10 Best Value Universities in the U.S. by the Wall Street Journal in 2022. As such, UIC deservingly prides itself on its mission of "providing access to excellence." We are looking for full-time non-tenure system applicants whose commitment, expertise, and passion help UIC fulfill this mission.
Non-tenure system faculty in the College of Business Administration teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses in their field of expertise and provide service to their department, college, and/or campus. Additionally, non-tenure system faculty at the rank of Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Associate Professor, and Clinical Professor make intellectual contributions to their discipline through basic or applied research, publishing in academic or professional outlets, and/or activities that translate disciplinary scholarship to a professional audience.
UIC's Managerial Studies Department offers undergraduate degrees in Management, Human Resource Management, and Entrepreneurship, and teaches the integrated capstone course for all undergraduate students in the College of Business. In addition, the department teaches a large number of courses in the MBA programs, including courses in the new on-line MBA program.
The department seeks candidates passionate about teaching and promoting student success, preferably at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Effective teaching, incorporating current tools and methods, and engaging with industry are key to this role. UIC is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse faculty committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities.
Teaching areas of focus for the current opening: Entrepreneurship, Management, Strategic Management, and Managerial Consulting. Candidates with experience and interest in managing and guiding entrepreneurial ventures are encouraged to apply and make note of this experience. In addition, candidates who have experience with new and emerging data analysis tools in any teaching area should indicate this in their application.
Non-tenure system faculty in the College of Business Administration teach courses to undergraduate and/or graduate students in their field of expertise and provide service to their department, college, and/or campus. Additionally, non-tenure system faculty at the rank of Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Associate Professor, and Clinical Professor make intellectual contributions to their discipline through basic or applied research and/or activities that translate disciplinary scholarship to a professional audience.
For consideration for all ranks, a bachelor's degree and five years of relevant professional experience or training.
For consideration for the rank of Lecturer, a Master's degree is additionally required.
For consideration for the rank of Teaching Assistant Professor, Teaching Associate Professor, or Teaching Professor a terminal degree (PhD) in business or field related to the training domain is required.
For consideration for the rank of Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Associate Professor, or Clinical Professor a terminal degree (PhD) in a relevant field is additionally required.
Preference will be given to individuals with past experience teaching at a four-year college.
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