Open-Rank, Tenure-Track Position in Management: Organization Studies

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Location: Lewisburg, PENNSYLVANIA

Open-Rank, Tenure-Track Position in Management: Organization Studies

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Position type:full-time
Location:Lewisburg, PA
Categories:Global Management

Bucknell University

Kenneth W. Freeman College of Management

Open-Rank, Tenure-Track Position in Management: Organization Studies

Bucknell University’s Kenneth W. Freeman College of Management seeks a full-time, tenure-track faculty member to join the Management and Organizations (MORS) Department in Fall 2020. The successful candidate will have a scholarly background in organizational management with a progressive approach to the field and a recognition of its importance for all types of organizations. Further, the successful candidate will understand and value education in the liberal arts, subscribe to the teacher-scholar model, and demonstrate an ability to work successfully with a diverse student body. We will consider outstanding candidates at all ranks, with rank being commensurate with experience.

Applicants should demonstrate a program of high-quality, innovative research in the candidate’s area of expertise within management (e.g., organizational ethics, organizational behavior, strategic management, public and non-profit management, entrepreneurship, etc.). The extent of the record should be commensurate with the length of the candidate’s tenure in academia. The College expects tenure-track faculty to make significant and creative intellectual contributions to their fields.

The Freeman College of Management believes that an education that combines technical skills and deep intellectual exploration is the best preparation for thoughtful and capable leaders. We seek faculty members capable of contributing to this mission.

  • A record of excellence in undergraduate teaching is required. Freeman College faculty are encouraged to teach in ways that actively engage students in deep learning, critical thought, and the development of innovative insights. Candidates must also be committed to inclusive pedagogies.
  • One course the incoming faculty member is likely to teach is MGMT 302 The Stakeholder Organization, which generally combines stakeholder management, organizational ethics, and social issues in management topics.
  • We will consider any background suitable for teaching courses in organizational studies; however, we will be particularly interested in candidates whose teaching experience and/or scholarly record lends itself to teaching in the areas of (in alphabetical order) B corporations or other social enterprises; corporate governance; entrepreneurship; environmental, health, and safety management; impact investing and/or microfinance; non-governmental organizations and/or activist organizations; organizational forms; and/or triple-bottom-line reporting and performance management.
  • An array of undergraduate teaching opportunities exist beyond courses in the major, including foundation seminars for first-year students; off-campus educational experiences in the U.S. or abroad; team-taught, “interdisciplinary perspectives” courses; residential college courses; and others.
  • The teaching load is five courses per year.

Faculty members in the Freeman College of Management serve as both formal and informal advisors to our students. Our student body is becoming more diverse, so our new colleague must express a convincing dedication to mentoring a diverse array of students. In addition, the MORS Department is interested in encouraging students to pursue careers beyond the mainstream, so we would like our colleague to be interested in thinking outside that box as well.

Qualified candidates will have completed the Ph.D. degree or equivalent in Management fields such as Organizational Behavior, Strategic Management, Business Ethics, Human Resource Management, or related fields such as Public Management, Organizational Sociology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and similar. ABDs will be considered with the requirement that they complete their doctoral degree before their second year at Bucknell. Experienced candidates may negotiate a shortened tenure clock. Although not strictly required, full-time organizational or managerial experience is highly desirable. We are eager to receive applications from members of groups that have been historically underrepresented in higher education. Salary is AACSB-competitive and commensurate with experience.

To Apply

To complete the application process, visit our on-line application system at . Complete applicant files must include a cover letter, current vita, evidence of teaching effectiveness, a statement of teaching philosophy (addressing, among other things, the candidate’s commitment to diversity and inclusion), and a research statement. Only formal applications received via Bucknell's online system will be accepted.

Applications will be reviewed beginning in July 2019; application reviews will continue until the position is filled. Preliminary interviews will be conducted at the Academy of Management Meetings in August 2019; preliminary interviews with candidates not attending the Meetings will be conducted via Skype.

Management Programs at Bucknell

Bucknell’s AACSB-accredited Freeman College of Management serves over 600 students and offers innovative professional education in the context of one of the nation's leading liberal arts universities. The College is committed to diversity, inclusion, and student-centered pedagogy. The College currently offers majors in Markets, Innovation and Design; Managing for Sustainability; Global Management; Finance; Business Analytics; and Accounting. In addition, the Freeman College offers a Bachelor of Management for Engineers degree and an assortment of management electives to students across the University. In doing so we aim to address a pressing societal need for well-educated college graduates who understand the basic structures, operating mechanisms, and management principles governing organizations.

For a more detailed description of the Freeman College and additional information pertaining to our curriculum, please visit .

About Bucknell

Founded in 1846 and located along the banks of the Susquehanna River in historic Lewisburg, Pa., Bucknell University is an undergraduate-focused institution that stands uniquely at the intersection of top-ranked liberal arts, engineering and management programs. Our students choose from more than 50 majors and 60 minors in the arts, engineering, humanities, management, and natural and social sciences, as well as extensive global study, service-learning and research opportunities. Bucknell’s 3,600 undergraduate and 100 graduate students enjoy a low 9:1 student-faculty ratio and exceptional opportunities to collaborate with faculty mentors.

Bucknell’s beautiful 450-acre campus includes first-rate facilities and is home to more than 90 percent of its students. Residential life is vibrant with about 150 student-run organizations, 27 NCAA Division I athletic teams, a robust arts culture, and a strong student commitment to community and global service work.

Bucknell is committed to fostering an environment that embraces diversity, equity and inclusion, and we seek candidates who will contribute to a climate that supports the growth and development of a diverse campus community. The University provides equal opportunity without regard to race, color, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, marital status, veteran status or disability in admissions, employment and in all of its educational programs and activities. We encourage individuals from historically underrepresented groups to apply.

The Community

Located in central Pennsylvania, Lewisburg features a variety of restaurants, beautiful Victorian homes, the restored art deco Campus Theatre (owned by the University), charming shops and boutiques, and the Barnes and Noble at Bucknell University Bookstore. About 33,000 residents live in the region.

The city of Williamsport is about a 30-minute drive from campus, and Penn State University’s main campus is about an hour away, as is Harrisburg, Pennsylvania’s state capital. Bucknell is about three hours from New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

The cost of living here is low compared to that of major U.S. cities and suburbs. Bucknell’s surroundings yield fresh produce, cultural activities and events, and many opportunities for outdoor activity on the Susquehanna River and in the nearby state parks and forests. The Lewisburg Area School District receives excellent reviews for its schools at all grade levels. Lewisburg Area High School is consistently ranked among the top 50 high schools in Pennsylvania for SAT scores and statewide exams.

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