Assistant / Associate Professor in Information Systems Management

Company:ESSCA - School of Management

Location:France / Paris

Discipline:Information Systems Management

Employment Type:Permanent Full-time

Posted:2021-02-23

ESSCA (www.essca.fr) is an international business school located on 8 campuses (Angers, Aix-en-Provence, Bordeaux, Cholet, Lyon, Paris, Budapest, Shanghai), founded in 1909. It offers programs in management, including bachelors, graduate, MSc, MS, Executive Education. It is state-recognized in France as internationally accredited (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA, EOCCS).

A position is open for an Assistant/Associate Professor in Information Systems Management into a full-time position located in Paris.

The position is open to assistant/associate professors with a high potential or a significant record of academic publications in peer reviewed journals. Candidates should have a proven record of teaching and an innovative, managerially-relevant research agenda. Significant work in information systems management, such as individual and organizational transformations related to information systems projects and use, is required.

The candidate should hold a PhD in the field of Information systems management, Strategy or Management science. He/she would have an excellent teaching ability and is fluent in English. Teaching requirements will consist primarily of Information systems and technology management, Project and Change management for undergraduate and Master programs. A prior corporate experience is highly appreciated.

Complete applications – cover letter, curriculum vitae, evidence of research, copies of evaluations of teaching in different programmes, as well as the names and addresses of three referees – must be submitted via this link: ESSCA application form

For an efficient processing of your file, you must mention this reference in the subject line of your covering letter: PARIS-OMDS2021-3

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