Stockholm School of Economics invites applications at the assistant professor level for a tenure track position in business administration, with a focus on human resource management or organizational behavior in the context of retailing. Applicants are expected to engage in both research and teaching in this area. Strong competence in teaching and using advanced quantitative research methods is desirable.
The tenure track position is located at the Center for Retailing and the Department of Management and Organization. It is financed through the Antonia Ax:son Johnson Tutorial Program and the candidate will be part of the core faculty in the Retail Management Program run at the Center for Retailing. As such the candidate is expected to take an active role in tutoring students and integrating companies in teaching. Research and teaching will be equally important in the position and the candidate will be offered continuous support and training in pedagogy. The candidate is also expected to engage in industry collaborations in both teaching and research, tapping into the wide network of partner organizations of the Center for Retailing and the Stockholm School of Economics.
The tenure track period is 6 years conditional on successful mid-term review after 3 years. The tenure evaluation takes place after maximum 6 years, and successful evaluation leads to conversion of the tenure-track position to a tenured associate professor position.
Qualified candidates should hold a doctoral degree or its equivalent, or must have completed said requirement before taking up the position. Candidates are expected to be strong in terms of both research and teaching.
In research, the candidate should exhibit a research track record, as evidenced by publications in well-reputed scientific journals, a presence in the international research community, and a strong research and publication pipeline. Interest in retailing is required and experience from research in the retail context is considered a merit.
In teaching, candidates should show documented evidence of high quality teaching, preferably on different levels, including undergraduate, graduate and executive levels. Experience of coaching student projects and various industry collaborations in teaching are also considered a merit.
A tentative starting date for the successful applicant is April 2018, but the School is open to discussing other dates as well. Salaries are set on an individual basis.
How to apply:
To apply, please submit:
a) A letter of application articulating the candidate´s fit with the position description, including research interests and teaching competence
b) A curriculum vitae
c) Copies of representative research
d) A stated teaching philosophy outlining the candidate’s view on teaching and learning, and linked to this, examples of how this philosophy has been shown in actual teaching situations. Examples of teaching material etc can be submitted.
d) Names and contact information of three persons who are willing to provide references.
Send your application via "Ansök nu" or The Stockholm School of Economics, Attn: Registrar, Box 6501, 113 83 Stockholm, Sweden. Mark the application 413/127-17.
The application must be received by October 9, 2017.
SSE is committed to a balanced gender distribution and values a variety of backgrounds and experiences among our employees. We therefore welcome all applicants regardless of their gender, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, disability, sexual orientation, age, or religion or other beliefs.
About Center for Retailing
The Center for Retailing (CFR) at the Stockholm School of Economics sets out to strengthen the competitiveness of the Swedish retail industry through academic education and research. CFR’s vision is to be a top tier European retail center and to be recognized as a global benchmark for industry collaboration and thought leadership in retailing. This includes acting as a role model when it comes to integrating companies’ challenges into both education and research.
About the Department of Management and Organization
The Department of Management and Organization is one of six departments of the Stockholm School of Economics. The department consists of seven full professors, ten associate professors, eight assistant professors and some 25 PhD students. It carries out research and teaching in eight different areas: Organization theory, human resource management, leadership, corporate governance, operations management, innovation management, information management and entrepreneurship. The department contributes to teaching in the bachelor, master, PhD, EMBA and executive education programs at SSE.
About the Antonia Ax:son Johnson Tutorial Program
Please direct any further questions about the nature of the position to:
Professor Sara Rosengren, Head of the Center for Retailing, +46 8 736 95 67, email@example.com
Professor Andreas Werr, Head of the Department of Management and Organization +46 8 736 97 42, firstname.lastname@example.org
Union spokesperson (SACO) Henrik Glimstedt, +46 8 7369515, email@example.com