The Managing People in Organizations Department at IESE Business School is searching for candidates at the assistant professor level in the areas of Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, or related fields to join its faculty.
IESE Business School (www.iese.edu) is the Graduate School of Management of the University of Navarra, with campuses in Barcelona, Madrid, New York, Munich, and Sao Paulo. It offers master-level (Master in Management, Master in Business Administration), graduate (Ph.D. in Management), and executive education programs. Founded in 1958, recent rankings of the Financial Times, the Economist, and Business Week consistently situate IESE among the top 15 business schools in the world (#4 for its MBA, and #1 for Executive Education in Financial Times worldwide rankings). With full-time professors from over 30 countries and with Ph.Ds. from the world's leading universities, the faculty's teaching and research efforts are global in outlook and content. IESE has about 45.000 alumni working in over 100 countries around the world.
Managing People in Organizations (integrating Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management), is the largest department at IESE Business School, with 32 faculty members (17 full-time). The department hosts one dedicated research center and two chairs with support of the business community to provide funds for research: ICWF (the International Research Centre of Work and Family), the José Felipe Bertrán Chair of Governance and Leadership in Public Administration, and the Puig Chair of Global Leadership Development. Moreover, the CCMN (Cross-Cultural Management Network), with associated partners in more than 20 countries across different continents, represents our commitment to pursuing cross-cultural research. IESE has also launched a Behavioral Lab in 2021 with a dedicated lab manager to facilitate experimental research.
Interested candidates should apply through Interfolio (http://apply.interfolio.com/94598 ) and send a letter of motivation, a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching and research, three recommendation letters, and a sample of recent publications by October 15, 2021.