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Two Tenure-track Positions at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management

  • 1.  Two Tenure-track Positions at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management

    Posted 10-22-2022 09:49

    The Department of Work & Organization at the Carlson School of Management is hiring two tenure-line faculty this year! Please help us spread the word (and consider applying!).

    Position Information
    The Department of Work and Organizations in the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota invites applications for two tenure-track assistant professor positions, one in organizational behavior/human resources, and another in labor economics, stratification economics, or industrial relations. 

    The Work and Organizations faculty value intellectual and disciplinary diversity, collaboration, rigorous and inspiring research, strong scholarly ethics, and mutual respect. We seek an extraordinary colleague who will publish world-class scholarly research, effectively teach business-school courses at the undergraduate, master's and doctoral levels, and actively develop doctoral students. 

    We encourage candidates who are building research and teaching portfolios on issues broadly related to inequality and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), including individual workplace experiences of inequality, social class/socio-economic status and power dynamics, organizational, social, and institutional policy around DEI, the economics of labor inequality, labor market discrimination, or stratification and collective, worker-centric approaches to redressing inequality (e.g., policy and institutions) as we have particular teaching needs in courses on race, power, and justice in business, and on diversity, equity and inclusion. However, the department also delivers a variety of courses on human resources, management, organizational behavior, and leadership as well as on work and employment issues including labor relations and compensation, so applicants with broad research and teaching interests are also welcome to apply. In line with our department's values and multi-disciplinary composition, we welcome applicants with a Ph.D. from a variety of disciplines including economics, industrial relations, and sociology, and who use a variety of methods (e.g., quantitative, qualitative, field-based, and/or lab-based).  

    Applicants must have a Ph.D. by August 2023 and should have a scholarly research record and teaching experience appropriate to their career stage. Recent graduates are also encouraged to apply. Successful applicants will be expected to contribute to the service needs of a vibrant department, college, and university, as well as to interact with the professional business communities. The appointment will begin in August 2023 at the rank of tenure-track Assistant Professor. 

    Detailed position descriptions can be found here. 

    Where to apply:
    OBHR position (application review starting Nov 1st, rolling):
    Macro HR/IR/Labor Econ position (application review starting Nov 15th, rolling): 

    Ph.D. (or equivalent international degree) or enrolled in a Ph.D. or equivalent international degree-granting program at the time of application. Preference will be given to scholars who have demonstrated evidence of research accomplishment and the potential to make significant future research contributions. Teaching experience and excellence is expected. Individuals must be committed to contributing to the service needs of the department, school, and profession, including mentoring and publishing with Ph.D. students. We strongly value collegiality and will be looking for a faculty member who will engage in contributing to the intellectual climate in the department through both their own independent scholarship and interacting and collaborating with others.

    The Department of Work and Organizations
    The multidisciplinary Department of Work and Organizations faculty include Abdifatah Ali, Avner Ben-Ner, Alan Benson, John Budd, Elizabeth Campbell, Michelle Duffy, Theresa Glomb, John Kammeyer-Mueller, Colleen Flaherty Manchester, Pri Shah, Connie Wanberg, Mary Zellmer-Bruhn, and Le (Betty) Zhou. WOrg offers a highly respected Ph.D. program leveraging the interdisciplinary research focus of the department. The department is also home to an internationally-recognized master's program in human resources and industrial relations. WOrg faculty and doctoral students produce cutting-edge research and the department offers courses pertaining to work, managing and leading people and organizations, the behavior of individuals and groups in organizations and work-related institutions, and public policies. WOrg and Carlson School Faculty are highly ranked in research productivity, ranking:
    #6 in the world in the  2021 TAMUGA ranking;
    #10 in the world in the  UT Dallas business school ranking.
    Learn more about our department at: https://carlsonschool.umn.edu/departments/work-organizations-department.

    The Carlson School of Management & University of Minnesota
    With a flagship campus in the heart of the Twin Cities, 65,000 students, 25,000 employees, and 400,000 alumni, the University of Minnesota is one of the largest and most highly-ranked public institutions in the world. The Carlson School contributes to the University's goal to become one of the top three public research universities in the world through breakthrough research, extraordinary education, and dynamic public engagement. The Carlson School employs 140 tenured/tenure track and professional faculty and enrolls 5,000 students in degree programs at all levels (B.S.B., MBA, M.A., and Ph.D.). The faculty regularly collaborates with faculty from other top departments across the University including applied economics, economics, public health, sociology, public policy, psychology, and law. 

    Overlooking the scenic Mississippi River and downtown Minneapolis skyline, the Carlson School is at the epicenter of a vibrant, economically diverse, globally oriented business environment. The Twin Cities boasts 19 Fortune 500 companies, including Target, Best Buy, 3M, General Mills, U.S. Bancorp, Land O'Lakes, Medtronic, Ameriprise Financial, and UnitedHealth Group. Minnesota has the highest number of Fortune 500 companies per capita in the country.

    The University recognizes and values the importance of diversity and inclusion in enriching the employment experience of its employees and in supporting the academic mission. The University is committed to attracting and retaining employees with varying identities and backgrounds. The University of Minnesota provides equal access to and opportunity in its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. To learn more about diversity at the U: http://diversity.umn.edu.

    We acknowledge that the University of Minnesota stands on Miní Sóta Makhóčhe, the homelands of the Dakhóta Oyáte.

    Elizabeth Campbell
    University of Minnesota