The Feliciano School of Business at Montclair State University invites applications for one full-time tenure track faculty position in Organizational Behavior at the Assistant or Associate Professor level, starting September 1, 2020. The candidate selected will be expected to teach courses in organizational behavior and related fields at both undergraduate and graduate levels, pursue scholarly research leading to publications in peer-reviewed journals. The Department of Management offers a BS in Business Administration with concentrations in Management and Entrepreneurship, a minor in Entrepreneurship, two graduate certificate programs in Human Resource Management and Project Management, as well as two undergraduate certificate programs in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Design. The department also supports the MBA Program, teaching both required and elective management graduate courses.
As the department has a rich portfolio of programs, we seek candidates who can be effective teaching across all programs and all modalities including online and hybrid. In addition, the candidate is expected to pursue scholarly research leading to publications in high-quality, peer-reviewed journals; engage in outreach activities with the local business community; increase the visibility of the management programs; serve on department, school, and university-level committees; advise students; and participate in curricular review and development activities.
The Feliciano School of Business is accredited by AACSB International at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. It offers a BS in Business Administration (ten concentrations), BS in Accounting, BA in Economics, MBA (nine concentrations, cohort based model), MS in Accounting, MS Business Analytics degree programs and several graduate level certificates. In fall 2015, the Feliciano School officially opened a new 143,000-square-foot, six-story, high-tech, interactive learning environment for their 3,500 undergraduate and graduate students.
Qualified candidates must hold a Doctorate in Management with specialization in Organizational Behavior or related field (or be expected to complete their doctorate by August 2020), exhibit potential to publish in high-quality journals, and have teaching experience. Preference will be given to qualified candidates who have publications in peer-reviewed journals and/or a strong research pipeline, delivered presentations at national and/or international conferences, demonstrated excellence in teaching evidenced by peer and student evaluations, have experience and/or interest in teaching and curricular development in on-line or hybrid formats, and demonstrated evidence of the ability to build relationships with business partners. Preference will be given to candidates with corporate or consulting experience in U.S. organizations.