- Demonstrated teaching experience, research expertise and a track record of research outputs.
- You will also have experience and/or commitment to engaging with the business community to create research and learning opportunities
- A proven ability to secure external research funds and/or engage effectively with business audiences would be an advantage.
School of Management, Massey Business School Albany
Massey Business School is one of New Zealand's (NZ) leading and largest business schools, and is ranked in the top 2% business schools globally. We are accredited by AACSB, AMBA (the Association of MBAs), and are a CFA® partner school, and in 2017, we were ranked in the world's top 150 internationally in Finance and Accounting and top 250 in Economics in the QS rankings. In 2018, our subject areas in Finance and Business Administration were ranked No. 1 in NZ by Shanghai Rankings. The School's strategic priorities are Thriving Work Environment, Impactful Research, Teaching and Learning Excellence, Engaged Stakeholders, Responsible Citizenship, Globally Capable Staff and Students, and Diversified Revenue Streams. The School has a positive culture that enables scholars to thrive in their teaching, research and professional service, including engagement with industry.
The School of Management (http://www.massey.ac.nz/?s2aa01412t), which is housed in the Massey Business School, invites applications from academic scholars who are researching in the area of Management Information Systems. This full-time permanent position is based at the University's Auckland campus, in Albany. Having presence across campuses (Auckland and Manawatu) and Distance Learning, you will be expected to deliver courses internally and via distance across all levels and supervise research students.
To be successful in appointment, you will have a PhD or equivalent in Management or complementary field, demonstrated teaching experience, research expertise and a track record of research outputs. You will also have experience and/or commitment to engaging with the business community to create research and learning opportunities. A proven ability to secure external research funds and/or engage effectively with business audiences would be an advantage. You will also be expected to plan, develop, research and teach in the Management Information Systems academic discipline and will have a flexible and innovative approach to learning and teaching.
All applications should be made via the Massey website. Enquiries of an academic nature regarding the position should be directed to the Acting Head of School, Associate Professor Bevan Catley, via email: B.E.Catley@massey.ac.nz
Closing date: 21 October 2018
Reference number: MBS_SM_149_08/18
For further information and to apply online, visit: http://massey-careers.massey.ac.nz/