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Position

Endowed Chair in Supply Chain Management 

AID

 

Department

College of Business 

Site

Southern University Baton Rouge 

Status

Full-time Tenure Track 

Filled

No 

Active

Yes 

ContactName

Dr. Ashagre A. Yigletu 

ContactPhone

 

ContactEmail

yiglketu91@aol.com 

Category

Unclassified 

DatePosted

05/02/2018 

DateNeeded

08/13/2018 

Deadline

6/30/2018 11:55 PM 

DateRetired

 

Description

The College of Business at Southern University in Baton Rouge invites applicants for Jack B. Binion Endowed Chair in Business Administration (Supply Chain Management) to start August 2018. The Jack Binion Endowed Chair in Supply Chain Management is a full-time, tenure track position with rank open at the Associate Professor or Professor position depending on qualifications and experience.

The endowed chair will play a vital leadership role in advancing supply chain management education in the College. The College of Business is AACSB Accredited.

Responsibilities:

  • Research, teaching, thought leadership and grant-writing
  • Reviews of programs to enhance the delivery of services in the area of Global Supply Chain Management using the SAP-ERP Platform to the business community and business development in Louisiana
  • Advancing curriculum managing grants and working with the programs designed to advance research and teaching business planning and resources to assist the business community at the local, state and federal levels
  • Qualifications

    Minimal Qualifications

  • A Ph. D or other terminal degree from an accredited institution in supply chain management, or management information systems or related field.
  • An active research and publication record in the areas supply chain management or information systems that will warrant appointment at the rank of associate professor or professor.
  • A history of high-quality teaching supply chain management with ERP/SAP, preferably at an AACSB-accredited institution.
  • Professional experience in the use of SAP in the field of supply chain management is a major plus.
  • An established record of research and a commitment to continued scholarship in the area of supply chain management;
  • A history of high-quality teaching, curriculum development, participation in mentoring and student engagement activities and providing professional services;
  • Demonstrated grantsmanship experience in securing support funds for program development.

  • Required Documents:
  • A cover letter stating your interest in the position, and explaining how your background and experiences that qualify you for this position;
  • Recent teaching evaluations
  • Documentation of all research (articles, copies of books, off-prints where feasible, and programs of conferences at which papers were delivered). Supporting materials provided must document the outstanding contributions of the candidate in the areas of research , teaching and public service, and;
  • Five letters of recommendation, two which must be from outside the University. Additional reference letters/report may be secured from the candidate's present/former colleagues, supervisors or employers.

  • Applications must be submitted in hardcopy and electronically to Dr. Ashagre Yigletu at yiglketu91@aol.com.

    Southern University A & M
    Attn: Dr. Ashagre Yigletu
    P.O. Box 9723
    Baton Rouge, LA 70813

    Review of Applications will begin on July 1, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled. Effective date of employment will be the 2018 Fall Semester. Consideration of candidates will continue until position is filled.

    Criminal Background Check & Reference Verification is required.

    Southern University A&M College is an equal opportunity employer.

    Salary

    $135,000-$175,000 
    Attachments
    Unclassified Application.doc    
    Created at 5/1/2018 10:16 AM  by Mikhale Robins 
    Last modified at 5/4/2018 1:16 PM  by Mikhale Robins