The New School in New York City anticipates filling several full-time faculty positions to begin July 2011, contingent upon final University budgetary approval. The New School is a legendary, progressive university, bound by a common, unusual intent: to prepare and inspire its 10,200 undergraduate and graduate students to bring actual, positive change to the world.
Faculty members will be available for informational interviews at the meetings of the Academy of Management in Montreal August 7-11. To request an interview at the AOM meeting, please email a statement of interest and current c.v. to email@example.com, indicating which position is of interest to you.
Leadership and Change
We seek a faculty member whose focus is leadership and change, with an area of scholarly/practice interest in process consultation, leadership development, and/or social change. This person will teach in, and help develop, a new post-master’s certificate program in Leadership and Change, and will deliver courses in our existing graduate program in Organization Change Management (www.newschool.edu/milano/). Demonstrated experience teaching professional students is required, with excellence in teaching mid-career professionals from across the private/nonprofit/public sectors strongly preferred. Professional expertise in consulting, organization development, or organization leadership desired. Research agenda in leadership and change required at the anticipated Assistant Professor (tenure track) level. Exceptional candidates for positions at other levels/appointment types will also be considered. To request an interview at the AOM meeting, please email a statement of interest and current c.v. to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line: Leadership and Change faculty search
We seek a faculty member to provide intellectual leadership to a new interdisciplinary undergraduate program that integrates management, social justice, and design thinking with a strong liberal arts foundation. Area of scholarly/practice interest is open, with emphasis on critical management, design, or leadership, and the connections among these fields, preferred. Demonstrated success in teaching undergraduates using innovative pedagogy in applied contexts is required. Prior experience in curriculum development, as program chair, or in other administrative leadership capacity is desired. The position is anticipated at the Associate Professor (tenured/tenure track) level; research record/agenda commensurate for appointment to tenure is required. Exceptional candidates for positions at other levels/appointment types will also be considered. To request an interview at the AOM meeting, please email a statement of interest and current c.v. to email@example.com, with the subject line: Undergraduate Management faculty search
Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management
We seek a faculty member whose focus is in environmental policy or sustainability management, with interest in one or more of the following areas: sustainability strategy, environmental and resource economics, environmental assessment, and/or urban environmental policy. Expertise in organizational management or public policy settings is desirable. This position is part of a new planned master’s degree program with two tracks, environmental policy (public policy and ecological impact) and sustainability (“triple-bottom line”) management. This position is anticipated at the Assistant Professor level (tenure track); qualified candidates for more advanced levels will also be considered. To request an interview at the AOM meeting, email a statement of interest and current c.v. to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line: Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management faculty search
Formal application for these positions will begin after final University approval in the Fall, at which time applicants will apply via the online application system on The New School website (www.newschool.edu, click on “job seekers”). The New School, as well as its individual academic divisions, is committed to a policy of equal opportunity in all its activities and programs, including employment and promotion. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, physical disabilities, veteran or marital status.