Teaching Faculty Position (Non-Tenure Track): Business on the Frontlines Program
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Teaching Faculty Position (Non-Tenure Track): Business on the Frontlines Program University of Notre Dame: Mendoza College of Business: Management & Organization
Location Notre Dame, IN
Open Date Aug 5, 2019
Description Position: The Management & Organization Department of the Mendoza College of Business invites applications from qualified candidates for a full-time teaching faculty position (this is not a tenured or tenure-track position). The position is scheduled to begin in either spring 2020 or fall 2021, depending on candidate availability.
Instructional and administrative duties will be focused on the college's Business on the Frontlines (BOTFL) program, an MBA course now in its twelfth year, characterized by a unique, experiential approach to service learning. One of BOTFL's core missions is to serve partners on business- and peace-related projects in the field. Through these projects, BOTFL creates its distinct student service-learning experience. See the BOTFL website (https://botfl.nd.edu/) for more information about this program.
Required activities: Excel at teaching BOTFL for international and domestic projects; including facilitating discussions on Catholic Social Teaching, development economics, business problem solving, and cultural competency Advise student teams to deliver on BOTFL projects Take on new strategic initiatives as needed (e.g., potential new domestic BOTFL efforts) Support BOTFL fundraising efforts Support BOTFL operations and marketing initiatives, in collaboration with experiential learning staff Support BOTFL research program Coordinate with university-level efforts in this same area of service for the common good
Depending on the candidate's experience and interest, a central component of the role may involve the maintenance and development of BOTFL partners. Representative tasks are likely to include some or all of the following:
Develop a strategic plan to identify and engage potential partners in target countries Identify access points for leveraging BOTFL alumni, the Notre Dame network, and references from existing partners Develop relationships with prospective partners, negotiate project scopes of work (SOW), and Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) Deepen existing partner relationships to develop ways to create more value for partners (e.g., multi-year projects, multiple teams) Extend partner relations to additional mutually beneficial activities such as research with Notre Dame development economists and other targeted scholarly and policy advocacy Contribute to the broader BOTFL strategic planning process Contribute to multi-year operational plans and budgets
About the Department: The Management & Organization (M&O) Department in the Mendoza College of Business includes tenured, tenure-track, and instructional faculty with expertise and research interests spanning organizational behavior, strategic management, business ethics, innovation, entrepreneurship, human resource management, and communication. The department also includes several post-doctoral researchers and affiliated faculty. For more information about the faculty, and the College's and Department's programs, please visit the Mendoza College of Business website (http://mendoza.nd.edu/) or the M&O Department website (https://mendoza.nd.edu/mendoza-directory/?department=Management+%26+Organization).
Qualifications MBA or equivalent graduate degree required; Ph.D. in a relevant field is preferred At least 5 years previous work experience is necessary, with some experience in business development working in various cultures and countries The ideal candidate will have a servant heart, situational awareness, and high levels of emotional intelligence Core skills include problem solving, institution building, serving and team building Strong relationships in the BOTFL alumni community preferred
Application Instructions Applications: Completed applications should include: 1) a cover letter indicating the candidate's teaching interests and experience, including evidence of teaching effectiveness; 2) a curriculum vitae; and 3) the names of three professional referees.
Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled. For full consideration, please ensure that all materials are submitted by Friday, September 27, 2019. Our intention is to begin holding campus interviews in October.
For further information, please contact the chair of the search committee:
Professor Mike Mannor John F. O'Shaughnessy Associate Professor of Family Enterprise Associate Dean for the MBA Program email@example.com
This appointment is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check. Applicants will be asked to identify all felony convictions and/or pending felony charges. Felony convictions do not automatically bar an individual from employment. Each case will be examined separately to determine the appropriateness of employment in the particular position. Failure to be forthcoming or dishonesty with respect to felony disclosures can result in the disqualification of a candidate. The full procedure can be viewed at https://facultyhandbook.nd.edu/?id=link-73597.
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