Founded in 1905, EQUIS, AMBA & AACSB accredited, ICN Business School, a French Grande Ecole in Management, is one of the leading business schools in Europe. ICN has several campuses and teaching sites, including Nancy and Paris, France, as well as Berlin and Nuremberg, Germany. In Nancy, ICN is located on the ARTEM campus, a common campus shared between the ARTEM partner institutions, the National School of Art and Design and the National School of Engineering.
ICN Business School strives to be a reference in innovative, transdisciplinary and responsible business education in the heart of Europe. ICN prepares students and managers to meet the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s workplace. Innovation, creativity and the capacity to work beyond traditional disciplinary borders are fostered through the school’s ARt-TEchnology-Management teaching and learning philosophy, and ongoing commitment to CSR. The School hosts the UNESCO Chair “Art and Science for Sustainable Development Goals” that promotes transdisciplinary research, education and training for implementing SDGs.
In line with its mission and vision, ICN Business School values openness, commitment and team spirit from faculty, staff and students. The School counts 3,000 students, a highly international faculty of more than 70 professors, more than 120 partner universities around the world and a vast corporate network. It offers a wide range of programs including a Bachelor and an MSc in Management, specialised Master degrees, an Executive MBA, a PhD, as well as non-degree executive programmes.
ICN expects a commitment to high quality research, teaching and student support from its faculty. The School offers an attractive remuneration and incentive package, in line with the position and the qualifications of the successful candidate. Financial bonuses for publications in selected journals are offered.
The ideal candidate for this position at ICN’s Supply Chain and Information Systems Management Department will have teaching experience and strong research interests in the fields of logistics, transport and supply chain management. The candidate is expected to pursue research excellence, preferably connecting to the school’s main research themes, and to teach to multiple audiences (Bachelor, Master, Executive Education) in French and English, on the different campuses and teaching sites of the school. Candidates are expected to demonstrate their willingness to innovate in the design of courses, teaching material and teaching methods.
To be appointable as Assistant Professor candidates must have a PhD or submitted their thesis, demonstrate the potential for research excellence or already have produced high-quality research output and show aptitude for strong teaching quality. To be appointable as Associate Professor, candidates must have a PhD and several years of work experience in higher education or research, a record of excellence in research with publications in internationally leading journals, and evidence of strong teaching quality.
The application should consist of:
The complete application package should be submitted in English online (please click the above 'Apply' button to access), then click on the button "APPLY". Questions can be directed to the Director of the Supply Chain and Information Systems Management Department: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Location:||Nancy, Paris - France|
|Placed On:||1st December 2021|
|Expires:||30th January 2022|
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