Northeastern University: Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in Organizational Behavior

Position Summary: The D’Amore-McKim School of Business invites applications for tenure-track Assistant/Associate/Full Professor positions in Organizational Behavior in the Management and Organizational Development Group (MOD). Teaching responsibilities will be in organizational behavior and related areas.

Qualifications: Proven effectiveness in teaching and research scholarship is required. Applicants at the Associate Professor level must have a strong record of journal publications, proven effectiveness in teaching, and a clear interest in MOD initiatives in the D’Amore-McKim School at Northeastern.

Candidates must have a doctorate degree in Organizational Behavior or a related business field by the start date. Candidates must have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and scholarly research, and to working with a diverse population of students and staff. The MOD group is fully committed to the University’s strategic initiatives in multidisciplinary research in healthcare, sustainability, and business analytics.

About Northeastern University: Northeastern University is a large urban university in the heart of Boston, itself a vibrant cultural, educational, and sports milieu, and home to a robust innovation economy. Northeastern is distinctive for its practice-oriented cooperative education programs, which are frequently ranked first in the nation. BusinessWeek ranks the School #1 in internships in its “Best Undergraduate B-schools.” Further information about the D’Amore-McKim School of Business can be found at All programs in D’Amore-McKim School of Business are fully accredited by the AACSB.

Employment terms are competitive and negotiable. Support for a faculty member’s research is broad and includes summer funding for new junior faculty and opportunities to receive summer grants for senior faculty, teaching release time for “A” journal hits, and travel stipends for presentations at academic conferences. A number of faculty research Chairs/Fellowships are available on a competitive basis and rotated from year to year based on research proposals and productivity.

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