Overview

Lycoming College invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor of management to teach undergraduate courses starting in the fall of 2019. Teaching responsibilities include: management/organizational behavior and depending on the interest, the faculty member may teach human resource management, international management, business research methods or other management-related topics. Over time, this person will help to improve and reshape the business curriculum, as well as to teach other courses that suit his or her interests.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE and QUALIFICATIONS: Doctorate in Management or Business Administration or a Doctorate in a related field combined with business experience or a Master’s degree in business is required. Candidates that are ABD may apply with the clear understanding that degree must be in hand within one year. Applicants with college teaching experience strongly preferred. The successful candidate must demonstrate a commitment to excellence in teaching, scholarship, advising and service to the campus community to receive tenure. Candidates must demonstrate an interest in teaching in a liberal arts environment.

TO APPLY: Applicants should submit: a cover letter describing teaching and research interests within a liberal arts institution; a curriculum vitae; copies of transcripts of graduate work completed; and names and contact information for three references.

Applicants must submit all their material electronically to jobs@lycoming.edu. Please reference “Business Administration” in the subject line of the email.

Lycoming College is a National Liberal Arts College of about 1,200 students located in Williamsport, PA, a city of 30,000 serving as a regional hub for the county. Nestled in the mountains of central Pennsylvania, Williamsport is centrally located about three hours from New York City, Washington DC, and Philadelphia. The area offers ample opportunities for cultural entertainment and outdoor recreation.

Lycoming College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.