Job Opening: Visiting Scholar (non tenure-track position) Assistant or Associate Professor of Business Ethics
Location: Fordham University. Gabelli School of Business. New York, NY
Deadline: April 1, 2020 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time
Application Website: https://apply.interfolio.com/72950
The Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University invites applications for one (1) Visiting Scholar (non-tenure-track position) Assistant or Associate Professor rank in the Law & Ethics area starting Fall of 2020.
The position entails teaching and research responsibilities. Teaching will be primarily at the undergraduate level. The school and area will provide opportunities for research collaboration as well as competition for research funds.
The ideal candidate should possess a Ph.D. in Philosophy or Management (with a specialization in Business Ethics) or; a Ph.D. in Business Ethics; or a J.D., with a significant record in business ethics research (an expected completion date no later than July 1, 2020, for the Ph.D. is acceptable). Candidates should have a record of scholarship or demonstrated interest and competences in producing high quality scholarship and a dedication to solid teaching with impact.
Applications should include a curriculum vitae, three letters of reference, an example of scholarly work, and teaching evaluations.
Candidates are encouraged to apply early as decisions for interviews may be made before the deadline. The recruiting committee will start evaluating applications immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Fordham is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, people of color, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply for the position. Consistent with our Jesuit tradition, we believe that cultural and intellectual diversity is central to the excellence of our academic program and strive to create an academic community and campus culture that attracts and facilitates the development of teacher-scholars. We are especially interested in candidates with substantive experience and commitment to teaching and mentoring students from a range of social, cultural, and economic backgrounds.