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Two tenure-track faculty positions – Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

  • 1.  Two tenure-track faculty positions – Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

    Posted 07-15-2021 09:13

    The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is seeking two new tenure-track junior faculty colleagues to join us in August 2022. We are looking in particular for candidates with academic experience post-PhD (either as assistant professors or post-docs) and with research interests at the meso- and macro-levels of analysis. The position description is copied below, and interested candidates can apply here: https://apply.interfolio.com/90289

    Management and Organization Assistant Professor, Tenure Track

    Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School: Full-time Faculty, Tenure Track



    Baltimore, MD, 21202; Washington, DC, 20036


    Open Date

    July 12, 2021



    Johns Hopkins Carey Business School invites applications for two full-time, tenure-track faculty positions at the assistant professor level in management and organization. The appointment will begin fall 2022. We welcome applications from candidates motivated by the unique opportunity to participate in building a world-class business school at a premier private university.


    The Management and Organization group at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School consists of a collegial group of faculty members who are actively publishing in top management and disciplinary journals and have varied interests including management and organizational behavior, organization theory, psychology, and healthcare management.



    Qualified candidates for a tenure-track faculty position must have the following:

    • A PhD degree in management, organizational behavior, organization theory, or a related field conferred by employment start date.
    • Demonstrated commitment to academic research and excellence in teaching.


    Ideal candidates will have academic experience post-PhD (i.e., as an assistant professor or post-doc) and an academic record consistent with an advanced tenure-track assistant professor. We are seeking, in particular, candidates with research interests at the meso- and macro-level, including work on group processes, organizational innovation, and strategy. 


    Teaching responsibilities will include MBA/MS-level courses on management, strategy, and innovation. Evidence of successful teaching in a graduate business school environment is desirable but not required.


    Application Instructions

    Applications MUST be submitted using Interfolio (https://apply.interfolio.com/90289) and include:

    • Cover letter addressed to Dr. Kathleen Sutcliffe, Recruiting Committee Chair
    • Curriculum vitae
    • Three (3) confidential letters of reference
    • Up to three (3) research papers


    Applications received by November 1, 2021 will receive full review by the Search Committee. Interviews will be conducted thereafter. The search will continue until the positions are filled.


    Johns Hopkins Carey Business School conducts a pre-employment background check and degree verification on all candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. The search committee is dedicated to hiring candidates who, through their research, teaching, and service will contribute to the excellence and diversity of the Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University, our students, and the broader academic community. The leadership, faculty, and the staff of the Carey Business School are committed to enhancing our school culture through an environment that welcomes and respects everyone.


    Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

    The Johns Hopkins University is committed to equal opportunity for its faculty, staff, and students. To that end, the university does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, marital status, pregnancy, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status or other legally protected characteristic. The university is committed to providing qualified individuals access to all academic and employment programs, benefits and activities on the basis of demonstrated ability, performance and merit without regard to personal factors that are irrelevant to the program involved.

    Phillip Phan
    Alonzo and Virginia Decker Professor
    Johns Hopkins University
    Editor, Academy of Management Perspectives