Athabasca University’s Faculty of Business is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor, Human Resources Management.
Successful candidates will be competent in the use of computing technology, demonstrate strong research skills, innovative approaches to teaching in human resources management, have substantial industry/management experience, and be able to make significant contributions to the development of the Faculty’s academic programs.
Athabasca University’s Faculty of Business offers a full range of business degree programs that include a Bachelor of Management (3 year), Bachelor of Commerce (4-year), Post Baccalaureate in Leadership and Management Development, Masters of Business Administration – the world’s first online MBA launched in 1994 – and a Doctorate of Business Administration. Programs are developed and taught by a leading and distributed academic faculty and business experts. All of our courses and programs give students the expertise and skills they require to succeed in today’s fast-paced and globally connected business world.
As Canada’s leading online university, we offer flexibility not only to our students, but to our faculty as well. We are seeking a new faculty member who is driven by a passion for quality learning, scholarship and service—factors that have shaped our Faculty and contributed to our programs ranking among the top Executive MBAs in the world (Financial Times, UK).
This position is a full-time tenure track position located within the province of Alberta. The successful candidate must be willing to move to Alberta to take on the position, if not already residing in the province.
The successful candidate will hold a doctorate in Human Resources Management and have a combination of demonstrated excellence in teaching, research, collegial contribution as well as hold significant industry/ management experience. We are interested in someone with progressive knowledge across a range of human resource management areas, at the strategic and functional levels and an interest with international human resource management. A professional HR designation (e.g., CPHR) may provide an advantage as will experience with online learning and a keen interest in, and willingness to use distance and online learning pedagogy is essential. Experience supervising doctoral students is also an asset as the successful candidate will be teaching across our program levels.
The full Job Description can be viewed at: Assistant/Associate Professor, Human Resources Management
To discuss your particular situation, and for further information about specific responsibilities regarding this position, please contact Dr. Deborah Hurst at (780) 509 7566 or via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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