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Career Level:
Doctorate or PhD
Job type:
Full time

Faculty position in Supply Chain Management/Logistics - EM Normandie

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The School and its research and teaching environment 

EM Normandie was established in 1871 as one of the first Grandes Ecoles, and has since been considered as a reference among French business schools. It is accredited by AACSB International, Bsis, and its Grande Ecole Programme is also accredited by EFMD EPAS. EM Normandie has been ranked 63rd place with its “Grande Ecole” programme in the Financial Times. Over 3,200 students and trainees attend its programs on its four campuses in Le Havre, Caen, Paris, and Oxford. 

The EM Normandie mission has been defined to educate the managers of tomorrow, as responsible executives prepared to lead change in a cross-cultural environment. EM Normandie promotes the intellectual contributions of its faculty (71 core faculty members in January 2017), whether academic or applied, to guaranty high added value in the educational process of all its students. The School offers around twenty training pre-experience and continuous education programs, both in French and in English, whether on campus or on a distance-learning basis, in a variety of areas of expertise that are relevant to its territory: Entrepreneurship, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, CSR, Digital. 

If you want to develop your research projects among our dynamic faculty and its network, if you share our passion for teaching and aspire to expand your teaching skills, if you are able to demonstrate that you are strong team players and self-motivated individuals, this position is for you. 

The position and its requirements 

As tenured professor and according to the publishing status existing among the Faculty, you will have a teaching load of 120 hours per year, in order to enable you to focus on research academic activities under an agreed three year production schedule. A competitive salary is offered with additional research performance-based bonuses. Other social advantages are offered by the school. 

The position requires a doctorate or a PhD in Supply Chain Management or Logistics. Candidates with a proven track record in teaching will have to provide evidence of recent and expected publications in peer-reviewed journals. Fluency in English is required and French would also be an asset, although additional training can be provided. Priority will be given to candidates with international experience. 

The recruitment process 

Candidates should submit a letter of application, a full curriculum vitae (including teaching description and current research in progress), 2 or 3 research papers, and the contact information of three referees by e-mail to : 

Contact and Information 

Sandrine MAUGENDRE Email: Phone number : 30, rue de Richelieu - 76087 Le Havre Cedex – France 

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