Visiting Clinical Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Business Analytics
Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & MAry
Location: Williamsburg, Virginia
Salary: $125,000 to $140,000
Academic / College and University
Internal Number: F0418W
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary is seeking to fill a Business Analytics teaching position in the Operations and Information Systems (OISM) area. This full-time specified-term non-tenure eligible temporary visiting position begins August 10, 2023 (for a Fall or full-year appointment) and January 10, 2024 (for a Spring appointment), and is contingent on funding. The position requires a teaching load of at least 6 credits per semester.
The primary responsibilities of this position are teaching and service. The OISM area offers a Business Analytics major in the Undergraduate program, is active in multiple MBA programs, and offers both residential and online Master’s programs in Business Analytics. The OISM Area includes 19 full-time faculty.
William & Mary is a premier liberal arts university, chartered in 1693, and has long been considered one of the top academic institutions in the country and a “Public Ivy.” The Mason School has been recognized as a top program by Bloomberg BusinessWeek (#1 in MBA Learning), Princeton Review (#5 in MBA Faculty) and Poets & Quants (#15 Undergraduate and #4 for MBA Career Outcomes). Regularly named a Global Top 100 program by the Financial Times, the MBA program is ranked in the Top 50 by U.S. News & World Report, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Fortune and Forbes.
The University is situated in historic Williamsburg, Virginia and is within an hour drive of Richmond, Norfolk, and Virginia Beach. Washington DC is within a three-hour drive. The Hampton Roads area has consistently ranked among the best places to live in the country on the dimensions of quality of life, affordability, and climate.
An earned master’s degree (at time of appointment) in information systems, information technology, operations management, industrial engineering, operations research, business analytics, computer science or related fields is required. Commitment to inclusive teaching is required.
An earned Ph.D. (at time of appointment) in information systems, information technology, operations management, industrial engineering, operations research, business analytics, computer science or related fields is preferred. Candidates who can teach courses in multiple areas (e.g., operations management, information systems, information technology, computer science, statistics, and business analytics) are especially encouraged to apply. Prior teaching experience is required and candidates with a proven record of excellent teaching will be given preference in the selection process. Industry experience in operations management and/or business analytics, while not required, is desirable. Preference will be given to those willing and able to teach residentially and in online modalities.
About Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & MAry
Over 400 years ago, on the banks of the majestic James River, as the Virginia Company established a foothold in the new world, the seeds were sown for a nation based on free enterprise and a marketplace of ideas and personal liberties.
Almost from the outset of this experiment in exploration, commerce, risk and reward, William & Mary served as a catalyst for the ideas and the people who would, quite literally, change the world. William & Mary has been called Alma Mater of the Nation because the leaders who had such a profound effect on shaping our democracy — Washington, Jefferson, Patrick Henry, John Marshall, James Monroe — either studied here or walked its historic pathways and cobblestones debating the merits of a republic based on “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
At William & Mary, the voices of our nation’s builders still echo through our halls. This place fostered the dreams that would fuel a revolution and give birth to a nation.
Driven by our distinctive ideals of public service, entrepreneurship and innovation we have pressed on and once again take up the challenge of revolution, an economic one, where commerce, integrity, hard work and innovation... will be called on to reshape the world once more.
The Mason School of Business embraces the spirit of revolution by educating the next generation of principled leaders who will imagine the great business opportunities of the day and seize them.
The entrepreneurial spirit that is the cornerstone of American business is as alive and as important as ever and lives on at the Mason School of Business.