Tenure-Track Faculty Position at Columbia Business School (DRO)
Columbia Business School - Decision, Risk, and Operations (DRO)
Location: New York, New York
Type: Full Time
Salary: Asst 200-250K; Assoc 225-375K
Operations Research Professionals
The Decision, Risk, and Operations Division at Columbia Business School is seeking to hire qualified faculty members for tenure-track appointments at the assistant or associate professor level, depending on the qualifications of the applicant.
The Division has teaching responsibilities for management science, statistics, and operations management courses at the MBA and Ph.D. levels. Applicants for an associate professor level appointment should have a Ph.D. from an accredited institution, a record of scholastic achievement in both research and teaching, and should combine exceptional disciplinary training with a strong interest in the professional mission of the school. Applicants for an assistant professor level appointment should have, or be close to completing, a Ph.D. from an accredited institution, demonstrate promise of becoming an outstanding scholar in every respect, including research and teaching, and should combine exceptional disciplinary training with a strong interest in the professional mission of the school.
Columbia Business School is particularly interested in candidates who, through their research, teaching and/or service will contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.
Priority will be given to applications that are submitted prior to November 15, 2023.
About Columbia Business School - Decision, Risk, and Operations (DRO)
The Decision, Risk, and Operations (DRO) division at Columbia Business School is a world leader in research in quantitative, data-driven decision-making through the use of modeling, optimization and the management of uncertainty, and all the other aspects of the operations and analytics functions in firms. Application areas in which the division has strong expertise include revenue management; logistics, distribution and supply-chain management; resource networks and service systems; healthcare operations; marketplace design; quantitative finance, modern market microstructure, and risk management; econometrics; and business analytics.