New Brunswick, New Jersey

Position Summary: The Department of Human Resource Management in Rutgers' School of Management and Labor Relations invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor (tenure-track) to begin in September 2022. Candidates for the position should possess (or expect completion by August 2022) a doctorate in human resource management, organizational behavior, management, industrial/organizational psychology, or a closely related discipline. We seek colleagues with a demonstrated record of, or significant potential for, publishing in top journals in the HR and management fields, and who can teach courses in the functional areas of HRM (broadly construed) and/or Research Methods. Candidates must have an active research program and be interested in working closely with our doctoral students. Research interests in compensation would be especially welcome, although we also strongly encourage those with interests in strategic HRM , global/international HRM , and/or diversity and inclusion to apply. Teaching responsibilities would include undergraduate, masters, and/or doctoral level courses for our diverse mix of domestic and international students seeking degrees in HRM . We encourage applications from members of underrepresented groups. The Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations ( SMLR ) is the world's leading source of research on Human Resource Management featuring some of the most frequently published and cited HR faculty in the United States. We are a collegial, active, and diverse academic community. Our department's tenured and tenure-track faculty members include Joseph Blasi, William Castellano, Nichelle Carpenter, Charles Fay (Emeritus), Jie (Jasmine) Feng, Ingrid Fulmer, Rebecca Greenbaum, Joo Hun Han, Lawrence Houston, Susan Jackson (Emeritus), Maria Kraimer, Doug Kruse, Xiangmin (Helen) Liu, Jessica Methot, Randall Schuler (Emeritus), Scott Seibert, and Michael Sturman. Our faculty are actively involved in professional associations, have served as editors or associate editors of top journals, and have engaged in several leadership roles of professional associations. We offer a rich array of courses and degrees at the undergraduate, master's, and doctoral levels. Students in both our undergraduate and master's program are active participants in the SHRM student chapters, and our master's program recently earned the Outstanding Chapter Award. Located in New Brunswick, New Jersey, we are close to numerous corporate headquarters and operational facilities, providing many opportunities for faculty and students to access rich data sources and engage with a robust community of HRM practitioners. The department is aided by an advisory board, composed of high-level human resource executives from many of these organizations. New Brunswick is a vibrant city with a thriving arts community, a lively downtown, and top recreational facilities with convenient access to New York City and Philadelphia. For those who prefer a more rural environment, there are many small towns with open green space within a 30-45 minute commute to campus. In addition to access to major metropolitan areas, central New Jersey is in close proximity to the beach and mountains and offers a wide range of recreational and cultural opportunities. Complementing our location is a school culture that respects the need to balance work and non-work activities. Please visit our departmental website for additional information (http://smlr.rutgers.edu/). Minimum Education and Experience: The Department of Human Resource Management in the School of Management and Labor Relations invites applications for a faculty position at the Assistant, Associate or Full Professor level to begin in September 2020. We seek colleagues with a demonstrated record of publishing in top journals in the HR and management fields, and who can teach courses in the functional areas of HRM (broadly construed) and/or Research Methods. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, or a related discipline or field of study by employment start date; must maintain an active research program; and be interested in working closely with our doctoral students. Research interests in diversity-related topics would be especially welcome. Teaching responsibilities would include undergraduate, masters, and/or doctoral level courses for our diverse mix of domestic and international students seeking degrees in HRM . For appointment at Associate or Full level, applicants must demonstrate a record of professional accomplishments commensurate with that rank to be eligible for tenure upon appointment. We encourage applications from members of underrepresented groups. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Candidates for the position should possess (or expect completion by August 2022) a doctorate in human resource management, organizational behavior, management, industrial/organizational psychology, or a closely related discipline. Posting Number: 21FA0675 Location: Livingston (RU-New Brunswick)

New Brunswick, New Jersey

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