Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Decision Sciences (Full-Time, Tenure Track)
Location: South Korea
Type: Full Time
Required Education: Doctorate
Academic / College and University
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Decision Sciences (Full Time, Tenure Track):
SKK GSB (Seoul, Korea) invites applications for tenure-track positions in decision sciences at any rank beginning Fall 2021. All instructions are conducted in English and knowledge of Korean is not required. Candidates in all areas of operations management, supply chain management, and related fields are encouraged to apply. First round interviews will be conducted via Zoom, qualifying candidates will be invited for a job talk on Zoom or campus visit if traveling is feasible.
The school offers highly competitive US salaries with attractive support for summer research, off-campus housing, tuition at international school for children, medical insurance, and relocation expenses. Teaching load is low and there are minimal service requirements. The school also provides generous research and travel grants and conference funding. Depending on the tax treaty between your home country and Korea, candidates may be exempt from Korean income tax for a period of two years. The majority of SKK GSB faculty are internationally based and all received their Ph.D. degrees from top-ranked business schools around the world and publish in top journals.
About the School:
Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) is a top-ranked comprehensive private university in Asia with 600 years of history. Set against the rich tradition of SKKU, SKK GSB is a 14-year-old AACSB accredited business school that admitted its first MBA class in 2004. Despite its short history, SKK GSB has been recognized as the #1 MBA program in Korea (#35 in the world) by the most recent Financial Times’ annual Global MBA rankings. We have a diverse MBA class with students coming from over 25 different countries in Asia, Europe, Africa, and North and South America. The school currently offers dual-degree EMBA and MBA programs with Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, and dual-degree MMS program with EDHEC Business School, France.
SKK GSB is in a building with world-class teaching facilities, office spaces, and a behavioral lab. The physical environment around the school also provides an extensive set of cultural and leisure opportunities. Seoul, the capital city of Korea, is rich with historical heritage and attractions of various kinds. The specific area around the school is the center of major cultural facilities in Seoul and has an abundance of beautiful art galleries and wonderful restaurants. To find out more about the school, please visit our website: https://gsb.skku.edu/en
Interested applicants should send by email cover letter, curriculum vitae, three reference letters, an example of written work for presentation, and applicable evidence of teaching effectiveness to the address below:
Faculty Search Committee:
SKK GSB Sungkyunkwan University 25-2 Sungkyunkwan-ro, Jongno-gu Seoul, Korea 03063
Sungkyunkwan University is an equal opportunity employer.
All candidates must have a doctoral degree in related fields prior to appointment. Applicants should demonstrate a strong commitment to excellence in research and teaching. Emphasis will be placed on the quality of the applicant’s research output. A proven teaching track record is highly desirable.
Sungkyunkwan University is a national university in Korea with 622 years of glorious history and shining tradition. The university has led the development of higher education in Korea by challenging and innovating with a mind for sharing and coexistence.
SKK GSB is one of the colleges in Sungkyunkwan University. We are No. 1 business school in Korea. Founded in 2004, SKK Graduate School of Business was built on a vision of delivering a world-class MBA education in Korea so that students would not have to travel overseas to receive a top-tier business education. In a short period of time, the vision was realized when we were ranked as the best MBA program in Korea and among the top 50s in the world by Financial Times.