The Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) at the University of Michigan (U-M) invites applications for faculty positions at all levels (assistant, associate, and full professor) for an appointment beginning September 2023. Our department is multidisciplinary, balancing theoretical and methodological research and applied research interests. We are looking for candidates who will excel in an environment where they are committed to excellence in graduate and undergraduate education, establish an independent, externally-funded research program in their areas of expertise, and embrace the global outlook, leadership focus, and service commitment that permeates the culture of Michigan Engineering.
Who We Are
Michigan Engineers are world-class educators, researchers, students and staff who strive to build a people-first future. As part of the nation’s number one public research institution, Michigan Engineering's mission is to provide scientific and technological leadership to the people of the world, develop intellectually curious and socially conscious minds, create collaborative solutions to societal problems, and promote an inclusive and innovative community of service for the common good.
Our vision, mission and values are supported by a people-first engineering framework that guides our work. As Michigan Engineers, we strive to apply excellent engineering fundamentals, integrated expertise and equity-centered values to reimagine what engineering can be, close critical gaps, and elevate all people. Information about our vision, mission, and values can be found at: http://strategicvision.engin.umich.edu/.
The University of Michigan has a storied legacy of commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). Michigan Engineering models that commitment in our research, culture and collaborations. We seek to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of that commitment. Learn more about DEI at Michigan Engineering: https://www.engin.umich.edu/culture/diversity-equity-inclusion/
How to Apply:
Submit your application to Interfolio here: http://apply.interfolio.com/112139. A complete application packet includes at least the following 4 items: (1) a current C.V., three summary statements of up to two pages each describing, respectively: (2) career teaching plans; (3) research plans; and (4) activities, contributions, or plans related to supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion. For candidates with prior teaching experience, please provide (5) a summary of course (teaching) evaluations. You are also asked to provide three letters of recommendation. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled; applicants at the assistant professor level are strongly encouraged to apply by October 10, 2022. Please contact the IOE Faculty Search Committee at IOEFacultySearchfirstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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You have or are near completion of a Ph.D. and demonstrate a commitment to high-quality research and evidence of teaching potential. We will consider candidates in all areas related to Industrial and Operations Engineering, including Operations Research, Human Factors & Ergonomics, Data Analytics, and related disciplines. The many application areas in the department include operations management, health & human safety, energy & sustainability, mobility & transportation, public policy, manufacturing, and robotics. You are committed to excellence in graduate and undergraduate education; will develop impactful, productive, and novel research programs; and will contribute to the department's goal of combatting systemic racism and sexism by engaging in our culture of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI).
Industrial and operations engineers use data to analyze, design and optimize — improving decision making and shaping systems comprised of humans, machines, and processes. An IOE degree is relevant to all industries and sectors of the economy including business consulting, energy, finance, health, manufacturing, robotics, and transportation.The IOE curriculum emphasizes critical thinking and the development of specialized skills at the intersection of computational, mathematical, statistical, and social sciences, together with principles and methods of engineering and data science to have a positive societal impact on government, for-profit, and not-for-profit organizations.National polls consistently rank U-M IOE’s undergraduate and graduate programs among the best in the United States. Exceptional faculty and graduate students bring high-impact research to the world while creating a hands-on learning environment for our outstanding undergraduate program.