Assistant Professor - Educator (BANA), Carl H. Lindner College of Business
University of Cincinnati
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Type: Full Time
Preferred Education: Masters
Internal Number: 71269
The OBAIS Department, the largest department in the college, offers nationally-recognized educational programs in operations, business analytics and information systems. In particular, the Master’s in Business Analytics program has been named the No.1 MS in Data Science school in the country by Predictive Analytics Today, and ranked 18th globally and 7th nationally among U.S. public universities by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS). The department was awarded the 2019 UPS George D. Smith Prize for its innovative approach to curriculum that effectively prepares students to be successful operations research and analytics professionals after graduation.
UC’s Center for Business Analytics serves organizations— locally and nationally—to be best-in-class in analytics. The Center brings together academia and practice by connecting faculty and students with member companies through symposiums, training, and problem-solving including student projects and internships.
The Carl H. Lindner College of Business, Department of Operations, Business Analytics, and Information Systems (OBAIS), invites applications for non-tenure-track positions at the level of Assistant Professor - Educator. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled. Desired start date is as early as January 2022. Compensation and employment benefits are competitive.
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in subjects such as business analytics, regression models, data analysis methods, data wrangling, simulation methods, and data visualization.
This includes course preparation and curriculum development, delivering course content and leading hands-on exercise labs, holding office hours, as well as grading and preparing assessment materials. Classes may include face-to-face and online versions. Additional responsibilities will entail participating in curriculum/course development, developing distance learning courses, education-related service activities, such as advising student organizations, academic standards review, and providing educational services to local communities.
Prior to effective date of appointment, the candidate must have:
Master's degree in Business Analytics, Statistics, or related field
at least one academic term of college level teaching in business analytics
at least one year of experience utilizing one of the following analytic tools: R, Python, Tableau, PowerBI, or Excel.
Initial appointment is up to three years and can be renewed. The anticipated course load is 24 credit hours per academic year.
Direct all inquires to Recruiting Committee Co-Chairs: Ed Winkofsky (email@example.com) or Yinghao Zhang (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Create an applicant profile in Success Factors. Apply to Job ID: 71269. Attach the following documents to your application.
List of references (3) – names and contact information. Should we move forward with your application, we will contact references
Two-page narrative describing your teaching experience and education philosophy with student evaluations, if available
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