< img src=" https://jobeternal.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/full-time-assistant-associate-professors-in-human-resource-management-m-w.jpg" class=" ff-og-image-inserted" > RECRUITMENT OF FULL-TIME ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS
IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (M/W)
AT ICN BUSINESS SCHOOL – PARIS – NANCY
Established in 1905, EQUIS, AMBA & & AACSB recognized, ICN Business School, a French Grande Ecole in Management, is among the leading service schools in Europe. ICN has numerous schools and teaching websites, consisting of Nancy and Paris, France, along with Berlin, Germany. In Berlin, ICN lies in the centre of the 207 district of Mitte, in a structure developed by designer Jean Nouvel.
ICN Business School makes every effort to be a reference in innovative, transdisciplinary and responsible company education in the heart of Europe. ICN prepares students and managers to fulfill the requirements of today’s and tomorrow’s work environment. Innovation, imagination and the capacity to work beyond traditional disciplinary borders are fostered through the school’s ATM mentor and discovering approach, and ongoing commitment to CSR. The School hosts the UNESCO Chair “Art and Science for Sustainable Development Goals” that promotes transdisciplinary research study, education and training for implementing SDGs.
In line with its mission and vision, ICN Business School values openness, dedication and group spirit from professors, personnel and trainees. The School counts 3,000 students, an extremely global faculty of more than 70 teachers, more than 120 partner universities all over the world and a vast corporate network. It provides a large range of programs consisting of a Bachelor and an MSc in Management, specialised Master degrees, an Executive MBA, a PhD, as well as non-degree executive programs.
ICN anticipates a commitment to high quality research study, teaching and trainee assistance from its professors. The School offers an appealing compensation and incentive package, in line with the position and the credentials of the successful candidate. Financial rewards for publications in picked journals are used.
The ideal prospects for these positions in ICN’s Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour Department will have strong research interests and teaching experience, both on-site and range, in a combination of the following fields: quality of life at work, sustainable HRM, skills management, efficiency management, cross-cultural management.
The prospects are expected to pursue research quality. Experience in research study financing projects and corporate relations would be a possession. The candidates have an interest in linking HR and OB problems to the school’s dedication to sustainability and transdiscipinarity. Prospects are expected to teach to several audiences (Bachelor, Master, Executive Education) in French and English, on the various schools and teaching sites of the school. Prospects are anticipated to show their willingness to innovate in the style naturally, teaching material and mentor methods.
To be appointable as Assistant Professor prospects should have a PhD or submitted their thesis, demonstrate the capacity for research excellence or already have produced in peer-reviewed journals and reveal an aptitude for strong mentor quality.
To be appointable as Associate Professor, prospects must have a PhD and preferably numerous years of work experience in college or research study, a record of excellence in research with publications in international leading journals, and proof of strong mentor quality.
The application should include:
- a curriculum vitae suggesting their level of mastery of French and English,
- a cover letter,
- a research study plan, a teaching statement and teaching assessments (if readily available).
The full application should be sent in English online by means of the Apply link.
Concerns can be resolved to the Director of the Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour
Department, [email protected]!.?.!. To find out more, please go to the
following website: www.icn-artem.com. Click Here to Apply For The Job