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The Institute of Supply Chain Management - Procurement and Logistics (ISCM) undertakes research on cutting-edge topics from the fields of purchasing, logistics and supply chain management. In the course of its dynamic expansion in the area of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, the Institute for Supply Chain Management is partner in cooperation with Deutsche Bahn (DB) and Russian Railways (RZD). Together with the railway companies, the Graduate School of Management at St. Petersburg State University and the St. Petersburg State Transport University, the ISCM has established the "Center for International Logistics and Supply Chain Management" in St. Petersburg.
The EBS University of Business and Law invites applications for a position of Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management
The vacancy will be filled from 1 July 2012 for five years. S/he will work and live in St. Petersburg. S/he will head the "Center for International Logistics and Supply Chain Management" that is staffed with an Associate Professor, several lecturers, PhD students and an assistant. S/he will have strategic responsibility for the center and will be in charge of building and nurturing the academic profile of the center, both in Russia and on an international level. In addition, s/he will be responsible for further developing the center's research and education.
Applicants are expected to meet the following requirements:
Know-how in Supply Chain Management, Transport and Logistics - preferably also Railway Logistics/International experience/Academic excellence, demonstrated through a strong record of publications in international peer-reviewed journals/Experience in teaching graduate programs in logistics, supply chain management and related fields/English (fluent in spoken and written)/Preferably Russian language skills/Strategic thinking and leadership skills/Strong and convincing personality/Outstanding communication skills and negotiation skills
Your application package should contain a:
Cover letter and detailed CV/Copy of doctoral Certificate (or equivalent documentation in regard to academic status)/A list of publications and/or working papers/One or two current research papers/Documents supporting research, administrative and teaching qualifications
Ideally, your application package should also include your future research agenda, your teaching concept as well as relevant course evaluations. Applications (preferably by email) should be sent to Prof. Dr. Michael Henke firstname.lastname@example.org