The School of Business Administration at Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA invites candidates for a full-time, tenure-track appointment as an Assistant Professor of Management teaching in the area of human resource management beginning in the fall of 2022. The successful candidate is expected to take part in teaching, professional development, academic citizenship, and service, and advising as specified below.
Gonzaga University is a Jesuit, Catholic, humanistic institution, and seeks to create a community of people who contribute to its distinctive mission. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are core values of the University, and the School of Business Administration is committed to inclusive excellence. The School of Business is AACSB accredited, and the HRM concentration is also aligned with SHRM professional standards. We welcome teacher-scholars with a commitment to inclusive, equity-minded teaching animated by the concepts of social justice, civic engagement, and systems of power, privilege, and oppression.
Teaching—The faculty member is expected to teach nine credits each semester during the academic year at the undergraduate and graduate levels, primarily in human resource management and management. This position holder would teach introductory Principles of Management courses along with another human resource management or management course in an area of the faculty member’s expertise. Future department needs may dictate shifts in teaching responsibilities. As part of our commitment to successful starts for our faculty, a one-semester, three-credit teaching load reduction is available to new faculty hires in their first year. Summer teaching opportunities may also be available but are neither required nor guaranteed.
Professional Development—This position requires that the faculty member remain current with management theory and practice and conduct quality research leading to publication in peer-reviewed academic journals in the discipline. Support is available to promote scholarly engagement.
Academic Citizenship & Service—The successful candidate will be a member of the faculty of the School of Business Administration, with full voting privileges in the University faculty assembly and the school, and as such is expected to be a contributing member of the Management discipline, the school, and the University, commensurate with their experience level. Participation within University and school committees is required. In addition, Gonzaga University and the School of Business Administration have strong ties to the larger Spokane community; thus, faculty engagement with the local community is also valued and expected. Candidates should be prepared to advise SHRM chapter students in their development and meet with the SBA HRM Concentration Advisory Board.
Advising—There are no student advising requirements for first year faculty, but advising will become part of the individual’s duties following a successful first year.
PhD in Human Resource Management, Management, or related field – DBA and ABD considered, with the expectation the ABD candidate will have successfully defended their dissertation by July 15, 2022
Demonstrated ability to teach in the management discipline within the undergraduate or graduate level: Human Resource Management or Management preferred; Secondary specialty in Organizational Behavior, International Management, Strategy, or Entrepreneurship is a plus
Demonstrated strong commitment to excellence in peer-reviewed scholarship
Willingness to advance the mission of the University and School of Business Administration in teaching and scholarship
Ability to work both collaboratively and independently in a collegial environment
Ability to develop a strong network with the business community
Additional Salary Information: Gonzaga University SBA is an AACSB accredited institution that emphasizes teaching and engagement in addition to peer-review research. The SBA uses AACSB and CUPA comparison school salary surveys to determine averages.
Internal Number: FLO126
About Gonzaga University
Gonzaga University is an exemplary learning community that educates students for lives of leadership and service for the common good.
In keeping with its Catholic, Jesuit, and humanistic heritage and identity, Gonzaga models and expects excellence in academic and professional pursuits and intentionally develops the whole person -- intellectually, spiritually, culturally, physically, and emotionally.
Through engagement with knowledge, wisdom, and questions informed by classical and contemporary perspectives, Gonzaga cultivates in its students the capacities and dispositions for reflective and critical thought, lifelong learning, spiritual growth, ethical discernment, creativity, and innovation.
The Gonzaga experience fosters a mature commitment to dignity of the human person, social justice, diversity, intercultural competence, global engagement, solidarity with the poor and vulnerable, and care for the planet. Grateful to God, the Gonzaga community carries out this mission with responsible stewardship of our physical, financial, and human resources.
In the School of Business and Administration, our vision is to be a global leader in Jesuit business education. Everything... we do supports that vision: from our bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, to our faculty scholarly work, to our community engagement.
We are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International, and we are one of less than 190 business schools worldwide to hold joint AACSB accreditation in business and accounting. This accreditation is a seal of excellence and reflects our commitment to intellectual rigor and alumni success.
Our school’s faculty is made up of experienced business leaders and accomplished scholars. More than 90 percent of our full-time faculty hold a Ph.D. or J.D. They are recognized experts who frequently publish articles in industry and academic journals, present their work at national conferences, and receive awards for teaching and scholarly achievement in their field.
Our school is located in the Jepson Center—64,000 square feet of classrooms, faculty and staff offices, multimedia learning technology, computer labs, student lounge and meeting spaces. The building is home to The Hogan Center for Entrepreneurship, where students and mentors conduct online data analysis, research and business planning on new product design and entrepreneurial proposals. Jepson also houses The Jack H. Hemmingson Finance Lab, a state-of-the art finance lab and stock trading room.