[AISWorld] Faculty position in IS San Francisco State University - Revised
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Wed Oct 17 12:58:09 EDT 2012
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ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS
San Francisco State University
College of Business
Department of Information Systems
POSITION: This full-time tenure-track position involves graduate and
undergraduate teaching and research in Information Systems, student
advising, and university and community service. Current topics of
instruction, all emphasizing applications within the business
environment, include business application development (Java), web
application development, open source systems, mobile business
applications, business intelligence, business process management,
e-commerce systems, multimedia application development, information
systems analysis/design, database systems, network management, IT
project management, and information security management. A recent
initiative to incorporate SAP into some courses has resulted in strong
student interest. Refereed academic journal publications are required
for promotion and tenure.
RANK AND SALARY: Salary is dependent on rank and qualiﬁcations.
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Review of applications will begin in fall 2012
and continue until January 31, 2013 or until the position is ﬁlled,
whichever occurs first. Applications received after the application
closing date will be reviewed at the discretion of the search committee.
All final decisions will be contingent on budget and funding.
APPOINTMENT DATE: Fall Semester 2013.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must be academically qualiﬁed by
current AACSB standards; business and prior teaching experience are
desirable. Candidates must possess a doctoral degree in Information
Systems from an AACSB-accredited institution or equivalent, before
starting the position in August 2013.
THE DEPARTMENT: Faculty in the department are engaged in on-going
research programs in a variety of areas including mobile/wireless
systems, green IT, crowdsourcing, cloud computing, knowledge modeling,
electronic commerce, IT sourcing, open source adoption, innovative
technology diffusion, human-system interaction, social network analysis,
and database systems. Faculty research publications have appeared in
various journals including ISR, Decision Sciences, EJIS, CAIS, and
Operations Research, and faculty have published internationally
recognized textbooks and professional books. The University’s location
in San Francisco provides excellent opportunities for contacts with
cutting-edge social media companies and high-tech companies located in
nearby Silicon Valley. The department also has close contacts with a
network of CIOs in the San Francisco Bay Area and hosts an annual CIO
Executive Development program. The department offers a Bachelor of
Science degree in Information Systems and an MBA with an emphasis in
Information Systems. The Department has 10 full-time
tenured/tenure-track faculty and several part-time faculty.
THE COLLEGE: The College of Business is accredited by the AACSB at both
the undergraduate and graduate levels. The college offers MBA, MSBA in
accounting, EMBA and BS degrees and serves approximately 500 graduate
and 4,500 undergraduate students. Courses are offered both day and
evening. The College has approximately 110 full-time
tenured/tenure-track faculty. The MBA, MSBA, and EMBA programs are
housed exclusively in a state-of-the-art educational facility, located
in the heart of San Francisco's downtown ﬁnancial and shopping center.
The undergraduate business program is located on the university's main
THE UNIVERSITY: San Francisco State University is a member of the
California State University system and serves a diverse student body of
27,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The University seeks to
promote appreciation of scholarship, freedom, human diversity,
excellence in instruction, and intellectual accomplishment. SFSU faculty
are expected to be effective teachers and demonstrate professional
achievement and growth through research, scholarship, and/or creative
work. SFSU is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity employer. The
Department of Information Systems is particularly interested in
attracting women, ethnic minorities, and persons with disabilities.
HOW TO APPLY: A letter of application, curriculum vitae, three recent
letters of recommendation, plus any additional material that supports
the application (teaching evaluations, samples of publications, etc.)
should be sent, preferably in electronic format, to
College of Business — Information Systems Search
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94132
E-mail: is2013 at sfsu.edu
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