FACULTY POSITIONS AVAILABLE
in Information Systems and Management
We are hiring at the Assistant Professor level only this year. Candidates may be experienced post-grad research fellows, or applied technology researchers in research-focused universities, organizations or government agencies. New Ph.D. graduates from relevant disciplines are welcome for this position.
Applicants should have:
- innovative research targeted to top conferences and journals in their area;
- potential to create interdisciplinary interest and funded research projects;
- a commitment to teach on IS and management, digital banking, urban technology management and policy, or data analytics at Undergrad or Masters level; and
- be pending completion or have a completed PhD.
addition to applicants from the IS academic community, we encourage applications from those with training in:
- Applied Economics and Econometrics;
- Data Analytics and Behavioural Economics;
- Business and Public Policy Studies;
- Strategy and Management;
- and Operations and Supply Chain Management.
People are also encouraged to apply who study:
- Financial IS and Technology; Social Science;
- Healthcare Management Economics and Policy;
- and Technology Policy and Management.
We seek candidates
(1) with research training that builds on and expand our existing IS&M faculty’s strengths, while not duplicating them;
(2) potential for synergy with other non-IS&M research faculty and areas, as well as to other SMU schools (Business, Economics, Social Science, Accounting and Law); and
(3) connections to technology management and policy issues that Singapore’s economy and society face.
Candidates with research capabilities and interests in these following areas are especially welcomed:
- Digital banking, FinTech innovation, financial networks, cashless society, cross-border issues
- Digital experiments in social networks, crowdfunding, P2P lending, e-markets, urban transport
- Info and decision analytics for business / consumer / social issues in private and public settings
- Consumer behaviour, marketing, and technology; quantitative empirical research approaches
- Risk and social policy analytics for urban management, healthcare, transport, markets, operations
- Technology for sustainability, water/air/environmental quality, green design, social responsibility
- Analysis of sharing economy, IS labour, cloud computing, autonomous vehicles, tech innovations
- Computational social science; data analytics / statistics; machine learning methods; econometrics
Singapore Management University
Singapore Management University (SMU) is created to be a premier university internationally recognised for research and education centred on management, social science and computing.
School of Information Systems
The SMU School of Information Systems (SIS) was created within this context to be similarly recognised internationally for its innovative research and education focused on Information Systems Technology, Information Systems Management, as well as problems and issues at the intersection of IS related technology and management.
SIS is distinct from the other five schools at SMU in that we are the only academic unit within the university classified as under Singapore’s Science & Technology cluster of academic units as defined by the Ministry of Education. SIS is eligible for Singapore government funding schemes targeted for Science & Technology based university programmes and research institutes.
We possess deep technology-based research and creation capability in strategically selected areas of information technology, systems and applications. We also actively investigate a range of issues related to the managerial and business impacts of IT within firms, across collaboration networks and value chains, as well as across markets and industries.
The Information Systems & Management (IS&M) RESEARCH Area
More information on SMU, SIS, Information Systems & Management can be found here:
Candidates should apply via email@example.com with the subject header 'IS&M Faculty Search'.
The full application package must include:
- a cover letter explaining the position you are interested in and your qualifications;
- your current CV, research statement and four samples of published work; and
- a teaching statement with past teaching performance evaluation information (if any).
Indicate the title of your job market paper, so we have an idea of the audience for your work. Letters of reference are not required initially. Instead, we will request them from candidates who are shortlisted.
Applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis until the position is filled. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified for interviews.
Last updated on 03 Nov 2017 .