Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Department of Management at the Chinese University of Hong Kong invites applications for tenure-track positions at the ALL levels. We welcome applications from candidates engaged in high-quality scholarship in areas of corporate social responsibility, entrepreneurship, international management, organizational behaviour/human resources management, and strategic management.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. in International Business, Management or a closely related discipline. Candidates should be strongly committed to excellence in scholarly research, teaching and service. Appointment at associate professor level or above requires an academically qualified scholarship of national and international stature. Responsibilities include publishing high-quality scholarly research, teaching management courses at undergraduate and graduate levels (e.g. MBA, EMBA), Ph.D. student supervision, and participation in academic and professional activities. The appointee is also encouraged to apply for external funding to support research endeavors. Salary will be highly competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience. The University offers a comprehensive fringe benefit package including housing allowance and medical insurance, and a 15% contract-end gratuity for an appointment of two years or longer.
About the Chinese University of Hong Kong
CUHK Business School is one of the first two business schools in Asia accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). CUHK is also the only university of Hong Kong that is an invited member of the Worldwide Universities Network. The CUHK EMBA program was ranked the 24th in the Financial Times Global Executive MBA Rankings 2014, and the Full-time MBA program was ranked the 30th in Financial Times Global Rankings 2015. In QS World University Rankings 2014, CUHK was ranked the 46th in the world and the 6th in Asia.
About the Department
The Department’s major research strengths center on the areas of international and organizational management with a special focus on the Asia-Pacific region, in particular China and Hong Kong. It comprises a team of academics with diverse ethnicity and extensive international experience who engage in a wide range of management research in entrepreneurship, human resources management, international management, organizational behaviour, and strategic management. We have a proven record of excellence in international business and general management research (See http://www.bschool.cuhk.edu.hk/school-department/management-research-achievements-international-business.shtml). In the UTD Ranking 2015, our department is ranked No. 1 worldwide based on publication counts in Journal of International Business Studies, a top international business journal, for the period of 1995-2015. Besides, the Department is a founding member of the Asia Academy of Management, an academic organization that fosters management education and research in the region. The Center for International Business Studies (CIBS) was established in 2009 to further enhance international business research of the Department. Further information about the Department and CIBS is available at http://www.bschool.cuhk.edu.hk/school-department/management.shtml).
The proposed position is pending on subject approval, but review of applications will begin immediately until 30 November, 2015. Please submit letter of application and curriculum vitae (plus evidence of teaching ability and sample of publications, if any) to the department chairman, Professor Gongming Qian, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our department will hold a reception at the 75th Academy of Management Annual Meeting with details below:
Date: August 10, 2015 (Monday)
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Venue: Waterfront Ballroom C, Fairmont Waterfront Hotel, Vancouver
Interested applicants are welcome to come to the reception and talk to our department representatives (Prof. Gordon Cheung, Prof. Ping-Ping Fu, Prof. Sophia Jeong, Dr. Joyce Iun, Prof. Dora Lau, Prof. Kenneth Law, Prof. Xufei Ma, Prof. Hang-Yue Ngo, and Prof. Daphne Yiu).