At the Wisconsin School of Business, we have a bold vision to reinvent higher education. We draw upon the immense intellectual and cultural resources of UW-Madison in our aim to be at the frontier of knowledge and to inspire students of business to personal and professional success. 

We are looking for passionate, collaborative and forward-thinking individuals to join our team of faculty and staff.

Vacancies at the Wisconsin School of Business

FACULTY

Full, Assoc, or Asst. Professor in Accounting and Information Systems (PVL #80498)

The Accounting and Information Systems Department in the Wisconsin School of Business seeks a research scholar at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level in the field of Accounting. Applicants will be expected to create and maintain a strong program of research, provide classroom and individual instruction for undergraduate and graduate degree-seeking students, and contribute to the intellectual and academic life of the department. University and community service will be expected as appropriate. The Accounting Department is rated among the top programs in the country for undergraduate programs. The Chronicles of Higher Education recently ranked Wisconsin Accounting at the #1 position in its study of scholarly productivity in the discipline on a per-faculty member basis. Public Accounting Reports ranked our programs very highly. The department continues to lead the nation on the number of interns we place at the Financial Accounting Standards Board, and we continue to be in the top set of schools on CPA exam first time pass rates. We are also proud to be part of a great university with excellent resources available to both faculty and students. The Wisconsin School of Business offers degrees in Accounting at the undergraduate, master's (IMAcc & GMAcc), and PhD level. The School currently enrolls approximately 1800 undergraduates (sophomore/junior/senior level), 400 masters, and 60 PhD students.

Full, Assoc, or Asst. Professor in Actuarial Science/ Risk Mgmt. & Insurance (PVL #80497)

The Actuarial Science, Risk Management and Insurance Department in the Wisconsin School of Business seeks a research scholar at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level. Current faculty focus their research efforts on empirical and analytic solutions to individual and corporate decision-making problems that are routinely encountered in insurance, actuarial science, and health care; we seek scholars whose research will complement and provide synergies with the current faculty research agenda. Applicants will be expected to create and maintain a strong program of research, provide classroom and individual instruction for undergraduate and graduate degree-seeking students, and contribute to the intellectual and academic life of the department. University and professional service will be expected as appropriate. The Actuarial Science, Risk Management and Insurance program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is one of the oldest in the country, dating back to the 1930s. We are proud to be ranked among the best of all programs in both actuarial science and risk management and insurance, both from a curricular and research perspective. We are also proud to be part of a great university with excellent resources available to both faculty and students. The Wisconsin School of Business offers degrees in actuarial science and risk management and insurance at the undergraduate, master's in RMI, and PhD level. We also have a Capstone Certificate Program in Actuarial Science targeted to post-graduate students. The School currently enrolls approximately 2000 undergraduates (sophomore/junior/senior level), 400 masters, and 80 PhD students.

Full, Assoc, or Asst. Professor in Finance (PVL #80496)

The Finance Department in the Wisconsin School of Business seeks a faculty scholar at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level in the field of Finance, Investment and Banking . Applicants will be expected to create and maintain a strong program of research, provide classroom and individual instruction for undergraduate and graduate degree-seeking students, and contribute to the intellectual and academic life of the department. University and community service will be expected as appropriate. The Finance Department of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business prides itself on an undergraduate program that consistently ranks near the top of all schools in the United States, a masters program that focuses student learning in niche areas, and a Ph.D. program that trains world-class researchers. Our curriculum offers an enviable range of courses and topics from basic concepts that all beginning students should know, to specific topics of current interest found in applied programs. We are also proud to be part of a great university with excellent resources available to both faculty and students. The Wisconsin School of Business currently enrolls approximately 2000 undergraduates (sophomore/junior/senior level), 400 masters, and 80 PhD students.

Full, Assoc, or Asst. Professor in Management & Human Resources (PVL #80495)

The Management and Human Resources Department in the Wisconsin School of Business seeks a faculty scholar at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level in the fields of Management and Human Resources. Applicants will be expected to create and maintain a strong program of research, provide classroom and individual instruction for undergraduate and graduate degree-seeking students, and contribute to the intellectual and academic life of the department. University and community service will be expected as appropriate. The Management and Human Resources offers three highly regarded undergraduate concentrations: Human Resources, Management, and Entrepreneurship. Our MBA programs in management permit the acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary to function in a variety of managerial positions in both the private and public sectors. The PhD program in Management is intended to develop competence in management studies, research methods, and an external minor. The Department is proud to be part of a great university with excellent resources available to both faculty and students. The Wisconsin School of Business currently enrolls approximately 2000 undergraduates (sophomore/junior/senior level), 400 masters, and 80 PhD students. We are especially interested in candidates having interests that span the entrepreneurship, innovation, creativity, and technology areas and/or span other areas (e.g., human resources, organizational behavior, organization theory) in the MHR Department.

Full, Assoc, or Asst. Professor in Marketing (PVL #80494)

The Marketing Department in the Wisconsin School of Business seeks a research scholar at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level in the field of Marketing. Applicants will be expected to create and maintain a strong program of research, provide classroom and individual instruction for undergraduate and graduate degree-seeking students, and contribute to the intellectual and academic life of the department. University and community service will be expected as appropriate. The Marketing department is rated among the top programs in the country for research productivity. The department has strong undergraduate and MBA programs. The department includes the A.C. Nielsen Center for Marketing Research, a nationally prominent center which trains masters students in this area as well as houses the Center for Brand and Product Management, a center designed to give students outstanding training for jobs in product management at leading companies throughout the world. We are also proud to be part of a great university with excellent resources available to both faculty and students. The Wisconsin School of Business offers degrees in Marketing at the undergraduate, master's, and PhD level. The School currently enrolls approximately 2000 undergraduates (sophomore/junior/senior level), 400 masters, and 80 PhD students.

Full, Assoc, or Asst. Professor in Real Estate & Urban Land Economics (PVL #80500)

The Real Estate and Urban Land Economics Department in the Wisconsin School of Business seeks a faculty scholar at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level in the field of Real Estate and Economics. Applicants will be expected to create and maintain a strong program of research, provide classroom and individual instruction for undergraduate and graduate degree-seeking students, and contribute to the intellectual and academic life of the department. University and community service will be expected as appropriate. The University of Wisconsin's Department of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics is one of the oldest undergraduate academic real estate programs in the world, and one of the best, consistently ranked as one of the top real estate programs in the United States. The Department traces its history back to Richard T. Ely's 1925 program in Land and Public Utility Economics. Among top real estate programs, UW is renowned for its breadth, awarding Bachelors, MBA, and Ph.D. degrees. The department is also proud to be part of a great university with excellent resources available to both faculty and students. The Wisconsin School of Business currently enrolls approximately 2000 undergraduates (sophomore/junior/senior level), 400 masters, and 80 PhD students.

Professor in Operations & Information Management (Supply Chain Management) (PVL #80499)

The Department of Operations and Information Management (OIM) at the Wisconsin School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Madison, seeks candidates for a faculty position in the supply chain management area, starting fall 2015. Candidates must have a Ph.D. and a demonstrated capability for research excellence and contribute to the intellectual and academic life of the department. University and community service will be expected as appropriate. Rank is open. The annual teaching load is three courses. The OIM department offers a PhD program, a day-time MBA and an undergraduate major in Operations and Technology Management, and an undergraduate major in Information Systems. We also have a presence in the Evening and Executive MBA programs. Our faculty members specialize in operations & supply chain management, sustainability, healthcare operations management, operations research, managerial economics, and information systems. The department administers the Erdman Center for Operations and Technology Management (http://www.bus.wisc.edu/erdman/) and has close connections with the Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management (http://www.bus.wisc.edu/grainger/), both of which are founded on the principles of cross-functional perspectives and industry relations. Faculty members also maintain links with units outside the School, including the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, the Center for Quick Response Manufacturing, the Industrial and Systems Engineering department, the Manufacturing Systems Engineering program, and the UW E-Business Consortium.

Professor in Operations (Senior Faculty and Center Director Position ) (PVL #80776)

The Department of Operations and Information Management (OIM) at the Wisconsin School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Madison, seeks candidates with demonstrated research and teaching excellence for a faculty and Academic Center Director position in the operations management area, starting fall 2015 or spring 2016. Rank is at the senior Associate Professor level or above. The position holder will be a thought leader for the endowed Erdman Center for Operations and Technology Management (OTM). The Center administers and provides professional development for our department's MBA program, supports our undergraduate program, and maintains links to industry via its Executive Advisory Board (bus.wisc.edu/erdman/). A Staff Director and an assistant manage the Center and its students on a day-to-day basis. We are seeking candidates who have a focus in operations management outside of the core supply chain area since the School has a separate Center for Supply Chain Management (bus.wisc.edu/grainger/). An interest in research and courses with cross-functional content (e.g., Technology/OM, Marketing/OM, Health/OM, etc.) is desirable, as is an interest in executive-level instruction (Executive MBA, Evening MBA, and non-degree). Candidates must have a Ph.D. and a demonstrated capability for research excellence and contribute to the intellectual and academic life of the department. University and community service will be expected as appropriate. The annual nominal teaching load is two semester-long courses. The OIM department offers a PhD program, a day-time MBA and an undergraduate major in Operations and Technology Management, and an undergraduate major in Information Systems. We also have a presence in Evening, Executive MBA, and Physician Leadership programs. Besides the Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management in the School of Business, our faculty members maintain close relations with units outside the School, including the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, the Center for Quick Response Manufacturing, the Industrial and Systems Engineering department, the Manufacturing Systems Engineering program, and the UW E-Business Consortium.

ACADEMIC/CLASSIFIED STAFF

Engagement Specialist (PVL #81346)

This position reports directly to the Associate Director of Alumni Relations on the execution of alumni engagement and campaign strategies.

Web Editor (PVL #81314)

This position works closely with colleagues in the Academic Technology and Web (ATW) unit as well as staff within the Wisconsin School of Business. Primary responsibilities include developing, writing and editing content for a variety of media and tactics, including web sites, email campaigns and newsletters, landing pages, blogs, and other digital media. This position will ensure brand consistency in the "voice" of the School of Business in all copy. A secondary area will be to collaborate with ATW colleagues on information architecture and site design to optimize content delivery.

Writer / Editor (PVL #78992)

The Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking creative applicants to assist in the successful design and implementation of editorial content. This position will work with a cross-functional team and develop content strategy for developing stories that feature cutting edge research, innovation, teaching, student success, and gift impacts. The ideal applicant will have a minimum of 5 years of experience in publications editing, or editorial direction and outstanding written and overall communication skills.

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