|Position ID:||MIT-SCALE-MISIFACJR [#7772]|
|Position Title:||Junior Faculty - Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation|
|Position Type:||Non tenure-track faculty|
|Position Location:||Shah Alam near Kuala Lumpur, Selangor 40150, Malaysia [map]|
|Subject Areas:||Operations Management|
Supply Chain Management
|Appl Deadline:||(posted 2016/09/01)|
Junior Faculty Position
Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Government of Malaysia through a long-term partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT CTL) established the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI) in 2011. MISI is becoming a leading center of transportation, logistics, and supply chain management education and research. It is located in Shah Alam just outside Kuala Lumpur. The institution offers two Master degree programs and is in the process of launching a Doctoral program. It conducts applied research, provides executive education programs, and works with corporations doing business in Asia.
MISI is a key member of MIT’s Global Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence (SCALE) Network of research centers in the area of transportation, logistics and supply chain management. The MIT SCALE Network consists of six centers: MIT CTL (Cambridge, MA USA), the Zaragoza Logistics Center or ZLC (Zaragoza, Spain), the Center for Latin-America Logistics Innovation or CLI (Bogota, Colombia), the Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation or MISI (Shah Alam, Malaysia), the Luxembourg Centre for Logistics or LCL (Luxembourg), and Ningbo Supply Chain Innovation Institute China or NSIIC (Ningbo, China). Together, this network of centers educates hundreds of master’s students, doctoral candidates, and executives each year.
Faculty members of MISI are responsible for advancing the Center’s mission of excellence in education, research, and corporate involvement. All faculty members are expected to develop, design, and deliver world-class teaching material at the Master and Doctoral levels. As part of MISI academic team, faculty members are responsible for creating, supporting, and disseminating new knowledge in logistics, supply chain management, and related fields.
Faculty members are expected to conduct high quality research in collaboration with industry and government; supervise theses; publish in top international journals, academic proceedings, and trade journals; actively participate in all programs offered and supported by MISI; and collaborate with academics and researchers at the other MIT Global SCALE Network centers.
Candidates should possess most of the following:
We invite inquiries, nominations, and applications. All applications
should include a current CV, a research statement, and a cover letter
explaining interest and relevant experience. All communications will be
held in total confidence. Electronic submissions are strongly encouraged.
If electronic submission is not possible, please send application materials to the following address:
MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics
The review of applications and nominations is underway and will continue until the position is filled. The position is based in Malaysia and commands a competitive salary commensurate with qualifications. Starting dates are negotiable.
For more information about Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation or the other centers in the MIT Global SCALE Network please visit http://scale.mit.edu/
MIT Global SCALE Network Centers offer a culturally diverse teaching and research environment and provide equal opportunity for all applicants. Applications from women and minorities are encouraged.