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Full Professor and Department Chair - Sacramento State U.

  • 1.  Full Professor and Department Chair - Sacramento State U.

    Posted 10-04-2023 17:31

    ·       The College of Business at California State University, Sacramento, invites applications from highly-qualified candidates for Chair of the Management & Organizations Department.  Candidates should have academic credentials that qualify for appointment at the rank of Full Professor with Tenure. The intent is for the successful candidate to begin their role in the Fall 2024 semester.

    Preference will be given to candidates with the following qualifications: (1) knowledge and experience in group facilitation, mediation, and/or conflict negotiation/resolution; (2) experience working in an AACSB-accredited college or school of business;(3) 2 years leading an academic unit (or equivalent; (4) interest in and experience with inclusive forms of student engagement and pedagogy in the classroom; (5) strong commitment to and previous experience in teaching to a diverse student body; (6) experience with curricular development (e.g., existing and new undergraduate and/or graduate degree programs); (7) a record of developing relationships with business, government, and/or non-profit communities, consistent with Sacramento State's Anchor University Initiative; (8) demonstrated knowledge of higher education issues and trends at the state, national, and global levels; (9) demonstrated knowledge of the processes and practices of working at a large public university; (10) knowledge and experience of a collective-bargaining workplace; (11) demonstrated ability to manage and generate resources; (12) demonstrated knowledge and experience in assisting an academic unit to create a vision for the future and implementing the vision successfully.  

    In In the spirit of the Anchor University initiative of Sacramento State, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of qualified people with a record of, or potential for, developing relationships with the community and specifically with "those neighborhoods and communities that have been historically underrepresented and underserved" (See

    Ryan Fuller
    Associate Professor, Dept. of Management and Organizations
    California State University, Sacramento
    Sacramento CA