The Business Information System (BIS) Discipline at the University of Sydney Business School invites applications for a Senior Lecturer or Associate Professor Position
Our team leads the way in crafting a vision for the digital future of business and society and your contribution is crucial in further elevating the Discipline's profile and impact locally, nationally, and internationally. We are known for our influential, conceptual, and pioneering thinking and a tradition of qualitative research with social constructivist and critical perspectives in studying matters of digital technology in business and society, at the intersection of people, work practices and organizations. Colleagues in the discipline are engaged in topic areas such as digital transformation, artificial intelligence, data science, cybersecurity, digital health, future of work, and information technology for development. Our research is published in all leading journals in the field, including MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Journal of the AIS, Organization Science, and more. Many of our colleagues hold important editorial roles in highly regarded journals such as Journal of the AIS, Journal of Information Technology, Information Systems Journal and Journal of Strategic Information Systems. We are leaders in business education through articulating a modern digital business curriculum.
We are therefore looking for Senior Lecturer or Associate Professor who have:
· an active research program with an established research record of high-quality publications in the AIS Senior Scholars' List of Premier Journals
· experience of leading external funding applications and projects, including collaboration with industry, government and third sector organizations
· demonstrated ability in providing outstanding academic leadership in teaching and research.
· evidence of high-quality teaching in Business Information System, or the potential to do so at undergraduate, postgraduate or MBA level
· research and teaching interests in the areas of artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, data science and governance, enterprise architecture and cloud services are preferred
· demonstrated capacity to stimulate, actively engage and educate a range of audiences using a range of media
· commitment to contribute to the development of junior colleagues
· evidence of a collaborative and cooperative approach to discipline, school and university governance.
Applications (including a cover letter, CV, teaching statement, research statement and a list or copies of up to two papers) can be submitted via the university career site.