*Department of Management, Pamplin College of Business *

*Virginia Tech*

*Tenure-Track, Open-Rank, Positions in Management*

The Department of Management in the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia
Tech seeks applications for one or more tenure-track open-rank faculty
positions in management to begin August 2020. We are especially interested
in senior candidates (full professor or senior associate professor), and
women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. A
candidate’s experience and research credentials will be the basis for the
determination of the rank of appointment.

Candidates should have: (1) a doctorate in Management or a closely related
field (or be in the final state of completing such a doctorate) from an
AACSB accredited school; (2) strong program of scholarly research with
demonstrated success and potential to publish in elite management journals;
and (3) instructional capabilities at the undergraduate, MBA, and doctoral
levels.  We prefer applicants whose research interest match with our
faculty’s research interests in the areas of innovation, entrepreneurship,
technology management, international business, or business ethics, but we
also encourage senior-level candidates with research interest in OB/HR to
apply. To be considered for associate or full professor level, candidates
must have recent publications in top-tier management journals. The
successful candidate will have evidence of high impact scholarly research
through publications or advanced stage under review in top journals.

The Department of Management consists of 26 full-time faculty members with
an impressive range of research and teaching expertise in all areas of
management. We encourage intellectual discussions that cut across
traditional research areas. We expect and support our faculty to pursue
high quality research that is publishable in top journals. Virginia Tech’s
recent announcement of a $1B+ Innovation Campus in Northern Virginia ( is key part of a long-term
strategy to build world-class research and educational programs.
Opportunities exist to teach in several highly ranked graduate programs
based in our Northern Virginia Campus.

The positions will be for Virginia Tech’s main campus in Blacksburg,
Virginia, a quintessential college town. Blacksburg has been ranked among
the best places to live in the U.S. numerous times and was recently ranked
the best place in the nation to raise a family. Blacksburg has high quality
primary and secondary schools (K-12) as well as a relatively low cost of

The Pamplin College of Business offers majors in management, accounting and
information systems, business information technology, finance, hospitality
and tourism management, and marketing. Its on-campus full-time enrollment
is over 4,500 undergraduate students and about 150 full-time graduate
students. The college has evening MBA program, EMBA program, and Executive
Doctorate program at Virginia Tech’s National Capital Region (metropolitan
Washington, D.C. area). It also has a professional MBA program with classes
alternating between Roanoke and Richmond and an on-line Master of
Information Technology program, which is ranked as number 2 in the nation
in the U.S. News and World Report’s Best Online Education Programs.

Virginia Tech has a strong commitment to the principle of diversity and, in
that spirit, seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including women,
minorities, veterans, and people with disabilities.

Interested candidates MUST apply on-line ( with the electronic
application, cover letter, current CV, and research statement. In your CV,
please specify your research and teaching interests and provide names and
contact information of at least three references. If requested, applicants
should be prepared to provide evidence of teaching effectiveness,
publications, and working papers. Inquiries about the position should be
sent to Devi R. Gnyawali ([log in to unmask]), Chair of the Search Committee.

Virginia Tech has a strong commitment to the principle of diversity and, in
that spirit, seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including women,
minorities, and people with disabilities.

Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the application
process should contact Jamie Stein ([log in to unmask]) in the Department of
Management (540) 231-6353 or (TDD) 1-800-828-1120.

*Note: We will not conduct formal interviews through the AOM placement
services. Candidates attending AOM and strongly interested in the position
are encouraged to contact the Chair of the Search Committee (*
[log in to unmask]*) or any member of our faculty at AOM to arrange an
informal conversation. *

*Maximilian Stallkamp, PhD*
Assistant Professor of International Business
Pamplin College of Business, Virginia Tech

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