The University of Texas at Dallas is seeking an open-rank, non-tenure track professor to support continued growth in the undergraduate program in Human Resource Management (BS-HRM). The successful candidate will be expected to develop and teach courses in Introduction to Human Resources and two or more core or elective courses (e.g., Talent Acquisition, Compensation/Benefits, Training and Development, Performance Management, Labor Relations, etc.). Additionally, our faculty are expected to provide mentoring and leadership to students and student organizations (e.g., SHRM) and to represent the university and degree program at various events (e.g., student recruiting open houses). Preference will be given to candidates who have developed, through research, publication, presentation, and practice, a deep expertise in several areas of human resource management.
Master's degree in Human Resource Management, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, or related field required, PhD preferred. Ten years of progressive experience as an HR practitioner required. Publications and presentations (e.g., at conferences) within the field preferred. Demonstrated expertise in one or more HR functions (e.g., Compensation & Benefits, Talent Acquisition, Training & Development, Labor Relations, etc.) required.
About UT Dallas
The University of Texas at Dallas, a public research university with its main campus in Richardson, Texas, is part of the University of Texas System. The university has been characterized by rapid growth in research output and its competitive undergraduate admissions policies since its inception. Less than 47 years after its founding, the Carnegie Foundation had classified the university as a doctoral research university with "Highest Research Activity"—faster than any other school in Texas. Today the university offers more than 140 academic programs across eight schools and hosts more than 50 research centers and institutes.