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Faculty in Cross Cultural Communications/Negotiations


Thunderbird School of Global Management

Glendale, Arizona

Tenured or Tenure Track Assistant or Associate Professor of Cross Cultural Communications/Negotiations

Thunderbird School of Global Management invites applications for an advanced assistant or associate professor of Cross Cultural Communications/Negotiations to begin Fall, 2014, or later.

Job Description:  The individual filling this position will deliver courses in cross cultural communications, cross cultural negotiations, and cross cultural management.  The faculty member selected for this position will be expected to teach courses at the graduate level, which may also include executive education, and to conduct research publishable in top journals.

Job Qualifications:  The School is seeking individuals who have experience working with a diverse student body in graduate and executive level programs, degree and non-degree, and who have an interest in working with a variety of teaching and curricular methods, including online education and overseas module delivery.  Requirements include a Ph.D. in Cross Cultural Management, Comparative Management, Cross Cultural Communications, Cross Cultural Psychology, International Management, Organizational Psychology, Political Science, Political Psychology, or International Dispute Resolution, from an accredited institution, and a strong demonstrated commitment to teaching and research in international business.  Preference will be given to individuals currently serving at the experienced assistant or associate professor level with an established record of publishing in top journals and a strong teaching record.

About the School:  Thunderbird School of Global Management is a private not-for-profit AACSB accredited graduate business school whose main campus is located in Glendale, Arizona.  Founded in 1947, Thunderbird is consistently ranked #1 in global business education by a variety of graduate level ranking periodicals.  For more information about the School, visit our website at

Application Procedure:  A complete application will include the following: a curriculum vita, a letter of application, research samples, and evidence of teaching effectiveness, in a PDF document.  Complete applications should be sent to Dr. Mansour Javidan, or with the candidate name in the subject line of the email.

Thunderbird is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.  Women, minority candidates, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.  Thunderbird reserves the right to fill or not to fill these positions.