Position: Research-track Assistant/Associate Professor or Postdoctoral Fellow in Supply Chain Optimization and Visualization

Vacancy: 1

Job Reference No.: NISCI 12

Salary and Benefits: Negotiable (incl. attractive governmental subsidy)

Closing Date: Open till Filled

Start Date: Negotiable

 

Qualifications:

Essential

             A PhD in logistics, management sciences, operations research, business analytics, information systems, supply chain management, engineering, or a related discipline.

             In-depth knowledge and proven skills of applied research in optimization methods, including heuristics, iterative methods, algorithms, and machine learning.

             For consideration at the level of Research-track Assistant/Associate Professor, candidates must have published in international journals and lead/participated in the acquisition of external funding.

 

Desirable

             Familiarity with analytical methods in supply chain network design (e.g., develop algorithms, heuristics, and analytics)

             Familiarity with data visualization (using Python, JavaScript, Tableau, etc.)

             Teaching experience in database, optimization, or machine learning

             Experience with practice-oriented projects funded by industry partners

 

Main Duty and Responsibilities:

             Conduct guided and independent research on supply chain optimization and visualization (incl. collaboration with researchers in MIT Global SCALE Network)

             Publish in international journals

             Write research proposals

             Meet with project sponsors

             Support outreach activities

             Teach short courses

             Any other (incl. administrative) duties that may reasonably be assigned by the supervising faculty member.

 

How to Apply:

To apply for the research positions, please prepare and submit the following documents:

1.          A cover letter explaining interests in this position and relevant experiences

2.          A statement of research

3.          A detailed curriculum vitae emphasizing research and teaching capability along with industry experience,

4.          Published and working papers in English

5.          Contact information for references (with names and email addresses)

 

Please be sure to identify the position in which you are interested and your earliest potential start date.

 

Electronic submission is highly encouraged. Please send your package to:

 

Ningbo China Institute for Supply Chain Innovation

MIT Global Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence Network

Email: HR@nisci.edu.cn

 

The review of applications and nominations is underway and will continue until the positions are filled.  All positions command a competitive salary commensurate with qualifications.  Starting dates are negotiable.

 

MIT Global SCALE centers offer a culturally diverse teaching and research environment and provide equal opportunity for all applicants. Applications from women and minorities are encouraged.