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Assistant Professor (f/m/d) in the Area of Product Innovation
EBS Business School
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR f/m/d (TENURE TRACK) IN THE AREA OF PRODUCT INNOVATION
"EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht" is a private, state-recognized university with campuses in Oestrich-Winkel and Wiesbaden, Germany. Currently,
EBS hosts 2,200 students and doctoral candidates at its three schools: EBS Business School, EBS Law School and EBS Executive School. EBS' more than 300
employees aim to develop responsible and conscientious decision makers and support students in their personal development. EBS nurtures excellence in
research and teaching, has a strong stakeholder network and emphasizes its international focus. Through professional training programs EBS aims to provide
lifelong learning for students, executives and management specialists.
We belong to the SRH group, a leading private provider of educational and health care services with more than 14,500 employees. SRH runs private universities,
vocational training centers, schools and hospitals all over Germany.
The Strascheg Institute for Innovation, Transformation & Entrepreneurship (SITE) at EBS Business School focuses on innovation, transformation, and entrepreneurship
as the driving forces behind a high-performing and fast-growing economy. Its activities are geared towards embedding the knowledge gained in these fields in the three
pillars research, teaching, and professional education. Under the leadership of Professor Dr. Ronald Gleich, a team of ten professors and four directors at the SITE are
responsible for the education of undergraduate and graduate students, the training of professionals, and various research endeavours.
At EBS Business School, the Strascheg Institute for Innovation, Transformation and Entrepreneurship (SITE) seeks to appoint a new faculty member in the position of
Assistant Professor f/m/d (tenure track) of Product Innovation.
Conducting high-quality research on product innovations
Teaching and tutoring students at Bachelor's and Master's level
Collaborating with industry partners
Practice-oriented knowledge transfer and dissemination of research-based insights, including the ability to design and conduct executive education
Supporting the acquisition of external funding
Doctoral degree from an internationally known university or business school
A record of or potential for high-quality research, ideally proven by R&Rs or first publications in ranked journals or conference proceedings
Research expertise preferably in one or more of the following areas: early stages of product development, product management, digital innovations, management of IoT, management of mechatronic product families, data analytics, complex software systems, and AI
First experiences in teaching and/or supervision of students
German language skills or the willingness to learn German are beneficial
We offer you a dynamic, international and team-oriented working environment in intensive dialogue with academic colleagues and our business partners.
Successful candidates will be invited to our business school campus in the Rheingau region - also referred to colloquially as the greater Frankfurt area, Germany.
For further information, please contact:
Dr. Katrin Burmeister-Lamp, Professor, Phone +49 611 7102-1347
Please forward your cover letter, CV, samples of published research and/or working papers, evidence of teaching excellence and (if available) an overview of acquired
funding. In addition, we ask you to provide brief position statements on your research and teaching objectives as well as the names / contact details of two referees.
Application deadline is 15th of September 2019 but we will continue searching until the position is filled.
Please send your application documents
online, stating the index number 4219-12.