Assistant Professorship of Strategy or
Human Resources Management (tenure-track)
at Kühne Logistics University
Kühne Logistics University (KLU) is inviting applications for an Assistant Professor of Strategy or Human Resources Management (tenure-track)
starting September 2018.
We are interested in recruiting a scholar who is committed to excellent teaching and research alike. As such, we expect outstanding (potential)
contributions to international scholarship as well as inspiring teaching within KLU’s undergraduate and master’s programs. We welcome applications
from candidates from varied research orientations/sub-fields within the field of Strategy and Human Resources Management. In terms of research
themes/expertise, we especially encourage applications from candidates with orientation towards the university’s key competence areas of Digital
Transformation, Creating Value or Sustainability. Candidates should have completed their PhD by the time of the appointment.
Located in the heart of Hamburg, one of Europe’s most livable cities, KLU is a fast-growing international university that offers a vibrant research
environment and provides all the opportunities of an agile private business school. Our faculty are dedicated teachers and leading scholars who
regularly publish their work in top journals. Detailed information on teaching and research at KLU can be found on our website:
KLU offers internationally competitive packages including attractive salaries, reasonable teaching load, annual research budget, and administrative support.
In addition, KLU will contribute to an approved superannuation scheme.
Applicants are invited to send their application including curriculum vitae, publication list, teaching portfolio (i.e., teaching experience and philosophy,
possible student feedback), research statement (i.e., description of research and publication projects in progress), and up to three (published or unpublished)
papers to: email@example.com
Please send the documents by September 15, 2017.
KLU is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse faculty, staff, and student body and welcomes all applicants. German language skills are not required at KLU.
For inquiries regarding the position, please contact Professor Jan Becker, Dean of Research, phone: +49 40 328 707 221, eMail:
Hamburg, July 2017