Lecturer in Undergraduate Management Courses
The Graduate School of Management at the University of California, Davis, seeks temporary instructors to teach one or more undergraduate management courses for academic year 2016–17. Course curricula may include Marketing for the Technology-based Enterprise, Financing New Business Ventures, Managing Costs and Quality, Supply Chain Planning and Management. Descriptions and tentative scheduling details are listed below.
Marketing for the Technology-based Enterprise (140): Quantitative analysis of needs in a product (technology-based) economy, with emphasis on how scientists, engineers, and business people interact to develop and market products and services. This course is tentatively scheduled for summer 2016.
Financing New Business Ventures (160): Concepts/methods used to structure and finance new business ventures. Topics include evaluating the net social (financial) benefit of new investment projects; raising venture capital; the role of the venture capitalist; and the choice of organizational structure in new ventures. This course is tentatively scheduled for summer 2016.
Managing Costs and Quality (170): Designing cost systems in high technology organizations and managing operations to maximize quality and minimize costs. Topics include activity based costing and management, managing quality and time to create value, ethical issues in cost assignment and differential costing for decision. This course is tentatively scheduled for summer 2016.
Supply Chain Planning and Management (180): Course develops key concepts and relationships between supply chain design and business models and strategies. Much of the focus is on quantitative techniques for analysis and management of the production and delivery of goods and services by an organization. This course is tentatively scheduled for summer 2016.
Positions are contingent on funding and pending administrative approval. Salary is based on ability and experience. Applicants should have a terminal degree. Potential candidates should submit their application online only. Please submit a vitae, evidence of teaching ability and contact information for three references. Applications are accepted on a continuous basis for future temporary openings, so the position will remain open until filled. Only completed files will be reviewed.
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The Graduate School of Management is interested in candidates who are committed to the highest standards of scholarship and professional activities, and to the development of a campus that supports equality and diversity. The University of California is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. This position is covered by a collective bargaining unit. UC Davis is a smoke- and tobacco-free campus.
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