Faculty Openings

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Open positions:

The MIT Sloan School of Management is seeking candidates for a full-time Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in the field of Managerial Communications. A Master’s degree in a relevant field for Managerial Communication is required by the start of employment; Ph.D. is strongly preferred, but candidates with a Master’s degree in a relevant discipline and with teaching experience will be considered. The successful candidate will teach two sections of 15.280, Communication for Leaders, in the Core curriculum for first-year MBA students during the fall semester and will teach one section of 15.281, Advanced Leadership Communication, and one elective course to be developed on a topic such as Social Media in Business during the spring semester.  15.281 and the new elective will be available to MBAs, Sloan Fellows, and students in other MIT Sloan programs.

Please submit applications electronically at: https://sloanfacultysearches.mit.edu/managerialcommunications providing a cover letter describing teaching goals and experiences and a CV.  Applicants should arrange for two letters of recommendation to be submitted via this link.  Applications and letters of recommendation should be submitted by December 15, 2013. MIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a culturally diverse intellectual community and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities.

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