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Clinical Assistant Professor (Supply Chain Management)

An application concerning the employment of one or more alien workers for the following permanent position will be filed with the Department of Labor (for non-schedule A positions) or with the Department of Homeland Security (for Schedule A positions).

Employer:  The University of Tennessee at Knoxville

Job Title: Clinical Assistant Professor (Supply Chain Management)

Job Duties: Develop coursework and teach supply chain management courses within our online Master of Science in Supply Chain Management program; interface with an external online program management firm; and work closely with other faculty in support of program development. May also teach within the Haslam College of Business Executive, Non-Degree and/or Supply Chain undergraduate or graduate degree programs as determined by annual needs. Depending on qualification, may also assume program director responsibilities for the Executive MBA for Global Supply Chain and/or serve as a leader in our industry-focused research portfolio.

Job Requirements: PhD in Supply Chain Management, Sourcing / Supply Management, or related field from accredited institution plus 10 years of progressively responsible experience within a business or relevant higher education context. Also requires Qualification and experience to be appointed as an Assistant / Associate / Full Clinical Professor; Demonstrated record of high-quality and innovative teaching; Substantial familiarity with industry; Occasional travel to conferences; and ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the diversity and intercultural goals of the University. Preferences: Experience with institutions recognized for their expertise in SCM; Knowledge of both the operational and strategic importance of supply chain in both research and applied settings; experience teaching multiple subjects within SCM; experience with online delivery; demonstrated ability to engage, inform, motivate and develop teams; Demonstrated ability to build connections with students and external university partners; understanding of business school research and programming; experience in developing curricula; and ability to work in a team-based, client-centered, fast-paced and innovative setting. 

The employer will pay or exceed the prevailing wage determined by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Location of Employment: UTK, 916 Volunteer Blvd, SMC #329, Knoxville, TN 37996.

Direct questions to: Dr. Chad Autry, Department Head, Department of Supply Chain Management (

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