FULL-TIME ASSISTANT, ASSOCIATE, OR FULL PROFESSOR POSITIONS IN MARKETING
University of Chile's Industrial Engineering Department - Marketing Area
Location: Santiago, Chile
Type: Full Time
Academic / College and University
Internal Number: 202112
The University of Chile’s Industrial Engineering department invites highly qualified applicants for a full-time position in Marketing at the assistant, associate, or full professor ranks.
Our industrial engineering department is very unique as it has a strong focus on marketing, decision making, economics, data science and operations management. Marketing and management science researchers in our department graduated from top Ph.D. programs such as U. of Pennsylvania, Carnegie Mellon U., U.C. Berkeley, Columbia U. and M.I.T. and in recent years have published articles in top journals for marketing scholars such as Marketing Science, Journal of Marketing Research, Management Science and Quantitative Marketing and Economics. For more information about our group please visit: www.dii.uchile.cl/marketing
Our university is ranked first in Chile in the 2020 Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities. Our faculty are ranked first in Latin America in terms of research productivity in marketing and operations management (America Economia MBA rankings). The department also has a doctoral program which attracts talented students from Chile and abroad.
The successful candidate will be a member of the most important management science/marketing group in Chile. Our department provides a high-quality research environment with a low teaching load of 2.5 courses per year and good access to companies and the public sector for projects with both scientific and applied impact. The salary will be commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications.
Conduct research in marketing and teach undergraduate and graduate courses (proficiency in Spanish is not required).
APPLICATIONS INCLUDING C.V., LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION, RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS AND/OR WORK IN PROGRESS SHOULD BE SENT TO: Andres Musalem ([email protected]) and Carlos Noton ([email protected]dii.uchile.cl).
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled. Candidates will be interviewed via Zoom. Deserving candidates will be invited to give a research seminar via zoom.
The University of Chile is located in Santiago, the capital and largest city of Chile, which is considered as one of the two most livable cities in Latin America (The Economist, 2018). Chile has a population of 18 million inhabitants, ranks #2nd in South America in terms of GDP per capita. Santiago is 90 minutes away by car from both the Pacific Ocean and the Andes Mountains. More information about Chile can be found at:
Candidates should have or be on track to obtain a Doctoral degree in Marketing, or related fields such as, but not limited to Operations Management, Computer Science, Information Systems, Economics, Statistics. Applicants are expected to have a demonstrated potential for, or history of, outstanding research aiming to publish their research at top marketing and management science journals.
About University of Chile's Industrial Engineering Department - Marketing Area
The Marketing group within the U. of Chile's Industrial Engineering Department is comprised of scholars who graduated from top doctoral programs in the U.S. and who have published in the most prestigious marketing journals in recent years including Marketing Science, Journal of Marketing Research, Management Science and Quantitative Marketing and Economics.
Because our faculty are affiliated to the University of Chile’s Industrial Engineering Department, we regularly interact with scholars from other relevant disciplines such as operations management, data science and industrial organization.
Our group has close ties with Chilean companies and the public sector, which provides opportunities for our faculty to lead research projects with both scientific and applied impact. One of the leading areas of application is retailing, analyzing issues related to pricing, promotional campaigns, customer service, omnichannel retailing, product design and customer relationship management. Our group is also interested in the implications of marketing for consumer welfare in financial decision-making, nutritional choices, and sustainable consumption.
Recently, our faculty have been invol...ved in a number of projects related to COVID19, such as estimating the effectiveness of lockdown policies, forecasting ICU occupation, pool testing and making recommendations for planning election processes and changing transportation demand.
Finally, prior to the COVID19 pandemic, we hosted several international research workshops (sponsored by ISCI) which attract top scholars in marketing and operations management from the US, Europe and South America. Please visit the Workshops tab to learn more about these events and the Faculty tab to learn more about our researchers.