Assistant Professors in Global Business Informatics, Denmark

Deadline: 2 November 2010
Open to: internationally recognized researcher experienced with teaching and curriculum development

The IT University of Copenhagen invites applicants for positions as assistant/associate professors starting in late spring 2011 or early thereafter.

The IT University is a multi-disciplinary, research-based institution with faculty drawn from computer science, the social sciences and the humanities. We provide graduate education to students in a range of areas and have just launched a bachelor’s program in Global Business Informatics.

The IT University is strengthening research and teaching in areas relating to understanding, designing and managing complex information infrastructures in business, and other organisations. We are interested in IT innovation that addresses contemporary business and organizational challenges in a global world. We appreciate inter- or multidisciplinary perspectives capable of addressing social, technical as well as informational dimensions. Global interaction is an essential theme at the IT University, and the successful candidates are expected to investigate and take part in global interactive activities in research as well as teaching.


The new assistant/associate professors will be part of a team developing and conducting a bachelor programme in Global Business Informatics, and should be prepared to teach some of the following subjects:
– Enterprise Systems and Information Management
– IT Project Management
– Organisation Studies and Process Theory
– IT-enabled Process Improvement
– IT-enabled Supply Chain Management
– IT Governance and Quality Management

The programme is taught in English.


Disciplinary or interdisciplinary backgrounds in Information Systems, Informatics and/or Organisational Studies are welcomed.
The successful candidate must document internationally recognized research and have experience with teaching and curriculum development.
All applicants must be able to:

  • conduct research at the highest international level
  • develop and conducting excellent graduate and under-graduate teaching
  • actively take part in developing the IT University and its relations with external partners
  • attract external funding for research and be capable of, and prepared to supervise Ph.D. students


1. A motivated application, including a cogent argument for how qualified you are for the position and brief statements of research and teaching plans.
2. A full CV, including name, address, phone number, e-mail, previous and present employment and academic background.
3. Documentation of academic degrees (copy of degree certificates etc.).
4. Max 5 different publications you wish the evaluation committee to consider.
5. A numbered list of publications. The enclosed publications should be marked with an asterisk (*).
6. Documentation of pedagogical experience and teaching record within one or more of the teaching areas listed for the position.

On-line application

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