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Tenure Track Position at MIT Sloan in Operations Research and Statistics

  • 1.  Tenure Track Position at MIT Sloan in Operations Research and Statistics

    Posted 10-19-2021 17:40

    The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management at 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA invites applications for Tenure-Track Assistant Professor positions in Operations Research and Statistics (OR/Stat) beginning July 1, 2022, or as soon thereafter as possible. Strong applicants will demonstrate the potential for research and teaching excellence in any of the sub-fields of Data Science, Optimization, Statistics, Analytics, and/or Operations Research broadly construed. We are especially interested in candidates who can build a strong methodological research base, contribute to application areas of high impact, and be a successful teacher in our undergraduate, MBA, MBAnalytics, and/or PhD programs. Duties will include teaching undergraduate and graduate level courses. The MIT Sloan School of Management offers supportive mentorship to new faculty, an exceptional environment for scientific inquiry, and a strong commitment to an inclusive, welcoming culture. Applications from women and under-represented minorities are strongly encouraged and will be given high consideration.


    Applicants should possess or be close to completion of a PhD in Operations Research, Statistics, Industrial Engineering, or a related relevant field by the start of employment.  Applications must include an up-to-date curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, a personal statement describing research experience and aspirations, and a personal

    statement describing teaching aspirations and any teaching experience.


    Applications should be submitted in full by 11/1/2021


    Applications can be submitted through this link:


    MIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a culturally diverse intellectual community, and strongly encourages applications from women and underrepresented minorities.

    David Gamarnik
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Cambridge MA