Looking for a faculty position in a business discipline?

Do you belong to an underrepresented population of color?

Want your CV to automatically go to NINE business schools?

Think Massachusetts Business School Collaborative!

ABOUT US

Welcome!

Massachusetts has a well-deserved reputation for academic excellence and innovation. The Massachusetts Business School Collaborative is a group of nine business and management schools that have joined forces to recruit underrepresented faculty of color to the nation’s most dynamic academic region. Since 2010, these schools that normally compete for new faculty have come together to make their faculties more inclusive, connected, and culturally competent. The member schools, a collaborative within the Commonwealth Compact, also combine efforts to create a supportive and stimulating environment that values new faculty and encourages them to build their careers here in Massachusetts.

OUR MISSION

MassBSC members believe that excellence and diversity are synonymous.

Given that excellence and diversity are synonymous as key contributors to the success of our democratic society and global economies, we, the members of the MA Business School Collaborative, will work collaboratively to make our faculties more inclusive and culturally competent. Our joint efforts add value beyond our continued individual efforts by sharing information and pursuing strategies we can achieve together that we cannot do alone, especially increasing the representation of faculty from underserved populations of color.

MEMBER SCHOOLS

There are nine member schools of the Collaborative.

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HOW IT WORKS

Upload your CV once, and it will be sent to nine member schools

Expressing interest in a faculty position through MassBSC will ensure that your CV will land on multiple desks at multiple schools. Here is how the process works:

  • Interested candidates submit their materials to MassBSC
  • MassBSC circulates the materials to all nine member schools
  • Individual schools contact and interview candidates for available faculty positions at their respective schools
  • MassBSC forwards the materials from candidates who do not meet current staffing needs at Collaborative schools to the larger pool of institutions (25+) that belong to the Commonwealth Compact Higher Education Collaborative.
As an added benefit, when a MassBSC school is ready to make an offer to a candidate, and the spouse/partner is also seeking a local position, the other MassBSC schools will actively consider the spouse/partner for a position on their campuses.

JOIN US

Interested in uploading your CV to the Collaborative?

MassBSC is tasked with increasing the number of business school faculty in the state from underrepresented populations of color. Expressing interest in a faculty position through the MassBSC will assure that your CV will land on multiple desks.

RESOURCES

If you are a faculty member or doctoral candidate of an underreprested population of color, we encourage you to submit your materials. Please review the following resources before uploading your information to the Collaborative.

Expressing interest in a faculty position through MassBSC will ensure that your CV will land on multiple desks at multiple schools. Here is how the process works:

CV Information

A curriculum vitae (CV) is a document that outlines your entire academic history. It is the academic equivalent of a resume. Your CV should include contact information, education, research experience, teaching experience (if applicable), publications, and presentations. You may also want to list awards, professional affiliations, and community or university service. Ask your advisor or a mentor in your field for a copy of his/her CV as an example. You should also visit your institution’s writing center for help with content, style, and format. Before you upload your CV, please review it carefully!

Helpful CV Resources

Cover Letter Information

A cover letter is your chance to make a strong impression as a researcher and teacher. It should present your qualifications in an academic context, and should detail your accomplishments during graduate school including teaching and research. Again, visit your institution’s writing center for help with content, style, and format. Before you upload your cover letter, please review it carefully!

Helpful Cover Letter Resources

Materials all ready?

Upload them to the Collaborative.
As an added benefit, when a MassBSC school is ready to make an offer to a candidate, and the spouse/partner is also seeking a local position, the other MassBSC schools will actively consider the spouse/partner for a position on their campuses.

CURRENTLY AVAILABLE POSITIONS

View some of the open faculty positions at the Collaborative schools

Babson College
Bentley University
Boston University
Bridgewater State University
Northeastern University
Salem State University
Simmons College
Umass Boston
UMass Lowell

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Job Description Summary: The Division of Accounting & Law at Babson College invites applicants for an adjunct faculty position in the area of federal taxation to start in the Summer 2017 semester. Adjunct tax faculty will usually teach the graduate strategic business & tax planning course and/or the undergraduate federal tax course. A successful applicant must have a JD from an accredited university. A graduate degree in taxation is preferred.

Applicants with relevant teaching and practical experience in taxation, a working knowledge of accounting, professional licensure and proficiency using WestlawNext and/or the Tax Analysts research databases will be given preference.

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