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GSIM Faculty Position in Marketing area

The Graduate School of International Management (GSIM) at the International University of Japan (IUJ) seeks a tenure-track faculty in marketing area. The position is open to all ranks.

Job Details:

The appointment starts from October 2017 or earlier. A candidate must hold a Ph.D. or be at the final stage of a dissertation in marketing; demonstrate excellence in teaching and research. GSIM is committed to AACSB accreditation, and is in the midst of the process. The qualified candidate must reflect AACSB based academic credentials.
Compensation is commensurate with academic accomplishments and experience. The teaching load is three courses per academic year, all at MBA level in English. Each course lasts 10 weeks. Based on experience and interest, additional teaching opportunities are also available in the growing executive education programs. GSIM also offers research funding. The school subscribes to major databases such as LexisNexis, Compustat, Datastream, etc.

Application materials:

Interested candidates should submit an electronic copy of the following material. Applications will be considered until the position is filled.

  1.  A detailed resume or C.V. with a cover letter explaining the candidate’s interest in IUJ, how the candidate can add value as a faculty member, and a research agenda/plan for the next two to three years.
  2.  Evidence of scholarly research (publications and/or articles submitted for publication)
  3.  Teaching experience/evaluations.
  4.  Three letters of recommendation.

Contact details:

The Faculty Search Committee

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Graduate School of International Management
International University of Japan,
777 Kokusai-cho, Minami-Uonuma-shi, Niigata 949-7277, JAPAN


The Graduate School of International Management (GSIM) at IUJ was established 35 years ago with the support of top Japanese companies, including Panasonic, Komatsu, IBM-Japan, Sony, and Toyota. IUJ offers only graduate-level programs and all instruction is in English. The 170-member GSIM student body is truly international, representing over forty countries from all parts of the globe. With internationally trained faculty, excellent facilities for computing and research, and a picturesque rural campus location within 100 minutes of Tokyo by bullet train, IUJ provides a unique, attractive working environment in Japan. IUJ has recently entered an incorporated alliance partnership with Meiji University (Tokyo), one of Japan’s top private universities. More information about IUJ can be found at