We will publicly display job market candidates once an issue with Github is resolved. Apologies for the inconvenience caused. https://twitter.com/githubstatus
Dear Colleagues, First of all, on the demand side of the job market, we wanted to thank you for posting several faculty positions in Operations at www.OperationsAcademia.org. On the supply side, job candidates are encouraged to create a profile at www.OperationsAcademia.org/candidates. All profiles uploaded will be made publicly available two weeks before INFORMS, i.e., on October 21st (deadline … Continue reading Jobs and Candidate profiles at www.OperationsAcademia.org
Al Roth's job market advice on a recently created Q&A forum for Economists: https://www.aeaweb.org/forum/12/what-good-get-the-attention-appealing-employer-through-joe
Operations Academia was shared among colleagues in Material Science Engineering. See also here: http://imechanica.org/node/22625
If you are a Candidate applying to academic jobs in Operations (broadly defined), you are encouraged to create your research profile in our website. By doing so, you give the opportunity for your research to be seen by a large group of academics who daily visit our platform, and discover your work, invite you for an interview, etc. … Continue reading Candidate profiles 2018-2019
The job market in Operations has now a new, modern website (as we promised recently). By design, we integrate various databases we have been building over the years such as past placements, jobs, and connect with recent hires and upcoming jobs and candidates per University, towards the "big picture". A concrete example is the interactive map … Continue reading OperationsAcademia.org re-invented!
Until now we ran OperationsAcademia.org on a good, old Google site. We optimized its capabilities to the maximum. Now, it's time to move on with a modern design optimized for any device, operating system and monitor size! We believe the new site would be fully ready by the end of the month, i.e. the date … Continue reading Exiting Google sites