ESCP Europe Business School Berlin - Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship - Frist: 30.04.2018

The following assistant professor position (Tenure track -W1- Junior professor) is open at ESCP Europe Business School Berlin, starting September 2018  or January 2019:

Assistant Professor in Information Systems for Production and Operations Management (f/m)

The entrepreneurship department of ESCPEurope and the Jean-Baptiste Say Institute for Entrepreneurship are looking for a candidate with a genuine interest and track record in entrepreneurship. Your research wraps arounde ntrepreneurial phenomena and theories (mindset, processes, pedagogy, etc.), may also involve entrepreneurial approaches to (digital) innovation, technology management and agile organizing, and has the potential to be published in international top-tier journals. You enjoy delivering quality teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, and you wish to develop your executive education skill.


For further information please contact:

Prof. Dr. René Mauer, Tel. 030/32007-203,




Candidates are expected to publish in top-quality academic journals. Teaching will take place in undergraduate,   graduate   and   postgraduate programmes, as well as in executive education. The teaching language will mostly be English. We are explicitly  looking  for  candidates  applying  new teaching methods and formats. A willingness to work with colleagues from our network of ESCP Europe campuses in London, Madrid, Paris, Torino, and Warsaw is appreciated. Furthermore, candidates should demonstrate skills in developing and expanding relationships with companies  and  professional  organisations,  and extend the reputation of ESCP Europe Business School Berlin and its programmes. ESCP Europe Business School Berlin is a state-accredited,   research-based   business   school (wissenschaftliche Hochschule). Therefore, §102a BerlHG (Berliner Hochschulgesetz) applies in the case of assistant (junior) professors. Tenure can be offered  for  assistant  professors  after  positive interim and final evaluations. Even if an outstanding doctoral dissertation is required for the application, we will also consider candidates who are in the final stage of their doctoral thesis.


Application should include:

  1. a cover letter,
  2. a curriculum vitae, including diplomas and transcripts of records (starting with A-levels),
  3. a list of publications,
  4. a  statement  of  teaching  and research interests and
  5. teaching evaluations from the past two years (if applicable).


Please submit your application by April 30, 2018, in electronic form as one PDF file addressed to the mentioned contact person as well as to

If you would like to send papers or any additional material in print, please note that documents cannot be returned.