Georgetown University welcomes scholars to consider joining the faculty of the globally ranked McDonough School of Business. Georgetown draws outstanding teachers, advanced management professionals, and researchers wishing to continue their intellectual pursuits and impart their lifetime of learning and experience to the next generation of business leaders. Academics and professionals from diverse and international backgrounds are especially encouraged to explore fulfilling employment options at Georgetown.

Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Decision and Risk Analysis

The Operations and Information Management area at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, subject to budgetary approval, invites applications for a one-year post-doctoral fellowship in Decision and Risk Analysis. This opportunity aims to encourage early-career scholars to pursue research on prescriptive decision making and provide opportunities for collaboration. The postdoc will primarily be expected to collaborate with faculty in the Operations and Information Management area.

The position is expected to begin in August 2019. In addition to salary and benefits, postdocs will be provided a budget for research/conference-related travel and expenses. During the fellowship, the fellow is expected to be in residence, work with faculty on research projects, and participate in research seminars.  More information about the Operations and Information Management area at McDonough is available at Please direct any questions or inquiries to Canan Ulu (

Candidates with research interests in game theoretic modeling, sequential decision making, stochastic processes or utility theory are particularly encouraged to apply. While there are some well-defined projects under consideration by the faculty, there is flexibility to develop/explore other interesting research questions related to decision and risk analysis. Applicants must hold a PhD in a related discipline such as Business Administration, Operations Research, Economics, Industrial and Systems Engineering, or Applied Mathematics.

All applications should be submitted electronically by Interfolio at  Interested applicants should provide a cover letter with a description of background and interest, a curriculum vitae, published and working papers, three letters of recommendation, and a research statement (if available).

Applications will be reviewed beginning on July 1st. Later applications will be considered if the position is not filled.


Tenure-Track Marketing Faculty

Georgetown McDonough invites applications for a tenure-track marketing faculty position, starting in Fall 2020. Rank is at the assistant level. Advanced assistants are welcome to apply.   

We are seeking candidates who examine practically relevant issues in their research using the consumer as the unit of analysis, regardless of their methodological orientation (e.g., experimental, modeling) or core discipline (e.g., psychology, economics, statistics).    

The McDonough School of Business is committed to and promotes a strong research culture. We seek applicants who are dedicated to publishing their research in A-level journals, teaching excellence, and contributing to the future growth of the school. Necessary support for doing such research and for professional development will be provided. Salary and benefits will be competitive with the leading business schools. The school has a fully functional behavioral lab managed by a full-time Behavioral Research Manager.

The Marketing Area currently is composed of 12 tenure-track faculty: Sean Blair, Simon Blanchard, Michael Czinkota, Tatiana Dyachenko, Ronald Goodstein, Rebecca Hamilton, Prashant Malaviya, Michael O’Donnell, Neeru Paharia, Robert Thomas, Debora Thompson, and Luc Wathieu (see  

Application materials (cover letter, CV, papers, and two recommendation letters) should be submitted to Applicants should possess a Ph.D. or ABD in marketing or related disciplines. For best consideration, please submit materials by July 15, 2019; applications will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled. For questions, contact Rebecca Hamilton. Interviews will be held in person at the Summer AMA Conference in Chicago.

Tenure-Track/Tenured Strategy, Economics, Ethics, and Public Policy Faculty

Georgetown McDonough anticipates hiring at least one tenure-track or tenured faculty member in the Strategy, Economics, Ethics, and Public Policy Area for academic year 2019-2020. The area is interested in research-oriented faculty at all levels – assistant, associate, and full professor – and is especially interested in candidates with research interests in strategic management and/or organizational theory.

The Strategy, Economics, Ethics, and Public Policy Area includes individuals whose primary research and teaching interests lie in economics, international business, international political economy, organizational theory, and strategy. The area is collegial and multi-disciplinary, with several members crossing intellectual boundaries in research and teaching. The area’s research faculty includes Jasmina Chauvin, Brad Jensen, Lizhi Liu, Jeffrey Macher, John Mayo, Nathan Miller, Ferdinando Monte, Stanley Nollen, Dennis Quinn, Chris Rider, Katalin Springel, and Stephen Weymouth.

Application materials should be sent to by November 1, 2018, although applications sent thereafter will be considered until the positions are filled.

Junior faculty applicants should submit:
1) a curriculum vita;
2) a dissertation proposal (if Ph.D. candidate or recent graduate);
3) up to two articles/working papers;
4) teaching evaluations; and
5) up to three letters of recommendation.

Senior faculty applicants should submit a curriculum vita. 

(All inquiries will be held in confidence until a time mutually agreed upon.) Ideal applicants are those who conduct (or have the potential for) high-quality research and demonstrate (or have the potential for) effective teaching acumen.


Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, marital status, veteran status, disability or other categories protected by law.