The University of Manchester, Manchester Business School
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Public Economics (Ref: HUM-01180)

Manchester Business School is looking to make a faculty appointment at the Lecturer or Senior Lecturer rank in the area of public economics, with emphasis on infrastructure finance, intergovernmental fiscal policy, regulation and/or economic development finance. Salary is British Pound 32,901 - 55,908 per annum.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: The successful applicant for appointment as a Senior Lecturer (associate professor) will have an outstanding record of research, research supervision, and teaching in a relevant area of applied economics.

For an appointment at the Lecturer (assistant professor) level, tangible evidence of emerging outstanding research and teaching is required.

JOB DESCRIPTION: It is expected the appointee will contribute to the interdisciplinary research of the Centre for Infrastructure Development. Additional collaborative opportunities exist across the business school and university, including with the Department of Economics. Ability to offer high-quality teaching is expected, with opportunities at the BSc, MSc, MBA, PhD and executive education levels. An attractive salary and support package will be constructed for the right applicant.

FURTHER INFORMATION: Informal enquiries may be made to Nuno Gil, Professor of New Infrastructure Development, Academic Director of the Centre for Infrastructure Development, email nuno.gil@mbs.ac.uk, or Edward Feser, Eddie Davies Professor and Head, Division of Innovation, Management and Policy, email ed.feser@mbs.ac.uk

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications should be made online at: http://www.manchester.ac.uk/jobs. If you are unable to apply online please request an application form by emailing hrrecruitment@manchester.ac.uk or calling 0161 275 8838 quoting the reference number. Review of applications will begin on 25 June 2012 and will continue until the position is filled.

The University of Manchester values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.



Posted 5/25/12