University of Oxford, Department of Economics
University Lecturership in Financial Economics

Grade 36S: 42,883 to 57,581 per annum Plus allowances

The Department of Economics in partnership with the Oxford-Man Institute seeks to make an appointment at University Lecturer level from 1 October 2013: University Lecturership in Financial Economics, associated with a non-stipendiary fellowship at Linacre College.

JOB DESCRIPTION: The role will involve undertaking independent research, together with taking on teaching and supervision responsibilities for the Department of Economics. The post of University Lecturer is the main career grade for academic faculty at Oxford and is equivalent to an American associate professorship. The title of Professor may be awarded through the regular 'recognition of distinction' exercise conducted by the University.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: The Department invites applications from candidates in any field of Financial Economics, including significant contributions to the core areas of the field (e.g. asset pricing, risk management, corporate finance). Candidates should have a record of peer-reviewed publication commensurate with academic experience, and be capable of providing graduate supervision.

The Department offers an exciting research and teaching environment, and an attractive financial package to the successful applicants.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Closing date for applications is 20th December 2012. A first round of interviews will be held in January 2013. Should you be invited to attend an interview in Oxford we shall contact you at the earliest opportunity. Before applying, please read the further particulars for the role available on our website

Candidates must submit applications on-line via

Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford.

Representatives of the Department will be attending the American Economic Association Winter Meeting in San Diego in January 2013 and are willing to meet with individuals who are interested in Economics at Oxford.

Posted 11/25/12