Tsinghua University, PBC School of Finance
The PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University invites nominations and applications for the position of Associate Dean, which is a unique and exceptional leadership opportunity.
ABOUT THE SCHOOL: The predecessor of the PBC School of Finance was the Graduated School of the People's Bank of China established in 1981 by the People's Bank of China. The Graduate School was famous for its well-respected reputation, highly-qualified graduates and active interactions with the financial industry sectors.
Approved by the Ministry of Education, the collaboration between the People's Bank of China and the leading Chinese University, Tsinghua University, established the PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University on the 29th of March, 2012.
Inheriting the glory of the Graduate School and utilizing the strong education foundation of Tsinghua University, the PBC School of Finance is committed to build itself into a world-class financial institute, cultivating professional talents for financial sectors and providing policy advice for the government. The school, therefore, calls for significant growth in the number of high-quality faculty members and especially an Associate Dean who will provide leadership and vision required to fulfill the compelling missions of the school.
- With a Ph.D. in finance or economics, the successful candidate will have demonstrated his/her ability to produce high quality research.
- Candidates will be e xpected to have a track record of publications in top 10 academic journals.
- As an educational institute, the school also values management ability as an essential component. Successful candidates will be expected to have work experience at the senior management level in a business school, an international financial organization, or a well-respected financial institution.
SALARIES: The school offers competitive salaries with benefit packages attached.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: All applicants are required to electronically submit the following supporting documents (pdf) via E-mail: cover letter; a copy of curriculum vita; up to five representative publications; and three confidential reference letters.
In addition to the confidential reference letters, the referees should email their reference letters (pdf) directly to the PBC School of Finance. The original reference on headed notepaper may be requested at a later stage of the application process. The school will inform the applicants when such situation arises. Applicants are advised to use his/her referees' academic (university) email addresses wherever possible.