Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland
The Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki, Finland invites applications for a Visiting Professor of Finance. Start date for the position is September 1, 2012 or later. The contract period can vary from 6 months to two years, depending on the applicant's preferences.
Visiting Professor of Finance
JOB DESCRIPTION: The visiting professor has moderate teaching responsibilities (1-2 courses per year), which can be tailored in accordance with the skills of the successful applicant. As a visiting professor you will be responsible for:
- Conducting research that meets high international levels, publishing your research in scholarly outlets and communicating the results of your work to the business community and society at large.
- Contributing to the research efforts and the development of new research capabilities of the department. Contributing successfully to the competence development of students by providing research based teaching and supervision.
- Contributing to the development of the teaching capabilities of the department.
JOB QUALIFICATIONS: The applicant must have earned his/her doctoral degree in financial economics. Specialization in either corporate finance or asset pricing is desired, and a strong research potential is required.
Applicants who have earned their doctoral degree from an AACSB accredited school are valued. We also look forward to applications from female applicants.
FURTHER INFORMATION: The visiting professorship salary is between 55-85.000 euro/year depending upon merits and performance.
You will find more information about the subject Finance and the department at: http://www.hanken.fi/public/en/finance_finance
Enquiries may be directed to Professor Anders Loflund, Head of the Department of Finance, +358 40 3521351, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications, including a CV and teaching portfolio, a list of publications, description of on-going research projects, 2-3 letters of reference and other relevant documents should be submitted to:
Hanken's Registrar Helen Malmsten
P.O. Box 479
FI-00101 Helsinki, Finland
or by email email@example.com, by the latest on August 15, 2012.