Catholic University of Portugal, Department of Finance and Accounting
The School of Economics and Management invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Finance. Starting date for the position is September 1, 2012 or later. Candidates should have a strong commitment to research.
Assistant Professor of Finance
ABOUT THE SCHOOL: The School of Economics and Management of Catolica University is an innovative school in the field of economics and management, with a very close link to the business environment and with a wide network of partnerships that foster international mobility. The School is recognised both nationally and internationally for its excellence in teaching and research. Catolica University's reputation is a real asset and our graduates are recognised by the job market as having a comprehensive and solid portfolio of skills and knowledge, which enables them to aspire to successful professional and academic careers.
JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants should have a PhD (or should be about to complete a PhD) and should have published at an international level or be able to demonstrate the potential to do so in the future. Applications are encouraged from those with interests in all areas of finance. Applications for visiting and fixed-term appointments are welcome.
SALARY: Salary is negotiable and starts at 40,000 euros. The contract will include a compensation package based on publications and excellence in teaching.
FURTHER INFORMATION: You will find more information about the school and Porto at: http://www.feg.porto.ucp.pt/en/world/world-jobs
Enquiries should be directed to Professor Paulo Alves, Head of the Department of Finance and Accounting. E-mail: email@example.com
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications should include: a) Presentation letter, b) Curriculum Vitae, c) Teaching portfolio, d) List of publications, e) Description of on-going research projects, f) Two reference letters or contacts. Submission to: firstname.lastname@example.org
DEADLINE: 01/09/2012 to start in October 2012 or 31/12/2012 to start in January 2013