The University of Warwick, Warwick Business School
Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor
You are invited to apply for faculty positions in Finance at any level: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor. You should have proven research potential and an interest in teaching to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. We welcome applications from across all the major fields in finance, including corporate finance, asset pricing, international finance and banking.
Warwick Business School is one of the foremost research-led departments of its kind in the UK. It was the first of an elite global group to be endorsed by all three international business school accreditation bodies: AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB. In the recent 2008 Research Assessment Exercise it submitted research output from over 130 staff. 75% of this work was recognised as being internationally excellent and rated as 3* and above. This resulted in an average ranking of 2.95 placing WBS joint 5th in the UK. The WBS Doctoral Programme is regularly rated in the top 5 in Europe by the Financial Times. The Warwick MBA by distance learning is rated first in the UK by The Economist. In 2012, the Financial Times ranks our MSc in Finance 2nd in the UK, retaining its position as the UK's top pure finance programme.
Underpinned by the breadth, depth and quality of its research, WBS offers a wide range of business and management degrees from undergraduate through postgraduate and post-experience to its doctoral programme. It also offers a range of accredited courses and customised programmes.
You will be capable of contributing to the School's aims of maintaining and further improving its research and teaching, with evidence of the potential to publish research of international excellence.
You will be an experienced teacher of Finance and will need to have a strong record of published research in the subject. You will be expected to provide research leadership in an area that develops or builds upon the group's main interests and to provide effective teaching across a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
You will be an experienced teacher of Finance and will need to have a strong record of published research in the subject together with a proven track record of seeking research funding. You will be expected to provide research leadership in an area that develops or builds upon the group's main interests and to provide effective teaching across a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
For further details and an application form please visit our website below. Minicom users: 024 7615 0554.
Closing date: 30 November 2012.