London Business School
Assistant Professor of Finance
London Business School has junior and senior positions available in the Finance department, starting in the autumn of 2018. All fields within finance will be considered.
JOB QUALIFICATIONS: London Business School places strong emphasis on both research and teaching quality. Faculty are expected to publish articles in leading academic journals. The annual teaching load is comparable with top US schools, with a reduced load for new junior faculty in their first and second years.
CAREER PROGRESSION: All junior positions are tenure track. Decisions about contract renewal and promotion are based on individual performance. London Business School salaries are competitive with those at top US business schools.
ABOUT THE SCHOOL: London Business School has a large and active Finance department with over 20 members of faculty: Simcha Barkai, Suleyman Basak, Joao Cocco, Ian Cooper, Francesca Cornelli, James Dow, Alex Edmans, Julian Franks, Francisco Gomes, Christopher Hennessy, Christian Heyerdahl-Larsen, Nicholas Hirschey, Ralph Koijen (LOA), Howard Kung, Stefan Lewellen (LOA), Narayan Naik, Anna Pavlova, Stephen Schaefer, Henri Servaes, Rui Silva and Vikrant Vig.
London Business School is a graduate school of the University of London, and a leading international centre of excellence in management education and research. It has a beautiful location in Regent's Park in the heart of London. The School attracts outstanding students on its MBA, Masters in Finance, Masters in Financial Analysis, Masters in Management, PhD and Executive Education programmes, a large proportion of which specialise in finance.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applicants should create an account with Interfolio, where they can submit the required documents to the attention of the Finance Search Committee via the link apply.interfolio.com/44298. Required applicant materials include the covering letter, Curriculum Vitae, job market paper (file name must include title of your paper), and three (3) written references (file name must lead with referee name: AEdmans ref letter for JohnSmith.pdf); uploaded separately to Interfolio. Optional supplementary materials may include a teaching statement, a research statement, any available teaching evaluations, and other working or published papers. All applicants must complete the online diversity monitoring form.
Application materials should be uploaded to Interfolio no later than the closing date of Saturday, 18 November 2017 (before midnight, London time).
Applications sent by e-mail, post or courier will not be considered.
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Finance web pages: https://www.london.edu/faculty-and-research/subject-areas/finance#.V7HHVqL0dUM
London Business School is an equal opportunities employer.
Posted: 24 Sep 2017