University of Oxford
Senior Research Fellow in Finance

The Said Business School ( and the Oxford-Man Institute of Quantitative Finance ( wish to jointly appoint a leading academic as a permanent Senior Research Fellow in finance with particular expertise in asset pricing. The University of Oxford can confer professorial title on those with an appropriate research record. The starting date is negotiable but ideally would be before September 2013.

JOB DESCRIPTION: The appointee is expected to be an international research leader in the field of asset pricing and be willing and able to teach finance courses across the range of degree programmes and executive education offered by the Said Business School. The teaching load is moderate. Salary will be competitive relative to senior-level appointments in finance, and will be a minimum of EP100k p.a.

A key aspect of this role will be to build the strength of interdisciplinary research in quantitative finance, conducting high-quality research that significantly benefits from the quantitative and multi-disciplinary strengths of the Institute.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: The post-holder will have a PhD, an excellent research and publication record within their field, will contribute to the long-term development of financial research at Oxford and will benefit from Oxford's international renown as a base for their research activities.

The post-holder will a member of the Finance Group at the Said Business School and a member of the Oxford-Man Institute.

FURTHER INFORMATION: Informal enquiries can be made to Professor Tarun Ramadorai at: Candidates will be considered for the post on the basis of the selection criteria outlined in the further particulars. Further particulars and method of application are available on

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: The closing date for applications is midday on 6 June 2012 and applications should be forwarded electronically to: Three references are required and these also should be forwarded directly by the applicant's referees to by the same date.

Posted 5/15/12