Assistant Professor (Level B, C) /Associate Professor (Level D)
The School of Banking and Finance at the UNSW Business School is seeking to recruit outstanding applicants for tenure-track positions at Assistant and Associate Professor levels, across all areas of finance and banking.
Applicants for Assistant Professor positions should be near completion or have completed a PhD in Finance, Financial Economics or a related field. Selection for Assistant Professors will be based on potential for publications in top journals and for effective teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition to new PhDs, we are also open to hiring seasoned Assistant Professors with a research strong pipeline, who are seeking new opportunities.
Applicants for Associate Professor positions must have a PhD and established record of high quality research with evidence of sustained scholarship and publications in top tier finance journals. Candidates are expected to mentor junior faculty members, contribute to the School’s research culture and provide evidence of effective teaching at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels (with opportunities to teaching into the MBA and executive education).
UNSW recognises the role of employees in driving a high-performance culture. The five behavioural expectations are: Demonstrates Excellence, Drives Innovation, Builds Collaboration, Embraces Diversity, and Displays Respect. Details at: https://www.hr.unsw.edu.au/services/peopleandculture/UNSWbehaviours.pdf
DETAILS OF THE POSITION:
Assistant Professor positions are full-time, for an initial fixed-term period of 5 years, with conversion to a continuing position subject to satisfactory performance. Associate Professor Positions are full-time continuing positions. An attractive salary package will be negotiated with successful applicants. Teaching loads are competitive, and new faculty members are provided with a reduced teaching load in their first year.
Subject to satisfactory performance, all faculty may apply for fully funded six-month sabbatical leave after three years of service.
The School of Banking and Finance, UNSW Business School is a large and diverse school with 46 full-time faculty working across all areas of finance research. Faculty graduated from many schools including University of Chicago, UT Austin, NYU, UCLA, INSEAD, Swiss Finance Institute and the National University of Singapore.
The School has a strong research culture and our faculty have strong links with industry and global researchers. The School provides support for research through an extensive suite of databases and generous conference travel funding. The School has strong ties with international business schools facilitated by vibrant seminar and brown-bag series and a well-established program of prominent international visiting academics. The School also hosts the Australasian Finance and Banking Conference in December which is now in its 30th year.
UNSW is located in Sydney, Australia’s largest city and business capital. Sydney is a cosmopolitan and multicultural city with a great climate and rich arts and sports scenes. The campus is located 6km from the Sydney Central Business District and is even closer to Sydney’s iconic beaches. Successful applicants will be provided with a generous relocation allowance and support from relocation experts within the faculty, ensuring a seamless move to Sydney.
UNSW aspires to be the exemplar Australian university and employer of choice for people from diverse backgrounds. UNSW aims to ensure equality in recruitment, development, retention and promotion of staff, and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their gender, cultural background, disability, sexual orientation or identity. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria to apply.
HOW TO APPLY:
The School’s recruiting team will be attending the forthcoming AFA meeting in Philadelphia to meet with applicants. Online or telephone conference arrangements will be made for applicants unable to attend the AFA meeting.
Interested applicants should upload a current CV, job market paper and other working papers, teaching evaluations (if applicable) and three reference letters from individuals familiar with the work of the applicant to JOE (https://www.aeaweb.org/joe/listing.php?JOE_ID=2017-02_111458888). For Associate Professor applications we strongly recommend including a statement of candidate's contributions to research, teaching and service. Please email Nick Ketley firstname.lastname@example.org if assistance in application is required.
Applications should be submitted by: 26 November 2017
The University reserves the right to fill the positions by invitation or leave the positions unfilled.