Finance (Assistant/Associate Professor, Tenure-Track)

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Central Michigan University
Position Summary
The College of Business Administration at Central Michigan University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track finance faculty member at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank, beginning August, 2015; or possibly, as soon as January 2015.
Required Qualifications
Ph.D. in finance from an AACSB-international accredited institution (or other major national university), evidence of effective teaching at the college or university level, and active research agenda are minimum job qualifications; however, ABD applicants will also be considered if it is clear the degree will be conferred by time of the appointment.
Preferred Qualifications
The preferred candidate can demonstrate an established, ongoing record of quality publications commensurate with experience. Primary area of research and teaching emphasis must be in Corporate Finance; while secondary interest, experience and/or training in Financial Institutions and Markets and/or international finance considered to be a 'plus'. Principle teaching assignments would be in our undergraduate corporate finance courses; applicants with teaching experience in money and capital markets and/or international finance are considered as highly desirable, particularly for those applying at higher rank. Online teaching experience is also desirable.
Position Title: Finance (Assistant/Associate Professor, Tenure-Track)
College/Unit: College of Business Administration
Home Department: Department of Finance and Law
Employee Group: Tenure-Track Faculty - Academic Year
Employment Status: Full-Time
Position Type: 9 month (Academic Year)
Position Classification: Tenure Track Faculty
Position Begin Date: 08/24/2015
Posting Begins: 08/04/2014
Open Until Filled: Yes
Type of Recruitment: External

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