The Department of International Business of HEC Montréal is recruiting at least one new faculty member in international business (full-time Assistant or Associate Professor) starting in June 2014. The successful candidate will engage in high-quality teaching and research on the changing global economic landscape and the practical challenges that it entails for companies. The position(s) are subject to budgetary approval.
HEC Montréal: Founded in 1907, HEC Montréal (www.hec.ca) is one of the oldest and largest business schools in North America. The School has over 12,000 students in its 38 management study programs, from the undergraduate to postgraduate levels, and employs close to 260 professors. It was the first business school in North America to be accredited by all three agencies AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. Its M.Sc. and MBA program consistently rank among the world’s best.
Department of International Business: The Department of International Business (www.hec.ca/affint) consists of 13 full-time professors from diverse disciplinary backgrounds. Faculty members have published their research in various leading academic journals including Econometrica, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of Finance, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Research Policy and World Development. The Department offers a broad selection of MBA courses in international business, offers an international business major at the B.A.A. level, a M.Sc. in international business, and an international business major at the Ph.D. level.
Requirements: Candidates should have the following qualifications:
Ph.D. in international business or a related field by June 1, 2014.
An established record or high potential of solid scholarly research commensurate with rank.
Passionate about teaching and interacting with students at various levels.
Willingness to learn French. The School’s inception program provides excellent support (including teaching load reduction) to become fluent in French within two years.
Application procedure: Interested candidates should e-mail Professor Ari Van Assche (email@example.com) before September 1, 2013 their curriculum vitae, a cover letter that summarizes research and teaching experience, teaching evaluations and a sample of recent publications. Furthermore, the applicant should arrange to have three letters of reference e-mailed or sent to the following address:
Associate Professor Ari Van Assche
Service de l’enseignement des affaires internationales
3000 Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine
CANADA H3T 2A7
HEC Montréal is committed to employment equity. In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, the school will give priority to candidates who are either citizens or permanent residents of Canada. Candidates must indicate whether or not they meet this criterion.