The Department of International Business of HEC Montréal invites applications for faculty positions at all levels, tenured and tenure track, starting in June 2011. The positions are subject to budgetary approval. The candidate may specialize in any sub-field in international business, including but not limited to international strategy, international marketing, international economics and international finance. The successful candidate will be engaged in high-quality teaching and research on the practical challenges that companies face in the global economy.
ABOUT THE SCHOOL: 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. Its MBA program is ranked 10th by Business Week among non-US business school world-wide and it is the only business school in North America to be accredited by the AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.
ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DEPARTMENT: The Department of International Business consists of 13 full-time professors from diverse disciplinary backgrounds that share a common interest in the exploration of international business in the context of globalization and emerging economies. The Department offers a broad selection of 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.
JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates should hold or should anticipate completing a Ph.D. in international business or a related field by June 1, 2011. Candidates for associate or full professor should have an established record of quality research and teaching while candidates for assistant professor should be promising scholars. Successful candidates will be expected to publish research in major journals and to teach high-quality graduate and undergraduate courses.
Courses at HEC Montréal are primarily taught in French, with a growing number of courses also given in English and Spanish. The School's inception program provides excellent support to learn French in order to become fluent within two years. The School has top-tier teaching and research facilities. Research publication is financially rewarded.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Professors Bernard Sinclair-Desgagné (department chair), Marlei Pozzebon and Ari Van Assche will conduct interviews at the AOM. To schedule an interview, candidates should before July 31, 2010 e-mail a curriculum vitae, a brief cover letter that summarizes research and teaching experience, and the names of three references to Prof. Van Assche (firstname.lastname@example.org). Other materials will be requested at a later date as necessary.
Those not attending the AOM meetings should before September 1, 2010, e-mail Prof. Van Assche their curriculum vitae, a cover letter that summarizes research and teaching experience, teaching evaluations and three samples of scholarly work (including at least one full paper). 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