The Accounting Department at Bocconi University invites applications for several tenure-track Assistant Professor positions, commencing in Fall 2022. Candidates must hold a PhD or equivalent in Accounting or a related field or be close to completing their PhD. Successful candidates will demonstrate potential for excellence in research and teaching, and engagement with faculty colleagues, students, staff, and external constituents. Seasoned Assistant Professors are also encouraged to apply.
Teaching may be in either English or Italian – therefore knowledge of Italian is not a prerequisite. Bocconi offers competitive compensation and benefits relative to most top European Schools. Research support and infrastructure are excellent.
Bocconi University (www.unibocconi.eu) is one of the most renowned and prestigious universities in Europe in the fields of Economics, Management and Law. Bocconi employs around 300 tenured faculty members and almost 700 other teachers and lecturers. The student body comprises around 8,000 undergraduate students and 5,000 graduate students. Both faculty and student bodies are increasingly internationally diverse. Milan offers an excellent lifestyle in a safe and culturally rich environment.
Applications should be submitted online at www.unibocconi.eu/jobmarket, no later than 12 December, 2021.
Prospective candidates attending the EAA Talent Workshop for Accounting Candidates (Madrid, 3-6 November 2021) or the AAA Rookie Camp (Miami, 3-5 December 2021) may be offered opportunities of initial interviews at these events and are encouraged to submit their full applications before these dates. Short-listed candidates will receive invitations to make workshop presentations and faculty meetings online, as well as in person visits, if possible.
The Department of Accounting is also interested in hearing from established faculty interested in discussing potential senior faculty positions.
For further information, please contact: Prof. Peter Pope (email@example.com)
Bocconi University is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty. Applications are particularly welcome from women and members of groups who are under-represented in academic posts.