Assistant/Associate Professor of Financial Accounting
ESCP Europe Business School Turin Campus
ESCP Europe, the World’s First Business School (est 1819 invites applications for an open position in Financial Accounting at Assistant/ Associate level. The open position is based at the ESCP Europe Turin Campus, Italy with a starting date of September 2020 or later. The appointee will be seconded to the Department of financial Reporting and Audit.
ESCP Europe is a pan European business school with campuses in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin, and Warsaw, providing 29 master degrees, a bachelor and a PhD programme, as well as a wide range of executive education courses. Ranked No 5 worldwide by the Financial Times and No 4 by the Economist, the ESCP Master in Management is among one of the leading degrees in its field.
We are looking for motivated, high potential and dynamic candidates with a strong research track record. The candidate’s research has been (or has the potential to be) published in international top tier peer reviewed scientific journals. The candidate shows a proven ability to deliver quality teaching, also using digital teaching methods, at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, with a strong interest in developing his/her executive education skills. The position requires a balance among research, teaching, curriculum development, and community development.
A willingness to work with colleagues from the ESCP Europe campuses in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, and Warsaw is highly appreciated Candidates should also demonstrate skills in developing and expanding relationships with companies and professional organisations and extend the reputation of ESCP Europe Business school and its programmes locally and internationally.
Candidates should have the following characteristics:
A PhD in a related field, and preferably some post-doc experience. Even if an outstanding doctoral dissertation is required for the application, we will also consider candidates who are in the final stage of their doctoral thesis;
Evidence of (or clear potential to achieve) excellence in research (publications in leading journals, and/or highly innovative research);
A passion for research and a genuine interest in working with diverse stakeholders;
Experience and interest in teaching diverse student cohorts, mainly in English, applying new teaching methods and formats;
Fluency in oral and written English.
Applications should include:
1) a cover letter;
2) a curriculum vitae, including diplomas and transcripts of records;
3) a list of publications;
4) a statement of teaching and research interests;
5) teaching evaluations of the past two years (if applicable);
6) a list of references (up to 5 referees).
Please lodge your application by 1st December 2019
by filling the online application form available here
Job interviews are estimated to take place starting from January 2020.
For further information please contact:
Prof. Dr Francesco Rattalino
Professor of Management at ESCP Europe and Dean of
the ESCP Europe Turin Campus