Assistant/Associate Professor of Economics
Title: Assistant/Associate Professor of Economics
- Employer: University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Department of Economics)
- Location: United States
- Position Type: Assistant Professor
- Deadline: Jan 1, 2018
- Job Description:
The Department of Economics of the Bryan School of Business & Economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (http://economics.uncg.edu/) invites applications to fill one tenure-track Assistant or one tenured Associate Professor position to begin in Fall 2018. The position seeks candidates whose research and teaching focus are either in empirical macroeconomics or in health economics.
Candidates specializing in empirical macroeconomics will be considered at the tenure-track Assistant Professor level or at the Associate Professor level with permanent tenure. Applicants must be able to teach undergraduate and graduate classes in macroeconomics and a Master’s-level course in time series econometrics. Candidates who specialize in financial economics will also be considered for this position. Senior applicants must have a strong research record.
Candidates specializing in health economics will be considered at the tenure-track senior Assistant Professor level or at the Associate Professor level with permanent tenure. Applicants must be able to teach undergraduate and graduate classes in health economics. A strong research record and a demonstrated history of success in attracting external funding is required for a candidate at either rank.
Interviews will be held at the ASSA meetings in Philadelphia, PA. Junior candidates should have the Ph.D. in economics by August 2018. UNCG is an equal opportunity/equal access employer.
The Bryan School of Business & Economics has over 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students and more than 100 full- and part- time faculty members housed in six departments. Accredited by AACSB, the Bryan School is the recipient of many honors and accolades. Our evening MBA was ranked 13th nationally by Bloomberg Businessweek (2013) and 10th in academic quality. UNCG was one of the three original institutions in the University of North Carolina system (Chapel Hill and NC State were the others). Classified by the Carnegie Foundation as a ‘high research activity’ University, UNCG is also committed to high-quality teaching to its more than 19,800 students in six colleges and schools. Another point of pride is that UNCG has one of the most ethnically and racially diverse student populations in the University of North Carolina system. More information about the School may be found at the following URL: http://bryan.uncg.edu.
Greensboro is the third largest city in NC with approximately 290,000 people in an MSA of some 1.7 million. Ideally located in the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina, Greensboro is only a few hours from either beach or mountain. The city boasts a rapidly developing fine arts center, child-friendly venues and a multitude of outdoor amenities. With seven higher education institutions in the immediate area, a large industrial base, and proximity to the Research Triangle, it is an attractive location for dual career families. UNCG, part of the University of North Carolina system, is engaged in a major campus expansion. Classified as a high research activity university, UNCG is also committed to high quality teaching to its more than 19,900 students in seven colleges and schools. Another point of pride is that UNCG has one of the most ethnically and racially diverse student population in the UNC system.
All applicants must submit a short electronic application through http://jobsearch.uncg.edu, posting number 001071. Applicants must also submit a cover letter, vita, research samples, and evidence of teaching effectiveness, if available, on-line through http://econjobmarket.org and arrange for three letters of recommendation to be submitted through http://econjobmarket.org.
Screening of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
This position has closed. Applications are no longer accepted.