Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor in Accountancy
Professors / Associate Professors / Assistant Professors
Department/ Unit: School of Accountancy
Closing Date: Until the posts are filled
CUHK Business School is a leading business school and a pioneer in business education in Hong Kong. Established in Hong Kong in 1963, it is the first business school to offer BBA, MBA and Executive MBA programs in the region. The School has about 4,400 full-time and part-time students and has the largest business school alumni network in Hong Kong, with over 30,000 alumni worldwide. The Business School offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs, as well as executive education.
The Business School comprises two schools – Accountancy and Hotel & Tourism Management; and four departments – Finance, Decision Sciences & Managerial Economics, Management and Marketing.
The School of Accountancy is now inviting applications for the posts of Professor/ Associate Professor/ Assistant Professor. The School has a stimulating intellectual environment with an outstanding research record, with about 30 publications in the top-5 accounting or equivalent journals since 2012. Research support to faculty members is comparable to that of top U.S. schools.
Applicants for Assistant Professor should have a PhD degree (or with one close to completion) and strong commitment to scholarly research and teaching. Appointment will normally be made on contract basis for up to three years, initially commencing July 2017, which, subject to performance and mutual agreement, may lead to longer-term appointment or substantiation later. Applicants for more senior posts should have a demonstrated track record and leadership in the profession. All areas including financial accounting, managerial accounting, auditing, taxation, and accounting information systems will be considered.
Applicants should complete the on-line application form at
https://cuhk.taleo.net/careersection/cu_career_teach/jobdetail.ftl?job=1600024U and upload the following: (i) full resume, (ii) job market paper, (iii) abstracts of selected working papers, (iv) evidence of teaching performance, if any, and (v) three reference letters.