Faculty positions are available (lecturer, assistant professor) at Rotterdam School of Management, Netherlands in Finance, Economics and Organizational theory.

Erasmus University Rotterdam, established 1913 is a public university in Netherlands. The university has an enrollment of more than 29,000 students and is ranked #183 in the world (Top QS rankings). Erasmus University is divided into 7 faculties, and focuses upon 4 academic areas; health, wealth, governance and culture. Rotterdam School of management is one of top business schools in Europe offering bachelors, masters and PhD programs, the school has 9,505 students from 80 different countries.

3 positions for lecturer, assistant professor are available at Rotterdam School of Management, including;

1) Lecturer in finance
2) Assistant professor in Urban and Regional Economics
3) Assistant professor in Organizational theory

Lecturer in Finance

Department of Finance at RSM offers Europe’s largest master level program (MSc in Finance & Investments), with an enrollment of 300 every year, the program delivers extensive theoretical and practical knowledge. Finance and investments program teaches a 1 year general finance curriculum with compulsory and elective courses leading to a thesis. The department has a strong teaching tradition and international orientation, consisting of talented young international faculty members.

At RSM the department of finance is offering a part time lecturer position in finance. The start date for the position is January 1, 2020, being a temporary position, the lectureship will end on June 30, 2020. The lecturer will be involved with supervision of 20 master theses.

Job description

Applicants are required to have a PhD degree in finance, economics, accounting and should have passion and relevant experience in teaching university students. The employment conditions will be based upon the collective labor agreement for Dutch Universities. The university has attractive employment conditions, including holiday allowance, end-of-year bonus and vacation days.

Intersted candidates should submit their application documents, including; CV, motivation, any current teaching evaluations to the department via email; Myra Lissenbergmlissenberg@rsm.nl. For more information, please visit: RSM Finance: www.rsm.nl/finance

For inquiries about this position, please contact Prof. Peter Roosenboom via email: proosenboom@rsm.nl.


Assistant professor in Urban and Regional Economics

Erasmus School of Economics (ESE) is a center of excellent research and education in the field of Economics. Several of the world’s leading economists have been produced at the school, including the first Nobel prize in economic sciences, awarded to Jan Tinbergen in 1969. The school pursues research and education in applied and urban regional economics. Applied economics is one of the 4 departments at ESE having research groups in Behavioral Economics, Health Economics, Organisation, Strategy and Entrepreneurship Economics. ESE has been ranked #2 in Economics in Netherlands and #17 in Europe and a top 50 ranking in the world (QS World University Rankings).

At ESE, Urban and Regional Economics research area involves work in International Economics, Transport Economics, Applied Micro-Economics and Development Economics. Urban and Regional Economics includes decision making, modelling of firms and households. Work based on transport economics, housing/real-estate economics, place-based and network-based effects in economic development, and the interrelation with sustainable development, urban and regional governance and policy is also pursued at the department.

Job description

The assistant professor at ESE will pursue research within Urban and Regional Economics or a related field; Transport Economics, International Economics, Development Economics or Economic Geography. The candidate is expected to have a high aptitude for original research and the ability to publish in an internationally recognized journals. The position also involves teaching and supervision of undergraduate and graduate level students studying in the bachelor and master programs offered by the department.

The basic requirement for this job includes, a PhD in a related field of economics, previous experience and achievements in research and teaching. The initial appointment will be for 6 years, the university offeres excellent salary and benefits, including holiday allowances, vacation days, end of the year bonus, health care insurance and opportunities for research support.

Applicants can apply for this position by sending the necessary documents, which includes, a CV, motivation letter, job-market paper, 2 recommendation letters via email to: Ms. Manuela Ettekoven-de Vaal at ettekoven@ese.eur.nl.

The deadline to apply is November 15, 2019, interviews will be scheduled in December 2019.

For more information about this position, contact Professor Kirsten Rohde (rohde@ese.eur.nl).


Assistant professor in Organisation Theory

The department of Organisation and Personnel Management (OPM) at RSM is offering a tenure track position – assistant professor in organisation theory, starting September, 1 2020 or earlier. Department of OPM includes international staff form renowned institutions in Europe, Asia, USA involved with high quality research and academic work.

Job description

Requirement for this position involves a PhD in Organisation Theory, macro-organisational behavior or a relevant management/social science field. Applicants are expected to have experience and achievements in macro-organisational research, including publications in top ranked management journals.

The candidate should have excellent teaching aptitude and will play a vital role in the master’s program: Organisational Change and Consulting offered by OPM department. The teaching requires proficiency in English language and fluency is Dutch is desirable but not required.

To apply, the candidates should provide a letter of application, with CV, research and a teaching statement, teaching evaluation (if available) and 3 reference letters before the deadline November, 1 2019, by email at secrdept2@rsm.nl.

Conditions of employment are based on collective labor agreement for Dutch Universities, salary is provided based upon training and experience of the candidate. Other benefits includes, vacation days, favorable tax agreements, holiday allowance and end of the year bonuses.

More details can be acquired via email from Prof. Steffen Giessner (sgiessner@rsm.nl) or Prof. Tal Simons (t.simons@rsm.nl).


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