Professor of Economics, No.2 (Business Economics)
Professor of Economics No.2 (Business Economics)
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PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS NO.2 (BUSINESS ECONOMICS)
College of Business and Law
Since its founding in 1849, Economics has played a leading role in the development of University College, Cork.Today, the Department of Economics enjoys being one of the largest departments in the University through an established reputation for the innovation, academic standards and student-focus of its programmes of study and for active research programmes, including successful academic and practitioner oriented doctoral programmes.The academic management of the Department is organised around three strategic teaching and research groups: Business Economics, Financial Economics and Health Economics.All academic members participate in the delivery of general modules/programmes, as well as those in their area of speciality, and contribute in a cooperative environment to the leadership, management and administration of the Department through designated responsibilities.
University College, Cork is committed to establishing itself as a world class regional university with a diversified, international student community.The Department wishes to strengthen its strategic capabilities at the senior level to support the continuing development of its undergraduate, postgraduate and executive programmes and the internationalisation of its students.
The successful candidate for this fulltime permanent Professorship will be appropriately qualified, suitable and experienced for academic leadership in the area of Business Economics and will have a proven track record in scholarly research and publication and of programme innovation up to doctoral level, including executive programmes. The key result requirement attaching to this post during the first 5 years will be founding, through engaging external stakeholders and funders, organising and establishing an institute for competitiveness and entrepreneurship, within which frontier research and practice will be integrated.Consideration will also be given to appointment on a fixed-term, up to 5 years, contract, possibly on secondment.
Salary scale [new entrants]: €109,104 – €140,385
Closing date: Friday, 27 July2007
Completed application forms must be returned to:
Department of Human Resources,
University College Cork, Ireland.
Tel: + 353 21 4903073 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / Fax + 353 21 4276995
Memorandum re Senior Academic Posts: http://hradmin.ucc.ie/docs/seniorpost.doc