The Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow is seeking to fill several posts in Macroeconomics at the Assistant/Associate Professor (Lecturer/Senior Lecturer) level. The School is entering a new phase of considerable growth and seeks to expand its expertise in Macroeconomics.
These posts complement multiple recent appointments at both early career and experienced levels.
We offer a competitive wage, an excellent research environment, and very generous resources and support for developing your career. Applicants at entry level should be able to demonstrate either an existing record or potential for publications in top-rated journals and contribute to learning and student experience at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Applicants at more experienced levels should in addition demonstrate a record (or potential) of securing research funding, provide academic leadership and management within the School, and actively engage in relationships with external stakeholders that advance knowledge exchange, public understanding and outreach.
For informal inquiries please contact Professor Eugenio Proto (Eugenio.Proto@glasgow.ac.uk) or Professor Dimitris Christelis (Dimitris.Christelis@glasgow.ac.uk)
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to either on campus or online visits starting from the week of May 29. To be considered for these interviews we should receive your application by Monday, May 22. Please apply both through econjobmarket.org (indicating whether you are applying to the Assistant or Associate Professor positions) and through the following two University of Glasgow links:
(Assistant Professorships/Lectureships) https://my.corehr.com/pls/uogrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=113668
(Associate Professorships/Senior Lectureships) https://my.corehr.com/pls/uogrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=115628
You must apply also through the University of Glasgow links, otherwise we will not be able to consider your application.
We will monitor applications that arrive after May 22, but late applications will have a significantly lower chance to lead to an interview.