The Department of Finance and Financial Services in the Raj Soin College of Business at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio seeks to hire two new assistant professors. The tenure track faculty positions will begin August, 2020, pending institutional approval of position. Salary and benefits for these tenure-track positions are highly competitive. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate classes in Finance as assigned, participate in research and scholarly activities, engage in service to the university and community, and participate in department, college and university committee work. Normal teaching load is five, 3 semester-hour courses per academic year. Summer teaching for additional compensation may be available during compressed six-week summer sessions.
Ph.D. in finance or equivalent field anticipated by the start date.
The preferred candidate will have earned a Ph.D. from an AACSB-accredited university by the stated date and should possess outstanding teaching skills and the potential for scholarly productivity and a willingness to provide university and community service. Documented outstanding teaching abilities; at least 2 years of college-level teaching experience; excellent communications skills; along with expertise in financial management, international finance and financial services would all be of highest priority. Strong computer skills, experience delivering online courses and the ability to collaborate with faculty on research are of prime interest.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
Teaching 40% Scholarship40% Service20%
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On campus office environment.
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