- Address South Dongxin Road, Guangming District, Shenzhen City
- Qualification PhD
- Salary Offer Competitive salary with leading Asian Business Schools USD Competitive salary with leading Asian Business Schools Month
- Discipline Finance, Management, Economics and Business
- Department/School Website bschool.sysu.edu.cn
Sun Yat-sen University, founded by Dr. Sun Yat-sen and with an educational tradition spanning over 100 years, is a preeminent research, academic and cultural center and the premier location for talent development in South China. Sun Yat-sen University has developed into a modern comprehensive university that enjoys a reputation as a top-tier university nationally and a renowned university internationally. With five campuses in the three cities of Guangzhou, Zhuhai and Shenzhen, and ten affiliated hospitals, the University is striving to become a world-class university and global center of learning.
Business School, Sun Yat-sen University is a newly established college, located in Shenzhen, China. Business School seeks to fill faculty positions at the levels of full professor/associate professor of Economics/Finance/Accounting/Management.
Candidates should provide evidence of publications in reputable academic journals, be familiar with the laws of higher education and understand the situation of higher education in China and abroad. Prior experience in research grant is preferably desirable.
Compensation and Benefits:
Compensation is competitive with leading Asian Business Schools. Attractive start-up research fund and setting-in allowance will be provided. Social welfare benefits include subsidies for housing (including rental, relocation housing, etc.), social insurance, housing accumulation fund, health care, high quality educational resources for children, etc.
All applicants must submit the following documents to search committee chair, Prof. Guangzhong Li at [email protected]. The recruitment information is long-term valid.
*Three reference letters
*Sample of current research
*Evidence of teaching effectiveness