Tenure track teaching position at St John’s University

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ECONOMICS FACULTY POSITION IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE, ST. John’s University

POSITION:  The Tobin College of Business at St. John’s University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor rank in Fall 2017.   Preferred areas of specialization include some combination of behavioral, health, labor, environmental and managerial economics, with strong empirical and quantitative skills.

The Department offers BS/BA in Economics in both the Tobin College of Business and St. John’s College of Arts and Sciences.  Ability to contribute to both programs is important. Responsibilities include teaching graduate and undergraduate classes as well as participation on committees, and service to the University.   Excellence in teaching and an ongoing research/publication record are essential.

QUALIFICATIONS:  A Ph.D. in Economics is required for tenure track position. Possibility for one year appointment for ABDs.

THE COLLEGE:       The Tobin College of Business has AACSB accreditation.  Our offerings include B.S., M.S., MBA and combined Bachelors/Masters dual-degree programs.

THE UNIVERSITY:       St. John’s is one of America’s leading Catholic universities, with campuses in 3 boroughs of New York City — Manhattan, and residential campuses in Queens and Staten Island — along with a campus in Rome, Italy.  Founded in 1870 by the Vincentian Community, St. John’s is known for giving students the knowledge, skills, and confidence to serve others while achieving personal and professional success.  Graduates become leaders in their professions, their communities, and the world.

APPLICATION:  Please submit a letter of application, CV, photocopy or official copy of transcripts, statement of research interests and teaching philosophy and contact information for three professional references to Fran Vroulis (email: vroulisf@stjohns.edu).  Deadline for submission is December 10, 2016. Please be advised this position is subject to final budgetary approval.

Fields are flexible, but we are particularly interested in candidates with concentrations in labor economics, environmental economics, public policy and applied microeconomics. The deadline has been extended to December 10, but candidates should submit their applications as soon as possible. They can get in touch with URPE member Gary Mongiovi (mongiovg@stjohns.edu) for further information.

St. John’s University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and encourages applications from underrepresented groups in higher education.