|Location:||Stockholm - Sweden|
|Placed On:||1st October 2021|
|Closes:||14th January 2022|
The Accounting Section at Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University, invites applications for the position as Post Doc Researcher in Accounting.
The post-doctoral scholarship is financed by Tore Browaldh’s Foundation, Handelsbanken. The scholarship will support a full-time research-intensive activity. The scholarship is initially for a three-year period, with the possibility of an extension for an additional three years. The position commences on March 1, 2022 or later by agreement.
The scholarship entitles the Post Doc Researcher to teach up to 30% at Stockholm Business School. Compensation for teaching is paid in addition to the scholarship.
The Post Doc researcher will be placed at the Accounting section, which is the home of faculty and PhD students in the accounting and operations management disciplines.
The accounting section is involved in research in several areas, e.g. performance management, consumption of accounting, public sector accounting, and auditing.
Qualifications: Applicants should no more than three years before the application deadline have obtained a PhD degree in Accounting or related discipline. The assessment criteria include the quality and number of articles in academic journals and working papers as well as willingness to collaborate on research activities with the section’s faculty and internationally. The primary basis for selection will be the demonstrated ability for high quality research publications relevant to the accounting area or potential ability in the near future. Candidates from all areas of accounting are invited to apply.
Application procedure: The application should include a cover letter, a CV, three letters of recommendations, selected research articles (maximum 3). For full consideration, please apply by November 18, 2021. Applications should be submitted via the apply button. Interviews will be carried out online on a rolling basis. Depending on the development of the covid-19 pandemic, selected candidates may be invited for personal interviews in Stockholm. Applications will continue to be accepted through January 14, 2022.
Research environment: Stockholm University was founded in 1878 and is serving approximately 60,000 students. The university is located in central Stockholm, one of Europe’s most vibrant capitals. The Accounting section at Stockholm Business School currently consists of 19 assistant, associate or full professors and a number of PhD students and lecturers. Stockholm University strives to be a workplace free from discrimination and with equal opportunities for all.
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