|Salary:||£42,253 to £45,922 inclusive of London Weighting with potential to progress to £54,313 per annum inclusive of London Weighting H3|
|Placed On:||13th January 2023|
|Closes:||10th February 2023|
The Department of Economics and Finance is a significant part of the College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences. The Department is home to more than 50 full-time academics, with research interests spanning Accountancy, Banking, Economics and Finance, over 1300 undergraduate students across seven degree programmes, and over 300 postgraduate students following four taught programmes or undertaking doctoral research. In the 2021 Research Excellence Framework (REF), 61% of the Department’s research output was rated as World Leading or Internationally Excellent by the Economics and Econometrics panel.
The Department of Economics and Finance is continuing its ambitious recruitment drive to significantly boost the quality of its research activity, and has recently made two Professorial and seven Lecturer level appointments. We are now recruiting to three more Professorial level posts and up to four more Lecturer level posts, in preparation for academic year 2023/24. Further recruitment at similar levels is also expected during 2023/24.
Applicants are welcome from any area of Economics or Econometrics. They should normally hold a PhD in Economics or Econometrics, or be nearing completion. The candidate must have the potential to publish or proven experience of publishing in world leading or the more selective internationally excellent research journals, along with high quality teaching skills. To support research activity, the appointed candidate can expect a reduced teaching allocation alongside funding for conference activity and other direct research costs.
The Department is a co-convenor of the Research Centre in Law, Economics and Finance, and has economics and econometrics academics within the research groups in Economic Development and Institutions, Macroeconomics and Empirical Finance. There is excellent computer support and data facilities, including from providers such as Bloomberg, Fitch and Refinitiv (Eikon/Datastream). While an interest in teaching in any area of Economics is welcome, candidates interested in teaching macroeconomics, money and banking, economic development or econometrics would be particularly welcomed. Prospective candidates must be capable of supervising empirical MSc dissertations, and be prepared to take on some administration such as leading a module, directing a degree programme for the department, or co-ordinating co-curriculum events to enhance student experience.
Informal enquiries can be made to Professor Jim Steeley, Head of Department (Email: email@example.com)
Closing date for applications: 10 February 2023 (Midnight)
For further details and to apply please visit https://jobs.brunel.ac.uk/WRL/
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