Job Vacancy – academic posts, finance and economics, Taiwan

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Assistant/Associate/Full Professors in Finance and Economics

 The newly established International College of I-Shou University (Taiwan) is looking for innovative academics for various positions in its Department of International Finance. Applicants must hold a PhD degree in a relevant discipline and ideally have industry work experience. Teaching is mainly confined to undergraduate level. Successful candidates employed might also be required to teach into the International Master of Business Administration Program (IMBA). The initial contract will be for a period of up to three years. A competitive salary package (including furnished on-campus accommodation with the Internet, telephone and utilities free of charge, full health plan and reimbursement of air fare expenses) is negotiable in accordance with qualifications and experience. Opportunities and ample funds for research are available. Established scholars seeking one-year visiting positions and newly graduated PhDs are encouraged to apply.   

I-Shou University is a fully integrated university in Southern Taiwan, established in 1990 and has 34 departments in six colleges. A university town within the campus grounds is largely completed. International College was opened in September 2009 to provide a comprehensive education environment in line with contemporary global standards on our main campus. All tuition at the College is conducted in English. Further information can be obtained by visiting IC website or by contacting the College directly.Interested candidates should email their curriculum vitae with a cover letter to:Professor H. Ruhi Yaman, Dean, International College, I-Shou University, 1, Sec. 1, Tsueh-Cheng Rd Ta-Hsu Hsiang Kaohsiung County 840 Taiwan.E-mail:  Tel: +886 7 6577711 ext 8007 / 8008  



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