The Finance and Economics Department of the Rutgers Business
School at Newark and New Brunswick, Rutgers University, is seeking
a full-time faculty member at the rank of Assistant Professor of
Professional Practice, subject to funding availability. This
is not a tenure track position.
Candidates must have a Ph.D. in finance, economics, mathematics,
statistics, or operations research. Additionally, the
candidate should have a track record of research. The successful
candidate has experience teaching quantitative courses at both a
graduate and undergraduate level.
The applicant will be expected to teach Econometrics, Numerical
Analysis, and Risk Management in a master-level financial
engineering program. Additionally, the candidate should
be able to teach finance courses such as Derivatives and Fixed
Income to undergraduates and graduate students.
Applicants seeking more information about this position should
contact Ivan Brick, the Finance and Economics Department chair, at
The Finance and Economics Department has 45 full-time faculty
members. Rutgers Business School offers BS, MBA, Master of
Quantitative Finance, Master in Financial Analysis and Ph.D.
programs that include finance and applied economics concentrations.
The Department houses the Whitcomb Center for Research in Financial
Services and the Center for Real Estate.
Please submit your application (cover letter, three names of
your letter writers, research paper[s], and CV) electronically at
July 10, 2022.
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