The Department of Business at the American University in Bulgaria (AUBG) is searching for a faculty member in Finance. This is a regular tenure-track position, starting in the Fall 2024 semester.
The successful candidate will be teaching our undergraduate courses on Finance to students majoring in Business Administration.
The successful candidate will possess the following:
- PhD in Finance or a related field;
- Experience teaching courses in Finance to business students;
- A willingness to adapt to the American liberal arts style of teaching;
- A passion for finance;
- A collegial disposition.
Early career academics are especially encouraged to apply.
AUBG is a private American-style liberal arts university located in the city of Blagoevgrad, in southwest Bulgaria. We are a selective, residential institution with a diverse student body consisting of over 1100 students from over 40 countries. The language of instruction is English. Many of our graduates continue their education at prestigious universities in the United States and Europe. Others have made an important mark in the private and public sectors in the region and worldwide.
For further information about the University, please visit the AUBG website https://www.aubg.edu/
For further information about the Department of Business, see https://www.aubg.edu/business-department
Examples of events organized by our business students can be found here http://tedxaubg.com
To apply, candidates should e-mail their CV, together with a cover letter explaining how they meet the above requirements, to [email protected]. Further materials may be requested at a later date.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
The information you have provided will be used to process your application for employment. It will not be passed to third parties or used for other purposes. If you are successful, we will keep your application details. If you are not the chosen candidate, we will destroy your data within 6 months after this vacancy closes. Security procedures are in place for protecting your data in accordance with the principles of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Your details may be stored electronically in a password-protected system and/or as paper copies in secure storage.