5 Assistant Professors and a Lecturer for Department of Public Economics

Updated: 21 days ago
Deadline: 25 Jun 2019

INVITATION FOR APPLICATIONS

In accordance with Act No. 111/1998 Coll., Section 77, the Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Administration, Masaryk University, invites applications for the following position:

Department of Public Economics:

1) a full-time Assistant Professor to teach key courses ensured by the Department of Public Economics: Public Finance, Public Finance 2, Reforms in the Public Sector,

2) a full-time Assistant Professor to teach key courses ensured by the Department of Public Economics:  Public and social policy, Sport Policy, Introduction to Public Policies, Public Policy Analysis,

3) a part-time (20 hours a week)  Assistant Professor to teach key courses ensured by the Department of Public Economics:  Accounting and Analyses PA, Management accounting and taxes in the nonprofit sector,

4) a part-time (20 hours a week)  Assistant Professor to teach key courses ensured by the Department of Public Economics:  Public and social policy, Labour Market and Employment Policy, Social Security and Social Services,

5) ) a part-time (12 hours a week)  Assistant Professor to teach key courses ensured by the Department of Public EconomicsAuditing and Controling in Public Sector, Public Procurement.

Would you like to share your experience with others? Do you enjoy coming up with new ideas and solutions? Are you interested in research? Do you welcome new challenges? If so, you are the person we are looking for.  Become part of the Faculty of Economics and Administration of Masaryk University.

What does the position entail?

  • Teaching key courses ensured by the Department of Public Economics;
  • supervising Bachelor’s and Master’s theses;
  • research activity, including participating in or running research projects and grants; and
  • publishing activity.

What do we require?

  • A completed PhD in  Public Economics, Economicsor in a related area;
  • publishing results in research in Public Economics connected with teaching key courses (mainly publications in journals with high impact factors and journals included in Scopus);
  • the ability to lecture and publish in Czech and English;
  • experience in participating in research projects;
  • teaching experience;
  • the ability to work in a team; and
  • a research agenda relevant internationally, with at least active participation in international scientific conferences and workshops abroad, including presentation of the applicant’s own research results.

What do we offer?

  • Interesting, autonomous, and responsible work in the environment of a prestigious university;
  • a professional team and agreeable working environment;
  • employment benefits (e.g., meal voucher contributions, 8 weeks of holiday, supplementary pension insurance contributions, vaccination contributions, free access to Masaryk University library services);
  • opportunities for education and professional development; and
  • opportunities for an internship abroad.

What to include in applications?

  • A complete professional Curriculum Vitae;
  • an overview of publishing activities over the past 10 years in the following structure: monographs (B), articles listed in the Web of Science and Scopus (Jimp|Jsc), articles not listed in the Web of Science and Scopus (Jost),  chapters (C) – applicants will highlight those publications that are relevant to the position;
  • two publications (connected with teaching key courses in PDF form);
  • a list of research projects the candidate has lead or participated in over the past 10 years;
  • a list of citations to the applicant’s publications in the following structure: Web of Science, Scopus (not in WOS), other (not in WOS or Scopus);
  • an overview of teaching experience (including a list of supervising Bachelor’s and Master’s theses) ;
  • proof of an internationally relevant research agenda;
  • a cover letter including a vision for the candidate’s engagement at the Department of Public Economics (approximately 1 A4 page); and
  • a copy of a diploma or other relevant qualification.

6) a part-time (12 hours a week) Lecturer to teach key courses ensured by Department of Department of Public Economics:System of Taxation, Auditing and Controling in Public Sector.

Would you like to share your experience with others? Do you enjoy coming up with new ideas and solutions? Are you interested in research? Do you welcome new challenges? If so, you are the person we are looking for. Become part of the Faculty of Economics and Administration of Masaryk University.

What does the position entail?

  • Teaching key courses ensured by the Department of Public Economics;
  • supervising Bachelor’s and Master’s theses.

What do we require?

  • A completed Master’s degree in Public Economics, Economicsor in a related area;
  • the ability to lecture in Czech and English;
  • teaching experience is an advantage;
  • a research agenda relevant internationally, e.g.:
    •  active participation in international scientific conferences or in a specialized seminar held in English;
    • cooperation with a multinational company or an institution;
    • cooperation with experts from abroad;
    • work experience abroad;
    • an internationally recognized professional certificate.

What do we offer?

  • Interesting, autonomous, and responsible work in the environment of a prestigious university;
  • a professional team and agreeable working environment;
  • employment benefits (e.g., meal voucher contributions, 8 weeks of holiday, supplementary pension insurance contributions, vaccination contributions, free access to Masaryk University library services);
  • opportunities for education and professional development; and
  • opportunities for an internship abroad.

What to include in applications?

  • A complete professional Curriculum Vitae;
  • an overview of teaching activity;
  • proof of an internationally relevant research agenda;
  • a cover letter including a vision for the candidate’s engagement at the Department of Public Economics (approximately 1 A4 page); and
  • a copy of a diploma or other relevant qualification.

Expected commencement of employment: 1. 9. 2019 or by agreement.

Should you find the positions interesting, send your applications including the documents required for the selection procedure by 25. 6. 2019 via e-application https://www.muni.cz/en/about-us/careers/vacancies/47509 on Masaryk University website. Please specify in the application which position you are applying to.

For more detailed information, contact JUDr. Pavla Zapletalová, phone number +420549497358, at the Human Resources department of the Faculty of Economics and Administration, MU.


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