The Economics and
Finance Department at Niagara University invites applications for a full time,
tenure track faculty position in empirical macroeconomics at the Assistant
Professor rank, beginning in August 2021.
The successful candidate
will have a Ph.D. in economics completed by the time of appointment. Successful
candidates will be able to teach the multiple economic courses offered at the
graduate and undergraduate level, including econometrics and business
statistics. Evidence of scholarship and teaching experience is preferred. The
standard teaching load is 3 courses per semester. The compensation
package is competitive for AACSB accredited institutions.
About the college
Home to 600
undergraduate and 275 graduate business students, the College of Business
Administration has long-standing AACSB accreditation. Its MBA program was
recently named in the Top Tier in North America and global best 150 by CEO
Magazine. This combination of outstanding quality and small size fosters close
student-faculty relationships permeating all aspects of instruction, research,
and service. The Economics and Finance Department offers both B.A. and
B.S. degrees in economics, as well as B.S. and M.S. degrees in finance.
About the institution
Niagara University was
founded in 1856 by the Catholic Vincentian Fathers, whose mission emphasizes
practical training and excellence in service of society. NU’s traditional stone buildings and leafy
green campus sits on Monteagle Ridge, overlooking the Niagara River Gorge, just
three miles north of the majestic Niagara Falls. Immediately adjacent to
Canada, NU’s bi-national culture is built on close proximity to major
manufacturing and business centers in Buffalo and Toronto, attracting from both
countries significant populations of students and faculty.
How to apply
Candidates should submit
the following documents at the Niagara University Human Resources Job
Application page at www.niagara.edu/job-openings
(1) Letter of interest
Job market paper
Candidates must submit their
materials by Monday December 7, 2020.
We will conduct interviews virtually beginning the week of January 4,
2021. If you are shortlisted for an interview,
you will be contacted about further arrangements. If you have any questions, please contact
Kris Principe, Ph.D., Search Committee Chair, at