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Position Type: Assistant Professor, Tenure Track (3+3)
Categories/Specialties: Any field
Deadline: Rolling application
Interested candidates must send their applications electronically through the Job Market Website.

  • Description

    The School of Economics and Management of the University of Navarra is seeking candidates for the Tenure Track (3+3) position of Assistant Professor (equivalent to "Ayudante Doctor") for the academic year 2018-2019. All fields of specialization will be considered, but we are particularly interested in researchers in the areas of Financial Accounting / Banking, Personnel Management, Computer Science / Big Data, Finance, and International Economics. The primary selection criteria will be the potential of the candidate as researcher and teacher in the various programs that the School offers.

  • Contract

    The initial contract will be for a year, annually renewable during a total of six years. After three years, a first evaluation will be performed. If the evaluation is positive, then renewals will continue. During this period of six years, a final decision will be made about offering a formal, long-term contract (although any assistant professor may request that this decision be taken prior to the end of the full six-year term). Evaluations and decisions will be based on the research quality of the candidate and on his or her satisfactory performance in teaching tasks.

  • Teaching

    The normal teaching load is 120 hours/year, with the possibility to concentrate in one semester. Some administrative tasks also form part of the normal work load, although recently-hired professors are typically assigned lighter tasks.

    Classes are taught in Spanish and English. Professors whose native language is not Spanish are generally assigned to the English program. All Doctoral courses are exclusively taught in English. The University offers courses, via its Institute of Modern Languages, to help those candidates who wish to learn or improve their Spanish.

  • Salary

    The University of Navarra is a private university: the salaries are comparable to those of other Spanish and European universities, in countries such as France or Great Britain. 

  • Application process

    Interested candidates must send their applications electronically. Please include a cover letter, an up-to-date curriculum vitae, a publishable journal article as a research sample, and a short essay explaining what you know about the University of Navarra. Candidates must also provide three letters of recommendation, sent to us by persons who know the candidate and can give us information about his or her capacity and competence. The names and contact information of the people who write the letters (preferentially academics) should be included in the curriculum vitae. Interviews will be held during the Symposium of the Spanish Economic Association (Barcelona, December 14-16, 2017) and the 2018 Annual Meeting of the AEA (Philadelphia, January 5-7, 2018). The deadline for receiving applications is November 30, 2017The deadline for sending application is December 6, 2016. After the interviews, selected candidates will be invited to visit the School and give a presentation about their current research.

About the University
The University of Navarra is a private university founded in 1952 by St. Josemaria Escriva. The campus is located in Pamplona, a city in the northwest of Spain. The University also has campuses in San Sebastian (for the School of Engineering-TECNUN) and in Barcelona and Madrid (where the IESE Business School is located).

About Pamplona and Navarra

The Weather
The weather in Pamplona, while it could be classified as "continental", is quite unpredictable:  there is a popular saying that "if you don't like the weather in Pamplona, just wait  half an hour".  The National Meteorological Institute attempts to provide information about the weather conditions in the city:  Instituto Nacional de Metereología.

More information on Navarra and Pamplona
Click for more detailed information about Navarra in general and about Pamplona.
You may also find more information about the Sanfermines, the world famous folk festival of Pamplona, on the Internet. More complete information, especially about rental housing or real estate, will be provided to new professors upon their arrival to  Pamplona.  The school will provide an advisor to the candidates who will help them with administrative issues.