ASSOCIATE PROFESSORSHIPS

This joint appointment is associated with a tutorial fellowship at a college and you will have teaching, supervisory and research responsibilities both there and in the Department.  The University uses the grade of Associate Professor for most of its senior academic appointments (roughly equivalent to Associate Professor in the USA). 
 
You will have an exceptional track record in scholarship, research, teaching, management and administration and will enjoy participating fully in the interdisciplinary college community and life of the Department. In return you can expect a challenging and rewarding role and a generous package of benefits and support.  
 

Role Specifications

Each year varies, however around 2-5 posts a year can become available
Applications from all economic specialisms are welcomed
Typically advertised during Michaelmas term (from October) and usually recruited during Hilary term (January onwards)
Five year appointment before eligibility for reappointment until retirement
Additional allowances, including for housing, research and computing
College and departmental offices
Administrative support

Key Responsibilities

Associated with a Tutorial Fellowship at a college
Teaching, supervision, assessment and examination for the Department and College
Independent research and securing of research funding
Administration and committee support duties

The Opportunity

Eligible for consideration for award of the title of full professor, at an enhanced salary
Eligible for sabbatical leave
Membership of Congregation (the sovereign legislative body within the University) and the right to vote
Contracted to the University with access to an attractive benefits package https://www.ox.ac.uk/about/jobs/benefits/#d.en.37670

About You

You will have a completed doctorate in a relevant field of economics
Postdoctoral experience in an academic position from any specialisation
Proven high standard of research and the ability to publish in top-rated international journals
Ability to provide graduate supervision
Strong communication, interpersonal, time management and organisational skills
Strong and innovative team worker with a willingness to participate in college life and government