Assistant or Associate Professor of Business - Finance

Doane University, a nationally recognized liberal arts and sciences university in Nebraska invites applications for a full-time position as Assistant or Associate Professor of Business to begin fall of 2019. Ph.D. in Finance or related field preferred; ABD or Master's considered.
Teaching responsibilities may include the following courses: Introduction to Finance, Financial Institutions Management, Investments, International Trade and Finance, and Money and Banking. Faculty may also have opportunities to teach courses in areas such as introduction to business, statistics, research, liberal arts studies and more. Additional responsibilities include scholarship, service, serving as the advisor for the Investment Club, and helping grow the business program.
Preference will be given to candidates who: are interested in an active learning and teaching environment, value interdisciplinary studies, are committed to teaching to a diverse population of students, include students with different perspectives, and are responsive to student needs.
Doane's mission is to provide an exceptional liberal arts education in a creative, inclusive, and collaborative community where faculty and staff work closely with undergraduate and graduate students preparing them for lives rooted in intellectual inquiry, ethical values, and a commitment to engage as leaders and responsible citizens of the world. Central to our mission, Doane University actively works to create and sustain a welcoming learning community for all members to fulfill their potential, feel valued, and make meaningful contributions to the university. Doane University is an equal opportunity employer and seeks candidates who reflect the diversity of our society.
Apply at www.doane.edu/jobs with a cover letter,curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin November 1, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled.

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