BI Norwegian Business School invites applicants for a fixed term four-year Postdoctoral Fellowship in any of its core management and business fields, including marketing, strategy, communication, organizational behavior, law, accounting, economics and finance. The postdoctoral fellow will work with teams of researchers at the relevant academic department where the successful candidate will be hired.
BI Norwegian Business School
The research at BI Norwegian Business School is organized in eight separate departments. The school has an international profile, and BI’s faculty cooperates extensively internationally and BI has student exchange agreements with more than 170 institutions in 45 different countries. For more information, please visit http://www.bi.edu.
BI Norwegian Business School now has vacant Postdoctoral Fellowship positions with duration of four years. The postdoctoral fellow will work with teams of researchers at the relevant academic department where the successful candidate will be hired. The objective of the position is to strengthen research, and to give researchers/scholars holding a doctoral degree the opportunity for experience within academic fields that is relevant for future qualifications.
In compliance with BI’s ambition of becoming one of the leading business schools in Europe, we seek a candidate who can produce high-level research and publications at the international levels.
Applicants must hold a PhD degree in relevant fields for BI Norwegian Business School, such as marketing, strategy, communication, organizational behaviour, law, accounting, economics and finance. The doctoral thesis must be submitted for evaluation by the closing date for application. It is a pre-requisite that one has successfully defended the PhD prior to commencing the position. The candidates will be evaluated based on an overall assessment of skills, knowledge and suitability for the position.
In the assessment the following criteria will be emphasised:
We are looking for candidates with strong research capabilities and ambitions to advance their field with publications in leading international journals. Teaching responsibilities on agreement.
The position offers for the time being, membership of the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund (SPK).
Salary on agreement. The School also has a bonus-system for publications in selected journals.
Application and documentation
Applicants have to submit their job-market paper, a resume and work-in-progress abstracts, which reflect their area of research interest. In addition, applicants should submit an updated CV (including a complete list of publications, doctoral courses taken with grades, and preferably teaching evaluations). Two reference letters must also be submitted.
Please indicate clearly which Academic Department you would like to be affiliated with if offered a position.
The relevant Department Council will evaluate the project proposal and their recommendation will be sent to the Provost for research and academic resources, for a final decision. Applicants may be called for an interview or seminar presentation. The position will only be filled if qualified candidates are identified.
Start date is subject to agreement, preferably no later than December 21st 2020.
Contact Anne Hagberg, Administrative Manager for Research and Academic Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org, for further information.