Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
The School of Management (Escuela de Administración) at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (in the city of Santiago) invites applications for two full-time tenure-track positions at the Assistant or Associate Professor levels in any relevant area of Marketing. The starting date would be January or August 2021. Knowledge of Spanish is NOT required.
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile ranks #1 in the 2020 QS University Ranking for Latin America, and #127 in the 2020 QS Global World Ranking. The School of Management has international accreditations by AACSB and EFMD (EQUIS), is ranked between positions 51 and 100 in QS Global University Rankings for Business & Management Studies, and has about 3,000 students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs –including Executive Education programs. The Executive MBA program offered by the School of Management is consistently ranked first in Latin America according to the QS Executive MBA Ranking 2020.
The School of Management is strongly committed to fostering a high-quality research environment, supported by:
The successful candidate will be a member of the most important school of management in Chile. As such, he or she will benefit from the School’s leadership position as Chile’s principal training institution for business students, with high-quality programs and research centers in various areas of management and applied economics.
The ideal candidate should have:
Qualified candidates with expertise and interest in any marketing area are encouraged to apply, and should include the following as part of their application package:
Please submit all documents in an e-mail to Prof. Andrés Elberg at firstname.lastname@example.org (research profile) and Prof. Ricardo Montoya at email@example.com (research profile). Review of applications will begin on August 1st, 2020 but will continue until the positions are filled. Interviews will be conducted online, starting from August 18, the date at which the 2020 AMA Summer Academic Conference begins.