Job: University Luiss Guido Carli
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Call for Visiting Professors
Visiting Research and Teaching Positions Available at University Luiss Guido Carli, in Rome – Spring 2008 & Fall 2008
University Luiss Guido Carli is a small and prestigious University conveniently located in the centre of Rome. The University focuses on Social Sciences and offers programmes in Law, Economics, Business and Political Sciences, at all the degrees considered in the Italian University Law (B.A., M.A and Doctorates). We invite applications for Visiting Teaching and Research Positions: Applications can be made for either:
- One semester appointments: this will usually require the visiting professor to teach one or two classes (in English) in either one B.A program or/and at the Master or Doctoral level (approximately 30-hour each).In addition, the visiting person will be asked to give one seminar to the faculty and to be full time devoted to research and academic activities at the University.
- Short-term appointments: these may range from 4 to 6 weeks and will include a teaching load (in English) of approximately 20-25 hours at either B.A. or MBA level or 10-15 at Doctoral level. In addition, the visiting person will be asked to give one seminar and to be full time devoted to research and academic activities at the University.
Although a limited number of positions for short term appointments will be offered, preference will be given to applicants wishing to stay one entire semester.
Applications for a two-semester term will also be considered for candidates wishing to spend a sabbatical year at Luiss (or who just completed a Ph.D. program).
Teaching periods at Luiss go from late September to Christmas and from late February to Mid May. The salary range for a one semester stay with two teaching assignments (approximately 60 hours) will be in between 15,000 and 40,000 Euro (gross), depending upon the status and recent research activities of the applicant. The salary for short term appointments will be decided on a case by case basis.
All applications for Spring 2008 and Fall 2008 must be received by the end of May 2007). They should include a detailed cv and indicate the semester of interest.
The selected applicants will be notified by the Mid 2007.
Applications (preferably via email) may be addressed to: Ms. Simona Marrone
International Staff Relations
University LUISS Guido Carli, Via Oreste Tommasini 1, 00162 Rome
For more information on the University or the programme you may visit the LUISS web site at http://www.luiss.it/english_version/relint_docenti/visiting/call_fall2008.html or contact Alberto Marcati, professor of Marketing, at email@example.com