The EMAC is pleased to announce its 13th job market at the EMAC 48th Annual Conference in Hamburg, Germany.
The job market is dedicated to researchers (PhDs and PhD candidates, assistant professors, associate and full professors), whose research is concerned with the field of marketing. The main goal is to manage and diffuse the relevant information concerning higher education and research institutions and young researchers in order to lower the cost of creating a good match.
Interested Institutions (universities, research institutions, and private companies) have the opportunity to post on this web site a brief description of their open positions.
This may be a good time to post job vacancies in anticipation of the upcoming EMAC conference. Please post your vacancies on http://www.eiasm.org/JMW/site/default.asp?jobmarket_textid=9 and indicate in the procedure for application whether you will interview at the conference. If you do not have an EIASM profile, you will need to create one to be able to post (free). The job market is an important step towards better placement and hiring of candidates.
Interested candidates are required either to hold a PhD or to be close to defending their PhD dissertation. In order to register, candidates should specify the name of their institution, the date of expected graduation, their fields of interest, and a downloadable CV (PDF format), which should include names and addresses of at least three references. Candidates are also expected to post their job market papers and strongly encouraged to build a personal web page.
A list of positions can be found at http://www.eiasm.org/JMW/site/default.asp?jobmarket_textid=9. The EMAC job market works by candidates emailing schools directly (please use the email address provided under “job openings” in the first instance). If the school is interested in discussing particulars, please follow up and arrange for a suitable time and location any time during the conference.
Demands and applications can be in any area of the business academic community.
Candidates and institutions have to register to the conference through the conference website to take part in the job market.
When you apply for a position, you have the opportunity to select your preferred time for the interview. Please select it only in the time periods indicated above.
The Job market sessions are scheduled as follows:
|Wed, May 29||9am-4pm|
|Thu, May 30||9am-4pm|
|Fri, May 31||9am-4pm|
No interviews will be held outside these sessions.
For any question, please contact Anne-Laure Marteaux at email@example.com