- Independent research activities in a young, dynamic, and international team
- Collaborative working environment with a high degree of personal responsibility
- Flexible working hours
- Participation at international conferences and workshops
- Strong support in developing research methods, data science skills, and completing your dissertation in accounting
- High personal motivation and responsible work ethics
- Keen interest in learning how to work scientifically as a base for an academic or professional career
- Excellent marks in your diploma, licentiate, or master studies in business, economics, or related fields
- Excellent understanding in financial reporting, financial analysis, and/or international accounting
- Strong existing computer skills with MS Office; the competent use of a statistical software (e.g. STATA, R, or Python) will be expected throughout the program
- Strong English spoken and written communication skills
The Chair of Accounting is specialized in research topics related to international accounting and financial reporting primarily using empirical archival research designs. The tasks of the position include but are not limited to teaching assistance in the English track of the programme for the Master of Accounting and Corporate Finance (MACFin) and executive education courses, administrative support of the Chair’s activities (e.g., organisation of conferences, workshops), potential collaborations with industry.
Your application package should include a letter of motivation, CV, all university certificates including grades, a copy of your Bachelor/Master Thesis, reference letters from previous employers, internships etc.
For more information, please visit our website https://aca.unisg.ch/en/areas/tami-dinh/We are looking forward to your online-application.
For job-related questions
Prof. Dr. Tami Dinh
Full Professor of Accounting / Director
Carolina NäfBack Office
Tel.: +41 71 224 74 09
University of St.Gallen
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