Louvain School of Management – Research and Teaching Assistant Full-time Position (PhD-track position) – Accounting & Finance department – Position 50029223 – Mons campus (UCLouvain FUCaM Mons)
Teaching activities (about 50%)
The position is associated with teaching-support activities in the field of finance, accounting, audit, and taxation. The teaching duties are related to both the Bachelor level (basic courses) and the Master level (advanced courses); part of them might refer to evening courses (part-time programs). The main duties will take place on the Mons campus, but some activities might take place on other campuses (e.g., Charleroi).
The successful candidate will be in charge of practical sessions in basic and advanced courses and will provide assistance for these courses (remediation and business hours for students, group composition, group project monitoring, preparation and grading of exams…). The teaching duties might also include administrative work (related to the organization of the courses, practical sessions, assignments, and exams).
Although the main teaching duties will be associated with courses within the accounting & finance department, the successful candidate might also take in charge teaching-support activities for interdisciplinary courses or basic courses in other fields.
Research activities (about 50%)
The successful candidate will undertake a doctoral research and register for the PhD program in Management Sciences.
Depending on the PhD supervisor the successful candidate will choose to work with, he/she will achieve his/her research activities within either the Louvain Finance (LFIN) Research Center (part of the Louvain Institute of Data Analysis and Modeling in economics and statistics (LIDAM)) or the Louvain Research Institute in Management and Organizations (LouRIM).
Any candidate is invited to provide a preliminary research project when submitting his/her application.
- Master degree (120 credits) in management sciences, business engineering, economics, or equivalent obtained with “Honors” (min 70%) by September 2022
- Team working skills
- Research and teaching skills/interests
- Strong writing and oral communication skills
- Programming skills, data management skills, or econometrics skills are considered as an asset
- Languages: French and English; the knowledge of English is considered as an asset