International recruitment involves the recruitment of faculty members at the Graduate School of Business from the international labour market, with internationally recognised PhDs, teaching experience and significant research potential.
Candidates are competitively selected and invited to work initially for up to three years. At the end of the three-year period, performance is assessed and a recommendation is made as to whether the employment contract can be renewed. When deciding on the conclusion of a new employment contract, international specialists are required to publish the results of their research work in professional international journals and to contribute to the development of the programmes of the Graduate School of Business.
To provide our students with international experience on campus, we implement a broad strategy of attracting international faculty in the formats of tenure-based employment, affiliated staff, post-doctoral fellowships and visiting professorship and lectureship.
Currently we have the following Tenure Track openings:
- Assistant / Associate / Full Professor in Organisational Behaviour/Human Resource Management
- Assistant / Associate / Full Professor in Strategy/International Management
- Assistant / Associate / Full Professor in Operations and Supply Chain Management
Interested applicants should send the following application materials electronically to email@example.com:
- a cover letter and a curriculum vitae (including a list of publications in peer-reviewed journals),
- a brief research and teaching statement,
- a recently published research paper,
- reference letters from two referees,
- a record of teaching effectiveness (if applicable).
More on international recruiting - https://iri.hse.ru
Selected applicants will be invited to register for an interview. If you have any questions, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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