Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor of the Practice, or Professor of the Practice in Real Estate
- Real Estate Finance
- Real Estate Development
Brandeis University's International Business School invites applications for a teaching/administrative position in real estate which can be filled as a Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor of the Practice, or Professor of the Practice, beginning January 2016. The initial appointment will be for three years. The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree (or higher), a minimum of 20 years of experience in real estate finance or development, and university teaching experience. Candidates should send a resume, contact information for at least three professional references, teaching evaluations (if applicable), and a letter expressing interest to Edward Bayone, Earle W. Kazis Professor of the Practice of Finance and International Real Estate, at email@example.com
Explanation of the Position Types:
Professors of the Practice have reputations as outstanding practitioners who have achieved national recognition by their professional peers. Typically, they have served in executive roles with broad management responsibilities and access to the CEO or board of directors at prominent real estate firms or major financial institutions. They often have had leadership positions in national trade associations and experience as featured speakers on industry panels.
Associate Professors of the Practice have well-established credentials in their field who have achieved regional recognition by their professional peers. Typically, they have served in senior roles with management responsibilities and access to executive management at prominent real estate firms or major financial institutions.
Senior Lecturers have well-established credentials in their field with experience at prominent real estate firms or major financial institutions and access to their senior management.
Six full-semester courses (or equivalents) taught during the academic year with no administrative responsibilities, or five full-semester courses with administrative responsibilities (see the next section). At least two of the courses taught at the undergraduate level; the balance at the graduate level.
Within one year, the candidate will be expected to assume responsibility as the Head of the Real Estate Specialization, responsible for representing it to alumni, donors, outside firms, and the graduate school’s board of overseers. In addition, organize at least one event each year.
Identify outside speakers, internships, field projects, and full-time job openings for our students. Advise the student-led club. Work with program heads to deliver courses that meet the needs of our students.
August 1, 2015 is the priority deadline, although applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Brandeis University is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a culturally diverse intellectual community and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities.