The Faculty of Law, Economics, and Finance (FDEF) of the University of Luxembourg has an opening for an Associate Professor (promotion track) in Business Analytics with a Specialization in Marketing Analytics.
The position at the Associate Professor level follows University of Luxembourg’s promotion-track career scheme and a possibility of promotion will be given after 5 years upon positive evaluation.
The University is looking for an Associate Professor (Promotion Track to Full Professor) in Business Analytics with a Specialization in Marketing Analytics, who will conduct impactful research leading to publication in leading business and marketing journals, deliver strong teaching experience, contribute to study program development, and acquire external research funding through active engagement with industry.
While the selected candidate will have strong knowledge and research interests in Marketing Analytics, applicants should be able to cover a breadth of business analytics courses and topics.
Experienced in the management, analysis and interpretation of business data and proficient Proficiency with tools and software used for business analytics (such as R, Python, SQL ), the selected candidate will take part in the teaching activities of the FDEF and provide reliable, high-quality service at the Bachelor, Master and PhD levels.
Regarding the teaching portfolio, a broad knowledge of applied business analytics is preferred, as the teaching needs in the existing programs are diverse, potentially including courses such as Introductory Data Analytics, Data Management and Visualization, Predictive and prescriptive Analytics, Marketing Analytics, Customer Analytics
The selected candidate will be an already established scholar with strong background, knowledge and interests in applied business and marketing analytics.
With a demonstrated ability to perform and administer high quality scientific research leading to top-publications, the selected candidate will create increased research expertise, international visibility and joint publication opportunities for the Department of Economics and Management.
The selected candidate will also be willing to collaborate with internal and external stakeholders and partners, to acquire external funding from national and European research funding agencies as well as from private sources through industry engagement and partnerships.
The University staff is strongly encouraged to learn the third official language of the University of Luxembourg, by giving free access to language course to reach this goal
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