|● Type of job|
|Commencement date of work|
|Type of vacancies|
|Open rank: Professor, Associate Professor or Lecturer.|
|Department in charge|
|Modern Japanese Economy (taught in Japanese); The candidate is also expected to take in charge of a number of other lecture, e.g., Modern Japanese Economy related (taught in English), and seminar courses.|
|Number of persons to be employed|
|One full-time (tenured) position|
|Specialist in a field of Modern Japanese Economy|
|● How to apply|
|The candidate is required to have a Ph.D. In exceptional cases, a candidate without a Ph.D. may also be considered if the applicant has an equivalent level of knowledge and has demonstrated research and professional experience.|
|(1) Curriculum vitae with a photo and email address.
(2) List of publications.
(3) Reprints or copies of three publications. (Indicate the most important of the three with a circle in the list of publications.)
(4) One reference.
(5) An outline and syllabus for a lecture class on “Modern Japanese Economy.” There should be a total of 30 class sessions (90 minutes each). For samples of syllabi, see the following link: https://campus.meijigakuin.ac.jp/campus/syllabus/search/SyllabusInfo.do?nendo=2012&kogikey=12MF20400
Candidates must use a standardized form for items 1) and 2). You can download the form from the following links: /personnel/faculty_member_log/attachment/entry-7.doc
|Applications must arrive by 2012.10.31|
|Please submit your application form to:|
|All the above materials must be sent in one package that is with marked “Application for Modern Japanese Economy” in red letters on the front. Application materials will not in principle be returned.
The package should be sent to the following address by registered mail or an international courier service:
Professor Shigeki Takeo
Dean, Faculty of International Studies
Meiji Gakuin University
1518 Kamikurata-cho, Totsuka-ku,
Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa, 244-8539 Japan
※Notice of acceptance of the documents will be sent by e-mail.
|Interview. Shortlisted candidates may be asked to give a demonstration class.|
|For further information, please contact the Faculty of International Studies Office at: email@example.com|