Program of Emerging Industries Studies at the College of Management, National Chi-Nan University
in Taiwan is seeking applications for one full time position in Management. Candidates on all related
fields of management and business administration are welcome. The appointment begins in September
2016, through August 2017, and can be extended. The position is open to all ranks. English native
speakers are especially welcome to apply.
Required teaching load is 15 hours per week for applicants with doctoral degree. Administrative
support is required, including designing English learning materials on the underlining fields, teaching
and promoting related academic programs, etc.
III. JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
For appointment at the assistant professor level or above, applicants should have a Ph. D degree or
expect to complete a Ph.D. in the near future, and should demonstrate the potential for sound
achievements in teaching or research.
Candidates are invited to send:
English Curriculum Vitae, English Autobiography, photocopy of graduate transcript, Photocopy of
diploma (notarized by ROC representative offices abroad for a degree obtained abroad), list of teaching
records, list of publications within five years, and other supporting documents. Deadline for
application is by the end of February, 2016.
No.1, Daxue Rd., Puli Township, Nantou County 545, Taiwan, National Chi-Nan University. The
selection process will continue until the position is filled.
THE PROGRAM: The Emerging Industries Studies offers excellent doctoral program, and is
nationally acclaimed in research and teaching. For more information about the doctoral program, see:
THE UNIVERSITY: National Chi-Nan University (NCNU) is a national-supported institution, located
in Puli, Nantou County, the very center of Taiwan. NCNU offers 21 Bachelor’s, 34 Master’s and 15
Doctoral Programs. There are currently 6527 students enrolled and 246 full-time faculty members with
nearly 400 International students. The university serves a culturally-diverse student population. For
more information about the National Chi-Nan University, see: http://www.ncnu.edu.tw/