HHL is a university-level institution and ranks amongst the leading international business schools worldwide. Its goal is to educate effective, responsible, and entrepreneurial business leaders through outstanding teaching, research and practice. HHL stands out for its excellent teaching, its clear research focus, its effective knowledge transfer into practice as well as its outstanding student services and its strong international focus with more than 135 partner universities worldwide. Its research and teaching approach is defined by the principles of effectiveness, responsibility, and innovation from a global perspective.
HHL is an innovative employer with flat hierarchies, many different working time models and interdisciplinary cooperation. We will support you in the reconciliation of family and work and provide an excellent working environment. Since we put emphasis on long-term employment relationships, we try to offer our employees the opportunity to continually develop professionally and personally. We invite you to become a part of our successful and motivated team.
If you wish to apply for a teaching position, you can submit your application along with the usual supporting documents (cover letter, CV and list of publications) in electronic form to email@example.com, attention of the Dean of HHL, Prof. Dr. Stephan Stubner. HHL has set a priority of increasing the number of international scholars among its faculty. It actively pursues a policy of diversity and gender equality in all areas of its activities. Applicants should possess a superior doctoral degree in the relevant area, the potential to develop an internationally recognized research reputation within the relevant field and a strong potential for publications in leading national and international academic journals. The successful candidate is expected to prove an outstanding teaching ability, a track record of research funding as well as be fluent in English and German. Finally, you should have a strong commitment to working across disciplinary boundaries, and to collaborate in terms of teaching and research with colleagues at HHL.