During your PhD, you’re not just learning about your research topic. You’re also learning core skills that apply to jobs both in and out of academia.
Ton Duc Thang University (TDTU) is recruiting new faculty members with Doctoral degree in all fields. Especially, we are looking for candidates in the following fields: Informetrics (scientometrics, bibliometrics, information science, science of science policy), Geographic information system, Environment, Information technology, Mathematics & Statistics, Economics, Management (Sport, Marketing, Hospitality, International Business), Social Sciences, Law and Pharmacy, Civil Engineering, Industrial Fine Arts, Electronics, Finance and Banking, Accounting, Labor Relations and Trade Unions, Foreign Language,…
Candidates can either be foreigners or Overseas Vietnamese ones. The positions are available on a long-term (at least 12 months) basis with the following conditions:
1.1. Teaching: Scholars and experts are expected to teach at least 02 school subjects with required teaching hours as follows: Lecturer: 12 hours/week; Assistant/Associate Professor: 09 hours/week; Professor: 06 hours/week. One hour is equivalent to 60 minutes.
1.2. Research: Lecturer: at least one paper/year in peer-reviewed journals (English only) published by prestigious publishers and/or institutions; Assistant Professor: one main-author paper/year in journals indexed by Scopus; Associate Professor/Professor: one main-author paper/year in high-impact journals indexed by ISI (Clarivate). Monetary award will be given to papers beyond the minimal required one.
1.3. Service: Services with compensation (extra pay or reduction of teaching load) include first level administration position, Head of the department or Dean of the faculty (if needed). Services without compensation include: curriculum plan/design/revision, slides and teaching materials preparation; internship arrangement, student employment support, recruitment of international students for the department/faculty; industrial connection to seek projects and fund; student affairs, international affairs, organizing or supporting conferences; searching for scholarships for lecturers and students, establishing research group, finding and introducing scholars and experts to work for the faculty, etc.
Every year, foreign scholars and experts receive performance evaluation from students, departments and the university. Based on the evaluation results of teaching, research and service, an extension of contract or salary increase will be determined.
2.1. For scholars and experts working under long-term contract (at least 12 months):
2.2. For scholars and experts working under short-term contracts or visiting scholars:
The positions are available for all candidates regardless their nationalities and on a long-term (at least 12 months) basis with the following conditions:
1. Cover letter;
2. Resumé with up-to-date education background, work experience and academic activities. It is noted that only applications with good research-track records are considered; the following references should be taken into account:
3. Diploma(s) and certificate(s);
4. Two recommendation letters; one from previous employer or professional colleagues, and the other from personal friends;
5. Academic Promotion letter (if any).
Standards and procedure for professorial appointment and promotion can be found at TDTU Procedure and Standards (http://demasted.tdtu.edu.vn/index.php/en/vacancies/362-procedure-and-standards-for-professorial-appointment-and-promotion-at-the-ton-duc-thang-university).
To apply or to seek further information, please contact:
Office of Research Affairs, Ton Duc Thang University
Address: A303, 19 Nguyen Huu Tho Street, Tan Phong Ward, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Phone number: +84 8 37755037; Fax: +84 8 37755055
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Dr. Ut V. Le, Director)
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