Full-Time Asia Pacific Institute seeking for Associate and Assistant Professors at Delhi
Asia Pacific Institute of Management (AIM) is a premier B-School of India engaged in education, training, research and consultancy in the area of management. It is led by eminent faculty members with experience in premier academic institutions of the country.
The Institute offers an intellectually stimulating and vibrant environment where faculty members can flourish in their professional pursuits. The Institute is looking for Professors.
Asia Pacific Institute hiring for Associate and Assistant Professors at Delhi
* Associate Professors
* Assistant Professors
Departments: In the areas of: HR/OB, Marketing, Economics, QT/OR, and Business Communication & IB
The desired profile for prospective candidate is as follows:
• A first-class Master’s Degree/ Website: www.asiapacific.edu / PGDM with PhD in the related area from reputed institute/university with minimum 5-10 years of academic/industry exp.
• Outstanding academic research and publications preferably in high-impact referred journals and books etc.
• Candidates pursuing a PhD degree in management from a reputed university/ institution are also eligible.
– The above positions carry lucrative pay package and will not be a constraint for deserving candidates.
Interested candidates may submit their resume with a cover letter clearly specifying their area of subject in soft copy to: firstname.lastname@example.org within 10 days.
3 & 4 Institutional Area,
Jasola New Delhi 110 025,
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