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The Economics Department at Stonehill College invites applications for a tenure-track macroeconomist position beginning in Fall 2023. The successful candidate must be committed to excellence in teaching undergraduates, especially Intermediate Macroeconomics, Microeconomic Principles, and Macroeconomic Principles. That person must show clear potential for scholarly contributions; a record of accomplishment is desirable. Relevant experience in teaching International Finance, or other electives that complement our department’s existing strengths, is helpful.

Responsibilities include a 3-3 teaching load, research and professional activity, advising, and service. Faculty development support is available, including startup funds and an early career course release.

Applicants should have a Ph.D. in hand, or verifiably expect to defend by July 2023. We prefer candidates with research in macroeconomics with an empirical component, experience teaching as the instructor of record, and a demonstrated interest in the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice in education.

The Economics Department offers a B.A. and is housed in Stonehill’s Meehan School of Business, alongside the College’s AACSB-accredited undergraduate business programs.

Stonehill is a Catholic college located between Boston and Providence whose mission includes commitments to fostering social justice and pursuing intellectual inquiry. With a 13:1 student-to-faculty ratio, the College engages 2,500+ students in rigorous academic programs in the liberal arts, sciences, and pre-professional fields. Stonehill College is an equal opportunity employer that values the diversity of persons, opinions, and cultural and religious perspectives. We welcome applications from women, members of traditionally underrepresented ethnic and racial groups in the U.S., and others who will enrich the diversity of our department and campus community.

Interested candidates should submit
1) cover letter,
2) CV,
3) statement of teaching philosophy,
4) evidence of teaching effectiveness, especially in one’s own courses,
5) job market paper,
6) graduate school transcript (unofficial copy acceptable with initial application) and
7) names and contact information of three references; each will be prompted to submit a letter.
At least one letter should address teaching. Candidates are encouraged to address their commitment to, and/or experiences with, creating a diverse and inclusive environment fostering student success in their cover letter and teaching statement, and may optionally submit a diversity statement. To ensure full consideration, complete applications should be received by November 15, 2022, at, with reasonable flexibility for some supporting documentation. First-round interviews will be held virtually in early January.

Technical inquiries should be sent to; substantive ones to the department chair: Akira Motomura,

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