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01-10
2020

Center for Higher Education Research (CHER) Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) Faculty Positions Available

Tenture Track

Founded in June 2015, Center for Higher Education Research (CHER) is a teaching and research institute attached to the School of Humanities and Social Sciences of Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech). CHER seeks candidates for Teaching and Research positions in higher education with particular focus in the areas of College Student Development, Higher Education Evaluation, Higher Education of Engineering and Institutional Research. We are open to international candidates.

Qualifications:

  1. A PhDdegree in Higher Education or related fields;
  2. Degree awarded or employed in a top university;
  3. Knowing Chinese higher education;
  4. Capacity in scientific research methods (quantitative or/and qualitative);
  5. Capacity in teaching and academic writing in English.

Successful candidates must abide by the Constitution of the People’s Republic of China, Chinese laws and regulations, agree with the school-running philosophy of SUSTech, and have no poor records in academic ethics and moral qualities.

Candidates can apply for Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor accordingly. Candidates with a doctorate degree less than five years and insufficient academic achievements can apply for the postdoctoral position.

CHER offers successful candidates a high competitive package of salaries and housing benefits provided by SUSTech. Candidate meets the requirements of introducing high-level personnel in Shenzhen can also apply for the compensation offered by Shenzhen Municipal Government. Children of successful candidates can apply to study in SUSTech Kindergarten and schools.

Qualified applicants should submit a CV and up to 5 academic papers via cher@sustech.edu.cn to Miss Xiao, with the email subject of “name+position”. We will keep your information private.

The ideal start day is today.

CHER welcomes applications from all who would bring vitality and variety to higher education research.