City of Vienna Endowed Professorship in Marketing Management

Marketing Management Professorship Position

Endowed Professorship in Marketing Management (m/f/u)

Basis: full-time (40 hrs per week)


funded by the City of Vienna MA23 (Municipal Department for Economy, Labor and Statistics

beginning in June 2021 with a duration of employment of 5 years with the option of a further extension period.

Description / Your Position

The position comprises teaching, research and administration.

Teaching (80%) includes:

    • design of new courses in the fields of International, Diversity and Digital Marketing
    • supervision of at least one “Student Consultancy Project” per academic year
    • supervision of bachelor and master theses
    • contribution to the further curricular development of the LBS study programs
    • quality assurance in the field of marketing in collaboration with the directors of study and the quality department
    • participation in the course “From Teaching to Learning” offered by the FHK
    • internationalization activities (planning activities for an international summer school, residence at a partner university in Israel)

Research (15%) includes:

    • science-economic cooperation in the course of the “LBS Innovation Center”
    • research activities within the LBS faculty as well as with other higher education institutions
    • publishing of research results
    • recruitment of a graduate research assistant (LBS master’s student)

Administration (5%) includes:

    • general administrative tasks

Qualifications / Your Profile

    • Completed PhD/Doctorate in the field of Marketing
    • Scientific specialization in at least one of the three following fields and teaching experience in at least two of the three following fields:
      • Global economy and international marketing,
      • Cultural diversity and diversity marketing,
      • Marketing analytics and digital marketing
    • Several years of experience in teaching and research in post-secondary educational institutions
    • Evidence of pedagogic-didactic abilities
    • Experience in designing and organizing courses
    • Experience in teaching a highly diverse student body and supervising Bachelor and Master Theses
    • Language Skills:
      • Excellent command of English (C1-C2)
      • Excellent command of German (C1-C2)
      • Knowledge of other languages is an advantage
    • Computer Skills:
      • Proficient MS-Office skills
      • Proficient skills in statistical software (e.g. SPSS)
    • Competences in applied marketing research
    • Experience in scientific collaboration and business cooperation
    • Experience in acquiring third-party funds would be advantageous

The Lauder Business School expects the successful candidate to fulfill administrative tasks, in particular concerning the administration of teaching.

Special Requirements / Additional Expertise

    • Proven qualification in marketing education
    • Ability and preference of working in a team
    • Communication and organizational skills
    • Social competence to teach an extremely diverse and international student body

Our Offer

    • Attractive working conditions in a city with a high quality of life
    • Position with a great entrepreneurial latitude in a motivated and supporting team
    • Pleasant work environment on a historic campus offering lunch in a kosher Mensa
    • Harmonious work-life balance
    • Competitive salary

Your Salary

The Lauder Business School is not subject to any collective agreement. A monthly gross salary of € 3.650,00 (full-time basis) is foreseen for this position.

How to Apply

Send your application to by April 15, 2021 at the latest.

Application documents should include:

  1. Letter of Motivation (max. 2 pages)
  2. CV and degree certificates/transcripts
  3. Proof of teaching experience (with evaluation results, if available)
  4. List of publications and list of research projects, preferably with specification of third-party funding (if available)

The Lauder Business School does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview meeting, processing or training).

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

The Lauder Business School pursues a non-discriminatory employment policy and values equal opportunities, as well as diversity and lays special emphasis on increasing the number of women in senior and in academic positions. Given equal qualifications, preference will be given to female applicants.



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