The Department of Mathematics advertises tenured, tenure-track, and post-doctoral level assistant professorships on its positions available webpage. The Mathematical Finance program strongly encourages applicants with research background in probability theory, mathematical finance, or computational finance to apply. Please notify Professors Paul Feehan (feehan (at) rci.rutgers.edu) or Dan Ocone (ocone (at) math.rutgers.edu) of your application, so we can bring it to the attention of the hiring committee of the Department of Mathematics.
Please be certain that your recommenders understand that they can not email letters of recommendation to Professors Ocone or Feehan: they must submit their letters using MathJobs which you should also use to submit your application online, indicating your primary research area of interest as Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes, area 60 in the AMS classification.
Please consult our hiring statement for additional information.
We employ two or three assistants on an hourly basis or one on a part-time basis to assist us with all aspects of maintaining the Mathematical Finance program website.
Web assistants employed on an hourly basis have flexible hours and may work remotely at any location and any time; a minimum commitment of 5 hours/week is expected, with a maximum of 15 hours/week.
Web assistants employed on a part-time basis work during regular business hours in the Department of Mathematics; a minimum commitment of 5 hours/week is expected, with a maximum of 20 hours/week.
The positions are often filled by students who wish to supplement or replace a teaching or research assistantship.
A candidate's qualfications should align with one of the following combinations of skill sets: