We are seeking outstanding candidates with an interest in the use of data-science, computational, and quantitative methods in economics. We will consider any field associated with those methods, but special consideration will be given for those in applied macroeconomics. Having some Julia experience to help us build up research capacity for our grad students would be a big plus for a candidate.
See the posting at EJM - Econ Job Market
Of course, don’t hesitate to apply for both the post-doc and an assistant professor job, as you could potentially delay taking other jobs by a year to do a post-doc