Lecturer in Accounting and Taxation
- Do you possess a PhD or other relevant qualifications commensurate with the role?
- Are you an active researcher and enthusiastic teacher?
- Do you hold a record of scholarly research and publication and/or creative work?
Mō Te Herenga Waka - About our University
Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington is a global-civic university with our marae at our heart. This iho draws off our heritage and is further defined by our tūrangawaewae, in particular Wellington, Aotearoa, and the Asia-Pacific, all of which are expressed in our position as Aotearoa New Zealand's globally ranked capital city university.
Our core ethical values are respect, responsibility, fairness, integrity, and empathy. These core ethical values are demonstrated in our commitment to sustainability, wellbeing, inclusivity, equity, diversity, collegiality, and openness. With, and as, tangata whenua, we value Te Tiriti o Waitangi, rangatiratanga, manaakitanga, kaitiakitanga, whai mātauranga, whanaungatanga, and akoranga.
Kōrero mō te tūranga - About the role
Te Herenga Waka - Victoria University of Wellington is currently recruiting a Lecturer to teach Taxation, to join the School of Accounting and Commercial Law at the Wellington School of Business and Government.
The role will involve teaching courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, as well as developing an independent research agenda and supervising research students. The successful applicant is also expected to assist with the development of programme curriculum and to take on appropriate service roles in contribution to the effective administration and management of the School.
Ō pūmanawa - About you
The incumbent will be an active researcher and enthusiastic teacher, with a record of peer-reviewed journal publications commensurate with the level of appointment. As well as teaching Taxation, the successful candidate will also be expected to teach Accounting. Experience in establishing successful relationships with professional and practitioner groups would also be desirable.
Applicants should have a PhD. However, applicants who are close to completing their PhD will also be considered.
Ētahi kōrero hai āwhina i a koe - Why you should join our team
The School of Accounting and Commercial Law is part of the Wellington School of Business and Government, which is among just 110 business schools worldwide that hold the 'triple crown' of international accreditations of the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS), Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the Association of MBAs (AMBA). We are among a select group of business schools worldwide and one of only two in Australasia to have achieved dual AACSB accreditation in business and accounting. We also have accreditations with major professional accounting organisations, including Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, CPA Australia, ACCA and CIMA.
Contact details for vacancy: If you have any questions regarding this role please get in touch with A/Prof Jessica Lai, Head of School, School of Accounting and Commercial Law at firstname.lastname@example.org, with a copy to Marita Lotz, School Manager, at email@example.com but applicants should follow all steps listed below.
Important - Application steps and information
For applicants who are not NZ Citizens or Permanent Residents, we recommend you check the NZ Immigration website for updates related to Covid19 restrictions on entry to New Zealand: https://www.immigration.govt.nz/about-us/covid-19
Download and complete the University Application Form.
Click the apply now button, follow the process to enter your contact details and add your CV in the online form.
Please include a cover letter in your application, telling us why you're a great fit for this position then email the completed application form, cover letter and any other supporting documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the reference number and position title from the advert in the subject line.
Applications close Wednesday, 1 June 2022.