Senior Lecturer/Reader in Corporate Finance and/or Banking

Glasgow (GB)
06 Oct 2016
End of advertisement period
03 Nov 2016
Contract Type
Full Time

Adam Smith Business School

The University of Glasgow, a member of the Russell Group of leading UK research-intensive universities, is making further investment in the Adam Smith Business School to enhance its international standing in research and teaching.

Senior Lecturer/Reader in Corporate Finance and/or Banking  
Ref: 014191
Grade 9: £49,230 - £55,389

You will provide academic leadership in the field of Corporate Finance and/or Banking in Accounting and Finance by undertaking research of international excellence in line with the School/College research strategy, making a substantial contribution to teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level and undertaking School, College and, where appropriate, University administrative responsibilities.

In addition to satisfying the criteria applicable to Senior Lecturer applicants if applying for Readership, you must meet 3 of criteria from the following:

A sustained record of scholarly output over career to date which includes at least 4 outputs in the most recent 6 year period. At least 2 of these outputs should meet the REF criteria for 4*.

Principal Investigator or key contributor (as recognised by PAF fractional ownership) on current RCUK, EU and / or other peer- reviewed grants. Sustained research income over several years in excess of the Russell Group median for the discipline.

Sustained PGR supervision over several years in excess of the Russell Group median for the discipline.

A sustained track record in applying research-based knowledge to improve performance / outputs through interactions with private, public, cultural and/ or third sectors.

A sustained track record in public and / or cultural engagement.

A sustained collaboration with external partner(s), evidenced e.g. by contract, licence, consultancy or income (including provision of services, co-production, co- authorship etc.)

Strong links with regulatory, advisory and / or professional bodies allied to practitioners / service providers and professional practice in subject-specific sectors.

Application of knowledge to improve public sector performance and quality of life by informing public / government policy, public opinion and/ or public services.

Significant contribution to the activities and outcomes of a Glasgow University funded network evidenced through the generation of 4* output (including publications, environment, impact case studies and/or demonstrable international recognition).

Evidence of emerging knowledge exchange activity in overseas territories or with international organisations.

It is anticipated that interviews will be held on 16 January 2017.

Informal enquiries may be raised with:
• Professor John Finch, Head of School (email:
• Professor John McKernan, Head of Subject – Accounting and Finance

Apply online at

Closing date: 13 November 2016.

Further information is also available at

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