Teaching Fellow/Senior Teaching Fellow in Accounting and Finance
The Department of Accounting and Finance - part of the University of Bristol School of Economics, Finance and Management - invites applications for a number of Teaching Fellow/Senior Teaching Fellows in Accounting and Finance.
The School of Economics, Finance and Management is a leading UK school with an international reputation for excellent teaching and research. The School is seeking to enhance its educational capacity by recruiting a Teaching Fellow/Senior Teaching Fellow in Accounting and Finance to join our thriving academic community and make a full contribution to the design and delivery of an outstanding educational experience. This is a full time post, but the School is open to requests for part time working. The post is open ended, commencing 1 August 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter.
The School attracts excellent students and is home to a diverse and inclusive academic community aspiring to the highest standards in education and research. Housed in an attractive environment in Clifton, the Department of Accounting and Finance represents a unique blend of tradition and innovation, offering an excellent educational experience, combining academic rigour with real-world relevance.
Candidates should have relevant experience of effective teaching on an accounting and/or finance degree or equivalent; relevant experience of effective assessment at degree level or equivalent; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; and the ability to carry out academic administrative duties effectively. A professional accounting qualification is desirable for candidates applying to teach accounting subjects. Candidates will also make an appropriate administrative contribution to the life of the School (e.g. as an academic tutor).
Candidates are asked to state whether they wish to be considered for a Teaching Fellow, or Senior Teaching Fellow role in their application.
Interviews are expected to be held during week commencing 4 June 2018.
To discuss the role, please contact Professor Stuart Cooper (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
The University is committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive culture. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities.