ACCOUNTING PROFESSORPosted on Thursday, February 20, 2014
WOODBURY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS – ACCOUNTING PROFESSOR
Position: The Department of Accounting invites applicants for full-time graduate and undergraduate teaching beginning August 2014.
Applicants must demonstrate that they meet AACSB’s Academically Qualified (AQ) standards in accounting, have earned a Ph.D. from an accredited institution or possess an equivalent degree recognized by AACSB, and are legally eligible for employment in the United States. A proven track record of scholarly publications and significant professional experience in the field of accounting is preferred. ABD (All But Dissertation) candidates will also be considered.
In addition, applicants must demonstrate the potential:
To maintain AQ status;
To publish in peer-reviewed journals;
To be an effective teacher in a learning and student-centered environment;
To participate in significant University service within and beyond the School of Business
School of Business: Operating from a new state-of-the-art building, the School enrolls 500 plus students in two degree programs. The BBA degree has a clear Management focus, but students can also major in Accounting, Marketing or Fashion Marketing. The MBA degree is available in evening or weekend classes that accommodate the working student. All programs and courses offer a balance of theory and practice.
Remuneration: Competitive and market based depending on rank within the University’s ranking system.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. All documents should be send electronically and include: (1) a current CV which lists the candidate’s educational and employment history and peer reviewed journal articles; (2) contact information for at least three references; and (3) a letter of interest that demonstrates AQ status and addresses other qualifications. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
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7500 Glenoaks Blvd
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