University of Otago, Department of Accountancy and Finance, School of Business
Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Accounting

Accounting at the University of Otago has a long history, and the Department is known for its excellence in research and teaching. Our Faculty is internationally-recognised for its scholarly contributions in the fields of Management Accounting, Financial Reporting, and Business Education. It also has strong research productivity and representation in leading accounting journals and on editorial boards.

We particularly seek new colleagues who will augment and bolster our existing research strengths, namely: Management Accounting, Financial Reporting and Accounting Theory, however, we encourage applications from people who research in all accounting-related themes.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants for this post will preferably be qualified at PhD level, and will show clear evidence or at least strong potential for internationally-rated publications, and a willingness to seek external research funds. Previous industrial experience and or a professional accountancy qualification are desirable attributes, but not essential. The successful appointee will be expected to contribute towards teaching at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

FURTHER INFORMATION: Starting date for the appointment will be at a mutually agreeable time. The Department's first priority is to gain quality appointees, and every effort will be made to accommodate them.

Specific enquiries may be directed to Louise Jenkins, Department Manager, Department of Accountancy and Finance, Tel 64 3 479 8315, Email

Reference number: 1200770

There is no formal closing date and applications will be considered individually on receipt. The University reserves the right to close this vacancy at any time. Applications must be made online via the University careers website.

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Equal opportunity in employment is University policy.

E tautoko ana Te Whare Wananga o Otago i te kaupapa whakaorite whiwhinga mahi.

Posted 6/27/12