Lecturer/Associate Professor/Professor in Acccounting

Norwich Business School is home to a vibrant, diverse, and engaged academic community, ranked amongst the top 10 UK business schools by the quality of its research output (REF 2014), and intent on providing teaching excellence across its wide range of business and management degree programmes in supporting UEA’s award of TEF Gold status.
In the next phase of a growth strategy, the School is seeking to recruit an outstanding Lecturer, or Associate Professor in the general field of Accounting. A record of internationally leading research output, commensurate with stage of career, is required, along with teaching experience.
The successful applicant will take an active role in developing international-level research, support enterprise, engagement and impact activities, and contribute to teaching across a number of degrees in the post holder’s area of expertise, including as a minimum:
• Engage in and publish research to an international standard within an identified area of expertise in the School;
• Lead individual and collaborative research activities, and disseminate research results through regular and sustained publication in high impact journals and conference proceedings (Associate Professor/AP);
• Lead individual or collaborative proposals to appropriate funding bodies for research funding and manage grants awarded (AP);
• Seek external research funding to support research projects (Lecturer/L);
• Provide supervision to Masters and PhD students as appropriate;
• Teach on the School’s undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes and other supported courses;
• Design and manage processes for student assessment, examination and feedback;
• Lead (AP) or contribute (L) and manage the design, development and delivery of a range of teaching programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels;
• Participate in internal teaching and learning QA processes, committees and boards;
• Lead (AP) or contribute to (L) curriculum review and enhancement activities;
• Lead (AP) or contribute to (L) the development of enterprise and engagement activities, establishing business and employer links and generating income related to research, teaching or consultancy activities;
Application Deadline:
Wednesday, Jan 01, 2020
Norwich Business SchoolUniversity of East Anglia
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