Senior Lecturer in Finance (Equivalent to Assistant and Associate Professor) Grade 9

University of Liverpool - Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS)

The University of Liverpool is one of the UK’s leading research institutions and is ranked in the top 1% of higher education institutions worldwide. With an annual turnover of £465 million, including £89 million for research, Liverpool is the original ‘redbrick’ university and a member of the prestigious Russell Group, which comprises the leading research universities in the UK.

The University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS) sits in the top 5% of business schools globally. Formed in 2002, with significant investment from the University and led by the Director, Professor Julia Balogun, the School is well positioned to further enhance its national and international standing, giving particular emphasis over the next period to developing world-class research activity. AACSB accredited and with its full-time MBA ranked in the Economist top 100 and its M.Sc. Finance FT ranked, ULMS has 180 academic staff who enjoy a strongly collegial, research-supportive, and intellectually vibrant interdisciplinary environment. Faculty within the School currently operate in five subject groups (Economics; Accounting and Finance; Work, Organisation and Management; Marketing and Operations; Strategy, International Business and Entrepreneurship) but adopt a distinctive, highly collaborative approach, working in interdisciplinary teams which span the School and University.

The Accounting and Finance Group of the University of Liverpool Management School is now seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer (the equivalent to Assistant/Associate Professor). The individual appointed will play a central role in the continued growth of the School and contribute to our core objectives for research and teaching in Finance. Candidates will possess a relevant PhD and a strong track record of publications in world-leading and internationally excellent journals in Finance.

For appointment at Senior Lecturer (Grade 9) level, candidates will have an existing track record of top-level publications in finance over a number of years. Candidates will be able to evidence future research plans demonstrating a capacity to sustain and extend the existing high level of output.

Candidates will also be expected to demonstrate a successful teaching track record commensurate with the post as they will teach in the undergraduate and/or postgraduate programmes. The School seeks excellence in all aspects of the student experience and for individuals with a passion for innovative pedagogies and the capacity to create and deliver new and highly contemporary modules.

The University of Liverpool is being assisted in these appointment processes by the executive search firm Society. To find out more, and to apply, please visit Society’s website:

Applications must consist of an application form alongside a full academic CV and optionally accompanied by a brief covering letter addressing the criteria in the Person Specification.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to deliver presentations and interview on Wednesday, 3 January & Thursday, 4 January 2018.

Appointments will be made subject to receipt of satisfactory references. The appointed candidates will be offered a salary that is commensurate with their experience and the seniority of their new role.

Informal questions and official applications should be directed to the University’s appointed advisors, Gareth Duxbury, email: or phone +44 (0)203 653 0474.

Please note completing the University of Liverpool Application form will not guarantee you are considered for the role, you must formally apply through our appointed advisers.

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