|Salary:||£40,977 to £45,508 p.a. (incl. LWA)|
|Placed On:||7th March 2019|
|Closes:||15th May 2019|
The University of Westminster is embarking on an exciting period of growth. The School of Accounting and Finance is seeking to recruit the best staff talent to meet its emerging priorities for delivering academic excellence and meeting student experience objectives. The subject area is one of the University’s star performers, with exceptional NSS and PTES student satisfaction scores and extensive professional recognition and accreditations. The School hosts three Masters’ courses: an MSc in Finance and Accounting, an MSc in Finance with pathways in Banking/ International Finance and an MSc in Investment and Risk Finance. The School also offers two popular undergraduate degrees - BSc Accounting and BSc Finance - and contributes to a range of general business management courses. We are a CISI Centre of Excellence and a CFA UAP.
We are looking to recruit a talented Lecturer who has high performance goals and demonstrated expertise in any of the following subject areas: financial markets and institutions, computational finance and financial engineering. A candidate with strong analytical and/or computational finance backgrounds, together with excellent teaching and research records in finance is preferred for this appointment. You will join a team of highly qualified, expert and enthusiastic lecturers and researchers. The successful candidate is expected to be capable of working harmoniously in a close-knit team, supporting management and showing a strong desire to take on academic leadership responsibilities.
You will contribute to areas such as international risk management, modern portfolio management, financial derivatives, entrepreneurial finance, banking, fixed income markets, High Frequency Trading and other areas experiencing rapid growth in this discipline. You will be expected to be capable of contributing significantly to our ambitious drive for growth. A progressive, compassionate and responsible set of personal values are desirable along with team-based skills. You will contribute to the planning, design and development of courses, modules and assessment.
We expect you to have a PhD or appropriate relevant work experience in the profession and/or industry, supported by evidence, which demonstrates you are becoming a recognised expert with an authoritative understanding of your specialised field or discipline. You will have gained this knowledge through academic experiences, having built on a sound understanding of concepts and principles. In addition, wide and significant exposure to practices and precedents, within either industry, consultancy or private practice will be preferred.
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Interviews are likely to be held on: 31 May 2019
Administrative contact (for queries only): Recruitment@westminster.ac.uk
Please note: We are unable to accept applications by email. All applications must be made online. CVs in isolation or incomplete application forms will not be accepted.
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