|£45,737 per annum, dependent on skills and experience, with an annual increment up to £52,841 per annum
|5th December 2023
|7th January 2024
Starting Salary from £45,737 per annum, dependent on skills and experience, with an annual increment up to £52,841 per annum.
Norwich Business School is home to a vibrant, diverse, and engaged academic community, ranked amongst the top 20 UK business schools by the quality of its research output (REF 2021), 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.
The School is on an exciting trajectory for growth across our teaching, research, and innovation portfolio. As part of that growth, we are seeking to recruit a Lecturer to join our Accounting and Quantitative Methods Group. Applicants with teaching experience of financial accounting and/or auditing are especially welcome.
You will need a PhD (or equivalent qualification) or be near to completion, with submission and award within one year of commencement. A record of internationally leading research output, commensurate with stage of career, is also required, along with teaching experience. In addition, you must satisfy all the essential criteria detailed in the person specification.
This post is available from 1 February 2024 or as soon as possible thereafter on a full-time indefinite basis.
UEA offers a variety of flexible working options and although this role is advertised on a full-time basis, we encourage applications from individuals who would prefer a flexible working pattern including annualised hours, compressed working hours, part time, job share, term-time only and/or hybrid working. Details of preferred hours should be stated in the personal statement and will be discussed further at interview.
Further information on our great benefits package, including 44 days annual leave inclusive of Bank Holidays and additional University Customary days (pro rata for part-time), can be found on our benefits page.
Closing date: 7 January 2024
The University is a Silver Athena Swan Award holder in recognition of our advancement towards gender equality.
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