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Assistant/Associate/Full Professor In Accounting

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The University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill , NC 27516

Posted 4 months ago

The School of Business at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke invites applications for a full-time, tenure track faculty position in accounting. The scheduled start date is August 2019.

Mission and Culture Statement of the Accounting Program at UNCP: The faculty and staff of the School of Business at UNCP strive to provide each student with an outstanding business education. The accounting discipline plays an integral role in the pursuit of this mission in three primary ways: (1) by guiding students on their journey to fully comprehending the language of business (i.e. accounting) and its foundational role in their business education and future careers in business; (2) by attracting and developing accounting majors who will become valuable contributors to the accounting profession, business world, and community; and (3) by demonstrating, on a daily basis, the core values and guiding principles of the accounting profession and our strong commitment to student success.

Our vision is to become the model in accounting education for student learning, engagement and success. To this aim, the accounting faculty strive for excellence in their responsibilities while fostering a culture that is encouraging, collaborative, enthusiastic, responsive, communicative, creative, innovative, and respectful in the pursuit of our mission. The culture created by our team of accounting faculty results in an environment in which each faculty member is supported and valued.

In support of this mission, a new $38 million, state-of-the-art School of Business is set to open by Fall 2020. Faculty enjoy a great quality of life with access to beautiful local communities, multiple beaches, golf courses, professional and Division I and II sports, outstanding fine arts, the state capital and Research Triangle, Charlotte, and other diverse attractions such as the NC Zoo, National Whitewater Rafting Center, aquariums, and museums. Responsibilities include:

Teach undergraduate and graduate accounting courses with excellence; engage in appropriate research and publication to maintain scholarly currency and AACSB scholarly academic (SA) designation in accounting; provide academic advising; contribute to curriculum development; serve on various committees, and assume other instructional and service-related duties as assigned. Currently, teaching assignments in accounting are on campus during the daytime or online. Qualities of a Successful Candidate:

The colleague we seek for this position has a passion for motivating and helping students both recognize and achieve their potential and, ideally, has already demonstrated the capacity to do so.

The candidate should have a meaningful level of accounting and finance related experience in business, government, or not-for-profit organizations. We seek a colleague who searches for new, improved ways to motivate and enhance student success and who looks for improved ways to do so.

The colleague we seek is one who believes that we can and will do these things, who is determined that it is achievable, not impossible. Invitation to Apply: If you are interested in joining a dynamic, caring team, we look forward to hearing from you.

Rank is open and depends on the qualifications and achievements of the candidate. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications. Review of applications will begin by September 1, 2018.

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