Lecturer in Finance
Reference: A4059Description: Plymouth University is unique in that while it enjoys a modern status and mindset, it also enjoys a long and proud heritage, tracing its roots back to 1862 and 150 years of delivering education in the City of Plymouth. Its motto - Explore, Dream, Discover - embraces the enterprising culture of the University; one which plays a key role in civic and regional leadership, and has a proud tradition of industry engagement.
Are you interested in a teaching approach that empowers students to blend lessons learned from an active interaction with businesses and the latest research developments in their fields of interest?
With Plymouth Business School, our research emphasis is on high impact research that serves and informs the academic, business and public communities and meets Plymouth University's mission for advancing knowledge and transforming lives.
You will have an opportunity to collaborate to compete at an international level, with strong local and regional enterprise partnerships providing you with the capacity to make a highly visible difference for our students, business and local communities, in addition to providing the platform for our international ambitions.
You will be able to contribute to teaching in both our Finance and General Business programmes (for example: International Finance, Financial Services Management, Business and Management) and to conduct research and or business engagement activities relevant to the fields of finance and business.
You will be the Programme Leader for the BA Hons Business degree and involved with timetabling, student induction, pastoral interventions, curriculum design and enhancement, teaching and learning enhancement and working with academic partners, in the UK, Europe and internationally.
Boasting perhaps the finest natural location of any city in the UK, Plymouth is defined by its colours and dynamic contrasts. Its dazzling natural waterfront and deep water harbour have provided a blue canvas for centuries of maritime and naval narrative, a proud global tradition dating back to Sir Francis Drake. Today, 'The Ocean City' is home to an unparalleled collection of world-renowned marine institutions, the National Marine Aquarium, the largest Naval Dockyard in Western Europe, a thriving fishing port, and some of the UK's finest beaches and sailing waters. Framed by the rivers Tamar and Plym, Plymouth is also a green city thanks to the rugged splendour of Dartmoor to the north, and the rolling hills, valleys and estuaries of the South Hams, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This is a full-time post working 37 hours per week on a permanent basis.
Proposed interview date: Thursday 22 January 2015
Plymouth University is committed to an inclusive culture and respecting diversity, and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
The University holds a Bronze Athena SWAN Award which recognises commitment to advancing women's career in STEMM academia.
Region: Location: PlymouthSalary: £32277 to £45954 pa - Grade 7/8Package: Full-time, Permanent
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