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As a result of a re-organisation there are now two departments in Birmingham City Business School: the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics; and, the Department of Strategy, Management and Marketing and we are therefore taking the opportunity to relaunch our VL pools.

Birmingham City Business School is in the city-centre and successful candidates will work with our staff to ensure an excellent student experience through the use of relevant and inspiring learning, teaching and assessment methods.

The Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics’ portfolio of programmes includes undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses in accounting, finance, economics, internal audit and risk management. 

Ideally you will combine industry and teaching experience at undergraduate, postgraduate and/or professional level. Examples of areas of specialist knowledge we are interested in are: 

Management Accounting; Performance Management; Financial Accounting; Financial Reporting; Financial Strategy; Taxation; Corporate Governance; Audit and Assurance; Strategic Management; SAGE;  

In your application, please identify your subject specialisms as this will assist in identifying suitable candidates as teaching opportunities become available. Classes typically run between 9am and 9pm Mon to Fri although some classes can be on the weekend.

As part of your application, please ensure you upload a CV and Cover Letter. You are advised, where possible, to remove personal details such as your name from your CV and Cover Letter. 

If you wish to discuss the role further please contact: Samantha Roberts samantha.roberts@bcu.ac.uk Tel 0121 300 4121

In applying for this vacancy you will be submitting your details to a Visiting Lecturer recruitment pool. Please note that Visiting Lecturer posts are part time, fixed term contracts for which a specific amount of hours work will be agreed between you and the Faculty. Visiting Lecturer posts are paid hourly and there are a range of pay rates dependant on the role.

As and when relevant teaching hours become available that your CV and experience are suitable for, you will be contacted by the Faculty directly to discuss further details. Please be aware that you are not guaranteed to hear back from the Faculty. 

Recruitment pools will be closed at the end of September each year, at which point you will be contacted with an invite to resubmit your details for the following year’s recruitment pool if you would still like to be considered. 

Closing Date: 30 Sep 2021
Category: Academic





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