Lecturer in Accounting/Finance

open until filled
Social Sciences, Economics, Finance, Accounting
University of Hull
Hull, United Kingdom
£43,434 to £50,296 per annum GBP

Applicants are required to submit a current CV and covering letter outlining how their qualifications and experience meet the Person Specification in the Job Description below

Hull University Business School is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Accounting / Finance who will be expected to teach in the areas of Accounting / Finance and relevant disciplines at the undergraduate and postgraduate level.

We offer an attractive suite of programmes at all levels [Bachelors, MSc, MBA and Doctoral], which provide students with an enriched learning experience supported by research-led teaching. The School is located in outstanding premises that combine refurbished, listed and newly built buildings, encompassing state-of-the-art facilities for staff and over 3,000 students, and has accreditations from the ICAEW, ACCA and CIMA amongst others.

You will be working with experienced lecturers and renowned scholars who have published in top quality international journals, within a faculty that has an international reputation in areas such as market-based accounting research, auditing, taxation, corporate governance and ethics, accounting regulation, critical accounting and corporate finance. The Accounting & Finance Subject Group, also has strong links with professional accounting and academic associations.

For informal enquiries please contact Yvonne J Moogan, Director of the Business School ( or Graeme C Reid FCA FCCA FAIA, Head of Accounting, Finance and Economics Subject Group (

At Hull we are committed to equality of opportunity, diversity and inclusion at every level, because we believe a diverse workforce brings broader expertise, improved innovation and greater success for all.

Please note that we are unable to respond to enquiries, accept CVs or applications from Recruitment Agencies.

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