Lecturer in Accounting
Position Overview: The Department of Accounting of the Girard School of Business seeks a full-time, Non-Tenure Track Visiting Lecturer or Visiting Assistant Professor for the 2018-2019 academic year. This is a one-year position. The teaching load is three courses per semester including some possible combination of the following: Accounting for Business, Cost Accounting, Intermediate Accounting II, and Auditing at the undergraduate level and Accounting Information Systems, Not for Profit and Government Accounting, Taxation of Business Enterprises, Forensic Accounting at the graduate level. Specific courses will depend on the candidate’s previous experience and expertise. The candidate will also assist with academic advising and select service to the department, school, and college.
Qualifications: Interested applicants should have relevant teaching experience, and either hold a Ph.D. in Accounting or a relevant Master’s degree with substantive professional experience.
To Apply: Applicants must submit a current resume or CV and letter of interest. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.
About Merrimack College: Merrimack College is a private, selective, comprehensive college located 30 miles north of Boston in the historic and scenic Merrimack River Valley. Founded in 1947 by the Archbishop of Boston and the Order of St. Augustine, the College offers more than 100 undergraduate programs in science and engineering, business, health sciences, liberal arts, and education and social policy. Merrimack also offers graduate programs in counseling, education, business, health sciences, engineering, public affairs, and criminology. The College’s 3,500 undergraduate and nearly 750 graduate students come from 32 states and 31 countries to form an engaged community of thinkers, learners and achievers integrated in an academic culture of excellence, diversity and stature.
The implementation in 2011, and revision in 2016, of the College’s ten-year strategic plan, the Agenda for Distinction, has led to renewed energy and sense of community, combined with growth of our faculty, and student body. An increasingly diverse population is served by Merrimack College. In keeping with our core value to build a community of teacher-scholars who welcome and respect a diversity of backgrounds, experiences, beliefs, and perspectives, we are actively seeking to recruit and retain faculty whose teaching, research, and/or service has prepared them to fulfill our commitment to inclusion. As such, we encourage candidates to describe in their application how their teaching, research, and service contribute to diverse communities.
Merrimack College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.