|School/Company||Queen's Management School|
|Job Title||Lecturer in Finance|
|Address||Queen's Managment School|
|City||Riddel Hall, Belfast|
|Career level||Not Specified|
|Desired education level||Doctorate or PhD|
|Salary||Salary: £35,550 - £49,149 per annum (potential to progress to £52,132 per annum through sustained exceptional contribution)|
Position: Lecturer in Finance
School/Department: Queen's Management School
Reference: 18/106496 Salary: £35,550 - £49,149 per annum (potential to progress to £52,132 per annum through sustained exceptional contribution)
Anticipated Interview Date: Monday 2 July 2018
JOB PURPOSE: To undertake research in line with the School’s research strategy, to teach at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and to contribute to School’s administration/outreach activity.
MAJOR DUTIES: Teaching: 1. Routinely communicate complex and conceptual ideas to students as well as to peers using high level skills and a range of media. 2. Develop the teaching activities of the School by pursuing new and innovative teaching approaches taking the responsibility for the quality of course units and delivering a range of teaching and assessment activities including lectures, setting/marking coursework, practicals, and fieldwork in the area of Finance. 3. Contribute to the enhancement of quality teaching within the subject, school or faculty, ensuring that course design and delivery comply with the appropriate benchmarks and regulations. 4. Develop and advise others on learning and teaching tasks and methods. 5. Act as internal examiner for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Research: 1. Develop and contribute to the research strategies of the School and maintain a reputation as an expert in own subject area. 2. Sustain an extensive track record of published research findings by publishing in refereed journals and presenting at national/international conferences. 3. Develop innovative research proposals and lead funding bids. 4. Direct, coach and develop research staff, where appropriate. 5. Ensure that research projects are completed on time and within budget. Administration/Contribution to the Community: 1. Provide pastoral care for students within own area to ensure, as far as practicable, that relevant issues are dealt with in a timely, sympathetic and effective manner. 2. May sit on major University committees. 3. Contribute to the School’s outreach strategy by designing or delivering Community outreach programmes and developing external links. 4. Contribute to the development and running of the School by taking on appropriate School co-ordinating roles. Such duties may include, for example, Advisor of Studies, QA, Module/Year/Programme co-ordinator or other recognised official university role.
Planning and Organising: 1. Plan and set teaching and research objectives over a number of years 2. Plan and manage own teaching and tutorials 3. Prepare research proposals for submission to external funding Resource Management Responsibilities: Page 1 1. Provide academic leadership to those working within programme areas, as course leader or equivalent, by for example co-ordinating the work of others to ensure that courses are delivered effectively or organising the work of a team by agreeing objectives and work plans. 2. Develop and manage staff and resources, in support of major research, teaching and administrative activities.
Internal and External Relationships: 1. Lead and develop internal networks for example by participating in University committee/s. 2. Lead and develop links with external networks, for example, with external examiners and assessors. 3. Develop links with external contacts such as other educational bodies, employers, and professional bodies to foster collaboration.
ESSENTIAL CRITERIA: 1. PhD in Finance (or cognate field) or within six months of completion. 2. Potential to publish at an international standard in any area of Finance although preference will be given to those with research expertise in asset pricing, corporate finance, international finance, quantitative finance or financial economics. 3. Potential to earn external research income. 4. Teaching and assessment experience at undergraduate teach and assess courses in Finance. 5. Evidence of appropriate administrative experience. 6. Ability to advance the research and teaching goals of the School. 7. To strengthen the School’s national and international research networks. 8. Must demonstrate evidence of ability to communicate clearly and effectively to students, academic colleagues and to professional bodies and managers. 9. Ability to provide effective leadership. 10. Evidence of good interpersonal skills and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
DESIRABLE CRITERIA: 1. Ability to contribute to executive education programmes.