Head of Subject: Accounting and Finance

West London
£51,224 - £57,649 per annum
07 Mar 2014
06 Apr 2014
Contract Type

The University of West London is a leading modern university specialising in the education and development of exceptional creative, business and service professionals. The University has one of the best employment rates in the country with 94%* of students in work within six months of graduating.

The Claude Littner Business School (CLBS), an exciting and innovative new School within the University of West London, will be formally launched in September 2014. Building upon the University’s Ambition: 2018 strategic plan, the School will be at the heart of the vision to develop career-focused innovative professionals supported by exceptional business/industry links which maintain a strong regional identity and produce research which focuses on current community and business needs.

In preparation for the launch of the School we wish to appoint a talented and inspirational head of subject to provide clear strategic and operational leadership in accountancy and finance, supportive of the vision for the Claude Littner Business School to deliver innovation and enterprise.

We would like to speak to individuals who are entrepreneurial, committed and ambitious with the academic and professional credibility to develop our reputation within industry, both nationally and internationally.

Candidates must have a degree (ideally at postgraduate level) in a relevant subject and a PhD/DBA or equivalent professional qualification. You will have significant experience of teaching and learning at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

It is expected that appointment within a grade will normally be at the minimum point.

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*According to Employment Performance Indicators (EPI) figures published by HESA in 2013. Graduates who have studied an undergraduate degree programme.