Monday, 19 October 2015

Murdoch University,Lecturers in Accounting and Taxation Jobs in Australia

  • Up to two continuous, full time positions in the areas of Taxation and Financial Accounting
  • $106k-$125k plus 17% employer super contributions and an opportunity to salary package
  • Ref: 1545C01/201446
Murdoch is a university striving to make a difference to the way we live, think and understand each other and the w
orld around us.
The School of Management and Governance provides students with the knowledge, skills and insights to contribute to our rapidly evolving global society. The School combines the former Murdoch Business School, which encompasses core disciplines such as accounting, marketing and management together with political science, international relations and public policy.
The School wishes to appoint up to two Lecturers to teach in the Accounting discipline, specifically in the areas of Taxation and Financial Accounting. The positions require motivated and experienced individuals to teach Accounting units in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Major and the Master of Professional Accounting (MPA). The Accounting Discipline works with the Accounting Profession, commercial and government organisations in joint research projects and student internships and has a strong focus on collaborative learning. The School also has links with offshore teaching partners in Singapore and Dubai.
The successful candidate will have research and industry linkages, a professional background, a strong research agenda, a love of teaching, and the ability to teach subjects from undergraduate to postgraduate level.
For further information about this position, please refer to the Position Description. Alternatively please contact Professor Manzurul Alam on +61 8 9360 6580 or at
For more information or to apply:
Please visit to view the Guide for Applicants and Position Description, here you will also find the online form to submit your application. Please note that emailed applications will not be accepted.
Closing date: 9 November 2015

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