Assistant Professor / Program Chair, School of Accounting

Golden Gate University San Francisco, CA

Essential Functions:

* Teach between four and eight courses per academic year in both traditional academic and online environment

* Participate in course and curricula design

* Participate in School and University governance

* Maintain academic and/or professional qualifications

* Assist with development and maintenance of relationships with Bay Area business community

* Other related duties, as assigned by the Dean of the School of Accounting

Qualifications, Education & Experience:

* Graduate degree in accounting or graduate degree in related field; preference given to candidate who has both professional experience and professional certification (CPA, CMA, CA, etc.)

* Preference given to those with teaching experience and professional experience in financial accounting

* Demonstrated ability to assist a diverse, adult-centered student population in reaching its learning objectives

* Demonstrated ability to provide quality teaching and strong connections with professional community

* Commitment to keeping abreast of key areas facing the accounting profession

* Experience in managerial accounting, forensics, data analytics and accounting information systems is also valued

* Ability to help promote the employment opportunities of accounting graduates

* Excellent written and oral communication skills

* High degree of professionalism in dealing with staff, colleagues and student

Supplemental Information:

To apply: Please go to and submit an application, letter of interest, and a resume.

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