Accounting and Information Systems Department
UC Business School | Te Kura Umanga
University of Canterbury | Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha
Located in Christchurch, New Zealand | Ōtautahi, Aotearoa
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Āu Mahi | what you gonna do
UC Business School | Te Kura Umanga, University of Canterbury, is inviting applications for an ongoing (permanent) position at the level of Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor/Professor in Information Systems. Individuals with experience in a range of information systems areas are encouraged to apply. You will:
- Teach information systems courses
- Conduct scientifically effective research
- Participate in service-related activities
The role involves actively contributing to the teaching and research profile of the Department of Accounting and Information Systems by pursuing a program of high-impact research, quality teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, curriculum development, postgraduate research oversight, and engagement with external stakeholders and collaborating with the department – and university service.
mou | Who are you
You have an academic background and a PhD in Information Systems/Information Management with a scientific reputation in Information Systems and aiming to make an impact on the local community. All candidates must have strong evidence of teaching ability in the IS discipline and a commitment to quality teaching; and be able and willing to contribute to departments, universities, and professional service activities. Candidates should be able to demonstrate high level written and oral communication skills.
Successful candidates for the Senior Lecturer position will have a track record of publication in high-quality, internationally recognized scholarly journals (e.g., A* ABDC, Q1/Q2 Scimago). Candidates at the Associate Professor/Professor level are expected to have evidence of academic leadership, successful supervision of doctoral students, a significant and recent record of publications in top international journals, curriculum design and delivery, and quality teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels Evidence of postgraduate level.
At the professor level, the successful candidate is a senior academic with demonstrated strategic leadership, management and development skills. This appointment provides the opportunity to assume leadership responsibilities at departmental and faculty levels by supervising staff and graduate students, participating in curriculum development, providing research leadership, and developing important relationships among academics, departments within the university, and with external stakeholders.
UC has a Graduate Profile that ensures graduates leave with bicultural competence and confidence; are globally aware; are employable, innovative and enterprising; and engaged with their community. As a member of the Department of Accounting and Business Informatics, it is crucial that you relate strongly to this profile and are committed to a positive study experience.
Mahi Ngātahi | Who you will work with
Te Kura Umanga | UC Business School is committed to building bicultural capacity within the school, therefore knowledge of Tikanga and extensive exposure to Teao Māori or a willingness to learn would be an advantage. You will be motivated to promote UC’s values, including Whanaungatanga – appreciating people and their differences; Manaakitanga – expanding caring and strengthening others; and Tiakitanga – improving and nurturing our resources.
The Accounting and Information Systems Department is one of three departments within UC Business School. The department and faculty provide a collegial and vibrant research environment, and academic staff have access to internal research funding, time off and the world-renowned Erskine teaching fellowship program. Accredited by AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA, UC Business School is recognized nationally and internationally for innovative, student-centered learning and research.
For more information about our team, please visit us at UC Business School.
What we offer
The university is committed to an excellent working environment through:
- relocation assistance
- Generous annual leave policy and competitive salary
- Flexible Employment Practices
- Up to 6.75% company pension scheme
- Research and study leave
- A unique work environment on a beautiful campus with access to UC facilities like the Recreation Center and Staff Club at discounted rates, plus on-site cafes and restaurants and more.
The offered salary based on the academic salary scale is: Senior Lecturer $106,258 to $133,110; Associate Professor $138,251 to $149,026; Professor $158,390 to $199,137
You can find more information about our benefits here
The closing date for this position is: Sunday 16th October 2022 (midnight NZ time)
Please note that applications will be reviewed after the registration deadline.
Pēheatetonomai | How to apply
Applications for this position must be submitted to our careers site and should include:
- a Motivation letter what does a 2-3 pages of explanation Outline your research interests and goals, teaching experience and philosophy, and thoughts on building a successful Accounting and Information Systems team
- a continue what does a List of relevant research publications.
We do not accept applications by email but are happy to answer any questions at [email protected]
For further information specific to the role please contact: Annette Mills, [email protected]
Overseas applicants please visit the Immigration New Zealand website or the New Zealand Government official Covid-19 website for the latest health and visa requirements for visiting and working in New Zealand.