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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Northeastern Seeks to Hire Lead Tax Faculty

NortheasternThe Northeastern University Masters of Science in Taxation Program is inviting applications for three Lead Faculty Positions:

  • Tax Accounting for Income Taxes
  • Income Taxation of Trusts and Estates
  • Planning for Estate Tax Issues

As the Lead Faculty, your primary role is to coordinate and guide the section instructors, who have primary responsibility for day-to-day interaction with the students and maintaining the course through periodic updates or redesigns. In some cases you may be asked to create, with assistance from EmbanetCompass, additional materials such as voiceovers for electronic slide presentations or short video-clips. You are not expected to create Web pages or work directly with the course delivery technology.

Successful candidates must have a Terminal degree (PhD, JD, LLM or Masters Degree with the Professional designation of CPA). They must also be a Subject Matter Expert and have taught for similar taxation courses (preferably at the Graduate level). Candidates must be Academically Qualified; have at least 2 publications in either an academic or professional journal within the past 5 years, as well as 5+ years of professional work experience in taxation preferred.

Compensation for the Lead Faculty position with Northeastern University’s MST program is $10,000 for Course Management.

Interested applicants must submit their CV (indicating their Terminal Degree), at least 2 copies of your academic/professional articles/publications, Copies/synopsis of your student evaluations of teaching, and a detailed description of both your related teaching and professional working experience to:

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