Sessional Instructors, Business Administration Department, Faculty of Arts

Sessional Instructors – Business Administration Department
Fall term: September to December 2020
Winter term: January to April 2021

The Faculty of Arts is seeking qualified sessional instructors to teach the following courses at the Brandon University Campus for the 2020/21 Regular session. Due to COVID-19, the Fall term courses will be delivered in a synchronous online format. Form of delivery for Winter term courses TBD. Please apply by submitting a letter of application, curriculum vitae and the names of three referees in a single pdf file to the individual named below each specific course. Courses will run based on sufficient enrollment and budgetary restrictions. For exact course times, please consult the Registration Guide at https://www.brandonu.ca/registration/

Qualifications:                      A PhD is preferred; Master’s Degree or equivalent required
Start date:                              As noted by course in Registration Guide
(Fall term begins September 9, 2020; Winter term begins January 5, 2021)
Salary:                                      $6,205/3 credit hour course
Application Deadline:       June 30, 2020 or until positions filled.

16:252 INTRO MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING Fall term (1 section)
An introduction to the use of accounting information for internal management purposes focusing on cost analysis and planning and control decisions. Topics covered include C-V-P analysis; master, static and flexible budgets, the determination of relevant costs and responsibility accounting and performance measurement.
Please apply to TaylorD@brandonu.ca

16:253 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING-ASSETS Fall term (1 section)
This course involves an in-depth examination of accounting policies and practices for assets of a business, under IFRS and ASPE. Students are expected to: understand the framework for evaluating policy choice, determine the appropriate carrying value of assets upon initial recognition, properly measure assets for reporting in subsequent financial statements, and understand disclosure requirements.
Please apply to TaylorD@brandonu.ca

16:352 COST ACCOUNTING Winter term (1 section)
This course continues to develop the use of accounting information for internal decision-making through a deeper and broader study of the managerial and ethical issues relating to the determination and analysis of relevant costs and their behavior. Areas covered include cost allocation. Cost management, and strategy and control. Modern topics relating to the impact of recent advances in production management and systems as well as traditional topics such as costs for product pricing and transfer pricing, joint and by-products costing, spoilage and scrap, will be covered.
Please apply to TaylorD@brandonu.ca

16:454 ACCOUNTING THEORY Winter term (1 section)
This course is concerned with the models, hypotheses, and concepts that together form the foundation for financial accounting practice. This course places emphasis on accounting history, to gain an understanding of how we arrived at current practice, the social, political, and economic influences on accounting standard setting, and current financial accounting practices.
Please apply to TaylorD@brandonu.ca

 

Brandon University is committed to equity, welcomes diversity, and hires on the basis of merit. All qualified individuals who may contribute to the diversification of the University, especially women, persons with disabilities, Indigenous
persons, racialized persons, and persons of all sexual orientations and genders are encouraged to apply. Canadian citizens and permanent residents are given priority. Evidence of citizenship must be provided.

We are committed to providing an inclusive and barrier-free work environment. This starts with the hiring process. If you require an accommodation during any phase of the evaluation process, please indicate it in your cover letter. All information received related to an accommodation is kept confidential. To ensure this employment opportunity is accessible to all interested individuals, this posting is available in an alternate format upon request.

Issued June 16, 2020