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Lecturer in Commerce and Associate Director for the Center for Investments and Finance

McIntire School of Commerce
Charlottesville, Virginia
commensurate with qualifications
Closing date
Jun 14, 2024

Job Details

The McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia is seeking applicants for a full-time General Faculty position at the Lecturer rank (tenure-ineligible) in finance. The position will commence with the Fall 2024 semester, and the faculty member is expected to teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses in finance and engage as the Assistant Director of the Center for Investment and Finance Markets (CIFM). This position will entail teaching up to 18 credit hours. Key responsibilities will include: 

  • Course development and instruction in finance.
  • Support and develop initiatives revolving around McIntire-affiliated student investment club, our finance-related opportunities for second-year students, including Finance Academy and Careers in Finance, and CIFM’s Professional Speaker Series.
  • Coordinate with various departments within McIntire, including Communications and Marketing, Advancement, Academic Advising, and Career Services.
  • Facilitate connections and interactions between students, alumni, and financial professionals.
  • Lead CIFM's marketing and outreach efforts, ensuring high standards and effective communication of center activities under the direction of the Center’s academic director.

Job Requirements:

A Master’s degree in a relevant field is required. Applicants must have experience teaching finance courses in undergraduate and/or graduate programs. Experience in the Finance industry is strongly preferred. In addition, a strong applicant will have: 1) the ability to teach courses in the Finance discipline at both the graduate and undergraduate levels; 2) an interest in engaging with financial professionals, and 3) the interest in and potential to contribute as a leader at McIntire.

The McIntire School of Commerce:

Established in 1921, The McIntire School of Commerce (, is a college of the University of Virginia, one of the highest ranked public universities in the United States. The McIntire School awards a Bachelor of Science in Commerce, and Master of Science degrees in Accounting, Business Analytics, Commerce, Global Commerce, and the Management of Information Technology. McIntire is recognized for excellence and innovation in undergraduate and graduate business education and scholarship. In various annual rankings of undergraduate and graduate business programs, including U.S. News, Bloomberg Businessweek, Poets & Quants, and The Economist, the McIntire School of Commerce is routinely ranked in the top ten. The School is dedicated to educating and inspiring students to become visionary leaders who shape global business with integrity, intercultural fluency and a fundamental understanding of how commerce can contribute to the common good.

Application Instructions

The University’s Mission Statement affirms its: 

  • “enduring commitment to a vibrant and unique residential learning environment marked by the free and collegial exchange of ideas;” 
  • “unwavering support of a collaborative, diverse community bound together by distinctive foundational values of honor, integrity, trust, and respect;” and 
  • “universal dedication to excellence and affordable access.” 

As part of your application, please use your cover letter to describe your potential contributions to any aspect of this mission. Please focus upon your work skills and experience. In doing so, you may choose to refer to your personal perspective, but the focus of our consideration is on your potential contributions through skills and experience, rather than personal opinions or beliefs.  

Complete the application online and attach:

  1. Cover letter of interest (see instructions above)
  2. Curriculum vita
  3. Contact information for three references.


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