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Job Title: Visiting Instructor of Accounting
Job Type: Part-Time Faculty
Westminster College invites applications for a part-time position as Visiting Instructor of Accounting, beginning August 2017.
Master's degree in Accounting with a CPA and prior teaching experience is strongly preferred.
Position entails teaching any or all of the following courses: Principles of Financial Accounting (ACC215), Federal Income Tax (ACC319), Accounting Information Systems (ACC320), Federal Income TAx II (ACC419), and/or Auditing (ACC421).
- The Financial Accounting course emphasizes principles and procedures involved in the accounting process. An understanding and use of basic accounting data are stressed. The major topics include the basic accounting framework, financial statements, current and long-term assets and liabilities and corporate accounting. The course meets three hours per week. One section will be offered in the spring semester.
- The Federal Income Tax I course is a study of federal income tax laws and their current applications to individuals and partnerships, with emphasis on individual income tax. The course meets three hours per week. One section will be offered during the fall semester.
- The Accounting Information System course explores effective and efficient accounting information systems from a user's perspective. Specific coverage is devoted to the areas where the accountant interfaces with the system analyst. The course meets three hours per week. One section will be offered during the fall semester.
- The Federal Income Tax II course focuses on corporations, partnerships, trusts and estates. The course addresses C Corporations, S Corporations, Flow-through Entities and partnership capitalization issues. This course meets three hours per week. One section will be offered during the spring semester.
- The Auditing course is a study of auditing standards, professional ethics, legal responsibility, various types of audits and their uses. A detailed examination of auditing procedures and techniques is made. This course meets three hours per week. One section will be offered during the spring semester.
How To Apply:Send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, college transcripts, and a letter of recommendation to Professor Carter Campbell, Westminster College, 501 Westminster Ave., Fulton, MO 65251. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled or the search is closed. EOE