The University of Monterrey seeks a team-oriented faculty member to join the department of Accounting and Finance as a new Professor of Accounting. The new Professor will have the opportunity to be involved in the development and improvement of this successful program.
The salary includes a generous benefits package.
• Bachelors or Masters must be in Accounting
• Ph.D in Business or Accounting. Candidates must have a degree in Accounting but terminal degree in Finance or Accounting or other area within the Business school is acceptable
• 4 to 5 years teaching experience: International accounting standards, finance accounting, tax and audit practice.
• Educational experience in bachelor and/or graduate degree in Business or Accounting
• English proficiency required
• Conversational Spanish required
• Interest in teaching/research
• Strong international network to promote program within
• Self-motivated, team player with passion to improve themselves as well as student experience
• Individual who enjoys culturally enriching experiences and desire to experience Mexican culture and Monterrey, Mexico living
• Professional or practical experience a plus
• Promote program and selection of students. Establish workgroups within program.
• Coordinate with professional and personal networks to promote program
• Continue ongoing research. Maintain flexibility to accommodate individuals interested in conducting research.
• Teach the Accounting Program at bachelor and/or graduate levels.
• Advise and supervise students’ work
• Align with the goals of the University and Business school
• Ability to teach, communicate knowledge and motivate students in the area of Accounting
About the University of Monterrey
The University of Monterrey currently offers 45 undergraduate degree programs, 13 master's degree programs, 11 graduate specialty programs and 35 areas of medical specialization. UDEM has an excellent reputation as well as national and international accreditations reflecting their continual commitment to high level programs supported by a world-class faculty and infrastructure. UDEM’s high quality instruction is supported by first-rate educational installations: modern classrooms, a complete library, laboratories, computer labs with specialized software, a center for experience-based leadership, a theater, a gymnasium, a radio station, student residency halls, and a myriad of recreational and green spaces.
Living in Monterrey
Considered the “economic engine” of Mexico, Monterrey is the third largest city in Mexico, and home to 5 Universities and 72 public libraries. It has established itself as a multi-faceted industrial hub serving as one of Mexico’s major engines of growth. New economic activity is emerging in hip neighborhoods such as San Pedro.
With the cost of living averaging 3-4x less than US standards, Monterrey offers a rich culture and tradition of Mexican life and is considered one of the most livable cities in Mexico with high quality housing, schools, transportation, and cultural and recreational options, as well as their natural beauty.
Nature lovers can hike through the Parque Ecológico Chipinque. This mountainside reserve has 22 miles of trails offering panoramic views of the city below. Monterrey’s Macroplaza encompasses a full city block and is bursting with parks, fountains, statues, trees, shops and restaurants. The Macroplaza is bordered by city government buildings, cathedrals and the Palacio de Gobierno. Collections at the more-than-150-year-old Museo Metropolitano include art and artifacts documenting the history of the city and the region.