Provide undergraduate/graduate instruction in courses relating to financial planning. Courses enable students to sit for the comprehensive CFPExamination. The candidate will teach two, three credit hour, courses per semester.
Experience in financial planning software is desired.
Ability to educate from theoretical/conceptual bases, incorporating international applications.
Mentor students in matters relative to their professional development and career placement.
Work with or support departmental student professional organizations
40% of FTE: Research
Initiate, conduct, and publish research in high quality academic journals in related disciplines.
Obtain extramural support for research agenda and the missions of the department.
Provide vision and mentorship for graduate students.
Work collaboratively with current faculty.
Publicly communicate research findings to our various constituents, including the public through media contacts and Cooperative Extension.
20% of FTE: Service
Develop working relationships with industry partners
Serve on department, college, and university committees.
Earned doctorate in Personal Financial Planning, Finance, Consumer/Family Economics, or Economics.
Other terminal degrees, such as a JD, will be considered.
CFP certificant, or within three years of hire, a requirement.
Evidence of research competency and ability to mentor graduate students
Teaching effectiveness in both resident and distance education
Professional membership in relevant organizations.
Collegiality and ability to work with existing faculty.
Vision for curriculum development desired.
Commensurate with qualifications. Competitive with national Human Sciences financial planning programs
Applications should be submitted on-line. Please be prepared to upload a letter of application, curriculum vita, statement of your philosophy regarding financial planning education, and official transcript(s) combined into one PDF or Microsoft Word document uploaded as a resume attachment.
Questions regarding the online application are best directed to Human Resources: (573) 882-7976, or PSHRSUPPORT@umsystem.edu
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