Virginia Tech — Faculty Position, Department of Accounting & Information Systems

Virginia Tech’s Department of Accounting & Information Systems seeks to fill one new faculty position with an instructor, assistant collegiate professor (has Ph.D.), or assistant professor of practice to begin Dec 25, 2021.  The Department has particular need for an individual with the ability to teach accounting related information system classes at the undergraduate and graduate level. Other duties will include participation in departmental committees and activities and advising and mentoring students.  

Successful candidates will have effective communication skills and have either a doctorate or a master’s degree in accounting or information systems. Professional certification (e.g. CPA, CISA etc.) is preferred along with relevant professional experience. Experience teaching accounting in an undergraduate program or in corporate training is desired.  Information about the department and its programs is available at  

Virginia Tech is located in Blacksburg, Virginia, a quintessential college town. Blacksburg has been ranked among the best places to live in the U.S. numerous times, among the top 5 places to retire, and was recently ranked the best place to raise a family in the nation. More information about Virginia Tech is available at .  Additional information about Blacksburg is available at

Interested candidates must apply online at the link below for Job no: 516300 : 

Review of applications will begin after July 7, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled.  General inquiries should be directed to Nadia Rogers, Chair of the Search Committee (Email: or Dr. Jack Maher, Department Head, Department of Accounting and Information Systems (0101), Pamplin Hall, Suite 3007, Virginia Tech, 880 West Campus Drive, Blacksburg, VA 24061.  

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