Accountancy: The Deloitte Introductory Accounting Course
Coordinator will assist the ACC 221 and ACC 222 lead instructors
complete administrative tasks, which will allow those instructors
to focus more on improving learning outcomes and students’
educational experiences in those classes. Miami University
recognizes that technology enables us to find new ways of providing
first class service and workplace flexibility. This position
is approved for remote work on a hybrid basis. Remote work is a
working arrangement that can be modified or revoked by Miami
University at any time for any reason.
The Department of Accountancy prioritizes the educational
experience we provide to our students and is consistently ranked
among the top 25 programs nationally. ACC 221 (Introduction to
Financial Accounting) and ACC 222 (Introduction to Managerial
Accounting) are both FSB core courses taken by all FSB students
(excluding those with transfer credit) and help form the foundation
of Accountancy students’ subsequent course work. As the Department
of Accountancy at Miami University actively works to increase the
number of students who pursue Accountancy as a major, second major
or minor, ensuring that students have an outstanding educational
experience in our introductory Accountancy courses is critically
The Introductory Accountancy Course Coordinator will assist in
the administration of both ACC 221 and ACC 222, and will be
expected to train and manage MAcc Graduate assistants; coordinate
with the Rinella Learning Center to ensure that students with
accommodations receive the appropriate consideration; when
appropriate, respond to student emails; help maintain each course’s
Canvas site; help with attendance reporting; and hold up to five
hours of in-person and virtual office hours as needed.
Required: Bachelor’s degree in Business. Position is not
eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Consideration may be given to candidates with a degree in
accountancy, professional accounting experience, and / or relevant
Submit cover letter and resume to
Inquiries may be directed to Drew Reffett, email@example.com. Screening of
applications will begin January 4, 2021 and continue until the
position is filled.
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