Sample Finance Lecturer Resume

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Edward Brown
250 Bassett Court,
Chicago Park,
CA, 95712
222-222-2222
[email]

Summary
An expert in finance and accounting with a deep passion in teaching all facets related to finance which includes practice and application of the fundamentals into corporate and cost-management accounting; has organized various seminars, discussions and events related to quantitative or analytical financial management; has exhibited demonstrated excellence in teaching all student levels, and has helped many undergraduates develop discipline, goal-setting and time-management skills essential in landing positions that promise good compensation and notable community stature.

Professional Experience:

Professor of FinanceFebruary 2006 – Present
College of Business Administration, University of South Florida, FL
Responsibilities:

  • Delivered high standards of teaching and learning.
  • Monitored assessment procedures and metrics to uphold quality of education as reflected in syllabi, curriculum and examination templates.
  • Developed course curriculum for reference and compliance by the finance department.
  • Delivered lectures and classroom discussions; initiated hands-on, time-based workshops and seminars to determine and develop the ability of students in coping with difficult situations and non-conducive environments.
  • Provided consultative counseling support to undergraduates.
  • Underwent scholarly initiatives and participated in research activities.
  • Wrote publications and high-quality finance journals and reference manuals.
  • Presented research and notable contributions to professionals during prominent international finance conferences.

Invited LecturerMay 2005 – January 2006
American Bankers Association, Stonier Graduate School of Banking
Responsibilities:

  • Ensured that students achieve the high-level of learning by exposure to a system utilizing advanced methods and provision of adequate facilities, combined with learning support from the rest of the school board.
  • Exposed students to diverse challenges and situations which could help them further excel in the fields they’ve chosen.
  • Ensured that the topics are presented in a way that each one will relate to, for better understanding and recall.
  • Planned and attended meetings with both internal and external verifiers/ moderators whose goals are geared towards enhancement of the current learning system.
  • Assisted students in goal setting, planning and strategic targeting to help shorten the time it takes for them to succeed.
  • Designed and delivered a tutorial curriculum in line with college and masters requirements.

Associate Professor of FinanceFebruary 2002 – May 2005
College of Business Administration, University of Houston
Responsibilities:

  • Delivered high standards of teaching and learning.
  • Monitored assessment procedures and metrics to uphold quality of education as reflected in syllabi, curriculum and examination templates.
  • Developed course curriculum for reference and compliance by the finance department.
  • Delivered lectures and classroom discussions; initiated hands-on, time-based workshops and seminars to determine and develop the ability of students in coping with difficult situations and non-conducive environments.
  • Provided consultative counseling support to undergraduates.
  • Underwent scholarly initiatives and participated in research activities.
  • Wrote publications and high-quality finance journals and reference manuals.
  • Presented research and notable contributions to professionals during prominent international finance conferences.

Invited LecturerMay 2005 – January 2006
American Bankers Association, Stonier Graduate School of Banking

Education
1998 – 2002PH.D. in Corporation Finance and Investments, Banking and Macroeconomics
University of Rochester, NY
1996 – 1998 Master of Science in Finance
Columbia University, NY
1992 – 1996B.S. In Business Administration, Major in Finance
Columbia University, NY

Skills:

  • Proficiency with MS Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Computer Programming and Database Management
  • Good analytical skills, methodical approach to tasks and problems
  • Vast knowledge in bookkeeping, advanced typing and transcription
  • Above-average communication skills
  • Good organizational and time-management skills

Awards and Affiliations
First MBA Association Distinguished Professor Award, Awardee
Paccar Award for Excellence in Teaching, Awardee

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