Performance, Visual Arts & Communications, University of Leeds:
Lecturer in Music
Salary: University Grade 7 (£33,230–£36,298 p.a.) or Grade 8 (£37,382–£44,607p.a.) depending upon experience and qualifications
Closing Date: 8 July 2013 (Redeployment Closing Date: 25 June 2013)
The School of Music seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Music in the field of musical analysis. You will be able to teach analysis across a range of musics, but with a particular interest in the analysis of popular music.
You will possess a PhD in music or a related area (Applicants for Grade 7 academic posts should either already hold a PhD (or equivalent) or the award should be pending, that is, the PhD has been submitted, examined and awarded subject to minor corrections or amendments.) You will have the ability to teach musical analysis using a range of methodologies and musics to undergraduate and taught postgraduate students. Analysis and popular music are central to all of our undergraduate programmes and of developing importance at postgraduate level.
Your duties will be to contribute to existing team-taught modules in both analysis and popular music under the guidance of established staff and to pursue independent research in the same fields. The School of Music is committed to bringing research activity to bear on the student experience and you would be encouraged to contribute in line with this ethos.
Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Martin Iddon, School of Music, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information visit www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AGS538/lecturer-in-music/.