Kingston University, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences:
Lecturer In Music
Reference Number: 1166
Salary: £35,770 – £38,869 incl. LW
Deadline: 14 April 2014
Free-thinking. Collaborative. Innovative. Kingston University is yours to create. You will inspire imaginations as you contribute to a range of courses that blend the theoretical with the practical. You will lead teaching across undergraduate and master’s courses, notably on the B(Mus) Creative Music Technologies, MA in Production of Popular Music and Composing for Film and TV. Your specialist subjects will include the production and recording of popular music, live sound and performance techniques and the music business. At the same time, you will manage assessment, supporting administration and course management, and recruit and supervise PhD students.
We’re looking for a practising musician with expertise in popular music and contemporary music practice, in particular the use of live sound and technology in creative performance. This will be complemented by experience of teaching music in higher education and a research portfolio with a national or international reputation and suitable for REF submission. With a PhD in music or equivalent professional practice, you will be fluent in a range of software, including Logic, Pro-tools and Ableton Live. Experience of designing and developing modules would be highly desirable. Your ability to attract research funding from the AHRC or knowledge transfer project funding from the KTP will be essential.
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is now the fastest growing research environment in the UK following a multi-million pound investment in Professorial staff, early career researchers and doctoral students. The Faculty has a rich offering in the theoretical humanities and critical social sciences unique amongst UK universities.
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