Lecturer in Music
Full-time, permanent role
Salary is £33,199 to £38,460 per annum
York St John is an ambitious, modern university at the heart of historic York and there has never been a more exciting time to join us.
Significant investment in our campus and facilities, the development of forward-thinking new partnerships and an enhanced range of contemporary courses have helped make us one of the fastest growing Universities in the U.K. over recent years.
Now we are building on that achievement, with a new Strategy for the next decade, emphasising our commitment to widening opportunity through the power of education and contributing our talents to creating a fairer world, and a more prosperous region. We are putting inspirational learning and impactful research at the heart of this strategy, recognising our academic expertise as our greatest asset and investing in enabling this expertise to thrive.
As a Stonewall Global Diversity Champion and holder of the Social Enterprise Gold Mark for Responsible Business Practice, our strength lies in the supportive, inclusive network that exists within our teams: renowned for our friendly, progressive environment, we will nurture your potential so that you can accomplish your ambitions.
All of this takes place at the heart of beautiful York, recently named by the Sunday Times as the best U.K. city to grow up in because of the quality of education, culture and community spirit that we form part of!
We are currently recruiting for a Lecturer in Music
We are a small but successful subject team, delivering a unique and distinctive suite of music programs with close attention to the student experience. Our approach to music is holistic, encompassing all genres and styles, with a strong emphasis on ensemble music and on experiential learning. There are strands in performance, composition and community music/education. All staff are research active, with emphasis on practice-based research with close links to teaching.
We are seeking to recruit a versatile musician who can contribute to the delivery of a wide range of practical and theoretical modules across the music programs and take an active role in the many practical activities offered by the music department. The successful applicant will be highly skilled in leading practical sessions in musical theatre, popular music or folk music, as performers and/or composers, as well as having a strong theoretical underpinning of these subject areas.
If you would like to shape the story of an institution that has been changing lives through education since 1841, we would love to hear from you
Closing Date: 23 Jun 2019