UNIVERSITY OF LINCOLN

Senior Lecturer in Music

Location
Lincoln, United Kingdom
Salary
£39,152 pro rata
Posted
18 May 2021
End of advertisement period
16 Jun 2021
Ref
COA387
Contract Type
Temporary
Hours
Part Time

School of Fine & Performing Arts

Location:  Lincoln
Salary:   From £39,152 pro rata
This post is part time, 0.4 fte
Closing Date:   Wednesday 16 June 2021
Interview Date:   Friday 09 July 2021
Reference:  COA387

Now is a truly exciting time to join our dynamic and forward-looking institution; we represent a new breed of university, a fast-growing, gold-rated university where staff and students work collaboratively and create world-changing knowledge and research. We offer our staff simply a life changing opportunity.

The School of Fine & Performing Arts at the University of Lincoln is seeking to appoint a dynamic and enthusiastic Senior Lecturer (0.4 FTE) to contribute to its BA (Hons) Music degree and (where appropriate) our postgraduate provision. Established in 2015, BA (Hons) Music at Lincoln has grown into an industry-focused degree for musicians looking to develop their skills as performers, composers, and collaborators within a flexible curriculum that encompasses classical, rock, pop, and non-Western music.

We welcome applications from candidates with research experience in any area of music. Applicants should have a PhD (or be nearing completion) and a research profile commensurate with the stage of their career. We are looking to expand our provision through new expertise, and are flexible in the expertise of the appointment. The ideal candidate may have particular expertise in one of the following areas, although this list is not exhaustive: music enterprise, composition (in any genre), music technology, community music, music education, music therapy, music psychology, music history (across any genre or culture).

Applicants should be able to contribute to practical elements of the degree programme through, for example, leading a staff-run ensemble, contributing to the running of performances and events, or piano accompanying. They should have experience of teaching in a higher education environment and will be required to engage with and contribute to a broad range of music-based activities and modules as required by the School: this is likely to include fundamentals of music theory, analysis and arranging.

This post is part time 0.4fte.

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