Hourly Paid Lecturers: Academic Studies in Popular Music, Vocal Studies and Performance
Creative Arts and Design,Music,Performing Arts,Other Creative Arts
Short info about job
Company: The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance
Salary: £25.59 to £39.94 per hour
Hours: Part Time
Contract type: Permanent
Type / Role: Academic or Research
Phone: +44-1205 6446746
Fax: +44-1254 1894836
Detail information about job Hourly Paid Lecturers: Academic Studies in Popular Music, Vocal Studies and Performance. Terms and conditions vacancy
ICMP is the pioneer of contemporary music education in the UK and has been helping students build successful careers in the music industry for over 30 years. With a portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in popular music performance, production, creative musicianship, songwriting and music business we are proud of our mission to ‘shape the future of music’. Based in London we enjoy unparalleled industry connectivity and our recent development at Tileyard Studios will ensure our continuing success at the forefront of education and training in contemporary music.
We are seeking to build on our existing faculty by recruiting new talent into an established team. Hourly Paid Lecturers play a significant role in maintaining the dynamism and diversity of our faculty.
Academic Studies in Popular Music
We are looking for dynamic and experienced teachers with backgrounds in any area of the academic study of popular music to deliver core module content in areas of contextual, critical and cultural studies, dissertation seminars and supervision, academic writing, and practice-based research. Candidates should hold a Master’s qualification. A PhD, completed or nearing completion, is desirable but not essential. Successful candidates will have opportunities to teach across a range of modules on our BMus, BA and MA programmes.
Vocal Studies and Performance
We are looking for dynamic and experienced vocal coaches/tutors with impressive professional profiles and who are in demand as performers. Candidates must have current and progressive knowledge of vocal technique, be stylistically diverse and have strong reading skills. Successful candidates will have opportunities to teach across a range of modules on our BMus and BA programmes.
Note: The Institute is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the young people and vulnerable adults. Successful candidates will be required to obtain a satisfactory enhanced DBS check
For an informal discussion about the posts please contact Dr Tony Harris, Dean of Academic Studies [email protected] 020 7328 0222
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