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From: Kevin Austin (kevin.austin@videotron.ca)
Date: Tue Oct 19 2004 - 20:39:31 EDT

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2004 16:56:34 -0400 (EDT)
From: Dennis Miller <dennismi@lynx.dac.neu.edu>
Subject: job listing

Assistant Professor in Electronic Music
Department of Music
Northeastern University
Boston, MA
(also available at www.musictech.neu.edu/2005vacancy.html)

RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach courses from the areas of electronic music
composition, sound synthesis, interactive performance, audio processing,
history of electronic music and music theory. Additional course areas as
required by the Music Department. Assist in the supervision of the
electronic-music ensemble and student-composer initiatives.

QUALIFICATIONS: Background in electronic music composition. Familiarity
with one or more of the following music systems highly desirable:
Max/MSP, Symbolic Sound Kyma System, Csound, Kurzweil K2xx series.
Expertise in sound design for film, video (animation) and/or theatre;
new digital media technologies; and sound for the Web (Flash, et al)
also desirable. Doctorate and previous teaching experience preferred.

RANK: Assistant Professor (tenure track)

SALARY: negotiable

DATE OF APPT.: September, 2005

THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT: The Music Department has fourteen full-time and a
number of part-time faculty members. An undergraduate degree in music is
currently offered in three concentrations: music technology (composition
for electronic instruments), music industry and music history and
analysis. The Music Department also collaborates with the Department of
Visual Arts in the implementation and supervision of the dual major in
multimedia studies. Performance opportunities, both solo and ensemble,
are available to students, faculty, alumni, and members of the community.

THE UNIVERSITY: Northeastern is a large, private urban university in
Boston situated close to Symphony Hall and the Museum of Fine Arts.
It is an equal opportunity/affirmative action, Title IX employer.

TO APPLY: Send c.v.; names, emails and phone numbers of three
references, at least one of whom is familiar with candidate's
teaching; and statement of professional interests and experience.
Applications must be received by regular mail by January 16, 2005:

Chair, Music Technology Search Committee
Department of Music
Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue, Room 351 Ryder Hall
Boston, MA 02115
Email: de.miller@neu.edu (inquiries only)

Please review the Music Technology Web page at
www.musictech.neu.edu for additional information about the program.

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