Subject: Job opportunity: Computer Music Composition
From: Chris Corrigan (C.Corrigan@qub.ac.uk)
Date: Fri Jun 25 1999 - 06:34:56 EDT
Permanent, full-time Lectureship in Computer Music Composition (Ref: 99/K113A)
School of Music, Queen's University Belfast (http://www.music.qub.ac.uk)
The School of Music is a dynamic and expanding unit with a very strong
record in research and teaching. The School wishes to make an appointment
to a full-time Lectureship in Electro-acoustic composition/music
technology. The successful applicant will join a flourishing and innovative
team of professional composers and support staff and will be expected to
deliver high-quality research/composition, teaching and administration.
Applicants must have a primary honours degree or equivalent and have
completed a PhD in music or a science subject relevant to electro-acoustic
composition or music technology. They must also provide evidence of
research focus in electro-acoustic composition, music technology or
computer programming with musical applications together with evidence of
work already published or accepted for publication which would enhance the
School's research record, rated 5 in the last Research Assessment Exercise
(RAE). The ability to teach computer programming with musical applications,
as demonstrated either by experience of teaching the subject at tertiary
level or by a relevant research focus is also essential. Some teaching
experience in electro-acoustic composition or music technology at tertiary
level, experience of computer programming in C, C++, Lisp or Java, together
with experience of concert administration, general musicianship skills and
experience in maintaining electro-acoustic equipment in studios and in
setting up equipment for concerts, are desirable.
Salary Scale: Lecturer Grade A: =A316,655 - =A321,815 per annum or Lecturer
Grade B: =A322,726 - =A329,048 per annum (placing dependent on age,
qualifications and experience)
Informal enquiries may be made to Mr Christopher Corrigan telephone 028
9027 3088, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr Ian Woodfield telephone 028
9027 3482, e-mail email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE that computer and telephone links with the School of Music may
be disconnected for a short period around 28 June 1999.
Closing date: 5.00 pm, Friday 30 July 1999.
Applicants quoting appropriate reference number(s) may obtain further
particulars from the Personnel Office, The Queen's University of Belfast,
Northern Ireland, BT7 1NN, by telephoning (01232) 273044 or 273854 (answer
machine) or Fax (01232) 324944 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The University is committed to Equal Opportunities and to selection on
merit. It therefore welcomes applications from all sections of society.
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