Senior Lecturer in Music Technology
Committed to research and teaching excellence and passionate about the arts, humanities, design and media, Coventry University Faculty of Art and Humanities is a vibrant community of scholars, researchers and practitioners with profile across the globe and a heritage of quality builtup over 150 years.
The School of Media and Performing Arts has a long-sustained reputation for innovation and enjoys a rapidly rising profile. It has established a highly distinctive approach towards its teaching, research and professional practice and offers exciting undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Dance, Theatre, Music and Music Technology and within Media, Media and Communications, Journalism, Media Production, Digital Media, and Photography.
The School is seeking an academic with an established profile in a distinctive field within Music Technology. Applicants should hold a doctorate in a relevant subject or equivalent professional experience and beable to relate the key debates framing the transformation and location of sound synthesis, sampling, live sound and sound to picture. In addition, applicants must have a proven track record of delivering a first-class student experience within a higher education environment. Experience of a leadership role in higher education would be desirable.
Successful candidates will undertake teaching assessment and delivery within the BSc in Music Technology course. Applicants must have capabilities in utilising different DAW’s and multimedia programming (Pro-Tools, Logic, Ableton, Max-MSP). A practical working knowledge and the appropriate technical skills for areas such as studio recording and live sound is essential.
The successful candidate will need to demonstrate a continuing engagement with pedagogic development - those without a teaching qualification will be required to undertake Coventry University’s PGCHE and/or secure HEA fellowship; and must have a proven track record of delivering a first-class student experience within a higher education environment.
Successful applicants will have a strong track record of research/scholarship (contributing to REF, and subsequent evaluations). They will have engaged actively in research, publication, income generation and/ or professional practice in recent critical/ theoretical approaches to new forms of music technology.
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Published on 22 March 2018