HE Lecturer in Creative Music Technology (0.6)
Doncaster College, part of the DN Colleges Group is a large provider of further and higher education in South Yorkshire, with a comprehensive range of further and higher education course options. With a turnover of circa £33 million, the College is based at the iconic £65-million Hub campus on the town's waterfront Our Investor In People status emphasises the College’s commitment to staff development.
Benefits package includes a career average pension scheme, generous annual leave entitlement plus bank holidays and additional local bank holidays and two weeks closedown at Christmas, Staff Welfare Programme, and access to local gym facilities.
University Centre Doncaster is seeking to recruit a 0.6 member of staff to teach on its BA(Hons) Creative Music Technology programme. Programme leadership duties are also required. The post is fixed term for one year with potential to be extended to two years.
Successful candidates will ideally hold a Masters level qualification in Music Technology or related subject area and possess a teaching qualification or be a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
You should have experience of teaching on under-graduate Music Technology programmes of study and be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of innovative teaching strategies appropriate to this subject area.
You will be required to teach various modules across the programme including: Music Composition, Sampling & Synthesis, Performance Technology and Dissertation. Essential to the role is in depth knowledge and experience of the following specialist software: Logic X, Max MSP and Ableton.
We reserve the right to withdraw this vacancy at any time if there is a high level of applications therefore, we would recommend that you submit your application as early as possible.
Candidates who have been invited to interview will be notified in writing within 4 weeks of the closing date.
As an Equal Opportunities Employer, Doncaster College seeks a workforce which reflects the community we serve. We welcome applications from those groups under-represented among our staff.
The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment.
All successful candidates will be required to obtain a DBS Disclosure.
Please apply via the link.