Friday, 27 March 2009

Job Posting: Lecturer (2 posts) - University of Leeds

CLOSING DATE: 14 April 2009.

The School of Music invites applications for 2 Lecturer posts. Qualified to Doctoral level you will be an outstanding scholar who has research outputs of international significance (or the potential to develop) and be able to make a significant contribution to the research culture of the School and contribute to a lively postgraduate community. With excellent teaching skills, including experience at HE level, and the ability to demonstrate these in an appropriate choice of delivery techniques and assessment methods you will participate in specialist undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and supervision.

Post 1: Lecturer in Music with specialism in Composition (any style)
The successful candidate will contribute to the delivery and coordination of specialist Composition modules and be able to contribute to the degree programme in Popular and World Musics.

Post 2: Lecturer in Music with specialism in Music Technology
The successful candidate will contribute to the delivery and coordination of specialist Music Technology modules and contribute to a broader range of subjects within the School’s portfolio and contribute to both the BA Music and BA Popular and World Musics programmes. Knowledge of the wider musicological, historical, aesthetic, scientific, compositional and/or performative aspects of music technology and computer music would be desirable.

These posts are available from 1 September 2009 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Lecturer 7/8 (£29,704 - £43,622 p.a.) according to qualifications and experience

Informal inquiries about the post may be made to Professor Derek Scott, School of Music, email d.scott at

To download an application form and job details please visit and click on jobs. Alternatively these may be obtained from email vpaempl at tel +44 (0)113 343 7003 or +44 (0)113 343 3731.
Closing date: April 14th, 2009.

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