Lecturer in Music Technology and Popular Music
The School of Performing Arts at the University of Wolverhampton is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Popular Music and Music Technology. Housed in the state-of-the-art Performance Hub on our Walsall campus, the School offers a wide portfolio of courses and has strong links with industry. We are committed to providing an excellent student experience and suitable candidates will be expected to demonstrate passion and enthusiasm for teaching, with the desire to support students to fulfil their potential and realise their career ambitions.
We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic lecturer in Popular Music and Music Technology, with the skills to contribute to both subject areas. You will be a proficient musician with the ability to teach across performance, music production and live sound modules. You will also be required to contribute to research and musicology modules.
Teaching across our provision in Popular Music and Music Technology, you will be qualified to at least Masters level in a relevant subject.
You will be an excellent teacher and you will have a track record of teaching in Higher Education. You will possess a PGCE or higher education teaching qualification. You will also have Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy or be willing to work towards.
You will make a significant contribution to teaching in the subject areas, working collaboratively with subject colleagues, and have a clear focus on meeting the needs of our students. Demonstrable, active engagement with industry networks would be desirable.
Interviews to take place Tuesday 8th September 2020.
For an informal discussion regarding any of these posts please contact Helen Rudge, Deputy Head of the School of Performing Arts: H.Rudge@wlv.ac.uk
The University of Wolverhampton values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.