Electronic & Produced Music Professors
Hourly Paid: £44.24 per hour to £68.61 per hour (including holiday pay), depending on experience and standing.
Initially 12 months fixed with potential for transitioning to permanent
The Guildhall School of Music & Drama is looking to expand our team of hourly paid Electronic & Produced Music professors to teach (during term time) weekly 1-2-1 lessons and occasional group master-classes on the undergraduate Principal Study Electronic & Produced Music Courses.
Candidates should have considerable experience in Electronic & Produced Music as either a performer, producer, composer or ‘sound artist’ across any mix of our following Principal Study disciplines: Electronic Music, Film Music, Sonic Art, Game Audio, Live Electronics, Popular Music Production and New Media. Candidates should also have proven experience of being able to teach, inspire and motivate students of the highest calibre.
Closing date for applications is: 12 Noon, Monday, 11 July 2022.
Interviews will take place toward the end of July.
For more information, please see the Job Information Pack in the attachment section.
Please note that late applications will not be accepted.
For more details, please go to http://www.gsmd.ac.uk/jobs
To apply online, please visit https://careers.cityoflondon.gov.uk/
Please contact 020 7332 3978 (24hr answerphone) quoting reference number GS675 if you experience any problems. A minicom service for the hearing impaired is available on 020 7332 3732.
The City of London Corporation is committed to Equal Opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Guildhall School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, and expects all employees, workers and volunteers to share this commitment.
The Guildhall School of Music and Drama is committed to increasing diversity of staff, and as an organisation we welcome applications from all sections of the community. In recognising the positive value of diversity, we want to better reflect and understand the communities we exist to serve. We are particularly keen to encourage interest from people with disabilities, LGBTQIA+, Black, Asian, and other global majority backgrounds who are currently under-represented within the Arts.
We are members of the Disability Confident Scheme and guarantee to interview all disabled candidates who would like to be considered under this scheme and who meet the minimum essential criteria for the role. We support and provide adjustments for people with disabilities – if you have a disability and need help with the application process, please contact us.