University Professorship for Instrumental-Correpetition

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The University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, Institute of Piano, is offering a position for a


University Professorship for Instrumental-Correpetition


presumably beginning with the winter semester 2022/23 and based on § 99 of the Universities Act.


The University of Music and Performing Arts Graz – the KUG -, with around 2,300 students at its Graz and Oberschützen campuses, is an international university offering a wide range of courses in music and the performing arts. Located in the heart of Europe, we build on the cultural heritage of our region and at the same time explore the current different positioning in the contemporary arts. We engage with international developments in the arts, pedagogy and research and enquire the significance of art and culture in society. It is in a cooperative way that teachers and students work in the joint knowledge process. We see the potential of gender, diversity and sustainability as an opportunity in the transformation of the artistic and cultural sector and for the further development of our institution.


Tasks areas

  • teaching particularly in the main artistic subject of Instrumental-Correpetition
  • significant participation in the expansion and further development of this department
  • responsible representation and promotion of the field in its entirety, in particular in the arts-based research
  • development of the university’s teaching environment and its artistic and scholarly life, as well as helping shape the academic autonomy of the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz
  • participation in organisational, administrative and evaluation duties


Employment Requirements

  • a degree from an Austrian or comparable foreign educational institute that suits the position, or an equivalent artistic aptitude
  • outstanding personality with the highest artistic qualification for the position to be filled
  • outstanding pedagogical and didactic competency
  • internationally outstanding artistic career
  • competence and/or experience in the areas of Gender and Diversity
  • If German is not the native language, it is assumed that there is the willingness to learn German with the aim of reaching at least level B2 within a fixed period of time.


To be expected

  • teaching experience at the post-secondary level
  • extensive correpetition experience
  • extensive experience in the field of chamber music
  • an open mind concerning new professional fields


KUG attaches particular importance to risk reduction in relation to the pandemic. Therefore, it is desirable that applicants are vaccinated against COVID-19, at the latest at the commencement of employment.


Contract: Temporary employment relationship pursuant to § 25 of the Collective Agreement for University Employees for a period of 5 years. The appointment may only be extended after an appointment procedure has been carried out in accordance with § 98 of the Universities Act.

Level of employment: part-time, employment extent of 75 % of full-employment

Pay: Collective agreement minimum monthly salary currently € 4,078.28 gross (14 x annually); any higher salary can be made the subject of appointment negotiations.


We look forward to receiving your written application together with documents proving the above-mentioned employment requirements.


End of application period: 30.04.2022

Applications should be sent electronically under reference 19/22 to


The university is striving to increase the proportion of women in its artistic staff and therefore strongly encourages qualified women to apply. Women will be given preference in the case of equal qualification.


Applicants are not entitled to compensation for the travel and lodging expenses that arise during the application procedure.


Following the concept of social sustainability at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, which interprets all aspects of special requirements, persons with special needs will be given preference in the case of equal qualification.



On behalf of the Rectorate

Georg Schulz

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