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Head of Subject: Music Technology and Music Management

London College of Music

Salary:   £54,257 to £61,064 per annum
Release Date:   Thursday 05 July 2018
Closing Date:   Sunday 22 July 2018
Interview Date:   Thursday 02 August 2018
Reference:   LCM098

The University of West London is a leading modern university specialising in the education and development of exceptional creative, business and service professionals.

About the role

With 130 years of experience behind them, London College of Music is now the largest specialist Music & Performing Arts Institution in the UK boasting Europe’s largest suite of teaching studios. As part of the University of West London, LCM offers students from across the music spectrum opportunities to enjoy a world-class Conservatoire style education, industry standard facilities within a university setting.

As Head of Subject, you will play a key role within the College’s management team and will lead both academics and technical aspects of music technology and music management curriculum at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. The College is fully committed to ensuring that inclusiveness, diversity and creativity remain at the heart of its mission and industry is also at the forefront of our ethos.  Your knowledge of the discipline, your experience in higher education and industry connections will therefore be fully utilised to develop enterprise links within the sector in order to enhance employment opportunities and work experience for graduates.

What you need

We are interested to hear from candidates who i) have post-graduate qualifications in one of the following curriculum areas; music technology, music production, music business, event production disciplines ii) experience of higher education in a position of leadership (iii) held significant professional roles within the music industry.

You must be able to demonstrate both management and team-building experience, as well as your commitment to continued development of these curriculum areas.

Please be advised that it is expected that appointment within a grade will normally be at the minimum point.

Please include your CV with your application.

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