Job: Lecturer in Music Analysis at Newcastle University

The International Centre for Music Studies (ICMuS) at Newcastle University wishes to appoint a Lecturer in Music Analysis to contribute to the teaching and supervision of music analysis and theory at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. You will hold a PhD in music analysis or a related field. You will have a portfolio of internationally-recognised research outputs, and will be ready to make a strong contribution to REF2021. You must also be able to demonstrate a track record of high quality teaching, as well as experience of having undertaken administrative duties in an HE environment, or the potential to do so. You will have excellent communication skills and will be able to communicate effectively and engagingly to students, staff and external audiences. You must be collegiate in approach, and will be able to work within a diverse and plural teaching and research environment. 

As one of the UK’s larger music departments, The International Centre for Music Studies at Newcastle University is able to sustain a distinctive and plural research culture. We have research strengths in: early music and historical musicology; popular music studies; ethnomusicology and traditional musics; critical and cultural musicology; composition (broadly defined) and performance. Please see individual staff profiles (see links below) for further information on our research. We have four undergraduate degree programmes with approximately 260 students on our BA Music, BMus Music with Year Abroad, BA Popular and Contemporary Music and BA Folk and Traditional Music. We also have a crucial constituency of around 55 MMus, MLitt, MPhil and PhD students comprising a highly plural and exciting postgraduate research community. 

Candidates may contact Dr Kirsten Gibson (Head of Music), for informal discussion prior to making an application (  / tel: 0191 208 5247). 

More information on the department is available here.

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Closing Date: 1 January 2019

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