Lecturer in Nineteenth-century Music King's College London, Department of Music

Lecturer in Nineteenth-century Music


Reference: THW/17/059639/000576


Salary Details: £32,958 to £39,324 per annum


Allowances: Plus £2,623 London Allowance


Contract Type: Permanent


Contract Term: Full time


The Department of Music seeks to appoint an outstanding candidate at lecturer level with expertise in any aspect of nineteenth-century music, broadly conceived, who is able to perform teaching, supervision and assessment duties on our BMus and MMus programmes, provide PhD supervision, and conduct high-quality original research.

 

The appointed candidate will be an excellent teacher who can develop and deliver teaching for core modules at undergraduate and taught postgraduate level, as well as contributing to the Department’s suite of optional modules.

 

As King’s is committed to research-led teaching, the appointee must be able to demonstrate an established or growing profile of excellent research. Finally, the appointee is expected to have the commitment and necessary competences to actively participate in the Department’s everyday administrative functions.

 

The salary will be paid at Grade 6, £32,958 to £39,324 per annum, plus £2,623 per annum London Allowance.

 

This duration of the post will be Indefinite.

 

This is a Full-time 100% full time equivalent role.

 

The selection process will include a teaching / research presentation and a panel interview.

 

Interviews are scheduled to be held the week commencing:19 June 2017.

 

The deadline for applications is midnight on Tuesday 23 May 2017.

 

Closing date: 23 May 2017


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If you have questions about this role, please contact: Professor Martin Stokes, Email: martin.stokes@kcl.ac.uk,


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