Assistant Professorship and Professorship in Musicology
Department of Arts and Cultural Studies
University of Copenhagen
Assistant professorship in musicology
Applications are invited from scholars who work on historical source materials in theoretically and methodologically innovative ways. We interpret “historical source materials” in the broadest sense of the term, i.e. from any era or geographical area. Possible fields of research may include, but are not limited to: Western or non-Western art music, popular music, and jazz. Applicants whose work crosses borders between such categories are also encouraged to apply.
Professorship in musicology
There will be a preference for candidates primarily researching relationships between music and media, in relation to multi-media, to the role of music in different media, to sound studies, or as part everyday life, the avant-garde or popular music.
Multiple full-time faculty positions
Tisch School of the Arts
New York University
New York University’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at the Tisch School of the Arts invites applications and nominations for multiple full-time faculty positions to commence in the Fall of 2014. We seek candidates to teach undergraduate courses in each of the following areas: Musicianship and Performance; Writing, Journalism, History, and Emergent Media; Studio Production.
Application deadline is 13 December 2013.
Full posting and application details
NYU encourages applications from women and minorities.
Center for Popular Music
Middle Tennessee State University
Review of position begins 28 October 2013 and is advertised as open until filled.
Further details here
Call for applications
ILAM (International Library of African Music: Research Institute and Heritage Archive)
Deadline: 30 September 2013
Further details here
Three Full-Time Post-Doctoral Positions
King’s College London
Modern Moves: Kinetic Transnationalism and Afro-Diasporic Rhythm Cultures
Applications are invited for three full-time post-doctoral scholars to work on the interdisciplinary project Modern Moves: Kinetic Transnationalism and Afro-Diasporic Rhythm Cultures funded by the European Research Council and located in the English Department of King’s College London under the leadership of Professor Ananya Jahanara Kabir. The appointments are for 54 months. Applicants must have a completed PhD by the application’s closing date. Continue reading
Music Lecturer and Music Business Lecturer
University of the Highlands
Closing Date: 29 July 2013
Music Lecturer: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AGY455/music-lecturer
Music Business Lecturer: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AGY451/music-business-lecturer
Lecturer in Music
University of Leeds
Performance, Visual Arts & Communications
Closing Date: 8 July 2013
The School of Music seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Music in the field of musical analysis. You will be able to teach analysis across a range of musics, but with a particular interest in the analysis of popular music. Further information.
Lecturer in Digital Cultures
University of Liverpool
Salary Grade 8, £37,382-£47,314 pa
The Department of Communication and Media and The School of Music wish to appoint a Lecturer in Digital Cultures. Applicants with expertise in social media, audio-visual cultures, screen media, and/or video games, are especially welcome, but those with teaching and research expertise in other areas of digital media are also encouraged to apply, so long as their interests relate to the work of both departments. Continue reading
Senior Lecturer in Popular Music
Department of Contemporary Arts
Manchester Metropolitan University (Cheshire Campus)
Closing Date: 31 January 2013
The Department of Contemporary Arts at Manchester Metropolitan University (Cheshire Campus) invites applications for a senior lecturing position in the area of Popular Music. Continue reading
Lecturer Screen Music
Australian Film Television and Radio School
Australia’s national screen arts and broadcast school
Closes: 23 January 2013
Part-time – 5 days per fortnight; 3-Year contract; $67,575 to $92,844 pa (full-time equivalent)
We are seeking a professional practitioner with experience in composing for the screen to take on this role combining teaching with curriculum development and research. As Lecturer you will have the opportunity to teach and mentor exceptionally talented students. To do this effectively, relevant experience in teaching and/or training, as well as an understanding of music composition, arrangement, recording and production processes, is essential. To be successful you must be an effective communicator with a collaborative approach, and qualifications in a relevant field will be considered an advantage. Continue reading