JOB VACANCY: Teaching Fellow in Music, Newcastle University.
Salary: £28,132 - £29,837 (with potential progression to £36,661)
Closing Date: 4 February 2014
The International Centre for Music Studies (ICMuS) wishes to appoint a
Teaching Fellow in Music in this dynamic and research-intensive
subject area based in the School of Arts and Cultures.
You should have a background in ethnomusicology, music sociology,
popular music studies or a cognate discipline, and applications from
candidates with a research specialism or performance experience in the
traditional music of the British Isles or Ireland will be particularly
You should ideally have an established track record of research and
teaching in the critical understanding of traditional or popular
musics. You will be expected to show evidence of an existing research
trajectory that would support the scholarship element of the role and
experience of learning and teaching in a tertiary educational context.
A part-time appointment may be negotiable for an outstanding candidate
wishing to retain another minor, yet essential, commitment.
You will deliver existing modules on the undergraduate and
postgraduate programmes, contribute to examination panels, supervise
dissertations and/or projects and make an administrative contribution
to the running of the centre.
This post is fixed-term for 12 months.