Senior Lecturer in Music in Audiovisual Media

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Friday November 12, 2021, 11:30 p.m.

The University of Liverpool is recruiting a full-time Music Lecturer in Audiovisual Media.

The successful candidate will join a department in which there is a strong interest in the history, theory, musicology and practice of music in a range of audiovisual media. In addition to several modules specific to music and cinema, a particular focus is made on music and video games, offering a BSc in music and game design studies and a BSc in Game Design in collaboration with the Computer Science Department. You will be expected to teach audiovisual media history, theory and musicology at the undergraduate level. You will also supervise students working on undergraduate and postgraduate theses, including research masters students (SIRes) and possibly those of doctoral students.

You will play a key role in the development and delivery of new specialist postgraduate programs in the field of music in audiovisual media. You will need to have teaching and assessment experience in higher education. The successful candidate will be an experienced researcher in the field of audiovisual media and will have plans for the development of research impact and offers for external research funding. In addition, you will be an excellent administrator, with the commitment to ensure a high quality student experience. Ideally, you will be able to take up your duties by January 1, 2022.

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