Lectureship in Music (Ethnomusicology)

Lectureship in Music (Ethnomusicology)


2008-02-27 Music Partics GA  <<Click here to download Post Particulars>>

Memorandum on Academic Posts


2008-02-27 Music Memorandum GA <<Click here to download>>

Lectureship in Music (Ethnomusicology)

College of Arts, Celtic Studies & Social Sciences

The Department of Music is committed to the cultivation, through creativity in teaching, research, composition and performance, of a dynamic learning community dedicated to an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural understanding of music.

Applications are invited for the above whole-time permanent post from candidates specialised in ethnomusicology. Candidates are expected to hold a PhD or equivalent doctoral qualification (or to have submitted their doctoral thesis for examination) and to be active researchers in their field(s) of specialism in ethnomusicology. A specialism in Irish traditional music may be an advantage. The successful applicant will co-teach the MA programme in Ethnomusicology and will participate fully in the rest of the work of the Department.

For informal discussion, contact Dr Paul Everett, Head of the Department:

Email: p.everett@ucc.ie / Tel: +353 21 490 4530 

Website: http://www.music.ucc.ie/

Salary scale [new entrants]: €35,610 - €57,847. There is provision for subsequent progression to higher salary scale, max. €83,504.

Closing date: Friday, 04th April 2008

Completed application forms must be returned to: Department of Human Resources, University College Cork, Ireland.

Tel: + 353 21 4903073 / Email: recruitment@per.ucc.ie / Fax + 353 21 4276995

Application Form for Academic Posts http://www.ucc.ie/en/hr/FormsContractDocuments/DocumentFile,35042,en.doc

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