HE Cohort Tutor (Music Production)Location : guildford, london Employment type : PART_TIME Expires : 2024-01-05 Department : Production Salary range: £36,000 - £44,000
The ACM music production pathway is seeking an enthusiastic and passionate music production tutor with a significant background in sound engineering and music production to join our team for the BA (Hons) Creative Industry Futures programme, which focuses on multidisciplinary collaboration, mirroring industry-standard working practices. You’ll play a pivotal role in delivering a dynamic range of music production and sound engineering teaching materials, actively participating in curriculum development and enhancement, building industry links, and supporting extracurricular activities such as recording workshops, songwriting/music production camps and masterclasses with industry professionals.
Joining the team at ACM during this period of expansion across London, Guildford, and Birmingham presents an exciting opportunity to significantly impact our ambitious, award-winning programme.
- Candidates should have a strong background in working across a range of DAW packages including Logic Pro X, Pro Tools, Ableton Live and FL Studio.
- Proficiency in studio recording and engineering is essential. Applicants should have measurable experience working with in-line analogue consoles in professional studio environments.
- Experience with fundamental sound design concepts and tools that underpin synthesis, sampling and audio processing. Knowledge of Max/MSP, Puredata and/or Reaktor would be beneficial.
- Strong commitment to excellence in teaching, with a focus on student-centred approaches
- Ability to work effectively with a diverse, multicultural student body.
- Excellent communication and collaboration skills for liaising with various stakeholders.
- Active participation in departmental and institutional administration.
- Dedication to continual professional development in both teaching and subject area expertise.
- Design and deliver engaging lessons for students across Levels 4, 5, and 6.
- Monitor and assess student progress, ensuring high standards of progression and retention.
- Maintain and enhance the quality of teaching and learning experiences.
- Participate in assessment processes.
- Collaborate with Admissions for student auditioning, recruitment, selection, and induction.
- Develop teaching materials and methods and revise current courses as necessary.
- Engage in research, applying insights to teaching and external activities.
- Build external networks to support student recruitment.
- Contribute to departmental and institutional committees.
- Enhance lesson quality through engagement with academic quality assurance procedures.
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