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Music Posts in Ireland

See below for details of music posts available in Ireland:

UCD Teaching Fellowship Vacancy (fixed term maternity cover) The deadline is 29 May The UCD School of Music is advertising a Teaching Fellowship (70%) to cover a maternity leave as of the end of July. Please click here for the job description. 

Lecturer in Ethnomusicology, University College Cork, Department of Music (Permanent) Tuesday, 13 March 2018, 12.00pm UCC wishes to appoint an ethnomusicologist of distinction to the permanent position of Lecturer in Ethnomusicology. The University is seeking an ethnomusicologist whose specialisms are complemental to existing staff, and whose contributions will enhance and develop UCC’s current strengths in both research and teaching. It is expected that the appointee will have a record of innovative scholarship, a strong peer-reviewed publication profile (which may include practice-based outputs), and successful funding applications. She or he will be dedicated to achieving excellence as a university teacher, at all levels. Further, the successful candidate may have experience in external engagement, for instance through an active record of performance or other research-led outreach. Appointment may be made on the Lectureship Salary Scale: €33,149 - €58,547/€63,987 - €82,273. For more information, see: https://www.ucc.ie/en/

Assistant Professor in Music, Dublin City University, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music (Permanent) Applications are invited for a permanent appointment as Assistant Professor in Music, Dublin City University. Applicants for the position must hold a PhD in Historical Musicology (Early Music); and must have the capacity to teach Composition and Techniques, Music History, Choral Studies, and Music Technology. The successful candidate will have an excellent record in research and publication, and will have the capacity to contribute to the cultural life of the School and the University through composition and/or ensemble performance and leadership. Competency in Irish traditional music and vocal/choral performance are desirable. Salary Scale: Assistant Professor (Lecturer above bar): €51,159 - €79,147 * Assistant Professor (Lecturer below bar): €38,352 - €52,724 * Appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience, and will be made on the appropriate point of the Lecturer Above Bar or Lecturer Below Bar salary scale in line with current Government pay policy Closing date: 24th November 2017 Informal Enquiries to: Dr. Ethna Regan, Head of School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music E-mail: ethna.regan@dcu.ie ; Tel. +353 1 700 8164 Please visit the DCU Vacancies page for more details (http://www.dcu.ie/hr/vacancies/current.shtml).

Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Musicology, UCD School of Music, UCD College of Arts and Humanities (Permanent) Applications are invited for a permanent appointment as Lecturer / Assistant Professor (below the bar) in Musicology, UCD School of Music. The appointed Lecturer / Assistant Professor will teach in the BA and BMus programmes in Music and in the MMus in Musicology (with strands in both historical musicology and ethnomusicology). She/he will also supervise and mentor MA and PhD students. The School in particular seeks candidates with a strong research record and teaching interest in the areas of 20th century music (broadly defined), music and media, and/or music and digital culture. The successful candidate will be an innovative scholar with a proven investment in interdisciplinary topics and approaches within the field of musicology. Note: It is envisaged the successful candidate will commence in post on Monday 8th January 2018. 95 Lecturer / Assistant Professor (below the bar) Scale: €32,820 - €57,602 per annum Appointment will be made on scale and in accordance with the Department of Finance guidelines. Closing date: 17.00hrs (Local Irish Time) on Friday 30th June 2017 Please visit the UCD Vacancies page for more details (https://www.ucd.ie/hr/jobvacancies/).