The University of Auckland is New Zealand’s leading university. We employ more than 5,400 academic and professional staff to support over 41,000 students, making us one of NZ’s largest employers.
The School of Music aspires to be a sustainable, high performing academic unit with high relevance to the community that it draws its student cohort from.
We have a vacancy for a passionate, innovative and inspiring Lecturer or Senior Lecturer (specialising in Jazz performance) to grow student knowledge in the genre of Jazz and collaborate with music networks nationally and internationally.
We are seeking applications from candidates who hold a doctoral degree (or equivalent) in jazz performance or jazz studies (as primary or secondary area).
The successful appointee will be required to deliver applied jazz performance lessons (one-to-one and ensemble), academic lectures in jazz theory as well as related subjects and to contribute to the supervision of postgraduate students.
He / she will be committed to musical excellence, flexibility and provide leadership as both an artist and researcher. We are seeking a Lecturer who can nurture creativity and influence musicians in diverse musical styles from a range of creative backgrounds.
To find out more about the role, please view the position description.
Please apply online by the closing date 1 September 2018. All applications must be submitted online.
Applications must include a cover letter, evidence of qualifications, reflective and creative practice research, an updated recent curriculum vitae, and only contact information of three references.
Please note letters of references may be requested for longlisted candidates.
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