Teaching Fellow in Sound
University of Surrey - Guildford School of Acting
|Salary:||£24,590 to £30,214 per annum pro rata (0.8 FTE)|
|Placed on:||28th September 2016|
|Closes:||26th October 2016|
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Interview Date: Tuesday 08 November 2016
GSA (Guildford School of Acting) is a long established and internationally renowned conservatoire, training technicians, performers and creative leaders for the theatre and performance industries. We are a department of the University of Surrey, a leading UK and global university. The department of Technical Theatre Arts runs the BA Performance Technologies & Production programme, as well as supporting the production aspects of all other courses within the GSA portfolio. Providing an excellent student experience is central to all we do. Within this role that you will primarily lead the Sound pathway on the BA programme.
We are seeking a dynamic theatre practitioner, who will contribute to the ongoing development of vocational learning, practice and scholarship at GSA. You will have specialist skills in sound for performance, (minimum of five years in professional theatrical sound production) with proven experience in commercial musical theatre and drama. You will have advanced knowledge of relevant sound and AV technologies for contemporary production, including Digico SD-series consoles, Sennheiser radio mics, Dante networking, Pro-tools and Q Lab. You will have excellent administrative and IT skills as well as pastoral ability. Teaching experience (preferably in a drama school environment) is desirable.
As a new colleague at GSA you will join a thriving theatre community, working with excellent colleagues and students. If you would like an informal discussion about this post, please contact Jo Franklin (Head of Technical Theatre Arts) on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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