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Lecturer in Interactive Sound (0.2FTE)

Glasgow School of Art - School of Simulation & Visualisation (SimVis)

Location: Glasgow
Salary: £37,706 to £47,722 pro rata (Grade 7)
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 7th August 2018
Closes: 19th August 2018

Permanent Salary – Grade 7 (£37,706 - £47,722 pro rata) 7 hours per week


The School of Simulation & Visualisation (SimVis) has a key role within The Glasgow School of Art in delivering high profile research and teaching in sound, advanced 3D visualisation, graphics technologies and animation, whilst maintaining a range of dedicated research programmes with industry.   As Lecturer for both the new undergraduate and existing postgraduate Sound for Moving Image programmes you will undertake an appropriate balance of teaching, research, assessment, course and curriculum development and related administration.   

You will have undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in appropriate disciplines and have significant professional experience in audio, music, sound art and computer programming combined with experience of working in a higher education institution. You will have experience with both the creative practice of working with pre-recorded and interactive sound as well as a strong understanding of contemporary critical approaches to the same.  

Download: Job Description   

Closing date for application forms: Midnight - Sunday 19h August 2018 

The Glasgow School of Art is an equal opportunities employer. 


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