[linux-audio-announce] Job opportunity, Glasgow, Scotland.

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Date: Wednesday, July 20, 2005 - 8:08 am

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I hope readers of LAD might find the following useful, and I wonder if
you'd mind posting it for me. Linux audio developers have been
interested in these posts in the past.

Please note that my understanding of employment legislation is that we
are unable to employ personnel from outwith the European Union unless
it can be demonstrated that the required skill set does not exist
within the EU (which in this case it certainly does)

Here's the post...

Job opportunity:

RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (MUSIC), UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW
Closing date: 5th August 2005

Based in the Department of Music and shared with the Humanities Advanced
Technology and Information Institute, this is a key post aimed at
developing and
supporting the use of information and communication technology in music
teaching
and research. Job responsibilities come under three main headings:
research
support; lab management, administration and development; and teaching
support.
The postholder will provide technical support specific to music.

For further details, please see:
http://www.gla.ac.uk/services/humanresources/recruit/5aug_11387.htm

JOB PURPOSE

The aim of this post is to develop and support the use of information
and
communication technology in music teaching and research. The postholder
will
provide technical support specific to the discipline of music.

KEY TASKS

Job responsibilities come under three main headings: (a) research
support, (b)
laboratory management, administration and development, and (c) teaching
support.

a. Research Support
a) Advise and assist staff and postgraduates in the selection and
use of appropriate new technology resources to enhance research.
b) Collaborate with staff and postgraduates on the technical aspects
of research funding applications.

b. Laboratory Management, Administration and Development
a) Liaise with the HATII team in providing technology resources,
and with the Technician in the Music Department, on studio and
audio infrastructure.
b) Maintain and supervise the computing facilities in the
Department of Music, delegating to the HATII team, as appropriate.
c) Liaise with other RDOs in the Arts Faculty, Department of
Electronics and Electrical Engineering and Department of
Computing Science, to identify and develop common resources.

c. Teaching Support
a) Enhance the deployment of teaching materials.
b) Identify new technologies for use in teaching.
c) Provide technical advice to students, including demonstrations
and classes, as appropriate.
d) Contribute to the Faculty's undergraduate and postgraduate
teaching programme managed by HATII.

OBJECTIVES

To ensure that the provision of ICT in the Department of Music is
appropriate to
teaching, learning and research needs of staff and students.

These key tasks are not intended to be exhaustive, but simply highlight
a number
of major tasks which the post holder may be reasonably expected to
undertake.
Every job description will be subject to review on an annual basis, or:
· as a result of a change in strategic management
· as a result of team/ operational requirements
· as a result of agreed performance and development review
including any review of objectives
· within six months of appointment.

THE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

The Department has extensive high-quality audio and computing
facilities. These
comprise: professionally equipped recording studios with tielines to
concert
halls and soundbooth, Mac-based Electroacoustic Studios with Digidesign
audio
hardware and soundbooth; two Mac-based audio workstation labs; an
undergraduate
PC cluster; a PC cluster for postgraduates and researchers; and a
number of web
and ftp servers running Linux. Applications include ProTools, Logic,
Cubase,
Finale and Sibelius, Max/MSP, PD/GEM, Csound and more.

The Department is a thriving environment for research and teaching
across a wide
range of areas including electroacoustic and acoustic composition, music
technology, historical and cultural musicology, and Scottish music.

For further details, please see:
http://www.gla.ac.uk/services/humanresources/recruit/5aug_11387.htm

Department of Music:
http://www.gla.ac.uk/music

HATII:
http://www.hatii.arts.gla.ac.uk
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