Lecturer in Popular Music Performance - Fixed Term (1 Year in the First
London College of Music
Salary: £41,201 to £47,169 per annum
Release Date: Friday 20 May 2022
Closing Date: Sunday 05 June 2022
The University of West London (UWL) is one of the top 40 universities in the
UK and the top modern university in London according to the influential
Guardian University Guide 2021.
We were also named University of the Year for Student Experience in The Times
and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021, being described by the editor
as “regularly among the top-performing universities” and proving that “it is
possible for a London-based institution to achieve outstanding levels of
student satisfaction beyond other universities”.
London College of Music is placed within the University of West London and is
the largest specialist music and performing arts institution in the UK,
delivering undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from BA and BMus through to
PhD and DMus.
Based at the Ealing campus, London College of Music boasts exceptional
facilities for performance and studio technology.
Teaching across the Popular Music Performance portfolio on the BMus (Hons)
Performance and Recording, BMus (Hons) Performance and Music Management and
the new BMus (Hons) Popular Music Performance courses, the successful
candidate will also contribute to the breadth of courses across the Popular
Music Performance subject area.
Working collaboratively with the course leaders, the post holder will lead on
a number of modules, ensuring that the content is diverse, current, and
accessible. They will need to design and implement approaches where popular
music performance is delivered in a range of engaging and challenging modes,
from individual through to whole cohort learning.
Applicants must hold a Master's degree in the field. They must possess
relevant teaching experience at postgraduate and undergraduate levels. They
should possess practical knowledge and expertise regarding the demands of
Popular Music Performance and be able to assist students to reach their own
How to Apply
To apply click on ‘Apply Online' and fill out the application form. For
informal enquiries about the position please contact Daniel Hagan, Head of
Our College is under-represented in terms of staff from BAME (Black, Asian
and minority ethnic) backgrounds, of LGBT+ identities, and with disabilities.
UWL is committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce, supports the
gender equality Athena SWAN Charter, and is a Disability Confident Employer as
well as a Diversity Champion for Stonewall, the leading LGBT+ rights
organisation. We welcome applications from all sections of the community,
particularly those mentioned above to increase diversity in our workforce.
We welcome applications from individuals who do not have a fellowship of the
Higher Education Academy (HEA). Should you be successful and do not hold an
HEA fellowship you will be asked to complete one within 2 years of appointment
as a condition of your continued employment. Depending on eligibility this may
take the form of an advanced Level 7 apprenticeship in teaching which means
that you will spend 20% of your work in off-the-job study
Please be advised that it is expected that appointment within a grade will
normally be at the minimum point.