Employment level: 11 hours of teaching per week (50% of full employment)
Duration of employment: initially limited to three years; in case of positive evaluation permanent employment
Classification: LD 8 of the Upper Austrian Salary Act 2001
Remuneration: gross monthly salary from EUR 2,417.45 (depending on previous service)
Application deadline: February 14th, 2024
Planned start of employment: October 1st, 2024
Preselection by appointment committee
Hearing incl. teaching sample is expected to take place on May 6th and 7th, 2024
Organizational unit: Institute for Composition, Conducting and Computer Music (IKD)
Outstanding artistic qualification in the field of composition, also with a focus on contemporary music in an interdisciplinary context in accordance with the orientation of the house as a 3-discipline house (music, dance, drama)
A completed domestic or equivalent foreign university education appropriate to the position or an equivalent artistic or artistic-scientific aptitude
International networking, presence, guest lectures, airplay etc.
Experience in supervising scientific and/or artistic-scientific work and own artistic, artistic-scientific or scientific research projects/publications
Extensive teaching experience
Cooperativeness and teamwork
Regular attendance at the Anton Bruckner Private University
Role & Responsibilities
Leading a composition class within the framework of artistic education in the bachelor and master studies and teaching of the relevant supplementary subjects (ensemble work, composition techniques in new music, selected chapters of new music)
Documents to be submitted by applicant:
Certificates, diplomas and documents on a qualification corresponding to the application
Documentation of previous artistic and pedagogical activities or any achievements in the field of artistic, artistic-scientific or scientific research
Contact & general information
For specific questions, please contact the Director of the Institute for Composition, Conducting and Computer Music (IKD), Mr. ao. Univ.Prof. Mag. Johannes Löschel (E: firstname.lastname@example.org). For organizational or general questions please contact the Head of the Human Resources and Legal Department, Mag. Markus Grimberger (T: +43 732 701000 291; E: email@example.com).
Costs incurred in connection with an application to the Anton Bruckner Private University can unfortunately not be reimbursed. Your application documents will be destroyed at the end of the appointment procedure.
Please send your application documents by February 14th, 2024 at the latest exclusively by electronic means to our applicant portal https://jobs.bruckneruni.at.
Diversity and equality are important to the Anton Bruckner Private University in accordance with its mission statement (https://www.bruckneruni.at/en/university/bruckner-university/guiding-principles). In the sense of the Upper Austrian government's equality intentions, we welcome applications from people of all gender identities equally. This job advertisement is not intended to exclude any group of people from applying and is directed at people in all their diversity, in particular at disabled persons whose impairment is compatible with the job advertised. The decisive factor for a successful application is solely the personal and professional suitability for the advertised position.
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