EOI: UNSW - 4 Month FT Research Associate in Music Perception Analysis
The Empirical Musicology Group in the School of the Arts and Media at the University of New South Wales is seeking expressions of interest for 4 month full time Research Associate Position (Academic Level A, approx $61,868 p.a. + 9% Superannuation, pro rata) in music cognition and related areas. The position will commence in August 2012. The applicant will be involved in an Australian Research Council project investigating emotional and cognitive responses to music. We are seeking an ambitious, team playing, collegial and hard working individual who is seeking to fast-track their research output. Non-local expressions will need to make their own visa, relocation and living arrangements as required. Interested individuals are invited to submit an EOI indicating if and how they meet the criteria below and a relevant, 2 page CV plus list of publications (if appropriate). A graduate degree qualification in at least one of the listed areas, and a strong foundation in music is essential.
Qualification in Music.
Qualification in Music Cognition.
Qualification in Engineering or Science.
Qualification in Psychology.
Qualification in Mathematics (with specialisation in statistics and time-series analysis).
Programming experience in Matlab and/or R Statistics Package.
Programming experience in Max/MSP.
Other programming and data manipulation experiences.
Experience and designing, conducting, managing and analysing psychological experiments.
Ability to work effectively and independently in a team.
Ability to work to tight deadlines.
Motivation in rapid expansion of publication track record in a collaborative environment.
Motivation to apply for external funding.
Ability to complete and document projects.
Expressions of interest should be submitted to Associate Professor Emery Schubert by email (E.Schubert@xxxxxxxxxxx) as a single attachment file (including response to criteria and CV), with the file name including the surname of the applicant, by Friday, May 18.