Job Opportunity in Australia (Al Bregman )

Subject: Job Opportunity in Australia
From:    Al Bregman  <al.bregman(at)MCGILL.CA>
Date:    Mon, 4 Nov 2002 15:26:18 -0500

Dear list, Pardon me if this job opportunity has already been posted on the AUDITORY list. If interested, please don't reply to me, but to: spretty(at) Al Bregman ----- Original Message ----- From: "Justin London" <jlondon(at)> To: <jlondon(at)> Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 11:22 AM > Dear SMPC: This item of interest has been sent to us for distribution > to the SMPC list. > > > Director (Associate Professor) > Australian Centre for Applied Research in Music Performance > Sydney Conservatorium of Music > Reference No. B43/003121 > > An opportunity exists for an outstanding, experienced researcher to lead > the development of applied research within the Sydney Conservatorium of > Music. The Australian Centre for Applied Research in Music Performance > (ACARMP) is a recent initiative of the Conservatorium, with the potential > to become a major national and international focal point for research and > innovation in a diversity of areas supporting the pursuit of excellence in > music performance. > > The Director will foster interdisciplinary applied research within the > Centre, building links between research in music performance and research > in such areas as physiology, psychology, music perception and cognition. A > key function of the role is to attract postgraduate research students and > grant funding. > > Essential to the position are a PhD in an area relevant to applied music > research, or equivalent, capacity to attract nationally-competitive > research funding as demonstrated through a substantial track record, a > significant publications record, experience in post-graduate supervision > and tertiary administrative experience in a leadership role. The > successful applicant will demonstrate ongoing commitment to applied > research in music and will show a capacity to provide collegial, > faculty-wide leadership in research. It is desirable that the successful > applicant be able to demonstrate national and international recognition in > their field. While the substantive focus of the role will be the > development of applied research, research supervision and a continuing > personal contribution to the research output of ACARMP, some undergraduate > and post-graduate teaching will be required. > > The position is full-time continuing, subject to the completion of a > satisfactory probation and/or confirmation period for new appointees. > Membership of a University approved superannuation scheme is a condition of > employment for new appointees. Appointment to this position is subject to > the provisions of the NSW Child protection legislation. Relevant criminal > history, apprehended violence orders and prior employment checks, including > relevant disciplinary proceedings, will be conducted on the preferred > applicant. For further information contact Professor Sharman Pretty on > 9351 1255 or e-mail: spretty(at) > > Remuneration package: $96,750 - $106,502 p.a. (which includes a base salary > Associate Professor Level D $81,977 - $90,312 p.a., leave loading and up to > 17% employer's contribution to superannuation) > > Closing: 5 December 2002 > > > > ================================================================= > Dr. Justin London > Professor of Music Theory (and other stuff) > Secretary/Treasurer, the Society for Music Perception and Cognition > Chair, Department of Music > Carleton College > Northfield MN 55057 USA > 507-646-4397 (voice and voicemail); 507-646-5561 (fax) > jlondon(at) > > ================================================================= > > >

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