The Royal College of Music (RCM) is one of the world's greatest conservatoires. Our excellence was recognised by the 2021 QS World University Rankings, in which we ranked as the top institution for performing arts in the UK for the sixth consecutive year, and top in Europe for second year running.
The Composition Faculty at the RCM has a long and exceptionally distinguished history, and is the largest of its type in any conservatoire in the country. The faculty numbers over 80 students, and with composition courses including composition for screen, its graduates are working in all areas of the profession.
The Masters Composition Coordinator supports the Head of Composition in running the Masters Composition programme (excluding Composition for Screen). They have responsibility for all aspects of composition specific modules at Masters level, and as first point of contact for Composition Masters students. They will be expected to be involved in auditioning and examining, and with dedicated composition Masters’ projects. As part of this role, they may undertake some one-to-one teaching and other classes as agreed, and also to undertake research. There may be additional 1:1 teaching hours outside this permanent role.
This a part-time position and is available from 0.3FTE to 0.6 FTE dependent on the teaching commitment agreed with the successful applicant.
This post is offered on a permanent, part-time basis and is available from 1 September 2022.
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For more information please contact Zuzana Klejova