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Professor of Cello

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The Royal College of Music in Stockholm (KMH) is Sweden's only independent State College for higher music education. KMH educates more than 900 students annually in education programmes including, among other fields, folk music, jazz, classical music, conducting, composition, music and media production as well as various teacher education programmes with a major in music. KMH also conducts research and educates researchers in music and music education, and participates in extensive artistic and educational research and development projects in Sweden and internationally. The Royal College of Music in Stockholm (KMH) hereby announces a vacant position as Professor if Cello. Within the Academy of Classical Music, Composition, Conducting and Music Theory. The employment is mainly situated at the Edsberg Manor in Sollentuna. This is a permanent position and comprises 40% of full time. Description of the subject area The Cello subject area includes the instrumental command of the cello, as related to technique and performance. The Cello repertoire studies area includes the Western Art Music field, from the Baroque to the Contemporary repertoire for the instrument. Work tasks • Teaching students in cello, in both English and Swedish. Leading/teaching masterclasses for the student group. • Bearing the responsibility for, and actively contributing to artistic and educational development within the subject area. • Active participation in the internal work of KMH and the Department, including departmental meetings, and developmental work and projects. • Actively participating in work concerning entrance examinations and examination work. • Being a supporting party in external collaboration and in relevant research projects. • Collaborating within KMH and the surrounding community, and providing information about education and research within your personal field. • To perform assignments of an administrative nature and perform management assignments on a departmental level and other levels within KMH, may occur. Qualification requirements A person who has demonstrated both artistic and teaching expertise shall be qualified for employment as a professor in disciplines within the fine, applied or performing arts (Chapter 4, Section 3 of the Higher Education Ordinance (HF)). In order to be able to perform the work tasks for this position, it is required that the applicant has: • Very advanced artistic expertise within the Cello subject area, through extensive and documented personal activity as a cellist at a high international level. • Documented ability and experience in teaching advanced students at the highest level. This teaching expertise must have been demonstrated through verified qualifications within higher education and teaching. Ability to be able to teach in both Swedish (or another Nordic language) and English is a requirement. A person who does not satisfy the requirements set for language skills at the time of employment must acquire them within two years. Assessment criteria The assessment criteria for appointment as a professor shall be the general degree of the expertise required as a qualification for employment. As much attention shall be given to the assessment of teaching expertise as to the assessment of research or artistic expertise (Chapter 4, Section 3 of the Higher Education Ordinance). In addition, the following assessment criteria shall apply: • The degree of artistic expertise, demonstrated through documented artistic performance at high national and international levels. • The degree of teaching expertise, through having developed, led and implemented high-quality education at basic and advanced levels. • The degree of ability to collaborate with the surrounding community. • The degree of ability to act as an academic leader and also the personal ability generally required to be able to successfully fulfil the work tasks. • The degree of administrative and other expertise that is of importance for the work. Read the complete job advertisement on www.kmh.se Consideration of social and gender equality KMH strives to, in conjunction with teacher-recruitment, be a place of employment that attracts, recruits, retains and develops teachers on the staff, regardless of gender, transgender identity or expression, ethnicity, disability, religious beliefs, sexual orientation or age. Read the complete job advertisement on www.kmh.se Applicants may be called for performance and teaching examinations and also an interview. Further information: Contact:Anna Maria Koziomtzis, Head of Academy, Academy of Classical Music, Composition, Conducting and Music Theory. Tel. +46 (0)8-161012, email: annamaria.koziomtzis@kmh.se Union information:Tomas Norberg (ST), tomas.norberg@kmh.se (ST), Bengt Stark (SACO-S), bengt.stark@kmh.se  More information about the Royal College of Music is available at www.kmh.se We welcome your application! Your application (application deadline 28 of november) should be marked with file ref. no. 21/378, and it must include: A personal letter; curriculum vitae, including a description of pervious activities; a verified certificate concerning teaching expertise and also any other expertise in according to the Qualification requirements and Assessment criteria; programme declaration including a development/research plan; publications (max. 10) which must be submitted digitally; and any other documents to which you wish to refer. We only accept applications through our recruitment system. You apply via the button below (Ansök)

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  • Timmar per vecka: 1 - 32 timmar
Sista ansökningsdag: 2021-11-28
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