Job Opportunity: Music-EA Studios Technician in Manchester
Date: 8 October 2004 09:43:21 BST
THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER FACULTY OF HUMANITIES SCHOOL OF ARTS, HISTORIES
AND CULTURES MUSIC TECHNICIAN (Ref: 1073/04)
The new School of Arts, Histories and Cultures comprises a wide range of disciplines:
Archaeology; Art History & Visual Studies; Classics & Ancient History;
Drama; English & American Studies; History; Music; Religions & Theology.
The School is home to some 3,000 students, about 2,600 of who are undergraduates,
and some 130 academic staff plus research and support staff. This post is part
of the School?s Resources Team and the post holder will be part of a team of
technical staff who support the public performance spaces, studios and specialist
teaching within the building.
The key responsibility of the post holder will be the technical support of the
electroacoustics studios and performance spaces. Applicants should have a background
in Music Technology consisting of a HE diploma, degree or minimum of two years
You should also have an in-depth knowledge of Mac-based digital audio software,
other music applications, Macintosh computers, software and operating systems
together with a good working knowledge and experience of current audio recording
techniques and systems. You should have good organisational and communication
skills and be able to work effectively as part of a team and autonomously.
The post is for one year in the first instance. Salary will be in the range
£17,970 - £19,460 per annum, according to relevant experience and
Informal queries can be made to the Technical Services Manager, Karl Spencer
0161 275 3267 or David Berezan 0161 275 8981, Lecturer in Electroacoustic Music.
Application forms and further particulars are available at
or from Diane Simmons, School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, Arts Building,
University of Manchester, Oxford Road Manchester M13 9PL. Quote ref 1073/04.
Closing date 25 October 2004
The University will actively foster a culture of inclusion and diversity and
will seek to achieve true equality of opportunity for all members of its community.