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Job: Director of Audio Services. Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College, USA
 
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 Oberlin College on the World Wide Web at www.oberlin.edu

DIRECTOR OF AUDIO SERVICES

The Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College invites applications for the position of Director of Audio Services. This is a full-time, 12-month Administrative and Professional Staff appointment reporting to the Associate Dean for Technology. 

The Oberlin Conservatory is America’s oldest school dedicated to the training of professional musicians. Founded in 1865, it was the first college-affiliated conservatory in the United States, and is internationally recognized as one of the nation’s finest music schools. As the only major music school in the country specializing in the education of musicians at the undergraduate level, the Oberlin Conservatory is known for the excellence of its comprehensive program, renowned faculty, and superb facilities, as well as for its location in one of the nation’s leading undergraduate liberal arts colleges.

 

Responsibilities:The incumbent will be responsible for the direction and operation of the Audio Services Department. The department is charged with recording the Conservatory’s 400+ yearly performance events and provides sound reinforcement services as needed. The Oberlin Conservatory of Music encompasses a multitude of musical genres and produces commercial-quality material for Compact Discs as well as Radio/Internet broadcasting.

The Director of Audio Services will teach an advanced multi-track recording course as part of the Technology In Music and Related Arts (TIMARA) Program. Other teaching opportunities may be developed in the future.

The Audio Services department is responsible for supporting a dynamic range of performances of various instrumentation and staffing in a multitude of venues both on and off the Oberlin Campus. These performances range from ensembles of historic period instruments, to multi-media interactive presentations, to large-scale orchestras, choirs and jazz ensembles. In addition, extensive solo and chamber repertoire is performed throughout the year. The Director of Audio Services must possess the skills and technical knowledge to support and record these performances, and to produce studio recordings of exceptional quality in a panoply of styles.

Requirements:At least 5 years experience as an audio engineer; significant professional level experience with recording, production and post-production of Classical music; demonstrated ability to manage programs, projects, and people; strong, well-developed, interpersonal skills, including working with artists and subordinates; and excellent references. Strong experience with ProTools and excellent computer skills are a must. Desired Qualifications: Professional experience at an organization similar to the Oberlin Conservatory. A college degree (especially in a music area) and experience teaching audio recording are also desirable, in addition to a working knowledge of Midi, Video, DSD, Surround, and audio restoration/archiving.

 

Compensation: Within the salary range established by the College, this position will be filled at a salary commensurate with experience. Oberlin College provides a generous benefits package including tuition remission for eligible dependants.

Facilities: The Conservatory has excellent performing venues with various levels of recording integration. The TIMARA facility houses a multi-track digital recording studio. The Conservatory owns excellent audio equipment by Grace, Apogee, Sony, Neumann, DPA, Millennia, Genelec, Senheiser, etc.

To Apply: Submit letter of application, résumé, three compact discs of commercial quality demonstrating excellence of recording in diverse musical styles and ensembles, and three references with telephone numbers to: Michael Lynn, Associate Dean, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 77 W. College Street, Oberlin, OH 44074. To receive full consideration, applications should be submitted by January 14, 2005. Applications may be considered until the position is filled.

 

December 10, 2004                              APS05-208

 





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