Are you an experienced tutor or knowledgeable industry subject specialist interested in using your skills and insights to help nurture the next generation of producers, creatives, executives and entrepreneurs who will enact change in the industry and improve professional practice?
LCCM is the highest ranked provider of music performance and music business degrees in the UK by student satisfaction (NSS 2019 – 2022). Our custom-built campus, The Music Box, is the only facility of its kind in Central London.
Our students, and many industry guests, enjoy access to a six storey creative hub dedicated to talent development which features four recording studios, a 120 cap fully licensed venue, four Mac labs, performance and practice spaces, piano rooms and soundproofed edit suites.
We already have a reputation for attracting, nurturing and producing switched on, industry ready talent. Our graduates are musicians, songwriters and producers working with the likes of George Ezra, Dua Lipa, Deco & Jordan Rakei; artists in their own right like Tom Walker, Rhys Lewis, Kathleen Francis & TASH or rising executives at leading music companies like Warner Chappell, Universal Music, ICE and Live Nation.
We don’t just teach how music is made and released now – or worse, how it worked in the past – we teach innovative practice and techniques so that our graduates can achieve more.
We believe we can collectively change the industry for the better – helping to bring about a fairer, more diverse, better educated… musically more exciting future!
We are seeking freelance tutors or practitioners to teach new modules and pathways on our Commercial Music Technology, Music Performance & Production and Music Business Management degrees validated with University for the Creative Arts.
We are looking in particular for hourly paid tutors available to work in Central London with passion and experience they would like to share in one or more of the following subject areas:
- Music Technology: Live Sound (Level 5)
- Music Performance: Vocal pathway (Rap specialist)
- Music Business: Rights and Royalties: Labels and Publishing; Entertainment Law and Litigation; Artist Branding and Audience Development (all Level 5)
- Digital pathway: Digital Distribution & Marketing (Level 7),
- Growth Hacking (Level 5), Entertainment Science: Analytics and Insights (Level 6)
Successful applicants would participate in the creation of teaching materials, delivery, and assessments of each module, assuring the quality of the student experience and outcomes.
We especially welcome applications from diverse and underrepresented groups to help inspire the change we want to see.
Based at the The Music Box, SE1 you will report to the respective programme leaders for Commercial Music Technology, Music Performance & Production, Music Business Management and MMus Music Performance/Production.
Applicants to send cover letter and CV by 5 September.