Are you an experienced music business lecturer or knowledgeable industry executive interested in using your skills, organisation and insights to help nurture the next generation of industry leaders, executives and entrepreneurs who will enact change and help improve professional practice?
Does the prospect of joining a growing entrepreneurial business in the education sector excite you?
LCCM is the highest ranked provider of music and music business degrees in the UK by student satisfaction (NSS 2019 & 2020). Our Central London location means we’re closer to the industry than any other creative campus. Our students absolutely love The Music Box, our custom built six storey artistic hub featuring three recording studios and a 120 cap fully licensed venue as well as classrooms, performance and practice rooms, three Mac labs, 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 & Jordan Rakei; artists in their own right like Tom Walker, Rhys Lewis and composer Nicholas Morris Rarity or rising executives at leading music companies like Warner Chappell, Universal Music and Live Nation.
Due to an internal promotion we are seeking a programme leader to run our music business degree and teach some of the exciting new modules recently validated with the University for the Creative Arts (Gold TEF). We don’t just teach how the music business works now – or worse, how it worked in the past – but consider instead how it could be improved. 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 looking in particular for someone, or several, with passion and experience they would like to share in one or more of the following subject areas:
- General Music Business: Music Industry Landscape, The Streaming Economy, Ticketing & Touring, Music Industry Language & Technology, History of Pop Music
- Digital Optimisation: Establishing a Web Presence, Social Media Stories, Artist Branding & Audience Development, Digital Distribution & Marketing, Growth Hacking, Entertainment Analytics & Insights
- Publishing, Copyright & Collections: Filesharing, Fisticuffs & the Philosophy of Copyright, Online Exploitation & Royalty Collection, International Exploitation & Royalty Collection
We envisage this to be a full time role with around 20 hours of teaching per week during term time alongside planning and administrative work as programme leader year-round.
To apply, please send an up to date copy of your CV and Covering Letter stating out clearly how you meet the essential requirements to [email protected] or contact a member of the team to discuss further.
We acknowledge receipt of your resume for a position at London College of Creative Media and sincerely appreciate your interest in our company.
We will screen all applicants and select candidates whose qualifications meet our requirements. We will carefully consider your application during the initial screening and will contact you if you are selected to continue for the next stage of the recruitment process. We wish you every success.
LCCM is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, or religion or belief.