updated 26 October 2012
Lecturers (part time, leading to possible full time)
Before you apply read carefully:
If you just graduated from SAE or some other school you are probably at the stage where you could benefit from one of our advanced courses; you will need a lot more experience before you can actually teach with us. See you in a few years.
We want someone who has demonstrable experience recording, writing, programming and mixing music in a variety of styles.
You may be a producer or songwriter yourself, or have been remixing and programming for others; we expect that you will be extremely knowledgeable of Pro Tools, and Logic*, and familiar with most other virtual instruments and effects.
(*seriously, don't even apply if you don't know one of the two inside-out, but feel free to add any other software you use to the list)
Playing an instrument or knowing music theory is not strictly required as long as you can successfully create music, from recording to midi programming and mixing, with credible results in any musical style.
Equally important is to have a solid background of sound engineering: you should be able to use a traditional analogue mixing desk as well as explain digital audio theory.
If you think you qualify, send a nicely formatted e-mail with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org