UT Austin is hiring TWO positions in the Butler School of Music's Composition Department:

(1) Artist-Teacher of Composition and Electronic Music/Director of Electronic Music Studios:
Responsibilities include teaching courses, applied lessons, and independent studies in electronic and acoustic composition at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Supervise graduate student research. Direct and manage the electronic music studios. The successful candidate will be expected to curate and produce a mixed-media concert series among other collaborations with related programs on campus, including but not limited to arts and entertainment technologies, theatre and dance, engineering, and computer science.

Qualifications:
DMA or PhD required (or equivalent professional accomplishments). A portfolio demonstrating a record of excellence as a composer in electronic and acoustic formats. Professional experience should include curating mixed media concerts plus two or more of the following: composing for theater or stage; songwriting; sound art or installation; scoring for film, video, animation, computer games, or advertisements; or producing. A record of achievement teaching and recruiting a strong class of students with diverse backgrounds, interests, and experiences.

For additional information and application instructions, see: https://faculty.utexas.edu/career/52413

(2) Artist-Teacher of Composition:
Responsibilities include teaching courses, applied lessons, and independent studies in composition at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Supervise graduate student research. Liaise with other units in the College of Fine Arts to foster inter-departmental student collaborations. For candidates with interest and appropriate qualifications, the opportunity to direct the UT New Music Ensemble, a nationally recognized group of high-caliber performers.

Qualifications:
DMA or PhD (or equivalent professional accomplishments) required. A portfolio demonstrating a record of excellence as a composer. A record of collaboration across media, e.g. opera, theatre, dance, film, gaming, and/or visual arts. Experience with electronic media is desired, as is a record of teaching and recruiting a strong class of students with diverse backgrounds, interests, and experiences.

For additional information and application instructions, see: https://faculty.utexas.edu/career/52417

Both positions will begin September 1, 2020. 
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