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Director of CIRMMT (Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media & Technology)

Deadline: 12 Jan 2004
Requirement: No experience
Employer: McGill University
Contact: Dr. Don McLean, Dean McGill University, Faculty of Music 555 Sherbrooke St. W. Montreal, Quebec, CANADA H3A 1E3 Tel.: 514-398-4538 Fax: 514-398-1697 dean.music@mcgill.ca
Montreal -- CANADA

Job Description:
* Director of Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (CIRMMT). The Centre draws researchers from across disciplines and from a number of partner institutions. Experts in psychology and physiology, neuroscience, acoustics, audio engineering, signal processing, electrical and computer engineering, computer science, and music address the nature, creation, capture, recording, transmission, perception, and communication of sound and music. CIRMMT also fosters interaction between scientists and the creative arts.

To apply:
Applicants should forward a curriculum vitae and three letters of support to Dr. Don McLean, Dean. Review of applications will commence January 12, 2004.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority. McGill? University is committed to equity in employment.

Additional information (Any details or additional information that might help prospective applicants for this job):

To be housed in a new building, currently under construction, CIRMMT's facilities will include: high bandwidth networked research laboratories and studios and a world-class multimedia hall, plus other facilities spread over the McGill campus and located at partner universities, all linked to CIRMMT to create an expanded virtual facility with broad-based research capabilities.

The person being sought is expected to provide dynamic and innovative leadership, and must have a strong record of significant international accomplishment in scientific research related to sound and music. The ideal candidate has a proven track record as an effective resource manager, team builder, communicator, and financial expert capable of leading a complex research enterprise. Previous administrative experience is required. Fluency in French is an asset. The position will be a tenured or tenure-track position in the Faculty of Music and will entail teaching and supervision of doctoral and post-doctoral research.

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