Working at ICMP

ICMP is always looking for capable, experienced and committed individuals to join our ever-growing team of professional executives, managers and leaders.

If you think you have what it takes to be part of the team here at the ICMP, one of the world's leading providers of contemporary music education, why not drop us a line with your CV and a covering letter? 

Contact:personnel@icmp.ac.uk

Note: ICMP is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the young people and vulnerable adults. Successful candidates will be required to obtain a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure.

Hourly Paid Lecturers in Creative Industries Entrepreneurship and Marketing

Job title: Hourly Paid Lecturers in Creative Industries Entrepreneurship and Marketing
Ref:   KF040419
Salary:       Competitive hourly rates

 

ICMP is the pioneer of contemporary music education in the UK and has been helping students build successful careers in the music industry for over 30 years. With a portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in popular music performance, production, creative musicianship, songwriting and music business, we are proud of our mission to ‘shape the future of music’. Based in London, with a new purpose-designed facility, we enjoy unparalleled industry connectivity and offer students a unique experience that fuses academic study with the skills they need to sustain a life-long career in their chosen field.

ICMP is seeking to recruit hourly paid module leaders and lecturers for the 2019 launch of a new BA(Hons) Music Business & Entrepreneurship programme. This new programme builds on the success of ICMP’s already well established and highly respected business provision and we are seeking to expand our faculty in the following areas of expertise:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Management
  • Marketing
  • Strategic Management

The ideal candidate will hold an MBA and have a passion for enterprise and entrepreneurship. They will be expected to bring an innovative and entrepreneurial flair to their teaching, across a selection of management and entrepreneurship modules, and to participate in module development and research. The role will also involve the teaching and supervision of final year business students. A post graduate teaching qualification and experience of designing relevant business modules is highly desirable. A business background in the creative sector is welcome but not essential.

ICMP is the pioneer of contemporary music education in the UK and has been helping students build successful careers in the music industry for over 30 years. With a portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in popular music performance, production, creative musicianship, songwriting and music business, we are proud of our mission to ‘shape the future of music’. Based in London, with a new purpose-designed facility, we enjoy unparalleled industry connectivity and offer students a unique experience that fuses academic study with the skills they need to sustain a life-long career in their chosen field.

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Ken Foreman, Associate Dean: ken.foreman@icmp.ac.uk  020 7328 0222

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 26th April.

If you are interested in applying for this position, then please complete the e-application form ensuring you quote the reference number above. Please attach your cover letter and CV to the form. 

Hourly Paid Lecturer 

Module-Unit Leader 

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Note: ICMP is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the young people and vulnerable adults. Successful candidates will be required to obtain a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure

Programme Leader BMus Popular Music Performance

Job title: Programme Leader: BMus(Hons) Popular Music Performance
Ref:   TH1932019
Salary:       £40,846 - £48,743 pro rata depending on experience
Hours:  1.0FTE
Contract Type:   Permanent

 

ICMP is the pioneer of contemporary music education in the UK and has been helping students build successful careers in the music industry for over 30 years. With a portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in popular music performance, production, creative musicianship, songwriting and music business, we are proud of our mission to ‘shape the future of music’. Based in London, with a new purpose-designed facility, we enjoy unparalleled industry connectivity and offer students a unique experience that fuses academic study with the skills they need to sustain a life-long career in their chosen field.

We are seeking an experienced and inspiring popular music educator to lead our BMus(Hons) Popular Music Performance programme. This programme sits at the heart of our portfolio, offering students the opportunities to become highly proficient musicians with the broad range of skills required to assure a life-long career in music. The post is an opportunity to make a significant contribution to ICMP by leading the programme into the next stage of its evolution, building on its successes, and working with the programme team to ensure the experience of students is memorable and of the highest quality. The successful candidate will demonstrate the capacity to lead and motivate a dynamic and diverse team, with proven experience in the delivery and development of popular music programmes.

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Dr Tony Harris, Director and Dean: tony.harris@icmp.ac.uk  020 7604 2479

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 26th April. Interviews will be held on Monday 13th May.

If you are interested in applying for this position, then please complete the e-application form ensuring you quote the reference number above. Please attach your cover letter and CV to the form. 

Person Specification 

Role Profile 

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Note: ICMP is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the young people and vulnerable adults. Successful candidates will be required to obtain a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure

Deputy Programme Leader BMus Popular Music Performance

Job title: Deputy Programme Leader: BMus(Hons) Popular Music Performance
Ref:   TH19/032019
Salary:       £32,277 - £37,394 pro rata depending on experience
Hours:  0.8FTE
Contract Type:   Permanent

 

ICMP is the pioneer of contemporary music education in the UK and has been helping students build successful careers in the music industry for over 30 years. With a portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in popular music performance, production, creative musicianship, songwriting and music business, we are proud of our mission to ‘shape the future of music’. Based in London, with a new purpose-designed facility, we enjoy unparalleled industry connectivity and offer students a unique experience that fuses academic study with the skills they need to sustain a life-long career in their chosen field.

We are seeking an experienced musician and teacher to join our BMus team. This programme sits at the heart of our portfolio, offering students the opportunities to become highly proficient musicians with the broad range of skills required to assure a life-long career in music. The Deputy Programme Leader has a student-facing role, playing a significant part in the delivery and management of the programme, supporting and guiding students in meeting their potential, and working closely with the Programme Leader to ensure the experience of all students is memorable and of the highest quality.

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Dr Tony Harris, Director and Dean: tony.harris@icmp.ac.uk  020 7604 2479

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 26th April. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 15th May.

If you are interested in applying for this position, then please complete the e-application form ensuring you quote the reference number above. Please attach your cover letter and CV to the form.

Person Specification 

Role Profile 

APPLY 

Note: ICMP is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the young people and vulnerable adults. Successful candidates will be required to obtain a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure