Are you a seasoned music speaker or senior industry leader interested in using your skills, organization and ideas to help nurture the next generation of leaders, leaders and entrepreneurs? industry that will bring about changes and help improve professional practices?
Are you excited about the prospect of joining a growing entrepreneurial company in the education sector?
LCCM is the UK’s top ranked music and music business degree provider in student satisfaction (NSS 2019 and 2020). Our central London location means we’re closer to the industry than any other creative campus. Our students love The Music Box, our six-story bespoke arts center featuring three recording studios and a licensed 120-seat venue as well as classrooms, performance and practice rooms, three Mac labs, venues soundproof piano and editing rooms.
We already have a reputation for attracting, nurturing and producing active, ready-to-use talent. Our graduates are musicians, songwriters and producers working with George Ezra, Dua Lipa and Jordan Rakei; full-fledged artists like Tom Walker, Rhys Lewis and composer Nicholas Morris Rarity; or emerging executives from major music companies like Warner Chappell, Universal Music and Live Nation.
Due to internal promotion, we are looking for a Program Manager to manage our Music Business Degree and teach some of the exciting new modules recently validated with the University of the Creative Arts (Gold TEF). We don’t just teach how the music business works today – or worse, how it worked in the past – but rather consider how it could be improved. We believe we can collectively change the industry for the better – helping to create a fairer, more diverse, better educated… musically more exciting future!
In particular, we are looking for one or more passionate and experienced people whom they wish to share in one or more of the following fields:
- General music trade: music industry landscape, streaming economy, ticketing and touring, music industry language and technology, pop music history
- Digital Optimization: Building a Web Presence, Social Media Stories, Artist Branding and Audience Development, Digital Distribution and Marketing, Growth Hacking, Entertainment Analytics and Insights
- Publishing, copyright and collections: file sharing, punches and copyright philosophy, online exploitation and royalty collection, international exploitation and royalty collection
We expect this to be a full-time position with around 20 hours of teaching per week during the term, as well as planning and administration work as a program manager throughout the term. year.
To apply, please send an updated copy of your CV and cover letter clearly indicating how you meet the essential requirements for [email protected] or contact a team member to discuss it further.
We acknowledge receipt of your CV for a position at the London College of Creative Media and sincerely appreciate your interest in our company.
We will shortlist all applicants and select applicants whose qualifications meet our requirements. We will carefully review your application during the initial selection and contact you if you are selected to proceed to the next step in the recruitment process. We wish you every success.
LCCM is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from duly qualified and eligible candidates, regardless of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion or belief.