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Sidste frist for ansøgning 14 oktober 2018

Professorship with special responsibilities (MSO) in Dance and Choreography

The Danish National School of Performing Arts, CPH

The Danish National School of Performing Arts invites applications for a professorship with special responsibilities (MSO) in Dance and Choreography. The Danish National School of Performing Arts is applying for accreditation for an Artistic Bachelor’s degree in Dance and Choreography and is developing a Master’s degree. Therefore, we are appointing a professor with special responsibilities to strengthen the international research profile and academic environment. An important part of this is to continue the development of a Nordic Choreographic Platform on Master’s level that the school is fostering in close collaboration with Oslo Academy of the Arts, University of the Arts Helsinki, and Stockholm University of the Arts.

THE APPLICANT 
The successful applicant will be responsible for our degree course in Dance and Choreography and is expected to teach and supervise students at all levels. We are looking for a candidate with a solid experience in teaching within the field of dance and choreography, and who has a thorough knowledge of artistic practice and research. The successful applicant will become an important centre-point in a strong academic environment with a focus on developing new production models and artistic practices in the performing arts. To ensure a close relationship between teaching and artistic practice, we expect the successful applicant to be a recognised artist in dance and choreography and to have strong pedagogical skills. It is crucial that the successful applicant can become a unifying force in a small but well-established and well-functioning team, where teachers and technical/administrative staff solve tasks in close dialogue. Therefore, we expect the applicant to have solid experience with the professional guidance of teachers and programme coordinators, and to be able to set a framework for tasks in a way that creates confidence and job satisfaction among employees. As an important role model for our employees and students, we also expect the successful applicant to have good communications skills and to be able to navigate an artistic learning environment with a strong focus on collaboration across departments and disciplines.

JOB TITLE
Professor with Special Responsibilities (MSO) in Dance and Choreography.

JOB DESCRIPTION 
General duties attached to the position as a professor with special responsibilities (MSO) in Dance and Choreography are:

  • Education management (Dance and choreography)
  • Research in the field of dance and choreography
  • Administrative tasks related to the position as professor with special responsibilities
  • Leadership and management of teachers and staff
  • Development and organisation of teaching in dance and choreography
  • Teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level
  • Organising lectures and workshops
  • Student guidance

In addition to the general professorial duties, the position as professor MSO includes special responsibilities for the development of a Nordic Choreographic Platform on Master level in close collaboration with Oslo Academy of the Arts, University of the Arts Helsinki and Stockholm University of the Arts.
Other duties may also fall within the remit of the Danish National School of Performing Arts.
Duties are organised by agreement with the rector.

QUALIFICATIONS 
The position of a professor with special responsibilities (MSO) is established to appoint a particularly talented researcher to further develop dance and choreography as a field of research and education. The qualification requirements for the Professor of Performing Arts include artistic and/or theoretical merits and qualifications, good teaching skills and broad knowledge of contemporary art.
We emphasise that the applicant must:

  • Be an academically respected and recognised artist in the field of dance and choreography.
  • Have an artistic career on a high international level and be able to provide significant artistic insight and experience.
  • Be able to demonstrate experience in educating dancers and choreographers at the highest professional level.
  • Have considerable experience in the artistic research within the field of dance and choreography.
  • Have knowledge of relevant research within the degree’s core areas and be able to apply knowledge in the context of the school’s other subject areas.
  • Have experience with the publication and dissemination of artistic knowledge.
  • Have excellent interpersonal skills that enable the candidate to be a constructive and empathic colleague.

An assessment committee including the rector and two external members will be established to assess applicants’ suitability with regard to the qualifications required by the position.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT 
This is a temporary position for four years with the potential to extend for up to an additional four years. Upon expiration of the professorship, the successful applicant will transfer to permanent employment and compensation as an associate professor. The transition from appointment as a professor with special responsibilities to associate professor is not considered to be a job change, and therefore any financial compensation allowances will be maintained and remuneration will be based on an associate professorship if this is agreed as a condition of the employment contract.

The position is offered between 75% to 100% of a full-time position subject to agreement.

Salary is entered on individual terms and will be transferred to the coming regulation on pay structure for the Danish National School of Performing of the Ministry of Finance. There will be an opportunity to negotiate individual qualification-based increases.

The start date will be 1st January 2019.

The professor will report to Rector.

Your permanent place of work will be at the school’s Copenhagen campus. However, you should regularly attend the school’s other campuses in Fredericia, Odense, Odsherred, and Aarhus.

APPLICATION
The application must be in English and include the following information and documentation:

  • A covering letter
  • A short paper (3 pages) outlining a 4-year research plan in which the applicant explains her/his vision for how she/he will contribute to the development of the master program in Choreography. The successful applicant must furthermore explain how she/he will meet the expectations of the professorship to strengthen the international research profile and academic environment of the Danish National School of Performing Arts.
  • CV, including a list of the artistic and/or theoretical as well as teaching merits relevant to the position
  • Relevant diplomas

FURTHER INFORMATION
Further details about the application process and the position can be obtained from our management secretary, Lars Rosendahl (lr@scenekunstskolen.dk).

Apply by clicking Apply for the position below or via the link on the Vacancies page, and upload your application and relevant attachments no later than 14th October 2018. Applications received after this date will not be considered.

The Danish National School of Performing Arts see diversity as a strength and encourage all qualified applicants – regardless of age, gender, religion or ethnicity – to apply.

THE DANISH NATIONAL SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS
The Danish National School of Performing Arts is an institution of artistic further education under the Ministry of Culture, with campuses in Aarhus, Fredericia, Odense, Copenhagen, and Odsherred.

The Danish National School of Performing Arts offers education in all aspects of the performing arts and has approximately 212 full-time students who work in an interdisciplinary learning environment, where it is possible to immerse yourself in your own subject and to participate in interdisciplinary projects, productions, and performances of various formats.

In addition, The Danish National School of Performing Arts provides further and continuing education targeted at the professional performing arts industry.

Find more information about the Danish National School of Performing Arts, its programmes, and students at ddsks.dk 

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