Careers

Where Creative Minds Converge

The creative industries is taking off in a big way in Singapore. If you have a passion for the arts and would like to contribute to LASALLE’s vision as well as play a role in establishing Singapore as a global arts hub, here are some opportunities to join the family.

For Human Resource matters, please contact us:

1 McNally Street
Singapore 187940
Tel: (+65) 6496 5336/7
Email: hr_1@lasalle.edu.sg

ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

Assistant Manager (Career Services)

The Career Services at LASALLE aims to build strong networks across the creative industries and connect employers with our students and graduates through a targeted career programme. In addition to providing resources, coaching and small group training, Career Services also facilitates the transfer of industry knowledge and advice from leading stakeholders to our students through annual Career Festival and industry talks.

Reporting to the Director, Division of Industry & Community Engagement, you will assist in developing and implementing the strategic framework for the College’s Career Services. This will include all manner of work contributing to a new and fast-growing function, including organizing career programming; student mentoring; and liaising with all stakeholders, including LASALLE faculty members and students. The successful applicant will be a self-starter, and bring enthusiasm and a willingness to work hard on all duties large and small as we build up Career Services.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree from an established university with at least 5 years and above of similar experience in an institution of higher learning
  • Good knowledge of career coaching and career assessment measures
  • Good operational knowledge of work-related Acts, regulations or legislations
  • Good understanding of office processes, procedures, and technology, particularly social media and web-based content curation
  • Ability to work well as a member of a team and collaborate with colleagues at all levels.
  • Good organisation, administrative and some project coordination/management skills
  • Good written and spoken communication skills
  • Good initiative and customer service skills
  • Appreciation and knowledge of arts and culture, and the development of young people through education highly desirable
  • Ability to embrace a student-centric service culture
  • Ability to work across cultures with different individuals and bodies such as students, parents, government, constituencies, etc, where appropriate
  • Proficient in MS Office applications and familiar in operating on MAC platform

The Division of Admissions is seeking a highly driven individual with a passion for the arts and arts education to join us as Executive/Senior Executive (Admissions). This position reports to the Director and Assistant Manager (Admissions).

You will be responsible for the administering of admissions processes for both local and international applicants, and ensure that admissions processes comply with the College’s admissions policy and regulatory requirements. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Ensure timely processing of applications, offers, and confirmation of new student enrolment, Student Pass applications for international applicants, etc.
  • Receive and process applications in accordance to current admissions criteria.
  • Ensure accurate data input of applicants’ particulars into the Student Management System.
  • Check the authenticity of transcripts and certificates with overseas institutions.
  • Liaise with Faculties on portfolio/audition guidelines and map out portfolio interview/audition schedules.
  • Assist in the planning for International Students Registration.
  • Handle applicants’ enquiries, complaints/appeals relating to admissions.
  • Assist in College-wide events such as Open House and other student recruitment related activities.
  • Prepare admissions statistical reports.
  • Ensure proper documentation and records management in accordance to relevant policies and regulations.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an established university and 3 years and above or equivalent of relevant experience in the admissions process within a tertiary education environment. Diploma holder with at least 8 years of relevant experience may also apply. Incumbent who has less than 3 years of relevant experience may be considered for Executive appointment.
  • Meticulous, resourceful and able to produce work with high level of accuracy.
  • Ability to work well as a member of a team and collaborate with colleagues at all levels and independently.
  • Good customer service skills.
  • Good organisation and administrative skills.
  • Appreciation and sensitivity to arts and culture, and the development of young people through education.
  • Ability to embrace a student-centric service culture.

Reporting to the Head of School of Contemporary Music and Dean of Faculty of Performing Arts, you are required to provide effective administrative/operational support to the School and its programmes, as well as to administer the Dean’s Office. This includes compiling and producing programme administration and budget reports on delivery and performance of the various programmes in the School, including student numbers and progression. You will also be the general custodian of information pertaining to the programmes offered within the School. In addition, you are also responsible to assist in ensuring the adherence to administrative, procurement, procedural in a timely and accurate manner for the smooth running of the Faculty, in addition to providing support to Faculty projects and events.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree from an established university with at least 3 years and above of similar experience in an institution of higher learning
  • Good knowledge of processes and procedures in an administrative role preferably within the education sector, such as scheduling, budgeting, timetabling, coordinating and compilation of grades, assist with engagement of adjunct faculty or artist-in-residence
  • Ability to work well as a member of a team and collaborate with colleagues at all levels
  • Good organisation, administrative and some project coordination/management skills
  • Good written and spoken communication skills
  • Good initiative and customer service skills
  • Good organisation, administrative and project coordination skills
  • Appreciation and knowledge of arts and culture, and the development of young people through education highly desirable
  • Ability to embrace a student-centric service culture
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Proficient in MS Office applications and familiar in operating on MAC platform

Reporting to the Director, Division of Quality and Planning and Manager, you will provide administrative support in all academic policy, partnerships and quality work including planning and reviewing of programmes processes, management of academic partnerships and validation. You will also perform secretariat duty to Academic Board and Academic Quality Assurance Committee, and Arts Quality Assurance Framework (AQAF) Committee.

You will support and assist the Manager in the various responsibilities which include but are not limited to the following:

  • Liaise with validation partner(s) and coordinate all necessary processes and events, e.g. programme validation, periodic programme review, annual programme review, etc
  • Liaise with External Examiners and coordinate their stay at the College
  • Support in the planning and coordinating of Top Management’s visit to partner, or potential partner, academic institutions
  • Plan and coordinate visits to the College by delegations from partner, or potential partner, institutions
  • Liaise with partner, or potential partner, institutions on signing and executing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
  • Plan and review of College academic policies and processes to improve curriculum delivery and academic outcomes
  • Ensure and monitor implementation of academic policies and processes
  • Conduct and analyse results for academic-related surveys
  • Perform Secretariat duty for Academic Quality Assurance Committee and AQAF Committee
  • Obtain relevant internal and external approvals for new programmes 

Requirements:

  • A Bachelor’s degree from an established university with at least 3 years of relevant experience
  • Diploma holders with at least 8 years of relevant experience may apply
  • Knowledge of validation process and tertiary education systems, both local and overseas, will be an advantage
  • Ability to interpret, organise and present data clearly
  • Good oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Good organisation and project management skills
  • Meticulous and able to multi task
  • Ability to work well independently, and when required, as member of a team and collaborate with colleagues at all levels
  • Good customer service skills
  • Appreciation and sensitivity to arts and culture and the development of young people through education
  • Ability to embrace a student-centric service

The Division of Student Administration is seeking a highly driven individual with a passion for the arts and arts education to join us as Senior Executive for Academic Administration. This position reports to the Director, Division of Student Administration and Senior Manager of Academic Administration.

You will be involved in the implementation of a wide spectrum of key student and academic administration activities including student records management, attendance monitoring, examination and results processing, enrolment and progression, course transfer and withdrawal, graduation, statistical reporting, as well as attending to student enquiries. You will also be required to ensure that processes are in compliance with the Institution’s policies and regulations.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an established university with at least 3 years of relevant experience in academic administrative processes within a tertiary education environment
  • Good interpersonal, communication (written and spoken), organisational and analytical skills
  • Meticulous, proactive and excellent follow-through capability
  • Ability to work independently within tight deadlines and to produce output of high accuracy and quality
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a cross-cultural environment, both within the team and with the various faculties and divisions across the College
  • IT savvy and proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
  • Ability to embrace a student-centric service culture

Reporting to the Academic Registrar and Director of Student Administration, you will work alongside the Director and supervise a team to deliver the Division’s role in the areas of enrolment management, academic administration and exams processing, student records management, convocation, administration of scholarship & financial assistance, ensuring academic excellence and quality standards are maintained, and that the division operates in an efficient and effective manner consistent with its objectives.

You will also be responsible for and take the lead to formulate, interpret and implement policies, procedures and guidelines established by the College and to ensure compliance with the relevant regulations.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree from an established university.
  • At least 12 years and above or equivalent of relevant experience at tertiary educational level, of which 5 years and above or equivalent should be in a managerial capacity, with supervisory responsibilities.
  • Significant experience in managing administrative affairs within a tertiary education environment, with a strong focus on quality assurance.
  • Ability to evaluate, formulate and implement policies and procedures of academic administration.
  • Good grasp of business and functional requirements in academic affairs.
  • Sound knowledge of trends and best practices in academic administration.
  • Strong interpersonal and people management skills, with ability to manage and interact at all levels and work effectively at both strategic and operational level.
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills.
  • Excellent administrative, project and time management skills, and ability to multi-task and work under pressure in a fast-paced environment.
  • Meticulous and possess strong analytical skills.
  • Ability to work across cultures with different individuals and stakeholders such as students, parents, government, constituencies, etc, where appropriate.
  • An appreciation of and sensitivity to arts and culture, as well as an interest in the development of young people through education, are highly desirable qualities
  • Ability to embrace a student-centric service culture.

MORE INFORMATION

Please submit your letter of interest, current curriculum vitae and any relevant supporting materials, indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, by e-mail to: hr_1@lasalle.edu.sg before closing date 20 Jun 2018 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:

Director – Division of Human Resources 
LASALLE College of the Arts Ltd 
1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940 

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 

MORE INFORMATION

Please submit your letter of interest, current curriculum vitae and any relevant supporting materials, indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, by e-mail to: hr_1@lasalle.edu.sg before closing date 29 May 2018 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:

Director – Division of Human Resources 
LASALLE College of the Arts Ltd 
1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940 

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 

MORE INFORMATION

Please submit your letter of interest, current curriculum vitae and any relevant supporting materials, indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, by e-mail to: hr_1@lasalle.edu.sg before closing date 13 May 2018 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:

Director – Division of Human Resources 
LASALLE College of the Arts Ltd 
1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940 

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 

MORE INFORMATION

Please submit your letter of interest, current curriculum vitae and any relevant supporting materials, indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, by e-mail to: hr_1@lasalle.edu.sg before closing date 29 May 2018 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:

Director – Division of Human Resources 
LASALLE College of the Arts Ltd 
1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940 

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 

MORE INFORMATION

Please submit your letter of interest, current curriculum vitae and any relevant supporting materials, indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, by e-mail to: hr_1@lasalle.edu.sg before closing date 30 Apr 2018 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:

Director – Division of Human Resources 
LASALLE College of the Arts Ltd 
1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940 

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 

MORE INFORMATION

Please submit your letter of interest, current curriculum vitae and any relevant supporting materials, indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, by e-mail to: hr_1@lasalle.edu.sg before closing date 30 Apr 2017 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:

Director – Division of Human Resources 
LASALLE College of the Arts Ltd 
1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940 

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

Lecturers (Arts Management)

LASALLE’s Arts Management Programmes are dynamic and interdisciplinary, incorporating a nationalregional and international outlook and a commitment to energizing academic inquiry in the fieldWe run a BA(Hons) Arts Management and an MA Arts and Cultural Management programme, which aim to develop highly skilled professional arts managers with leadership qualities and a strong commitment to the arts.Weare seekingan individual with a proven track record in the theory and practice of Arts Management and Cultural Policy. The ideal candidate will possess practical arts management and teaching experience, with an international perspective of the subject and a commitment to research.   

Reporting to the Head, School of Creative Industries and the relevant Programme Leaders, you will be predominantly responsible for teaching, research and development of arts management modules in both BA and MA programmes, including supervision of student theses and projects. You will be a team player, possess good interpersonal skills, and be willing to advise and mentor students.

In addition to teaching and scholarly activities, and involvement in programme administration, your key responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Plan, prepare and teach modules, using an appropriate range of modes of delivery and methods to meet aims and learning outcomes
  • Undertake continuous assessment of student progress and performance and contribute to assessment methodologies and mechanisms
  • Mentor and supervise students in their research projects, in addition to assisting in the development of student research skills
  • Proactively contribute to curriculum development, programme review and validation of programme, and maintaining consistent quality assurance standards
  • Undertake academic administration duties such as semester/lesson planning, monitoring of student attendance records, internal and external reporting, and project management, when required
  • Establish links with academic institutions of higher learning, related industries and/or professional bodies in relation to recent advances in teaching, curriculum development and/or research, where appropriate 

Requirements:

  • Postgraduate qualification, preferably at PhD level or equivalent, in Arts Management or a relevant discipline with substantive research
  • At least 5 years of tertiary-level teaching experience in a practice-based arts institution or at least 5 years of postgraduate experience in teaching and research mentorship
  • Proven track record with preferably at least 4 years of full-time professional experience in arts management
  • Good knowledge of the academic framework of higher education, including quality assurance
  • Ability to mentor/supervise student research projects
  • Good pastoral care skills in relating to issues concerning students and providing the necessary support
  • Possess excellent communication, organisational and team working skills and academic administration skills
  • A positive attitude to research, and preferably a personal research profile

The Faculty of Performing Arts seeks to appoint a full-time Lecturer in Music in its School of Contemporary Music (SoCM), Singapore’s leading educational institution for developing young music talent from the Southeast Asian region into highly individual artists for the contemporary music industry.

SoCM offers three awards the BA(Hons) Music, Diploma in Music, and Diploma in Audio Production. The SoCM seeks a Lecturer with expertise in teaching popular music performance and repertoire, with special expertise preferred in either vocals and/or guitar, as well as provide co-ordination and supervision of music concerts, where appropriate. The SoCM welcomes applicants with interests in nurturing emerging musicians to find their own performance style and write their own songs and compositions.

The Lecturer will provide leadership in relation to their specialisation through principal study lessons either vocal or instrumental, as well as facilitate music workshops, ensembles and performances. Reporting to the Programme Leader, the successful applicant will teach predominantly in the BA(Hons) Music programme

As a Lecturer at LASALLE, your key responsibilities include academic preparation; teaching and delivery of specialised music skills and music performance to ensure the students’ learning objectives are met. You will work collaboratively with other staff in the SoCM in enhancing the strategic and organisational plans and ensuring that the SoCM achieves its strategic ambitions and objectives. The position includes administrative tasks, such as, curriculum and repertoire review and development, and assists the Programme Leader in timetabling, performances and resources required to support the programme.

Other responsibilities include coordination of academic learning activities, liaison with part-time teaching staff, conducting assessments and marking, student mentoring and recruitment. You will also implement research/professional practices to extend knowledge of an appropriate subject area for the benefit of the programme and the students. We particularly encourage applications from individuals with a developing or established professional and/or research profile.

Requirements:

  • Postgraduate qualification, preferably at PhD level, or equivalent professional experience as a music performer
  • At least 5 years of tertiary-level teaching experience with knowledge of Higher Education Quality Assurance Framework and ability to teach within a multicultural context, and an awareness of the music industry in Singapore
  • At least 3 years of full-time relevant professional experience or industry experience as a popular music performer with strong specialist knowledge of popular music performance
  • A passion for teaching with ability to nurture and encourage excellence in student learning
  • Possess excellent communication, organisational and team working skills and academic administration skills
  • A positive attitude to research, and preferably a personal research profile

The Faculty of Performing Arts seeks to appoint a full-time Lecturer in Theatre (Voice) to teach into all three performance-based programmes, the BA(Hons) Acting, BA(Hons) Musical Theatre and Diploma in Performance programmes, which are part of the School of Dance & Theatre. 

This position will report to a Programme Leader and will bring teaching expertise to the team of Theatre teachers, focused on delivering Vocal skills. Students in the School of Dance & Theatre are introduced to a variety of methodologies and performance styles (Asian and Western). The Lecturer (Theatre) with Voice expertise will teach from one or more contemporary vocal techniques, and will also develop students in the use of accents and dialects, and microphone techniques. 

The Lecturer will have extensive knowledge of theatre and film/television repertoire, professional experience as vocal coach, and the capacity to teach, mentor and motivate young people. The Theatre programmes teach extensively by engaging students in performances and collaborative projects.  The Lecturer will have professional experience in live and/or screen performance, and will coach students in their vocal performances and may be invited to direct or devise some student performances, where appropriate. 

As a Lecturer at LASALLE, your key responsibilities include academic preparation; teaching and delivery of specialised knowledge/skills and cognitive based content to ensure the students’ learning objectives are met. You will work collaboratively with the teams within/across programmes and Faculty in enhancing the strategic and organisational plans and ensuring that the programme achieves its strategic ambitions and objectives.

Other responsibilities include coordination of academic learning activities, academic administration and organisation, feedback on assignments, conducting assessments and marking, student mentoring and recruitment. You will also contribute to the academic development of the programme and work as a team and be involved in specific programme activities/projects/performances and other cross faculty initiatives.  In particular, you will support the Programme Leader to deliver student learning outcomes through high-quality performances. You will also implement research/professional practices to extend knowledge of an appropriate subject area for the benefit of the programme and the students. We particularly encourage applications from individuals with a developing or established professional and/or research profile. 

Requirements:

  • Postgraduate qualification, preferably at PhD level, or equivalent substantial professional experience as vocal coach
  • At least 5 years of tertiary-level teaching experience with knowledge of Higher Education Quality Assurance Framework and ability to teach within a multicultural context, and an awareness of the performing arts industry in Singapore; and
  • At least 3 years of full-time relevant professional experience/practice with strong specialist knowledge of live and screen performance
  • A passion for teaching with ability to nurture and encourage excellence in student learning
  • Possess excellent communication, organisational and team working skills and academic administration skills
  • A positive attitude to research, and preferably a personal research profile

The Puttnam School of Film and Animation in the Faculty of Fine Arts, Media & Creative Industries seeks to appoint a full-time Teaching Assistant/Technical Officer for the animation programmes.

Reporting to the Head of School and Programme Leader, you will provide support to academic staff in the animation programmes, which includes the following responsibilities:

  • Provision of support to teaching staff in lesson planning and submission of agreed outlines to Lecturers for review
  • Preparation and distribution of lesson/teaching materials, which includes typing, printing and binding of teaching materials
  • Presentation and/or demonstration of subject matter to students under the direction and guidance of Lecturers
  • Basic supervision of students in their lessons and/or assignments
  • Demonstration, instruction to and monitoring of students in the use and care of equipment and materials, for safety purposes, and of relevant software

Other responsibilities include coordination of academic learning activities, academic administration and organisation. You will also contribute to the academic development of the programme and work with others on your team on specific programme activities/projects and other cross faculty initiatives.  In particular, you will support the Programme Leader and the Lecturers to deliver student learning outcomes. You will also implement research/professional practices to extend knowledge of an appropriate subject area for the benefit of the programme and the students. We particularly encourage applications from individuals with a developing professional and/or research profile.

Requirements:

  • Postgraduate qualification, preferably Master Degree, or equivalent in a relevant discipline required for the appointment of Teaching Assistant; however a Bachelor’s Degree holder may be considered for the appointment of Technical Officer.
  • At least 2 years of experience as a tutor/teaching assistant/student supervisor at the tertiary-level.
  • A passion for teaching/coaching with ability to nurture and encourage excellence in student learning.
  • Excellent communication, organisational and team working skills and academic administration skills.
  • A positive attitude to research, and preferably a personal research profile.

The Faculty of Performing Arts seeks to appoint a full-time Lecturer in Theatre to teach into all three performance-based programmes, the Diploma in Performance, the BA(Hons) Acting and the BA(Hons) Musical Theatre programmes, which are part of the School of Dance & Theatre.

The position will report to the Programme Leader for the Diploma in Performance and will bring teaching expertise in Acting techniques. Students in the School of Dance & Theatre are introduced to a variety of methodologies and performance styles (Asian and Western). The Lecturer Theatre with Acting expertise will teach students improvisation, acting, characterisation and scene work, drawing from a Stanislavsky-based technique, as well as directing students in devised projects and scene work.  Additional theatre skills, such as in devising theatre, dramatic text analysis, teaching movement, physical theatre, mask work, would be desirable, but not essential. 

The ideal candidate in this position will have extensive knowledge of theatre and film/television repertoire, professional experience as an actor, and the capacity to teach, mentor and motivate young people. The Theatre programmes teach extensively by engaging students in performances and collaborative projects.  The Lecturer in Theatre will have professional experience in live and/or screen performance, and will coach students in their acting performances and may be invited to direct or devise some student performances, where appropriate. 

As a Lecturer at LASALLE, your key responsibilities include academic preparation; teaching and delivery of specialised knowledge/skills and cognitive based content to ensure the students’ learning objectives are met. You will work collaboratively with the teams within/across programmes and Faculty in enhancing the strategic and organisational plans and ensuring that the programme achieves its strategic ambitions and objectives.

Other responsibilities include coordination of academic learning activities, academic administration and organisation, feedback on assignments, conducting assessments and marking, student mentoring and recruitment. You will also contribute to the academic development of the programme and work as a team and be involved in specific programme activities/projects/performances and other cross faculty initiatives.  In particular, you will support the Programme Leader to deliver student learning outcomes through high-quality performances. You will also implement research/professional practices to extend knowledge of an appropriate subject area for the benefit of the programme and the students. We particularly encourage applications from individuals with a developing or established professional and/or research profile.

Requirements:

  • Postgraduate qualification, preferably at PhD level, or equivalent in a relevant discipline with substantial professional experience as an actor or vocal coach
  • At least 5 years of tertiary-level teaching experience with knowledge of Higher Education Quality Assurance Framework and ability to teach within a multicultural context, and an awareness of the performing arts industry in Singapore; and
  • At least 3 years of full-time relevant professional experience/practice with strong specialist knowledge of live and screen performance
  • A passion for teaching with ability to nurture and encourage excellence in student learning
  • Possess excellent communication, organisational and team working skills and academic administration skills
  • A positive attitude to research, and preferably a personal research profile

The Faculty of Performing Arts seeks to appoint a full-time Lecturer in Music in its School of Contemporary Music (SoCM), Singapore’s leading educational institution for developing young music talent from the Southeast Asian region into highly individual artists for the contemporary music industry. The Faculty is known for its engagement with experimental forms of music performance, and the SoCM welcomes applicants with interests in nurturing emerging musicians to find their own performance style and write their own songs and compositions.  

SoCM offers three awards the BA(Hons) Music, Diploma in Music, and Diploma in Audio Production. The SoCM seeks a Lecturer with expertise in teaching popular music performance and repertoire, with special expertise preferred in either popular singing/vocals or guitar.  The Lecturer will provide leadership in relation to their specialisation through main study lessons either vocal or instrumental, as well as facilitate music workshops, ensembles and performances. Reporting to the Programme Leader, the successful applicant will teach predominantly in the Diploma in Music programme.

As a Lecturer at LASALLE, your key responsibilities include academic preparation; teaching and delivery of specialised music skills and music performance to ensure the students’ learning objectives are met. You will work collaboratively with other staff in the SoCM in enhancing the strategic and organisational plans and ensuring that the SoCM achieves its strategic ambitions and objectives. The position includes administrative tasks, such as, curriculum and repertoire review and development, and assists the Programme Leader in timetabling, performances and resources required to support the programme. 

Other responsibilities include coordination of academic learning activities, liaison with part-time teaching staff, conducting assessments and marking, student mentoring and recruitment. You will also implement research/professional practices to extend knowledge of an appropriate subject area for the benefit of the programme and the students. We particularly encourage applications from individuals with a developing or established professional and/or research profile.

Requirements:

  • Postgraduate qualification, preferably at PhD level, or equivalent in a relevant discipline with substantial professional experience
  • At least 5 years of tertiary-level teaching experience within a multicultural context, with knowledge of Higher Education Quality Assurance Framework; and
  • At least 3 years of full-time relevant professional experience with strong specialist knowledge of contemporary music and its repertoire, and preferably with extensive industry experience as a popular music performer
  • Experience with and/or awareness of local and regional music industry, as well as a strong professional practice, will be an added advantage
  • A passion for teaching with ability to nurture and encourage excellence in student learning
  • Possess excellent communication, organisational and team working skills and academic administration skills
  • Good proficiency in MS Office suites
  • A positive attitude to research, and preferably a personal research profile

MORE INFORMATION

Please submit your letter of interest, current curriculum vitae and any relevant supporting materials, indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, by e-mail to: hr_1@lasalle.edu.sg before closing date 26 May 2018 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:

Director – Division of Human Resources 
LASALLE College of the Arts Ltd 
1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940 

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 

MORE INFORMATION

Please submit your letter of interest, current curriculum vitae and any relevant supporting materials, indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, by e-mail to: hr_1@lasalle.edu.sg before closing date 30 Apr 2018 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:

Director – Division of Human Resources 
LASALLE College of the Arts Ltd 
1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940 

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 

MORE INFORMATION

Please submit your letter of interest, current curriculum vitae and any relevant supporting materials, indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, by e-mail to: hr_1@lasalle.edu.sg before closing date 30 Apr 2018 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:

Director – Division of Human Resources 
LASALLE College of the Arts Ltd 
1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940 

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 

MORE INFORMATION

Please submit your letter of interest, current curriculum vitae and any relevant supporting materials, indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, by e-mail to: hr_1@lasalle.edu.sg before closing date 30 Apr 2018 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:

Director – Division of Human Resources 
LASALLE College of the Arts Ltd 
1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940 

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. 

MORE INFORMATION

Please submit your curriculum vitae indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, indicating clearly the position you are applying, by e-mail to: hr_1@lasalle.edu.sg before closing date 30 Apr 2018 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:

Director – Division of Human Resources
LASALLE College of the Arts 1 McNally Street,
Singapore 187940

The Faculty/School may consider offering the position as two 0.5 fractional roles for local/Singapore PR candidates. Please indicate it in your application if you would like to be considered for the fractional role.

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

MORE INFORMATION

Please submit your curriculum vitae indicating current and expected salary and enclosing a recent passport-sized photograph, indicating clearly the position you are applying, by e-mail to: hr_1@lasalle.edu.sg before closing date 30 Apr 2018 or in writing (stating clearly the position applied on the envelope) to:

Director – Division of Human Resources
LASALLE College of the Arts 1 McNally Street,
Singapore 187940

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

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