The Mozart Fellowship 2025

Updated: about 2 months ago
Job Type: Permanent

The Mozart Fellowship 2025-2400366


 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS

The Fellowship was established by the University Council in 1969 and was made possible by the generous interest of anonymous friends of the University. The general purpose of the Mozart Fellowship Fund is to aid and encourage composers of music in the practice and advancement of their art, to associate them with the life of the University, and at the same time to foster an interest in contemporary music within the University and in the community.

The Fellowship duration is 1 February 2025 to 31 January 2026. The stipend for the Fellowship is equivalent to a Lecturer’s salary and may include a contribution to travel/removal expenses. The salary is payable in fortnightly instalments.

For further information about the Fellowship and previous recipients, please see below for attached Conditions of Award.

Applications

Applications must include your curriculum vitae and should include a maximum of three pieces of your work (scores and recordings).

Please apply via the Recruitment System. We encourage all documentation to be submitted via this system where possible. The following file formats are accepted for attachments:
•    Word (.doc/.docx)
•    Word Perfect (.wpd)
•    Excel (.xls/.xlsx)
•    Rich Text Format (.rtf)
•    Portable Document Format (.pdf)

You may attach up to 10 files, and each file must not exceed 1.5 Mb.

Audio file formats are not supported by this online Recruitment System but you may list web links in this application if your audio files can be accessed online. Alternatively, audio files can be mailed on CD or USB drive.

Additional material can be sent to the Fellowships Administrator. If you require any supporting material to be returned, please supply a prepaid self-addressed envelope. All remaining material will be confidentially disposed. Any material submitted outside of the recruitment system must be declared at the time of application and should be sent to: 

Arts Fellowships Administrator
Humanities Divisional Office, 
5th Floor, Arts 1 Building, 
95 Albany Street
Dunedin
New Zealand

or

Arts Fellowships Administrator
Humanities Divisional Office
PO Box 56, 
Dunedin, 9054, New Zealand. 

Material must be received by the closing date.

To enable all members of the Mozart Fellowship Selection Committee to listen to each applicant’s work prior to the Selection Committee meeting, it may be necessary for copies to be made. Once the Selection Committee meeting has been held, all copies will be destroyed.

Applicants should give the names and contact email addresses of three persons (one of whom should, if possible, hold a University position) who are prepared to act as referees.

Applications will close on Sunday, 2 June 2024.

If you have any questions about the application process please contact the Recruitment Team.

If you have any queries about the Fellowship please email the Arts Fellowship Administrator.

Additional Information

Contact: Recruitment Team   +64 3 479 8275 

Contact: Arts Fellowship Administrator

Position details: Conditions of Award

Guidelines for Academic Positions: Guidelines

Further Information: Department Website

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Location: About Dunedin



Primary Location
 NZL-SI-Dunedin
Employment Status
 Fixed Term 
Salary Level and Range
 Please see information above
Organisation
 Humanities Divisional Office
Job Function
 Fellowships


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