Vacancy: We have a position opening for a freelance music technology tutorial provider, Start date mid-September.
Closing date: July 1st 2017
Music Tech Student is currently looking for an experienced teacher of music technology to create content for our tutorials, quick tips and lesson plans sections.
The candidate must have experience in the following areas:
- Teaching Music Technology
- Using Logic Pro X or Cubase Pro 9 (or above)
- Sound design
- Composition and arranging
Along with these basic music and music production skills we also expect candidates to have experience with creating video tutorials and good presentation skills.
Expectations: (From this point forward the term ‘article’ will be used to refer to an individual piece of content.)
Each article that you provide for musictechstudent.co.uk should consist of the following elements:
- Article Title
- Subtitle – describing why we should continue reading
- Video tutorial – (3 – 7 mins, standard mp4 video format and ratio of 720 or 1080)
- Written documentation to accompany the video tutorial (250 – 500 words, word document)
- Approximately 4+ screenshots to be inserted in the necessary document positions
- Activity / Task – Based on your tutorial create a task / activity that the students can complete to consolidate the learning for this lesson
- Quiz – A simple 3 to 5 question multiple choice quiz consolidating what has been learnt in the article. Questions can be written in your word document with corresponding answers (please include 3 incorrect answers as well as the correct answer).
How you get paid:
All payments are processed through paypal.com, on being hired we will ask you to provide your PayPal email address, for legal and tax reasons the PayPal account must be registered to you and not a third party. All payments will be processed at the end of each project. Projects will normally be a maximum of 10 articles.
Your contribution to musictechstudent.co.uk will be as a self employed freelancing professional working on individual assignments and projects to pre-discussed and assigned project agreements. All projects must be completed by the date as outline in each project agreement. All articles / projects that you complete for us will be for the sole use and licence of musictechstudent.co.uk and are not permitted to be published or distributed outside of this location. All work submitted for a project must be your own, all work will be fully checked for plagiarism and duplication.
Starting out you will receive our standard £10 per article payment (£100 per project). Article payments increase to £15 per article after the first two projects have been successfully completed.
To Apply for this position, please submit the following:
- A short video, clearly announcing your name at the beginning with a demonstration of at least three of the above skills.
- A short written excerpt to accompany the video demonstration, please also include the article title, subtitle and author name as a standard word document
- Include all of the necessary screenshots 3+ as separate files
- A short multiple choice quiz – 3 questions, consolidating what you have taught us in this article (include questions and multiple choice answers in your word document)
- These files should be put together and compressed as a .zip file
- To transfer large files you might find it useful to use dropbox.com
The above submission will be used to assess your suitability for this position, please rest assured that we will not publish any of your content without first seeking and gaining your approval.
Thank you for taking the time to complete your application and we look forward to receiving your submission.