School of Music
The University of Missouri School of Music invites applications for
a full-time recording engineer. This role offers an opportunity to
join a dynamic team in a state-of-the-art music facility, fostering
innovation and excellence in music technology and recording
engineering education. We are seeking a highly accomplished
candidate with professional experience in one or more of the
following areas: music/audio production and engineering; live sound
engineering; microphone techniques; acoustics; recording consoles;
Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs); mixing and editing; mastering;
and sound design.
The successful candidate will play a crucial role in capturing and
producing high-quality audio recordings of music performances,
rehearsals, and related events encompassing a wide range of
responsibilities and may include the following tasks:
• Recording live performances and sound reinforcement;
• Studio recording;
• Signal flow management;
• Hardware placement, management, and maintenance;
• Mixing and post-production;
• Mastering audio data files;
• Archiving and documentation; and
• Technical support.
The successful candidate will collaborate with our faculty and
staff to oversee and maintain the School of Music’s cutting-edge
recording and production studios. Additionally, they
may also teach coursework based on their strengths and school
needs, which may include music technology, audio production, and
related courses, as well as student mentoring and advising.
Moreover, the successful candidate will maintain an active profile
as a recording engineer and industry professional. The ability to
work effectively with faculty, staff, students, alumni, and
community partners is expected.
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday. Flexible hours to meet
A Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and
experience and at least 2 years of experience from which comparable
knowledge and skills can be acquired is necessary.
Candidates will be evaluated on:
• Expertise in audio recording techniques, editing, mixing,
post-production, and audio mastering.
• Expertise in audio signal flow, microphone technologies and
applications, studio acoustics, studio and live sound consoles
(analog and digital), professional session protocols, hardware and
software electronic instruments, and mix tools and applications is
• A strong portfolio demonstrating current credits as a
professional mixing engineer in a variety of musical styles.
• Evidence of successful teaching experience in music technology
and recording engineering.
Anticipated Hiring Range
Salary Range: $17.96 - 25.57 per hour
GGS Grade: 008
University Title: SENIOR MEDIA PRODUCER
Internal applicants can determine their university title by
accessing the Talent Profile tile in myHR.
Please apply online at: https://hr.missouri.edu/job-openings (Job
Opening ID 49542). Use the online application and be prepared to
upload your curriculum vitae, letter of interest including links to
3-5 examples of recordings that showcase studio/produced work and
live performance capture, and names, with contact information, of
at least three references. Please do not submit additional
materials at this time. Official transcripts of all graduate study
will be required prior to appointment.
We value the uniqueness of every individual and strive to ensure
each person’s success. Contributions from individuals with diverse
backgrounds, experiences and perspectives promote intellectual
pluralism and enable us to achieve the excellence that we seek in
learning, research and engagement. This commitment makes our
university a better place to work, learn and innovate. In your
application materials, please discuss your experiences and
expertise that support these values and enrich our missions of
teaching, research and engagement.
Applicants may contact the Chair of the Search Committee, Dr.
Samuel Griffith (firstname.lastname@example.org), with any questions about
the job duties. Contact Human Resource Services
(email@example.com) for any questions about the application
process. Review of Applications will begin December 15, 2023.