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Composer Posted on Apr 03, 2018 by MUSIKORE LTD

  • Location Airdrie, AB
  • Earnings $28.85 hourly
  • Work Hours 40 hours per week
  • Position Permanent Full Time
  • Vacancies 1 Vacancy
  • Closing Date May 03, 2018
Job Requirements

Employer

MUSIKORE LTD

Languages

English

Education

College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma from a program of 1 year to 2 years

Musical Genre

  • Opera
  • New age
  • Native, ethnic or cultural
  • Classical or chamber
  • Big band or dance
  • Alternative

Musical Instruments

  • Wind or reed
  • Native or ethnic instruments
  • Keyboard or piano
  • Electronic music simulators
  • Brass
  • Stringed musical instruments

Experience

1 year to less than 2 years

Work Setting

Sound recording company

Specialized Scoring or Arranging

  • Sound or record production
  • Concert performances

Specific Skills

  • Adapt and modify musical compositions
  • Create musical compositions

Work Site Environment

Noisy

Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities

  • Fast-paced environment
  • Work under pressure
  • Attention to detail
  • Sound discrimination
  • Large workload
  • Tight deadlines

Personal Suitability

  • Initiative
  • Effective interpersonal skills
  • Flexibility
  • Team player
  • Excellent oral communication
  • Excellent written communication
  • Client focus
  • Organized

How to Apply

Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.

In Person

68 Alpine Cres.SE.
Airdrie, Alberta T4B1K8

Advertised Until

May 03, 2018

Important notice: This job posting has been provided by an external employer.The Government of Alberta and the Government of Canada are not responsible for the accuracy, authenticity or reliability of the content.

Interest Codes
The Composer is part of the following larger National Occupational Classification (NOC).
Conductors, Composers and Arrangers
Reading Interest Codes
A Quick Guide

The interest code helps you figure out if you’d like to work in a particular occupation. 
It’s based on the Canadian Work Preference Inventory (CWPI), which measures 5 occupational interests: Directive, Innovative, Methodical, Objective and Social.

Each set of 3 interest codes is listed in order of importance.

A code in capital letters means it’s a strong fit for the occupation.

A code in all lowercase letters means the fit is weaker.

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Conductors
DIRECTIVE

Interest in instructing instrumentalists and performers to achieve rendition required; and in leading bands, orchestras and choirs during rehearsals and performances, in auditioning and selecting instrumental and vocal performers, and in supervising and co-ordinating activities of studio and company personnel

INNOVATIVE

Interest in synthesizing information to control balance, rhythm, dynamics and entries of instruments and voices to create interpretation of scores; and in planning and organizing musical productions, and in assigning parts to performers so the meaning and feeling of interpreted scores are expressed

METHODICAL

Interest in precision working to memorize musical scores; and in selecting music to accommodate talents of groups, and in positioning performers to obtain balance and harmony of instruments and voices

Reading Interest Codes
A Quick Guide

The interest code helps you figure out if you’d like to work in a particular occupation. 
It’s based on the Canadian Work Preference Inventory (CWPI), which measures 5 occupational interests: Directive, Innovative, Methodical, Objective and Social.

Each set of 3 interest codes is listed in order of importance.

A code in capital letters means it’s a strong fit for the occupation.

A code in all lowercase letters means the fit is weaker.

Learn More

Composers
INNOVATIVE

Interest in synthesizing information to invent melodic, harmonic and rhythmic structures in order to express ideas and emotions in musical forms such as symphonies, operas, and film and play scores

METHODICAL

Interest in precision working to play instruments to assist in composing, arranging and orchestrating music; and in copying compositions to music paper

directive

Interest in applying knowledge of harmony, counterpoint, orchestration and musical forms to create compositions and scores; may conduct and teach music

Reading Interest Codes
A Quick Guide

The interest code helps you figure out if you’d like to work in a particular occupation. 
It’s based on the Canadian Work Preference Inventory (CWPI), which measures 5 occupational interests: Directive, Innovative, Methodical, Objective and Social.

Each set of 3 interest codes is listed in order of importance.

A code in capital letters means it’s a strong fit for the occupation.

A code in all lowercase letters means the fit is weaker.

Learn More

Arrangers
DIRECTIVE

Interest in selecting instruments and voices to obtain desired style and effect by using knowledge of range, characteristics, limitations, key and talents of individual performers, and in transposing music from one medium to another

INNOVATIVE

Interest in synthesizing effects of combinations of instruments, voices, harmonic structures, rhythms, tempos and musical dynamics to create arrangements

methodical

Interest in precision working to play musical instruments to become familiar with compositions to be adapted; and in transcribing compositions and melodic lines to modify them for arrangements

Reading Interest Codes
A Quick Guide

The interest code helps you figure out if you’d like to work in a particular occupation. 
It’s based on the Canadian Work Preference Inventory (CWPI), which measures 5 occupational interests: Directive, Innovative, Methodical, Objective and Social.

Each set of 3 interest codes is listed in order of importance.

A code in capital letters means it’s a strong fit for the occupation.

A code in all lowercase letters means the fit is weaker.

Learn More

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