Purpose and Scope: It is the responsibility of the teaching faculty to provide the learning activities and support that will lead to the achievement of the course objectives and contribute to the educational environment of the college and the community. The faculty member's role encompasses the general areas of learning facilitation, professional development, and institutional service. Primary responsibilities are to plan, develop and teach courses within the curriculum in a manner that facilitates student learning.
Essential Job Functions: • Teaches courses Music at a variety of times and locations in response to institutional needs • Makes continuous efforts to improve the quality of instruction by reviewing and utilizing innovative methodologies, techniques, and delivery methods • Develops and uses a syllabus for each course or laboratory within college and departmental guidelines • Plans, develops and uses a variety of teaching methods and materials that assist students in meeting course objectives, and which are appropriate for students with differing educational and experiential backgrounds and learning styles • Evaluates students to measure their progress toward achievement of stated course objectives and informs them in a timely manner of their progress in the course • Submits required college reports and forms • Reviews, evaluates, and recommends student learning materials • Maintains professional relationships with students, colleagues and the community • Provides access to students through posted office hours, electronic communication and other appropriate methods • Responsible for professional development and institutional service as determined in consultation with the Dean • Responsible for other reasonable related duties as assigned
Salary: Commensurate with education, qualifications and experience
Required: MA in Music (Master of Arts in Music), MM (Master of Music), MM in Education (Master of Music in Education) MME (Master of Music Education), or a Master's degree with 18 graduate hours in Music
Start date: Fall 2020
Candidates should have a master’s or doctoral degree with at least 18 graduate hours in music. Candidates with one or more of the following preferred qualifications are especially encouraged to apply: • 1 or more years of experience as a collegiate or professional choir director/choral conductor, OR 3 or more years of experience as a high school choir director/choral conductor • 2 or more years of experience as a voice teacher in classical and popular styles • Community college or university teaching experience • Experience with recruitment, choral festivals/competitions, and partnership development
How to Apply:
ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ONLINE ONLY!
We will not accept application material received via fax, email, mail, or hand delivered.
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