Posting Summary: Fulltime faculty member teaching primarily in the Music Education area, also serving as University Choir Director and directing other vocal ensembles as assigned. Teach undergraduate and graduate courses including applied voice instruction, vocal techniques, voice class for non-majors, choral methods and materials, vocal diction, and choral conducting. Prepare and supervise vocal music education majors for student teaching. Assist in facilitating on-campus service and community outreach opportunities for local schools. Recruit music students and assist in facilitating a smooth operation of the vocal/choral music program. Ability to (piano) accompany choral rehearsals highly desirable. Ability to teach music history, music theory, commercial music, music technology, jazz education, and/or general music education is desirable. Additional duties as assigned. The successful candidate will assist in ongoing program assessment, revision, and enhancement, as well as developing and maintaining relationships with local and regional school teachers, development of choral music curriculum and the maintaining of NASM standards for music education, and serve on departmental, college and university committees.
Internal Number: 220_56770
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