Posting Summary: Percussionist, teaching primarily in the Music Education and Commercial Music areas of the Department of Music, also serving as Assistant Band Director. Teach courses, including Applied Percussion, Percussion Techniques, Percussion Class for Non-majors.
Responsibilities also include assisting with oversight of the University Bands program, recruiting new music students, advising Music majors, and assisting in ongoing program assessment, revision, and enhancement, as well as developing and maintaining relationships with local and regional school teachers and their students. Ability to teach music history, music theory, commercial music, music technology, jazz education, and/or general music education is desirable. Licensed teaching experience in K-12 setting is desirable. Other duties as assigned.
The successful candidate will assist in ongoing program assessment, revision, and enhancement in a demonstrated recursive approach, continually develop instrumental/percussion music curriculum, monitor and maintain NASM and NAFME standards for music education, and serve on departmental, college and university committees.
Internal Number: 220_56771
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