We seek an effective and enthusiastic instructor of both undergraduate and graduate levels of applied music in voice and a creative and energetic opera program director. The successful candidate should have experience in teaching applied voice at the undergraduate and graduate levels and in developing and directing a collegial opera program for undergraduate and graduate students.
Additional teaching responsibilities will include diction for singers, a survey course on song repertoire, a course on vocal pedagogy, up to a 100% full-time, 12-credit load per semester.
Other responsibilities: demonstrated commitment to professional growth; develop and maintain a regional, national, and international profile within the profession; advise students; and other duties as assigned by the music department.
IU South Bend is the third largest campus in the Indiana University system and serves the north central Indiana community.
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