We seek an effective and enthusiastic instructor of both undergraduate and graduate levels of applied music in violin and lecture courses in music topics; as well as a violin performer, preferably with extensive chamber music experience, who will serve as a violinist for the string quartet in residence at IU South Bend, the Euclid Quartet.
Additional teaching responsibilities will include music courses for the general education curriculum and for majors, as well as professional practice and performance with the Euclid Quartet within their concert season up to a 100% full-time load per semester.
Other responsibilities: demonstrate 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.
The successful candidate will be expected to maintain a vigorous rehearsal and performing schedule with the Euclid Quartet and fulfill all teaching and recruiting obligations to IU South Bend. We seek an active performer with a passion for teaching music courses at the college level, a commitment to working with students in a liberal arts setting, and a successful record in violin performance both as a soloist and as a chamber musician.
Initial screening will begin June 15. Applicants should have their materials in by this date to ensure full consideration.
IU South Bend is the third largest campus in the Indiana University system and serves the north central Indiana community.
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