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Converse University is seeking applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor Music Education to begin in the fall of 2024. Candidates should have completed a doctorate in Music Education by August 2024, with a minimum of three years K-12 teaching experience in public schools. Additional university-level teaching experience is desirable.
In addition to conducting the Converse Symphony Orchestra, duties will include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in music education, supervising student teachers, and advising masters-level theses. Other duties will be assigned based on the expertise of the candidate and the needs of the department. The candidate will be expected to develop supportive relationships with local school music teachers to strengthen recruiting efforts. Professional engagement is also expected at local, state, and national levels.
Visit www.converse.edu/employment for more information and online application. Documents to be uploaded will include a cover letter, CV and a list of four references. Applications will be reviewed beginning October 19th. For questions concerning the position, contact Dr. Valerie MacPhail, chair of the Search Committee, Petrie School of Music, Converse University, at Valerie.MacPhail@converse.edu.
Converse College was founded in 1889 to provide a liberal education to undergraduate women. Since then, Converse's offerings have expanded to include multiple graduate degrees. In 2021 it officially became a co-educational university. The mission of Converse University is to empower students to become transformative leaders who see clearly, decide wisely, and act justly.
The Petrie School of Music is located within the School of the Arts and comprised of exceptional multi-disciplined programs in performance, music education, and music therapy. A charter member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), the School of Music is housed in the Blackman Music Hall, featuring the Daniel Recital Hall along with dedicated rehearsal, classroom, and private studio spaces. The School of Music also makes use of Twichell Auditorium, housed in the Zimmerli Performance Center on campus and holding nearly 1500 patrons. Renowned for its outstanding acoustics, this recently-renovated venue has hosted performances by celebrated artists since it was built in 1899.
Located in the Upstate region of South Carolina, Spartanburg is a city full of exciting attractions, beautiful scenery, historically significant sites, seven colleges, and friendly people. Spartanburg is South Carolina's melting pot, mixing Southern culture and hospitality with traditions and cultures of other countries. Spartanburg's ideal proximity to the North Carolina mountains, the South Carolina coast, and major cities such as Atlanta and Charlotte make Spartanburg an attractive place to live. We believe that a diverse faculty and staff are essential to achieving academic excellence; thus, we strongly encourage applications from candidates from all racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.