APAP believes that pay transparency is a critical step toward pay equity and benefits both the job seeker and the employer. For those reasons, we are now requiring that employers include a salary range in all new job postings.
Postings that are backfilled from another association’s career center may not include salary information.
A master's degree in low brass performance or a closely related field.
A record of demonstrated excellence in teaching and performance indicative of the capacity to excel in fulfillment of the above responsibilities.
A completed DMA or PhD in music or the equivalent professional experience.
Significant achievement as an educator and tuba professor, and strong potential for future success in academic scholarship and creative activity.
Documented experience teaching low brass majors at the collegiate level, including success with student performance in competitions or placement in professional work environments.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Complete an online application and upload the following attachments:
Letter of application that addresses the applicant's vision for a tuba program within a school of music at a regional comprehensive university and highlights the applicant's qualifications for the responsibilities indicated in the position summary.
Curriculum vitae with courses taught.
Names and contact information for a minimum of three current professional references familiar with the applicant's qualifications and experience.
Unofficial transcripts of highest degree earned.
Additional materials may be requested at a later date including recordings, teaching statement, and syllabi of courses taught.
For questions or additional information, please contact Dr. Szabo at firstname.lastname@example.org
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