Instructor/Visiting Assistant Professor, Music
Instructor/Visiting Assistant Professor to also serve as Visiting Associate Director of Bands/Director of Athletic Bands.
Supervise, rehearse, and conduct the Miami University Marching Band and Symphony Band; work closely with the Director of Bands to implement appropriate activities and goals for the total university band program; supervise all Pep Band activities in accordance with Divisional and Departmental expectations; assist with recruitment; teach undergraduate courses in music education, including (but not limited to) marching band techniques, instrumental methods courses, student teacher supervision; other duties as assigned, including academic advising.
A part-time position prior to the full-time start date of August 20, 2018, to accommodate necessary summer preparation and band camp, may be created.
Require: Master’s degree in music; undergraduate or graduate degree in music education, with a minimum three years of public school teaching in instrumental music. Terminal degree (DMA or Ph.D.) in music required for appointment as Visiting Assistant Professor.
Desire: Experience with university marching/athletic bands. Strong candidates will have terminal degree (DMA or Ph.D).
Required documents: cover letter, curriculum vitae; statement of teaching philosophy not to exceed two pages that addresses the role of the marching arts in the university curriculum.
Submit to https://miamioh.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=5473. Prefer that the three references listed in application are familiar with candidate’s most recent work. Additional materials, including video or audio, may be requested. Inquiries may be directed to Chris Tanner at [email protected] Screening of applications will begin April 10, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.
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