This is a Permanent, Full-time position.Category: College/University
Voice and Vocal Pedagogy-tenor, baritone, or bass preferred. Tenure track faculty position beginning August 2015.
Teach undergraduate and graduate applied voice and vocal pedagogy. Serve as advisor of our graduate Vocal Performance and Pedagogy program. This individual will further develop the relationship between the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s voice research lab and our vocal pedagogy curriculum. (http://www.umc.edu/otolaryngology/)
A Doctorate or ABD in vocal performance OR vocal performance/pedagogy is desirable. The ability to teach applied voice at the collegiate level is essential. Research interest in voice science will be considered an asset.
Applicants must submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, copies of academic transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable at this time), and three references with contact information through email by December 1, 2014. Additional materials may be requested at a later date. Candidates being considered for the position will be contacted via email. Questions and applications should be sent to Dr. Robert Knupp, Chair of the Search Committee, at email@example.com. Applicants are welcome to visit our website at www.mc.edu, and the music department at music.mc.edu for further information.
Salary: Commensurate with teaching and related professional experience
Dr. Robert Knupp
Affiliated with the Mississippi Baptist Convention, Mississippi College has approximately 5,000 students. It is located in the Jackson metropolitan area (population 540,000) and is the second oldest Baptist College in the nation. U.S. News and World Report ranks the college as a best buy.
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