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Assistant Professor of Voice (Tenor/Baritone/Bass) - Truman State University

This is a Permanent, Full-time position.

Category: College/University
State/Province: Kirksville, MO
Position: Assistant Professor of Voice (Tenor/Baritone/Bass)
Deadline: June 3, 2016
Posted: May 5, 2016

Job Description / Duties

The School of Arts and Letters at Truman State University invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor of Music (Voice-Tenor/Baritone/Bass). This is a full-time, tenure-eligible position in the Department of Music to begin August 15, 2016.

Responsibilities:
•Teach undergraduate and graduate applied voice
•Teach undergraduate vocal diction
•Teach literature & pedagogy classes and supervise degree recitals as required
•Teach Opera Workshop (production) and Opera Chorus
•Teach a music appreciation class, such as one on Hollywood and Broadway
•Academic advising and mentoring

Qualifications / Required Skills

Required Qualifications:
•Experience and/or demonstrated potential for teaching effectiveness in applied voice
•Experience and/or demonstrated potential for recruiting music majors
•ABD in Music

Preferred Qualifications:
•Completed doctorate in music
•Experience in opera performance and/or opera production
•Experience and/or demonstrated potential for teaching effectiveness in music appreciation courses
•Commitment to the liberal arts and sciences as a teacher-scholar, with student development and accomplishment as the highest priority
•Strong oral communication, written communication, and interpersonal skills

Additional Information

For full information and to submit an application, visit http://employment.truman.edu

Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Contact Information

Dr. Jacqueline Collett jcollett@truman.edu

Employer Profile

A vibrant community of teacher-scholars involved with a highly-selective student body, Truman is a residential university providing its approximately 6,000 students with broad liberal arts experiences and study-in-depth in 48 undergraduate majors and 8 graduate programs.
The Department of Music offers degrees of Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Arts in Music, Master of Arts in Music, and minors in Music and in Jazz Studies. Additionally, the Department provides content support for the Master of Arts in Education (MAE in Music) degree, the degree by which music students pursue certification to teach in the public schools.

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