This is a Permanent, Full-time position.Category: College/University
The University of Colorado Boulder College of Music seeks an accomplished Bass or Baritone for a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track position as an Assistant or an Associate Professor of Voice starting August 21, 2017.
Instructional duties include applied lessons for undergraduate and graduate voice majors and related courses in either opera or pedagogy. The successful candidate will maintain an active national/international performing and/or scholarly career; serve on graduate committees; advise students in curricular matters and career development opportunities; and participate in College, University, and professional service activities, including student recruitment.
1. A significant record of professional performances.
2. Either an earned doctorate in music or a master’s degree in music coupled with a commensurate record of professional achievement.
3. Significant teaching experience at the college level.
4. Maintenance of an active performing and/or scholarly career.
In order to successfully apply to this position, please follow the specific application instructions found at the CU Careers online posting for this position found here: https://cu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=06729&lang=en&sns_id=mailto#.V9cyUKI3Rl8.mailto
The search committee application review period begins October 1, 2016.
Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
The University of Colorado is an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action employer.
Salary: Highly competitive salary commensurate with experience
All job related inquiries should be directed to Patti Peterson, Chair of the Voice Search Committee: Email: Patti.Peterson@colorado.edu; Phone: 303-492-5866
The University of Colorado Boulder:
Located right next to the famous Flatirons and the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, The University of Colorado Boulder is one of the largest employers in beautiful Boulder County and offers an unparalleled picturesque university setting, an inspiring higher education environment, year-round outdoor activities, and close proximity to the amenities of Boulder and Denver.
The College of Music:
Founded in 1920, the University of Colorado Boulder College of Music offers a wide range of programs for undergraduate and graduate study, uniquely combining advanced musical training with professionally oriented experiences and the rich resources of a leading research university. Active as award-winning professional performers, composers and scholars, College of Music faculty members are committed to helping students develop their talents and succeed in their chosen musical endeavors. The college offers seven undergraduate and graduate degrees in 23 fields of study, along with an array of interdisciplinary opportunities, including certificates in music technology and entrepreneurship.
The College of Music voice faculty includes nine full-time members, including an opera director, opera music director, two vocal coaches, and supports approximately 30 graduate and 65 undergraduate voice majors. The Eklund Opera Program presents three full productions during the academic year and a summer program of new opera workshops, called CUNOW. The voice department takes pride in its nationally recognized pedagogy program, open studio policy, and faculty collegiality.
For more information about the University of Colorado Boulder, see: http://www.colorado.edu/about
For more information about the College of Music, see: http://www.colorado.edu/music/about-us