This is a Permanent, Full-time position.Category: College/University
Assistant Professor of Voice: tenor preferred, all voice types considered. Responsibilities: the primary assignment is to teach applied voice to music majors. Other areas of teaching may include diction for singers, vocal literature, or other departmental needs as are within the candidate’s expertise. The successful candidate will provide an artistic model through solo and/or collaborative performances, possess adequate keyboard skills to support vocal instruction, and work closely with members of the vocal and choral faculty to contribute to the Vocal/Choral Area's goals and activities, including weekly studio classes and participation in NATS. All music faculty members are expected to advise music majors, to participate in School of Music and College of Fine Arts governance and music admissions activities (i.e., recruiting and auditioning students), and to maintain collegial relationships with peers
Qualifications: master’s degree required, doctorate or ABD preferred; evidence of successful college teaching; must be an active performer. Candidates without doctorate must document equivalent experience and expertise. Normally, a doctorate is required for tenure.
Applications must apply online through the Department of Human Resources (http://www.sfasu.edu/hr/). Documents to be submitted: current vitae, three letters of reference, official transcripts and a recent, representative performance recording (online links preferred). If submitting a DVD please send to: Dr. Chris Turner, chair, Voice Search Committee, School of Music, P.O. Box 13043, SFA Station, Nacogdoches, TX 75962-3043.
Dr. Chris Turner, chair, Voice Search Committee, School of Music, P.O. Box 13043, SFA Station, Nacogdoches, TX 75962-3043.