This is a Permanent, Full-time position.Category: College/University
This position is responsible for leadership of the Vocal Pedagogy Program, to include: teaching/oversight of undergraduate and graduate level courses in Vocal Pedagogy, supervision of graduate teaching assistants, guiding graduate pedagogy projects and theses and teaching applied voice lessons. The successful candidate will maintain an active national and 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.
Required qualifications: An earned doctorate in voice performance/pedagogy; significant teaching experience at the college level; maintenance of an active scholarly/performing career.
In order to successfully apply to this position, please complete the following two-step application process: (1) Complete the online CU Careers application (https://cu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=10981&lang=en). A resume and CV will be required. (2) Upon submission of the online application, you will then be notified via email within 48 hours to submit the contact information for three letter-of-recommendation providers. Selected candidates will later be notified to upload two separate 30-minute teaching videos, one of classroom teaching and one of a studio lesson. Instructions will be emailed to selected candidates. The search committee application review period begins Oct. 12, 2017. Applications received by this date will receive full consideration. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Professor Patrick Mason
The University of Colorado Boulder College of Music voice department takes pride in its nationally recognized pedagogy program, open studio policy and faculty collegiality. The voice faculty includes nine full-time members, including an opera director, opera music director and 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 CU NOW.