Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track) in Vocal Performance - University of Regina, Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance Department of Music
This is a Permanent, Full-time position.Category: College/University
State/Province (or you can select Remote): Regina, SK
Position: Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track) in Vocal Performance
Deadline: March 17, 2024
Posted: February 6, 2024
Job Description / Duties
Responsibilities of the position include teaching applied voice as well as voice-related courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the Music Department and the Faculty of MAP. There may also be additional teaching to be carried out according to the needs of the Department and/or Faculty, and in consideration of the background and abilities of the candidate.
In addition to being an excellent teacher and communicator, the successful candidate will have a strong research agenda and be actively engaged in ongoing scholarly research and artistic work. A strong commitment to providing leadership in the applied voice area with strength in recruitment and willingness to undertake administrative activities and responsibilities corresponding to rank are essential to this position as well.
To that end, the successful candidate will: help recruit, advise, and retain students in general; supervise graduate and undergraduate student work; serve on department, faculty, and university committees; participate in faculty, university, and community life; and establish and maintain a local, provincial, and national reputation and network as a vocal professional.
Qualifications / Required Skills
The Department of Music in the Faculty of Media, Art and Performance (MAP) at the University of Regina, invites applications for a tenure-track position in Vocal Performance, to commence July 1, 2024. The successful candidate will hold a doctorate in a relevant area, preferably a DMA in vocal performance and/or pedagogy, or a completed master’s degree with commensurate professional experience. Evidence of successful teaching at the undergraduate level at an accredited post-secondary institution is required.
The successful candidate will have demonstrated excellence in teaching applied voice at a variety of levels, including in voice-related courses such as diction, pedagogy, techniques, repertoire, and performance workshops. Moreover, the integration of effective teaching strategies to diverse students and creating an inclusive studio are considered assets, as is a significant national profile as a vocalist with an impressive record of performances, live and recorded, that detail experience and mastery in a broad range of styles.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Sunday, March 17, 2024
ALL applications must be submitted using our electronic system.
Full position requirements and instructions on how to apply can be found at: https://urcareers.uregina.ca/postings/14722
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The University of Regina is located in the heart of a vibrant, and increasingly diverse, mid-sized city in the centre of the beautiful Canadian prairies on Treaty 4 Territory. The University has a student population of 16,000+ and is home to 10 faculties, including a multitude of academic departments and program areas. These units have established national and international reputations for excellence and innovative programs leading to bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. The University has three federated colleges: First Nations University of Canada, Campion College, and Luther College. Our colleges bring further excellence and diversity to the educational experiences we offer.
With a faculty complement of 35 full-time professors, including some of the most celebrated contemporary artists in the country, the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance enjoys a long-standing reputation as one of Western Canada’s foremost environments for scholarship and artistic research at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Emphasizing the importance of studio production and theory, we offer BA, BFA, BMus, MMus, MA, MFA, and an Interdisciplinary Studies PhD in Media and Artistic Practices.