This is a Permanent, Full-time position.Category: College/University
The UNCG School of Music, part of the UNCG College of Visual and Performing Arts, seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Voice, soprano or mezzo- soprano preferred.
Responsibilities: Teach studio voice to undergraduate performance and music education majors, as well as master’s and doctoral students in performance degrees. Teaching diction, pedagogy and/or song literature classes may also be required.
A doctoral degree in Voice or equivalent professional experience is required. The candidate must be able to show evidence of successful performance and university or college level instruction, as well as the ability to attract outstanding students of singing. The UNCG School of Music places a high value on collegial relationship, and as such, a strong interpersonal skill set is highly anticipated. Fluency in a foreign language is also desirable.
Salary: Commensurate with experience
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The UNCG School of Music seeks applications from candidates who will actively contribute to our efforts to celebrate cultural diversity and who are committed to advancing inclusion and equity. The UNCG College of Visual and Performing Arts, a member of NASM since 1938, is the only institution in North Carolina offering comprehensive degrees in music and music education from the baccalaureate through the doctorate. Over 70 faculty members teach a music student body of c. 600 majors. For years, the School’s alumni have distinguished themselves in important professional positions throughout the world while its justly renowned student ensembles continue to perform frequently in prestigious state, regional, and international settings. Since 1999, the School of Music has occupied a new state-of-the-art building that affords students and faculty an outstanding environment for all aspects of music study and performance.
Greensboro, equidistant between Atlanta and Washington, DC, between the mountains and the seashore, has recently been designated an All-American City. Greensboro is extremely arts-oriented and, along with its sister cities in the “Triad” (Winston-Salem and High Point), provides a vital cultural stimulus to the entire Piedmont region and state of North Carolina.
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is committed to equality of employment opportunity and does not discriminate against applicants or employees based on race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation or veteran status. Moreover, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro is committed to recruiting and advancing women and minorities at all faculty/staff levels.