This is a Temporary, Part-time position.Category: College/University
The Millikin University School of Music invites applications for two part-time, non-tenure track appointments, to teach applied voice at the rank of Adjunct Instructor of Voice, beginning August 2018. All voice types will be considered.
Additional duties may include teaching within Millikin’s Preparatory Department, which serves of 500 individuals in the Greater-Decatur area. The Division of Vocal Studies at Millikin University serves over 250 undergraduate music and musical theatre majors per semester.
Qualified candidates should hold a Master’s degree (doctorate preferred). Successful candidates must be comfortable teaching various vocal styles (e.g. opera, musical theatre, jazz, commercial, etc.) and be able to play piano proficiently enough to accompany lessons.
Candidates should submit a cover letter, CV, three references (in pdf form), and links to video recordings of live performances within the last year to www.millikin.edu/employment. Review of applicants will begin April 10, 2018 and continue until positions are filled. Employment and first day of work is contingent upon successful completion of a background check. Millikin University is an equal opportunity employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Any questions regarding the positions should be directed to Dr. Justin John Moniz, Coordinator of Vocal Studies and Voice Search Chair (email@example.com).
Millikin University School of Music has been NASM accredited since 1934, with a vibrant community of 58 faculty and 275 students, offering Bachelor of Music degrees in Performance, Music Education, Commercial Music, and Music Business, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music. The School of Music’s curriculum embraces the interdisciplinarity of diverse musical and academic experiences. The School of Music is designated as an “All Steinway School.” A Millikin education is characterized by Performance Learning — a unique approach to learning that challenges students to engage with third party stakeholders in the performance of their academic discipline. Students apply their learning to professional experiences both in Decatur and around the world. Millikin University’s mission is to deliver on the promise of education, preparing students for professional success, democratic citizenship in a global environment, and a personal life of meaning and value.