The Fredonia School of Music invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Violin (tenure track). Position begins Fall 2019.
The Fredonia School of Music is a thriving program with approximately 600 undergraduate and graduate students. The curriculum prepares students for careers in music performance, music education, sound recording, composition, jazz, and music therapy.
Rewards & Benefits
Competitive compensation plus comprehensive benefits plan including health, dental, and vision insurance and retirement plan options including a fixed pension plan or a 401(A) with generous employer contributions;
Paid leave provisions including sick and holiday leave; impressive educational benefits including tuition-free study plus supplemental tuition aid;
A rich array of services, programs and benefits to help employees advance in their career and enhance the quality of their personal life, including professional development programs and services, employee EAP and wellness programs, discounted membership to the on-campus fitness center, and access to the Campus and Community Child Care Center.
Reporting to the Chair, the successful candidate will:
Teach undergraduate and graduate violin students;
Actively engage in recruiting and maintaining a successful studio;
Oversee and coordinate violin studio with other string faculty;
Coach chamber music;
Provide academic advisement to students;
Maintain an active profile of artistic performance activity;
Contribute to curriculum development and refinement;
Participate in committees and provide service to the department, college, university, and profession;
Be aware of, understand, and follow all university policies.
Doctorate in Music from an accredited institution by September 1, 2019 or a Master's Degree plus a minimum three years of professional performance experience;
Demonstrated success as a performing artist and teacher of violin;
Enthusiastic interest in recruiting;
Demonstrated commitment and ability to work with a diverse group of students, faculty, staff and constituents in support of campus and department mission;
Demonstrated commitment to the university, division, and profession.
National/International standing as a violin performer;
Three or more years of successful high level violin instruction;
Successful record of recruiting talented violin students;
Interest in, and commitment to, community engagement.
This is a full-time, term appointed, tenure track position beginning Fall 2019.
Visa sponsorship is available for this position.
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Interested candidates shall apply and submit the required documents listed below by clicking on the APPLY NOW button. Complete applications received by October 31, 2018 will be given full consideration. Names and contact information for three professional references are required as part of the application.
Include a direct link/url to sample recordings of recent performances
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