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  • 17 Dec 2019 10:55 AM | Communications Director MEIEA (Administrator)

    The School of Music in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University seeks a dynamic leader of outstanding reputation to serve as Director of the Popular Music program. This is a full-time appointment, appointment type and rank based on experience, beginning fall 2020.

    About ASU

    Arizona State University is a new model for American higher education, an unprecedented combination of academic excellence, entrepreneurial energy and broad access. This New American University is a single, unified institution comprising four differentiated campuses positively impacting the economic, social, cultural and environmental health of the communities it serves. Its research is inspired by real world application blurring the boundaries that traditionally separate academic disciplines. ASU serves more than 80,000 students in metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, the nation's fifth largest city. ASU champions intellectual and cultural diversity, and welcomes students from all fifty states and more than one hundred nations across the globe.

    About the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

    ASU’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, the largest comprehensive design and arts school in the nation, is a vibrant example of the New American University philosophy. With nearly 5,000 students, more than 400 faculty and faculty associates, 135 degree options and a tradition of top-ranked programs, the Herberger Institute is built on a combination of disciplines unlike any other program in the nation. The institute includes the School of Art, School of Arts, Media and Engineering, The Design School, School of Film, Dance and Theatre, School of Music, and the ASU Art Museum. Through recognizing that design and the arts are critical resources for transforming society and solving complex problems, ASU’s Herberger Institute is committed to positioning artists, scholars, designers, and educators at the center of public life. For more information on the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, visit herbergerinstitute.asu.edu.

    About the School of Music

    Located in one of the most expansive metropolitan centers in the United States and situated in the Sonoran desert, the ASU School of Music supports a broad range of inquiry. Programs within the School of Music lead to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Music with an optional concentration in Music and Culture; Bachelor of Music (BM) in Music with concentrations in music performance, jazz studies, music theatre, music education, music theory and composition, and music therapy as well as three minors in music performance, music studies, and musical theatre; Master of Arts (MA) in Music with concentrations in ethnomusicology or music history and literature; and Master of Music (MM) in composition, conducting, music education, music performance, performance pedagogy, or music therapy. In addition, the school offers a Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) in composition, conducting, or performance and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) with a concentration in music education or musicology, as well as a graduate certificate in theory pedagogy. With one of the largest comprehensive music programs in a public research university in the United States, the ASU School of Music plays a prominent role within the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and is located on the ASU Tempe campus. For more information on the School of Music, please visit music.asu.edu/.

    The ASU School of Music is launching a concentration in Popular Music in its Bachelor of Arts in Music degree beginning fall 2020.

    The popular music program welcomes and accommodates21st century musicians interested in popular music, music industry studies and entrepreneurship, including but is not limited to, singers and songwriters, laptop performers or composers, DJs, producers, guitarists, bassists, keyboardists, MCs, and other instrumentalists and vocalists whose musical practices and playing styles are representative of varied popular music idioms, and music production, audio recording, and music industry specialists. All students gain a working knowledge of the music industry and music business, and the entrepreneurial skills necessary to gain meaningful employment upon graduation. Students participate in individual applied study in a chosen specialization, and a variety of group performance and production opportunities. Internships associated with specialization courses provide opportunities for students to apply their learning in a real-life context. A capstone course allows students to further develop their original work in their chosen area of emphasis. A curriculum for the program is currently in development and will increase meaningful pathways in the School of Music for students whose interests, skills, and goals lie outside the Western art music tradition. The curriculum will also provide opportunities for all students to develop flexible musicianship.

    We seek an innovative individual who will participate in and further our effort to reimagine what arts education means in the 21st century. The successful candidate will lead the popular music program and manage the teaching and recording facility opening in downtown Phoenix in fall 2021; initiate meaningful collaborations with faculty colleagues, the larger university community and regional professional arts organizations; build external partnerships with area music professionals and venues; teach in the candidate’s areas of expertise, which may include specialties such as the music and recording industry, music creation/production, artist management, legal issues, and/or music performance; and mentor students through the specialization and capstone processes. Further responsibilities will include recruiting high- quality students regionally, nationally and internationally, and mentoring and assisting students in developing their professional goals. The candidate is expected to possess a broad knowledge of the music industry as well as significant first-hand experience working within it, and to continue to pursue a professional career and actively participate in creative activity and/or research at the school. The candidate is also expected to demonstrate excellence in teaching with the ability to instruct at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and to work effectively with faculty colleagues and administration in service to satisfy and advance the mission of the ASU School of Music.

    Required Qualifications:

    ·       National and/or international music career in popular music and/or the popular music industry.

    ·       Vision to guide a 21stcentury popular music program.

    ·       Demonstrated excellence in teaching in relation to popular music and/or the popular

    music industry.

    ·       Evidence of ability to collaborate with professional arts organizations and corporations

    and to create meaningful partnerships within the music industry.

    ·       Master’s degree in music or commensurate professional experience.

    ·       Evidence of a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in creative activity and

    research, teaching and service.

    ·      

    ·       Desired Qualifications:

    ·       Expertise in multiple popular music practices, such as performing, producing, recording, music industry, etc.

    ·       Demonstrated excellence in teaching music at the college level in relation to popular music and/or the popular music industry, or a related area.

    ·       Experience leading a popular music program.

    ·       Experience in program administration and budgeting.

    ·       The ability to advance innovative teaching practices and envision new paradigms of arts

    education.

    ·       The ability to work and collaborate across artistic disciplines, with people outside the

    arts, across campus, and in the community.

    ·       The ability to attract resources, including grants or other sources of support that advance

    the Herberger mission.

    ·       Experience teaching performance, music education and/or music therapy majors and

    students from other disciplines.

    Instructions to Apply:

    Please submit the following materials:

    ·       Letter of interest addressing how the candidate uniquely meets the qualifications for the

    position, in particular: work experience, creative activity (i.e. performance, song writing,

    producing or other) and/or research, and innovative teaching;

    ·       Curriculum vitae;

    ·       A one-page vision statement describing an ideal bachelor of arts popular music program;

    ·       A one-page statement addressing the candidate’s commitment to diversity, equity and

    inclusion;

    ·       Names and contact information of three references; and,

    ·       At least three and no more than five examples of candidate’s recent (within the last 5

    years) creative work (audio/video recordings, scholarly writing). Candidates may include recordings of creative work examples by submitting a document with live hyperlinks to recordings. For detailed instructions on how to create a document with live hyperlinks, please click here.

    All applications must be submitted electronically viahttps://apply.interfolio.com/67443.

    Application Deadline:The application deadline is November 21, 2019. Applications will continue to be accepted on a rolling basis for a reserve pool. Applications in the reserve pool may then be reviewed in the order in which they were received until the position is filled.

    ASU conducts pre-employment screening for all positions, which includes a criminal background check, verification of work history, academic credentials, licenses and certifications.

    Arizona State University is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. See ASU's complete non-discrimination statement athttps://asu.edu/aad/manuals/acd/acd401.html. See ASU’s Title IX policy athttps://www.asu.edu/titleIX/.

    In compliance with federal law, ASU prepares an annual report on campus security and fire safety programs and resources. ASU’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available online athttps://www.asu.edu/police/PDFs/ASU-Clery-Report.pdf. You may request a hard copy of the report by contacting the ASU Police Department at 480-965-3456.


  • 17 Dec 2019 10:55 AM | Communications Director MEIEA (Administrator)

    The University of the Pacific’s Conservatory of Music seeks a full-time, tenure-track Associate/Full Professor to serve as Program Director in the area of Music Management/Music Industry Studies. The successful candidate will teach and develop undergraduate courses in varied music business topics relevant to today’s industry, as well as administer the program which includes recruiting, hiring and training adjunct faculty to supplement the other two full time faculty who serve the program. The selected candidate will develop and maintain strong relationships with for-profit and/or not-for-profit music industry employers in California to foster music business internship placements as well as ongoing mentoring programs for students. The candidate will be familiar with current and emerging music business strategies and practices including software platforms, distribution, and revenue models associated with music business and music industry fields. In addition, the successful candidate will be able to engage in curriculum updating and development, provide support for program growth, inspire, motivate and advise students, maintain an active and successful recruitment and retention program, and demonstrate an unflagging commitment to inclusion in all of its forms.

    This faculty member will be available for student access and inquiry throughout each term via an appropriate schedule of published office hours. They will also participate in service to the unit, University and the discipline. The successful candidate will be expected to maintain an active career in research and publication as part of their appointment in order to be considered for tenure. The appointment will begin Fall of 2020.

    As a university that educates students of various ethnic and cultural backgrounds, Pacific’s Conservatory values a diverse faculty and staff.

    Basic Qualifications

    An earned master’s degree, or the equivalent in professional experience, in a field allied with music management and music industry fields.

    Additional Qualifications

    Collegiate level teaching in the field; an advanced degree in music industry or a related field; documented experience in entrepreneurial activity or business innovation; publication in the field; recruiting and training adjunct faculty in the field; service/recognition to or from institutions or trade associations related to the music industry.

    Physical Requirements

    Requires extended periods of sitting and repetitive hand/wrist motion while using computer keyboard and phone. Occasional standing, walking climbing stairs, bending, stooping and reaching. Occasional lifting up to 25 pounds.

    Special Instructions

    Cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, three letters of reference from associates which include statements supporting the candidate’s fit for the position; and contact information for two additional references whom may be contacted by the search committee.

    Finalists will send in additional materials upon request of the committee that may include teaching videos and additional documentation or recommendations. Review of applications will begin on 12/15/19, and will continue until the position is filled.

    Contact Information

    Contact Email MusicSearch@pacific.edu

    https://pacific.peopleadmin.com/postings/15820


  • 17 Dec 2019 10:55 AM | Communications Director MEIEA (Administrator)

    The University of the Pacific’s Conservatory of Music seeks a full-time, non-tenure track lecturer for the 2020-2021 academic year. The successful candidate will teach courses including Introduction to the Music Industry, Artist Management, Intro to Music Industry Technology, Independent Record Label Operations, Performing Arts Administration, Concert Promotion, Music Industry Careers or other courses depending on program needs. The candidate will be familiar with current music business strategies and practices including software platforms and equipment associated with music business and music technology fields. In addition, the successful candidate will utilize their industry connections to invite guest speakers to campus and arrange off campus field trips when possible for students. Faculty member will assist in student recruiting and retention activities and demonstrate an unflagging commitment to supporting student success for an increasingly diverse student population.

    This faculty member will be available for student access and inquiry throughout each term via an appropriate schedule of published office hours. The appointment will begin Fall of 2020 and conclude in May of 2021.

    As a university that educates students of various ethnic and cultural backgrounds, Pacific’s Conservatory values a diverse faculty and staff.

    Basic Qualifications

    The selected candidate will have either a graduate degree in music industry or a related field or the equivalent to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

    Additional Qualifications

    Collegiate level teaching in the field; documented experience in entrepreneurial activity or business innovation; publication in the field; recruiting and training adjunct faculty in the field; service/recognition to or from institutions or trade associations related to the music industry.

    Physical Requirements

    Frequent sitting and computer use. Occasional walking, standing, bending, kneeling and use of phone.

    Occasional lifting up to 25 lbs.

    Work Environment/Work Week/Travel

    Work is primarily performed in a standard office environment with use of computer and phone.

    Work performed during standard business hours between 8AM and 5PM. Occasional overtime required to meet critical business deadlines. May require some nights and weekends

    Special Instructions

    Cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, three letters of reference from associates which include statements supporting the candidate’s fit for the position; and contact information for two additional references whom may be contacted by the search committee.

    Finalists will send in additional materials upon request of the committee that may include teaching videos and additional documentation or recommendations. A review of the applications will begin as soon and they are received. The position will remain open until filled. Candidates who apply by December 1, 2019 will be given first consideration. Finalists will send in additional materials upon request of the committee that may include teaching videos and additional documentation or recommendations.

    Contact Information

    Contact Email MusicSearch@pacific.edu

    https://pacific.peopleadmin.com/postings/15814


  • 17 Dec 2019 10:54 AM | Communications Director MEIEA (Administrator)

    The Lee University School of Music invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position starting August 2020. We seek a dynamic classroom teacher with practical experience in the music industry who is committed to mentoring students at the graduate and undergraduate levels.

    Preference will be given to applicants with a terminal degree or equivalent professional experience in music business, music technology, or related fields. Though applicants with advanced degrees in other areas will be considered, the successful candidate must demonstrate the following: significant entrepreneurial experience in the music industry, understanding of current trends in music business, potential to recruit talented students, and the ability to communicate effectively with students and peers. The ideal candidate will also articulate viable strategies to prepare students for careers both inside and outside the Christian marketplace, maintain a creative or scholarly portfolio, and show potential to provide leadership in the discipline.

    The appointee will be assigned to teach courses in music business and/or cognate areas, depending on qualifications and experience. The position also includes advising students and other professional service to the institution. Reporting to the Dean, the appointee will be expected to actively participate in the process of setting and achieving the goals of the music unit, working cooperatively with colleagues to realize the mission of the university.

    Minority applicants are encouraged to apply. Salary and rank are based on qualifications and experience.

    Lee University is a private, comprehensive, Christian university that is recognized as an emerging leader in higher education in the southeastern region. The School of Music, a fully accredited member of NASM, serves some 275 majors enrolled in graduate and undergraduate curricula. For more information, visit http://leeuniversity.edu/academics/music/.

    To help us evaluate your potential as a member of our university faculty, applicants should forward the following via email to Linda Bryant (lbryant@leeuniversity.edu): (1) a scanned copy of your completed faculty application (available at http://www.leeuniversity.edu/uploadedFiles/Content/human-resources/faculty-application(1).pdf), (2) a letter of intent, (3) a current curriculum vita, (4) a statement of Christian faith regarding your religious conversion and Christian commitment, (5) a statement detailing how you will integrate faith in your work as a musician and teacher, and (6) contact information for at least three references. Letters of recommendation will be requested directly; please do not include them with application materials.

    Review of applications will begin November 15, 2019, and continue until the position is filled.

     


  • 17 Dec 2019 10:54 AM | Communications Director MEIEA (Administrator)

    The Music Department at Occidental College (OXY) invites applications for a full-time postdoctoral scholar-practitioner

    in audio/music/sound engineering with an ability to teach applied signal processing at the undergraduate level.

    Especially welcome are candidates who can teach coding plugins for audio signal processing and/or how to create virtual

    instruments using sample modeling.

    The postdoctoral scholar will be a part of a four and a half-year grant funded through the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

    for Arts and Technology in a Cultural Metropolis (spring 2019 through 2022-2023) that will enhance collaboration

    between our arts departments and computer science, integrate arts and technology, and effectively advance teaching

    and learning in the digital liberal arts.

    The position will begin in August 2020, for a two-year appointment. The successful candidate will be based in Los

    Angeles, California. The course load will be one course for second-year students to be co-taught with a professor of the

    practice in the spring semester of each year of the fellowship, plus one first-year seminar in the fall semester of the

    second year.

    Occidental is a nationally-ranked small liberal arts college recognized for its diverse student body, its commitment to

    academic excellence and equity, and its outstanding undergraduate research programs. With major concentrations that

    include music production and composition & film scoring, the Music Department has developed a curriculum that is at

    once embedded in the liberal arts and connected to Los Angeles’s music industry, and many of our music majors double-

    major in a science, including computer science. Through this fellowship, we are seeking candidates who can enhance

    support for all music students interested in computer science (especially production, composition, and music theory

    students) and for computer science students interested in music. For more information about the Music Department,

    please visit the Music website at https://www.oxy.edu/academics/areas-study/music. The mission of Occidental College

    is accessible at https://www.oxy.edu/about-oxy/mission.

    Responsibilities

    The successful candidate will be expected to assist with advising relevant student research projects and internships in

    the departments of Music and Computer Science. They will also develop cross-disciplinary courses for first- and second-

    year students in collaboration with arts faculty, organize a summer institute for faculty, and collaborate with existing

    researchers on campus.

    The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by an

    individual assigned to this job:

    • The primary responsibility of the Mellon postdoctoral fellow will be to develop one course for second-year

    students to be co-taught with a professor of the practice in the spring semester of each year of the fellowship,

    and to develop and teach one first-year seminar in the fall semester of the second year. These courses will

    introduce students to cross-disciplinary collaborative techniques, which will prepare them for upper division

    courses, research, and creative projects that explore connections between music and technology.

    • The fellow will organize summer workshops (the “Music and Technology Summer Institute”) in 2021 and 2022 to

    help faculty incorporate technologies into existing coursework or to inspire new scholarly projects or

    collaborations.

    • The fellow is expected to work independently and also collaboratively with faculty in the Music and Computer

    Science departments.

    • The fellow is expected to prepare for a future career in academia as they are developing their pedagogy and

    sharing their expertise with the Occidental community. Fellows will maintain disciplinary research and

    professionalization, and will receive a modest budget for professional development.

    Qualifications 

    A successful candidate will have:

    • a PhD in audio engineering or a related area;

    • familiarity with music applications such as Ableton Live, Logic Pro X, Pro Tools, and Max/MSP/Jitter;

    • a good track record in research and teaching;

    • demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills;

    • ability to think creatively about collaboration and interdisciplinary inquiry;

    • ability to interact effectively with interdisciplinary academic partners and campus partners; and

    • strong interpersonal and decision-making skills.

    Application Instructions 

    The deadline for receiving application materials is Monday, January 27th, 2020.

    Please submit the following as electronic files to musicsearch@oxy.edu with the subject line “Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow

    Application” (1) a two-page cover letter that addresses your interest in the position and how it meets the qualifications

    specified above; (2) a teaching statement that addresses diversity in the classroom; (3) a research statement that

    addresses how undergraduates might be involved; and (4) your curriculum vitae, including a link to professional work.

    Please arrange to have at least three letters of references emailed to musicsearch@oxy.edu , one of which addresses

    teaching.

    Salary and Benefits: The fellow will be considered a faculty (9-month) employee of Occidental College with an annual

    salary of $55,000 plus the standard benefits and leave accrued by employees.

    Questions about the position should be directed to Search Committee Chair David Kasunic at musicsearch@oxy.edu.

    Occidental College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not unlawfully discriminate against employees or applicants

    on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, breastfeeding

    or related medical condition, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, physical disability, mental disability,

    medical condition, genetic characteristic or information, sexual orientation, military and veteran status, or any other

    characteristic protected by State or Federal Law. We strongly encourage all underrepresented candidates, especially

    women and persons of color, to apply.

    As a condition of hire for a staff position and for appointment to a faculty position, Occidental College requires that all

    candidates who have received a conditional offer of employment complete an application form (if they have not already

    done so) and consent to a background check. Satisfactory completion of a background check, along with pre-employment

    verifications and references are required as a condition of employment, but only as permitted by federal, state, and local

    law, including the City of Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.

    We will consider for employment all qualified Applicants, including those with Criminal Histories, in a manner consistent

    with the requirements of applicable state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles’ Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring

    Ordinance.


  • 17 Dec 2019 10:53 AM | Communications Director MEIEA (Administrator)

    The University of North Alabama invites applications for tenure track Assistant Professor of Entertainment Industry, beginning August 2020, to meet a growing student demand in the Department of Entertainment Industry.  Area of specialization is teaching recording and entertainment technology classes and coordinating related labs.  A terminal degree in a related area is required by the time of appointment.  The successful candidate is expected to have a full-time commitment to teaching, scholarship and service; knowledge of ProTools and other current software is a must; and university level teaching and industry experience is preferred. Typical load is advising plus four class sections per semester.  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  (Visit our website at www.una.edu/entertainment.)

    A Master’s degree in a related area is a minimum to apply, a terminal degree is required for tenure.  The successful candidate is expected to have a full-time commitment to teaching, scholarship and service; knowledge of ProTools and other current software is a must; and university-level teaching and industry experience is preferred. A Master’s degree in a related area is a minimum to apply, a terminal degree is required for tenure.  The successful candidate is expected to have a full-time commitment to teaching, scholarship and service; knowledge of ProTools and other current software is a must; and university-level teaching and industry experience is preferred.

    To apply for this position, please visit our Online Employment System at http://jobs.una.edu/postings/5295. Applications will only be accepted online.  Please be prepared to upload a cover letter, resume/cv, and a reference list at the time of application. Transcripts are also required, but may be submitted at a later date.  Official transcripts will be required of the successful candidate but unofficial copies will be accepted for the application process. For questions, please email employment@una.edu or call 256-765-4291 and select option #2. Selecting an option other than #2 will cause a delay in response.

    UNA is an equal opportunity employer committed to achieving excellence and strength through diversity. UNA seeks a wide range of applicants for this position so that one of our core values, ethnic and cultural diversity, will be affirmed. UNA is a smoke-free campus.

    http://jobs.una.edu/postings/5295


  • 17 Dec 2019 10:53 AM | Communications Director MEIEA (Administrator)

    Instructor/Assistant Professor of Songwriting

    We are now accepting applications for a qualified Instructor/Assistant Professor of Songwriting at Belmont University. 

    Employment Type 

    Full-time Faculty Tenure Track 

    Department

    Songwriting

      For a complete description and to apply click here. 


  • 17 Dec 2019 10:52 AM | Communications Director MEIEA (Administrator)

    POSITION Hilton-Baldridge Eminent Scholar in Music Industry Studies, to be appointed at the rank of Professor, beginning August 2020.

    SALARY Compensation commensurate with experience and qualifications. This is a 10-month position.

    DESCRIPTION The ideal candidate will have an innovative vision and ability to enrich the programs in the School of Music Industry and Loyola University, more broadly. The individual will teach three undergraduate music industry courses each semester based upon the needs of the School and areas of personal expertise, as well as maintain a regular and consistent presence on campus. The successful candidate will also be expected to be a leader in collaboration with other faculty to develop new initiatives within and beyond the School of Music Industry, serve as an academic advisor and on committees, and assist in recruitment activities. Additionally, they will be expected to remain professionally active and engaged within the national or international music industry and continue to develop creative/scholarly work and industry relations.

    QUALIFICATIONS Required Qualifications:

    ·       Significant professional experience in the national or international music industry

    ·       Demonstrated expertise in one or more of the following areas: entrepreneurship, label services, artist management, agency management, music industry business affairs, music technology and production, or performance of popular, commercial, and urban music styles

    ·       Evidence of significant and current leadership and creative activities within the national or internationalmusic industry

    ·       Evidence of Commitment to teaching

    ·       Ability to maintain a regular and consistent presence on campus

    Desirable Qualifications:

    ·       Doctorate or other advanced degree

    ·       Experience in program development, especially related to music industry topics

    ·       Experience collaborating with or teaching in a university environment

    ·       Demonstrated success in recruitment

    THE SCHOOLThe School of Music Industry offers four undergraduate majors with more than 300 students. The School prepares aspiring musicians, producers, performers and executives for success in the entertainment industry, with degrees in Music Industry, Popular and Commercial Music, and Urban and Electronic Music Production.

    THE UNIVERSITYLoyola University New Orleans is a Jesuit Catholic University that educates diverse leaders dedicated to justice, compassion, service, and academic excellence. Consistent with our mission, we welcome candidates who demonstrate strong commitments to fostering inclusion and equity in a culturally diverse environment. Loyola University New Orleans is located in beautiful uptown New Orleans on Historic St. Charles Avenue across from Audubon Park.

    APPLICATIONThe initial application review will begin on December 1, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. Complete applications will include a letter of application addressing the leadership profile and qualifications, curriculum vitae, contact information for three references, and examples of scholarly and/or professional work. Materials are only accepted electronically as pdf attachments which may include links to online resources.

    For more information contact:

    Dr. Jeffrey Albert, Director

    School of Music Industry

    jvalbert@loyno.edu

    Send applications to:

    Ms. Martha Alguera

    School of Music Industry

    504-865-3894

    musicindustry@loyno.edu


  • 17 Dec 2019 10:49 AM | Communications Director MEIEA (Administrator)

    TEACHING AND PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

    The academic-year workload for full-time faculty is 24 workload hours and faculty must hold a minimum of five office hours per week on no fewer than three different days

    Teaching expectations include:

    Live Audio I (multiple sections)

    Live Audio 2 (possible multiple sections)

    Commercial Band

    History of Recording Industry

    Studio Recording

    Private Instrumental Lessons, and/or Songwriting

    Additional duties could include teaching of general education music courses or other courses related to the candidate's area of expertise and needs of the department and conducting classes through multifaceted teaching strategies for face-to-face classroom delivery and/or web-enhanced or web-based formats.

    Effectively teach students both in assigned courses and outside-the-classroom settings (e.g., student research, service learning, etc.), advise and mentor students, and carry out other assigned professional responsibilities in support of student learning and success.

    Advising:

    Hold a minimum of 5 office hours per week on no fewer than 3 days per week.

    Serve as advisor for approximately 25 Music Industry majors.

    Additional responsibilities include ongoing professional/scholarly activity and service to the department and university. Evidence of ability to teach diverse student populations. Additional teaching responsibilities may also include areas of expertise of the candidate or as needed by the department.

    Expectations include development and teaching of courses via distance education (online). The assignment may include evening and/or weekend classes and classes on and off the Millersville campus. Actual assignments will depend upon department needs. Faculty are expected, per the Collective Bargaining Agreement Article 4, to engage in professional responsibilities such as curriculum development and update; learning outcomes assessment for courses and programs; and participating in department, college, and university meetings and workshops.

    Effectively teach students both in assigned courses and outside-the-classroom settings (e.g., student research, service learning, etc.), advise students, and carry out other assigned professional responsibilities in support of student learning and success. The academic-year workload for full-time faculty is 24 workload hours and faculty must hold a minimum of five office hours per week on no fewer than three different days.

    Faculty are expected to develop and teach day, evening and/or weekend courses through multifaceted teaching strategies for face-to-face classroom delivery and/or web enhanced or web-based formats.

    Required Qualifications

    Master's degree in Music Technology, Live Audio or Music Engineering.

    Demonstrated ability to teach courses in music technology area including

    Live Audio 1

    Live Audio 2

    one of the following:

    Commercial Band

    History of Recording Industry

    Studio Recording

    ~ Songwriting

    Ability to:

    successfully integrate music technology into an academic curriculum. conduct classes through multifaceted teaching strategies for face-to-face classroom delivery and/or web enhanced or web-based formats.

    Evidence of:

    ability to teach diverse student populations.

    a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

    Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.

    Successful interview, teaching demonstration and three successful background checks: Act 34 (Criminal Record Check); Act 114 (FBI Federal Criminal History-Fingerprinting); and Act 151 (Child Abuse History Clearance).

    Preferred Qualifications

    Doctoral degree (ABD with doctorate required by the date of appointment) or equivalent in Music Technology, Live Audio, Music Engineering or related field for appointment as an Assistant Professor.

    Demonstrated ability to teach courses in the music technology area including computer applications in music production, synthesis & sampling, audio & music for video or a music business course

    Minimum of 3 years of related full-time professional experience in the field of Live Audio.

    Experience with advanced audio production software including the use of Pro Tools and Logic Pro.

    Full-time or part-time professional experience in the field of Live Audio.

    Evidence of scholarly activity or continued industry work in music technology.

    Experience with NASM requirements related to undergraduate degrees with an emphasis in Music Industry.

    Ability to teach studio lessons in one of the following areas- voice, percussion, guitar, keyboard and/or direct commercial bands.

    Demonstrated ability to teach general education courses in music, which could include, but are not limited to Music Appreciation and Popular Music.

    APPLICATION INFORMATION

    Contact: Barry Atticks - 717-871-7516

    Music Department

    Millersville University of Pennsylvania

    Phone: 717-871-4950 (Inquiries only)

    Online App. Form: https://jobs.millersville.edu/postings/8071


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