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Western Michigan University
Job Area: Brass
Job Title: Tuba/Euphonium
Rank: Asst. Professor
Serve as instructor of applied tuba and euphonium for both undergraduate and graduate students. Perform as part of the Western Brass Quintet. Maintain a record of performance and professional activities necessary for tenure. Recruitment and service appropriate for a university faculty member.
Doctorate required. (Masters degree with significant progress toward the doctorate or professional experience equivalent to doctoral work will be considered).Demonstrate excellence in, and commitment to, performance as both a solo and ensemble artist on the tuba. Demonstrated success as a teacher in both tuba and euphonium is required, preferably at the university level. Strong interpersonal, communication, and collaborative skills. Maintain an active career in his or her professionPossess strengths and interest in teaching other courses of the standard music curriculum. Possess experience and interests in teaching related supplementary areas such music technology, entrepreneurship, arts business, etc.
Start Date: August 2012
Application deadline: or until filled
Please apply on-line at www.wmich.edu/hr/careers-at-wmu.html. Your application will include: A cover letter highlighting qualifications, current curriculum vita, and three current letters of recommendation.
Please send 3 current letters of recommendation to: Electronically (Interfolio preferred): email@example.com OR by mail: David Colson, WMU School of Music, 1903 W Michigan Ave., Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5434.
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
I am excited to share that I have accepted the position at Northwest Missouri State University.
Tuba, Composition, Music Education
Asst. Professor of Low Brass
Northwest Missouri State University
Miraphone 186-5U CC
Meinl Weston 45-slp F
Pack a jacket, Kendall. Gets colder than Texas.
Christmas Duets!! Special offer for the holidays!
Here is another part-time position, but I think this one is a formality announcement.
Institution: Bowling Green State University
Location: Bowling Green, OH
Faculty - Fine and Applied Arts - Music
Application Due: 06/15/2012
The College of Musical Arts, Bowling Green State University, anticipates part-time positions in the following areas for the 2012-2013 academic year:
Music Performance Studies:
Applied Double Bass; Applied Harp; Applied Euphonium and Tuba; Applied Jazz Piano;
Applied Jazz Voice; Applied Oboe; Applied Organ; Applied Trombone; Applied Trumpet; Applied Violin; Applied Voice; Introductory Conducting; Jazz Combo; Steel Drum Ensemble; Marching Band Percussion
Music Theory; Aural Skills; Composition; Orchestration/Band Scoring/Choral Arranging; Music & Recording Technology; World Music; Gamelan Ensemble directing; Taiko Ensemble directing; Afro-Caribbean Ensemble directing; Music Appreciation
Reading Specialist to teach Reading in the Music Content Area; Student Teaching Supervision (general, band, orchestra, and choral); Group Piano
Applicants for the areas listed above should submit a letter indicating interest in and qualifications for your area(s) and a current curriculum vitae to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 15, 2012. Finalists will be asked to submit two current letters of recommendation and an official transcript showing the highest degree earned. BGSU requires finalists to have a background check.
Contact: Linda Szych
Bowling Green State University
Email Address: email@example.com
Euphonium! Specifically Euphonium!!! (Part-time, however.)
Institution: Rowan University
Location: Glassboro, NJ
Faculty - Fine and Applied Arts - Music
Application Due: 07/15/2012
Position: Adjunct - Euphonium Studio
The Rowan University Department of Music is seeking to fill a part-time Euphonium studio teaching position. This person will be responsible for teaching applied Euphonium lessons and contributing to recruiting efforts. Membership in faculty performing ensembles is also possible.
A graduate degree in music or equivalent is required.
Starting Date: September 1, 2012
For consideration please submit a cover letter and CV with the names of two references to Dr. Rick Dammers Chairperson, Department of Music, Rowan University, 201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro, NJ 08028 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of candidates will begin on July 1, 2012 and the closing date is July 15.
Interesting. I wonder what would prompt Mike Roylance to leave. Seemed like a very nice place and a good gig when I visited New Haven a couple of years ago.
Not sure, at the moment. Stephen Kunzer, the previous instructor left this past year, yet currently he is listed as adjunct on their faculty page.
I'll be sure to inform you if I hear any news about the position, though.
Hi, Steve and welcome to the OSU family. I was curious who was stepping into your spot out there...thanks for the update!
(If I'd realized you were on the forum I would have just PM'd you...)
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