Searches for academic positions in Piano, Piano Pedagogy, and Collaborative Piano in 2018-19. This page is for jobs that begin in 2019.
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- 1 Recent Activity on Piano Wiki 2018-19
- 2 Schools with Accepted Offers
- 3 Jobs for 2019
- 3.1 Austin Community College: Faculty, Music (Piano) (Deadline: 31 December 2018)
- 3.2 Benedictine College: Department Music Chair/Associate Professor (Deadline: 1 December 2018)
- 3.3 Bilkent University: Faculty position in Piano (Deadline: 14 December 2018)
- 3.4 Boston University: Assistant Professor of Music, Piano Performance (Deadline: 01 November 2018)
- 3.5 Bowling Green State University: Assistant or Associate Professor - Piano (Deadline: 19 November 2018)
- 3.6 Brigham Young University-Idaho: Music Full-time Faculty Piano (Deadline: 31 October 2018)
- 3.7 College of New Jersey: Adjunct Instructor of Keyboard Skills (Secondary Class Piano) (Deadline: Open until filled)
- 3.8 Colorado Christian University: Coordinator of Keyboard Studies/Professor of Piano (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 08 August 2018)
- 3.9 Davidson College: Artist Associate In Accompanying (Deadline: Open until filled)
- 3.10 Johns Hopkins University: Jazz Faculty: Piano for Fall 2019 (Deadline: 15 October 2018)
- 3.11 Penn State University: Assistant Professor (Artist/Teacher of Piano) (Deadline: 15 October 2018)
- 3.12 University of Chicago: Lecturer: Director of Chamber Music and Artist-in-Residence (keyboard) (Deadline: 25 June 2019) CANCELED
- 3.13 University of Chicago: Lecturer: Director of Chamber Music and Artist-in-Residence (keyboard) (Deadline: 23 August 2019)
- 3.14 University of Idaho: Assistant Professor of Jazz Piano (Deadline: 17 November 2018)
- 3.15 University of Idaho: Assistant Professor of Piano - Collaborative/Pedagogy (Deadline: 07 November 2018)
- 3.16 University of Mary Washington: Assistant Professor of Music Theory / Director of Keyboard Studies (Deadline: 15 November 2018)
- 3.17 University of Nevada, Reno: Lecturer, Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 19 October 2018)
- 3.18 University of North Carolina-Greensboro: Assistant Professor of Piano (Deadline: 01 October 2018)
- 3.19 University of Northern Iowa: Assistant Professor, Piano Pedagogy & Performance (Deadline: 02 November 2018)
- 3.20 University of Maryland Baltimore County: Assistant Professor of Music - Piano Performance (Deadline: 01 November 2018)
- 3.21 University of Missouri-Kansas City: Assistant, Associate, or Professor of Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 01 November 2018)
- 3.22 University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music: Artist/Teacher of Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 22 October 2018)
- 3.23 University of Texas at San Antonio: Assistant Professor of Music - Piano Pedagogy (Deadline: 15 October 2018)
- 3.24 Utah State University: Assistant or Associate Professor of Piano and Piano Pedagogy (Deadline: 10 November 2018)
- 3.25 Xavier University of Louisiana: Piano Artist in Residence/Teacher of Piano (Deadline: 7 January 2019)
- 4 Schools with Failed or Canceled Searches
- 5 General Discussion
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University: Name (Current Position [if applicable], DMA-GRANTING INSTITUTION, and year, if known)
University of Texas at San Antonio: Ivan Hurd (UTSA, University of Oklahoma, 2017)
University of Chicago: Clare Longendyke (Franklin College, INDIANA UNIVERSITY, 2020)
Jobs for 2019[edit | edit source]
Austin Community College: Faculty, Music (Piano) (Deadline: 31 December 2018)[edit | edit source]
- Job Summary: Responsible to prepare and deliver Piano Class and Other Music coursework in engaging, innovative, and discipline-appropriate ways that reflect a commitment to success equity, respect for diversity, an understanding of culturally responsive teaching, and knowledge of the teaching field. Meets professional standards for faculty in accordance with college policies and procedures.
- Required Education: Austin Community College welcomes all interested applicants who want to teach in a community college setting and engage with a diverse population of learners. Minimal education requirements are in accordance with Southern Association of College and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) requirements: Master's degree in Music or Music Education; OR Master's degree with 18 graduate hours in Music.
- Qualifications: Candidates must have a proven record of success in teaching Class piano and individual lessons, at the college and/or high school level. The successful candidate will possess the communication skills to interact with students of diverse backgrounds. Experience with appropriate music technology is desirable. Experience with organizing recitals and student music juries is a plus. Candidate should be familiar with the piano requirements at 4 year colleges and universities to guide students in meaningful studies that will enable them to transfer with the required piano competencies
- Document Requirements: When you apply using the official ACC eApply application, you will need to upload the following documents to your application:
- Cover letter - Explaining interest in the position.
- Curriculum Vitae or Resume - Your most recently updated C.V. or Resume.
- Include the following as part of your C.V. or Resume upload:
- Statement of teaching philosophy. Consider these questions as you develop your teaching philosophy statement:
- What are your values, beliefs, and goals related to teaching and learning?
- What will make you effective in the community college classroom?
- How does student identify in the classroom affect how you teach?
- Statement of past and/or potential contributions to diversity, equity and inclusion in the academic environment.
- Official transcripts and/or certifications will need to be sent directly from your institution to:
- ACC Highland Business Center
- Attention: E.B. Breedlove, Employment Manager
- 5930 Middle Fiskville Road, Austin, TX 78752
- Photocopies of transcripts and transcripts stamped "issued to student" are not accepted.
- Reference Requirements: 3 professional references required (contact information only)Benedictine College: Department Music Chair/Associate Professor
Benedictine College: Department Music Chair/Associate Professor (Deadline: 1 December 2018)[edit | edit source]
The Benedictine College Department of Music seeks a Chair at the rank of Associate Professor for a full-time, tenure-track position beginning in August 1, 2019. Duties of this position include the leadership of the department as chair; in addition, the successful candidate may also be responsible for teaching in applied piano, functional keyboard and other courses as appropriate to experience. The institution requires additional service on college committees. While keyboard and piano are preferred, the college will consider other area of expertise.
Applicants should submit a letter of application detailing your teaching philosophy, vitae, contact information for five references, and three letters of recommendation electronically to Mrs. Lois Niemann, Department of Music, Benedictine College at the following address: email@example.com. Applicants will be reviewed beginning immediately and will continue until December 1, 2018. Questions regarding this position should be directed to Mrs. Lois Niemann, Administrative Assistant at 913-360-7477 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benedictine College, which has a full-time undergraduate enrollment of approximately 1800 students, is a mission-centered academic community. Its mission as a Catholic, Benedictine, liberal arts, and residential college is the education of men and women within a community of faith and scholarship. Benedictine College provides a liberal arts education through academic programs based on a core of studies in the arts and sciences. In addition, the college provides education for careers through both professional courses of study and major programs in the liberal arts and sciences. As an essential element of its mission, Benedictine College fosters scholarship, independent research and performance in its students and faculty as a means of participating in and contributing to the broader world of learning. Additional information on Benedictine College is found on the college web page: www.benedictine.edu
Beyond disciplinary expertise, Benedictine College seeks faculty members eager to engage and support our mission. Application materials must discuss how you will contribute to the college’s Catholic, Benedictine liberal arts identity.
Benedictine College welcomes applications from candidates of all backgrounds. The College is committed to assuring equal opportunities in employment without regard to race, color, gender, marital status, national origin, age, disability or veteran status.
Bilkent University: Faculty position in Piano (Deadline: 14 December 2018)[edit | edit source]
- Bilkent University Department of Music in the Faculty of Music and Performing Arts invites applications for an open rank faculty position in piano effective September 2019. The position will be filled, depending upon qualifications, at a rank commensurate with experience. The successful candidate will be expected to primarily teach applied piano lessons to piano majors in the college and pre-college divisions.
- Responsibilities include:
- Teach a studio of solo piano students of all levels (age 6 to Bachelor’s degree)
- Supervise student recitals
- Teach chamber music courses
- Recruit and retain talented piano students
- Administrative duties and service on committees as assigned.
- Education Requirement: Master’s degree required. Doctorate degree or equivalent experience and training preferred.
- Required Qualifications: Must be able to interact with a diverse student and parent population and is dedicated to high quality training of young pianists. Must have substantial experience working with small children. The selected candidate will have had demonstrated success in teaching piano students of pre-collegiate students at all levels in individual and group settings.
- Applicants must upload a (i) cover letter, (ii) CV, and (iii) teaching statement. In addition candidates are required to provide contact details for at least three referees (candidates may also arrange for their reference letters to be sent directly to email@example.com). The application deadline is December 14th, Friday 2018.
Boston University: Assistant Professor of Music, Piano Performance (Deadline: 01 November 2018)[edit | edit source]
- Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Music seeks a piano teacher at the rank of Assistant Professor to join the Applied and Performance Studies faculty. This is a non-tenure track position.
- The successful candidate will possess a strong performance profile and college-level teaching experience in applied piano. Additional qualities for consideration include the candidate’s ability to coach chamber music, teach piano ensemble and/or accompaniment skills, show evidence of student/alumni success at the college level, and demonstrate administrative and leadership experience within an academic environment.
- The position requires teaching applied piano lessons to students in the undergraduate (BM) and graduate (MM, DMA) instrumental performance degree programs, as well as in the Performance Diploma and Artist Diploma programs. The successful candidate will show demonstrated excellence in solo as well as collaborative performance and display a vested interest and expertise in 20th and 21st century repertoires.
- Anticipated date of appointment: July 1, 2019.
- DO NOT APPLY THROUGH THE BOSTON UNIVERSITY HR WEBSITE.
- Qualified applicants should submit: Cover letter of application, Curriculum vitae including repertoire list, Contact information for three references who may be contacted, Three letters of recommendation sent directly from recommenders not listed as references.
- Selected candidates will be asked to provide a video-recording of 60-75 minutes of performance, including solo and collaborative repertoire in contrasting styles.
- Complete applications must be received no later than November 1, 2018. All materials should be sent to the Search Committee via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Rejection letter
- Skype interviews week of 11/26
- Finalists scheduled for January/February
Bowling Green State University: Assistant or Associate Professor - Piano (Deadline: 19 November 2018)[edit | edit source]
- Assistant/Associate Professor of Piano, Department of Music Performance Studies, College of Musical Arts, Bowling Green State University. Tenure-track faculty position available August 2019.
- Essential Duties, Tasks and Responsibilities: Responsibilities will include teaching undergraduate and graduate applied piano, coaching chamber music, undergraduate and graduate recruiting, advising, contributing to the artistic and intellectual life of the College and University. Other duties may be assigned by the Chair or Dean depending upon the needs of the Department of Music Performance Studies and the College of Musical Arts.
- Minimum Qualifications & Salary: Earned Ph.D. Three years of professional performing experience in all facets of piano performance (e.g. solo, chamber, collaborative, and contemporary music). Teaching experience at the collegiate level preferred.
- Credentials Required for Application
- 1. Cover letter indicating interest in and qualifications for the position
- 2. Curriculum vitae
- 3. Unofficial transcript of the highest degree attained
- 4. Three to five references including names and complete contact information
- 5. List of online or YouTube links to audio/video recordings of recent performances
- At a later date, finalists for the position will be asked to submit three current (dated within one year) original letters of recommendation, representative teaching and research/professional materials, and an original final transcript showing highest degree earned. Background check required for employment.
- Further Information: Questions concerning the search may be directed to Prof. Robert Satterlee, Piano Search Committee Chair (email@example.com).
- Phone interview conducted 2 weeks ago
- Skype interview conducted last week
- Any news?
- 4 finalists on campus through February and early March
- They hired the internal, so Happy Fake Search everyone! Make sure to talk about it at MTNA this weekend.
- And in this case, the internal had a strong advantage from the beginning. They liked him and had already decided the job would go to him unless he completely bombed the interview. Sometimes the accusation of Fake Search does not reflect reality, but this time it probably does.
Dear Car X Man: I totally understand and feel your frustration. As one of the four finalists, I was disappointed, frustrated and saddened when I knew that they hired the internal candidate. But Here are my thoughts: first of all, the internal guy must be a strong candidate, too. It's also unfair to totally ignore that. Secondly, the faculty members there are wonderful musicians and good people, too. It shows how nice they are to offer the job to him and not to kick him off the ship. If there are things to blame, it's the stupid law!!! Such a waste of time and energy for some many people.
Brigham Young University-Idaho: Music Full-time Faculty Piano (Deadline: 31 October 2018)[edit | edit source]
- Help fulfill the university’s mission by teaching students and providing content expertise in applied music lessons (piano) and teaching courses from the following areas: Piano Pedagogy, Collaborative Piano, Piano Literature, and Keyboard Harmony. Other duties may include, but are not limited to, instruction in core musicianship classes (Aural Skills and Theory), Music History / Literature and other music courses as needed. Assignments may include regular performances with Music Department colleagues and other music professionals on campus and elsewhere.
- Additional responsibilities include advising students and other department and university assignments. Qualified candidates must be fully supportive of and prepared to endorse the mission of the university and outcomes of the Department of Music. Throughout their careers, all BYU-Idaho faculty are expected to participate in teaching Foundations (general education) courses on a periodic basis. They are also expected to actively pursue professional development opportunities in learning and teaching and ongoing scholarly development within their discipline.
- Knowledge, Skills and Experience: Doctorate (or professional equivalent) in Piano Performance, Collaborative Piano, or Piano Pedagogy required. Candidates with doctorate in progress will also be given consideration. Applicants must have a demonstrated commitment to and evidence of excellence in performance, musicianship, and teaching.
- Anticipated Start Date: 8/27/2019
- CONFIDENTIAL LETTERS OF REFERENCE: The application system will email requests for letters following certification and submission of the application. Three reference letters are required through the confidential system upload.
- RESUME and CURRICULUM VITAE: A document in the resume section is required. The curriculum vitae section is optional. If only a curriculum vitae is attached, it must be attached in the required resume section.
- COVER LETTER: Letters may be addressed to: Faculty Selection Committee.
- TEACHING EVALUATIONS: Please use the “Other Document” option to attach your most recent Teaching Evaluation if you are, or have been, an educator.
- TRANSCRIPTS: Use unofficial transcripts ONLY; three transcript links are provided. Official transcripts WILL NOT upload properly due to their security features. If invited for a formal interview, final candidates will be required to provide an official transcript of their highest degree at that time.
- OTHER DOCUMENT SECTION: This optional section allows attachment of documents such as course evaluations (either student or peer), additional transcripts, etc.
- Campus visits week of February 4-8
College of New Jersey: Adjunct Instructor of Keyboard Skills (Secondary Class Piano) (Deadline: Open until filled)[edit | edit source]
- Job Start Date: 01/29/2019
- Job Type: Part Time/Temporary
- The College of New Jersey Department of Music is seeking a part-time adjunct Instructor of Keyboard Skills for the Spring 2019 semester.
- Minimum qualifications include an M.M. in piano pedagogy, music theory, and/or piano performance, as well as extensive experience (including as a TA) or strong potential in college-level Keyboard Skills (Secondary Class Piano) teaching.
- Keyboard Skills I (MUS 111-04) will meet on TCNJ’s campus in Ewing, NJ on Mondays and Thursdays between 8:00 and 9:20 AM, starting on January 29, 2019 until May 10, excluding the spring break week of March 18. There will be a Final Exam during the Finals Week (May 11–21), of which the specific date and time will be announced by the College at a later time.
- The textbook (Alfred’s Group Piano for Adults, Book 1), syllabus, handouts, and lesson plans are shared by the other sections of the same course and will be provided. Compensation is commensurate with the College’s standard adjunct instructor fee. Eligibility to work in the United States is required.
- The review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a letter of interest and current CV with a list of three references and their contact information. Please do not submit any additional materials, such as audio or video recordings or teaching evaluations at this time. Further questions may be directed to Dr. Tomoko Kanamaru, Associate Professor, Keyboard Area Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that there will be no travel (gas and toll)/moving cost reimbursement or working visa support attached to this position.
Colorado Christian University: Coordinator of Keyboard Studies/Professor of Piano (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 08 August 2018)[edit | edit source]
- The School of Music at Colorado Christian University is currently seeking applicants for the position of Professor of Piano and Coordinator of Keyboard Studies. Along with performance excellence and proven strong traditional pedagogical technique, the successful candidate should be technologically savvy, have knowledge and experience in contemporary keyboard use and the use of the keyboard in evangelical worship, the ability to teach collaborative piano, chord comping and improvisation, and coach chamber music ensembles as needs arise. Faculty rank will be determined based upon experience and education.
- Faculty members of Colorado Christian University (CCU) teach assigned courses for which they are highly qualified within the College of Undergraduate Studies (CUS). Each faculty member uses effective instruction techniques as a subject matter expert, but their primary responsibility is to integrate field-specific pedagogies with the Holy Bible and their personal experience with Jesus Christ. They are also expected to integrate and teach CCU’s spiritual, academic, and cultural Strategic Priorities.
- Other duties are to support the mission and vision of CCU. This may include actively participating in committee/task force/team meetings, writing curriculum, reporting on assessments/outcomes, advancing scholarship, engaging with the community, supporting colleagues, or doing other work assigned by the dean. Faculty members are expected to keep regular office hours to engage with students and assist them with their academics or other activities that support the University’s holistic approach.
- This position begins July 1, 2019.
- Duties and Responsibilities
- Teach piano lessons and beginning class piano, including creation of syllabi, grading rubrics, and communicating requirements/deadlines to all piano students.
- Supervise part-time piano instructors, including hiring, orientation, assignment of students to teachers, scheduling of piano lessons, and dealing with teacher/student relationships.
- Oversee the maintenance of the pianos and keyboards in the music building, including communication with the tuner/technician as well as planning the tuning and maintenance schedule each year.
- Recruit piano students, working with Admissions to contact new students and hear piano auditions of prospective students.
- Monitor the performance expectations of piano majors, including supervising sectional recitals for pianists, and overseeing the required half and full recitals.
- Oversee and administer the Piano Proficiency Test, which is given to all music majors and minors.
- Liaison with the local and state piano teaching community (local music teacher associations, CSMTA, etc.)
- Assist the Dean, the Instrumental Coordinator, and the Vocal Coordinator in hiring and supervising accompanists for the choirs, voice students, and instrumental students.
- Serve on University and School of Music committees as needed.
- Perform and accompany at University events as needed
- Write the assessment reports on Piano Proficiency
- Teach Piano Pedagogy and Piano Literature when needed
- Additional teaching responsibilities as needed.
- Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- A terminal degree in a related field from an accredited college/university is preferred; master’s degree is required (doctoral level preferred). Each faculty member must be considered highly qualified as outlined by the University’s accreditation and academic standards.
- Three or more years of successful teaching experience in a college or university is preferred, with a proven track record of student learning and engagement through previous classroom evaluations by students, faculty, and administration.
- Superior oral, interpersonal, and written communication skills.
- Passionate about Christ-centered higher education and dedicated to the integration of faith and learning in their field. Deeply committed to student success.
- Proficient in appropriate Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and able to use appropriate software/technology (Blackboard) in the learning environment.
- Committed to learning new ideas for classroom presentations and dynamic class interactions to engage student learning in a meaningful way consistent with the University’s mission.
- Nature of Work Environment: While performing the duties of this job, you may be required to walk, stand, sit, reach with hands and arms, balance, stoop, speak with clarity, and have appropriate vision and hearing capabilities. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. The employee may work occasional irregular hours, including some nights and weekends. Regular public presentations to students, parents, and external constituents required. Colorado Christian University expects all faculty and staff to become a part of the University community by participating in activities and events that occur on the campus throughout the year, which may occur during evenings and weekends.
- Spiritual Requirements:
- Committed follower of Jesus Christ, who believes there is no salvation apart from faith in his atonement on the cross, by grace alone becoming "born again" thus beginning a personal relationship with Christ, the Son of God.
- Able to effectively communicate personal faith and apply biblical principles and convictions in the workplace. Must have a strong sense of calling to the ministry of Colorado Christian University.
- Regularly attend and be engaged in meaningful involvement in a Bible-believing evangelical local church. Knowledgeable about the Word of God and passionate about Christian education.
- Must be a traditional evangelical Christian whose lifestyle is in consonance with sound Christian principles, is compatible with CCU’s Statement of Faith, and is in agreement with the Strategic Objectives promulgated by the University.
- Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Colorado Christian University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, ancestry, sex, age, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status. CCU is committed to an environment free from discrimination and harassment and calls on every member of the university community to be vigilant in deterring and reporting all violations. CCU does reserve the right to exercise preference on the basis of religion in all of its employment practices. All employees who work at CCU must demonstrate a spiritual testimony consistent with our evangelical mission and follow our lifestyle expectations.
- rejection letter 8/24
- Additional materials requested
Davidson College: Artist Associate In Accompanying (Deadline: Open until filled)[edit | edit source]
- The Artist Associate in Accompanying serves as the accompanist for the Davidson College Chorale, the Choral Arts Society, and the Davidson Singers in rehearsals and performances, including tours and any off-campus performances. Additional duties include accompanying student performers in lessons, voice repertoire hours, chamber music, juries, and recitals; accompanying for scholarship competitions and concerto competitions, departmental faculty on-campus performances, and master classes.
- How to apply: This is a full-time, non-tenure track, non-faculty appointment with benefits. Submit applications electronically at http://employment.davidson.edu. Upload a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, and a list of professional references. A Master’s degree in Piano Performance, Piano Pedagogy, or Collaborative Piano is required; a DMA degree is preferred. A competency in organ is highly desirable. The position requires a high level of keyboard skills, including ensemble accompanying, sight-reading from short and open scores. Knowledge of the standard repertoire and composers, especially in the vocal and choral areas, is essential.
- Advertised: 25 Sep 2018 Eastern Daylight Time
Johns Hopkins University: Jazz Faculty: Piano for Fall 2019 (Deadline: 15 October 2018)[edit | edit source]
- The Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University invites applications and nominations for a full-time faculty position in Jazz Piano to begin in the fall semester 2019.
- Responsibilities include:
- Building and teaching a studio of undergraduate piano majors
- Teaching classes in the Jazz Studies Department appropriate to the candidate’s areas of expertise. These areas should include, but not be limited to, Jazz Arranging, Jazz theory, Jazz Ear-Training and Jazz ensemble instruction.
- Contributing to the musical life of the Peabody Conservatory including participating in recruitment, auditions, juries, and recitals.
- Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be an exceptional artist and teacher, versed in a wide range of repertoire and style, jazz composition, jazz performance specifically in the modern era of jazz, Afro-Latin Jazz composition and performance, and capable by reputation of recruiting high-quality students. Artist-teachers who have both performing and teaching experience should apply as should exceptional candidates at earlier stages of their performing and/or teaching careers.
- Application Instructions: Nominations and letters of application, accompanied by a resume, three letters of recommendation, and supporting materials (e.g. performance recordings in the form of mp3 files or links as appropriate) should be submitted through the Interfolio website.
- The review of applications will begin on October 15, 2018.
Penn State University: Assistant Professor (Artist/Teacher of Piano) (Deadline: 15 October 2018)[edit | edit source]
- Assistant Professor, tenure-track.
- Teach studio piano to undergraduate and graduate piano majors; teach undergraduate and graduate piano literature courses; supervise student recitals and monographs; perform as a soloist and chamber musician with colleagues; and participate in the academic life of the School of Music. It is expected that the successful candidate will maintain an active and highly visible regional, national, and international performance and outreach (i.e. master-class/workshop/adjudication) schedule that will recruit excellent pianists to the school.
- Requirements: Doctorate in Music is required; Professional performance experience in solo and collaborative endeavors, and two years of successful college-level teaching experience preferred.
- Start Date: Fall semester, August 2019. Upload letter of application, curriculum vitae, names and contact information for at least three letters of reference and a list of links to recordings of 30 minutes of solo repertoire plus optional chamber or concerto recordings.
- Screening of applications will begin on October 15, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled. Candidates should be prepared to submit when requested, additional materials documenting teaching effectiveness, which may include teaching videos. Questions may be directed to Lea Ann Bloom, Assistant to the Director, email@example.com.
- References contacted 11/17/18 x 3
- 12/14 Skype interview x2
- 3 Finalists interviewed in February
- Failed search
University of Chicago: Lecturer: Director of Chamber Music and Artist-in-Residence (keyboard) (Deadline: 25 June 2019) CANCELED[edit | edit source]
The University of Chicago Department of Music seeks a part-time Lecturer in Chamber Music (keyboard) to serve as Director of Chamber Music and Artist-in-Residence.
Reports to: Director of Performance Programs
- Duties: coordinate and oversee the Department's well-established chamber-music program, which functions as an integral part of the comprehensive Musical Performance Program; coach chamber music ensembles and advanced piano students on a regular basis; coordinate coaching assignments for other part-time performance faculty; offer at least one major concert (solo recital or concerto performance) on campus each season, as well as occasional informal recitals, as appropriate to the Artist-in-Residence status of the position; coach musicianship skills and oversee musicianship exams for graduate students in the Department of Music. Additional duties include minor committee service (for annual music lesson awards, biennial concerto competition, and minimal extra projects).
The successful candidate will work within a large, well-established co-curricular performance program at the University of Chicago, which involves over 700 talented young musicians (most of whom are not music majors) in eighteen different performance ensembles and programs. The appointed candidate will work closely with the Director of Performance Programs and Director of Chamber Music on future planning and strategic development of the Chamber Music Program.
Qualifications Requisite Qualifications: M.M. required; D.M.A. strongly preferred. Other required qualifications include: outstanding record of performance of solo piano repertoire, from common practice through contemporary periods; significant experience in chamber music performance, as well as broad knowledge of chamber music repertoire; evidence of successful student coaching at an undergraduate level. A strong academic background in music history and theory is preferred, as well as understanding of the precepts of a broad liberal arts education. Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.
The successful candidate will be appointed at the rank of Lecturer, and the position requires approximately 2/3 time commitment, October through May. This position is benefits eligible.
- Application Instructions
Application: Candidates must submit the following materials through interfolio at the link, apply.interfolio.com/63310
- Letter of application
- Current curriculum vitae
- List of major solo and chamber music repertoire performed in public
- Links to two recent recordings (one of standard 19th-century repertoire; one selection of candidate’s choice)
- On-campus interviews and auditions to be scheduled in late June or early July 2019. No materials will be accepted after June 25, 2019.
- Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
The University of Chicago is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/Disabled/Veterans Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, status as an individual with a disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or other protected classes under the law. For additional information please see the University's Notice of Nondiscrimination.
Job seekers in need of a reasonable accommodation to complete the application process should call 773-702-1032 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with their request.
- 7/24 Search canceled for technical reasons. See below for re-posted job.
University of Chicago: Lecturer: Director of Chamber Music and Artist-in-Residence (keyboard) (Deadline: 23 August 2019)[edit | edit source]
- Open Date: July 24, 2019
- Reports to: Director of Performance Programs
- Duties: coordinate and oversee the Department's well-established and growing Chamber Music Program, which functions as an integral part of the Department’s comprehensive Musical Performance Program; coach mixed chamber music ensembles and advanced piano students on a regular basis, in preparation for their participation in Chamber Music Program performances on campus and in the community; coordinate related coaching assignments for other part-time performance faculty (including lecturers in violin and cello), and for occasional guest clinicians and guest ensembles; offer at least one major concert (solo recital, chamber music, or concerto performance) on campus each season, as well as occasional informal recitals, as appropriate to the Artist-in-Residence status of the position; coach musicianship skills and design and oversee quarterly musicianship exams (including aural dictation, sight-reading, score-reduction, clefs, figured bass, and transposition) for graduate students in the Department of Music. Additional duties include minor committee services (for annual music lesson awards, biennial concerto competition, and occasional extra projects as needed). Continued pursuit of outside performance opportunities, both in the Chicago area and beyond, is strongly encouraged.
- The successful candidate will work within a large, well-established co-curricular performance program at the University of Chicago, which involves over 700 talented young musicians (most of whom are not music majors) in eighteen different performance ensembles and programs. The appointed candidate will work closely with the Director of Performance Programs on future planning and strategic development of the Chamber Music Program, and on special projects involving chamber music students.
- Qualifications; Requisite Qualifications: M.M. required; D.M.A. strongly preferred. Other required qualifications include: outstanding record of performance of solo piano repertoire, from common practice through contemporary periods; significant experience in chamber music performance, as well as broad knowledge of chamber music repertoire, from Classical through contemporary eras; evidence of successful solo and ensemble coaching, particularly at the undergraduate level and with students of varied skill levels. A strong academic background in music history and theory is preferred, as well as a keen understanding of the precepts of a broad liberal arts education. Interest and experience in contemporary music strongly preferred. Record of successful recording projects featuring both solo and chamber repertoire preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.
- The successful candidate will be appointed at the rank of Lecturer with a 12-month contract, expected to begin on September 1, 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter. The position requires an approximately 2/3 time commitment during the regular academic year, which consists of three 11-week quarters, October through mid-June. This position is benefits eligible.
- Application: Candidates must submit the following materials through interfolio at the link: apply.interfolio.com/65908
- Letter of application
- Current curriculum vitae
- List of major solo and chamber music repertoire performed in public
- Links to two recent recordings (one of standard 19th-century repertoire; one selection of candidate’s choice)
- Review of applications will begin on August 23, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled or the posting is closed.
University of Idaho: Assistant Professor of Jazz Piano (Deadline: 17 November 2018)[edit | edit source]
- The Lionel Hampton School of Music invites applications for a 9-month, tenure track, Assistant Professor of Jazz Piano, which will begin August 2019. Responsibilities will include directing a jazz band, teaching jazz related courses (Improvisation & Rehearsal Techniques), coaching Jazz combos, advising students, and other duties as assigned based on the strengths of this candidate and departmental needs.
- Minimum Qualifications:
- Doctorate in Music from an accredited institution.
- Record of success as a teacher of applied jazz piano.
- Record of success as a jazz ensemble director.
- Evidence of performance ability at a professional level.
- Preferred Qualifications: Evidence of successful instruction at the collegiate level. Ability to teach other courses depending on candidates experience and needs of the department. Ability to interact effectively with colleagues. Record of success teaching other jazz courses.
University of Idaho: Assistant Professor of Piano - Collaborative/Pedagogy (Deadline: 07 November 2018)[edit | edit source]
- The Lionel Hampton School of Music is hiring a tenure track assistant professor of Piano, collaborative/pedagogy starting August 2019. Duties include teaching individual instruction for piano majors and minors, and piano studio classes such as: Piano Pedagogy, Class Piano for non-piano majors, Collaborative Piano. (Teaching assignments are subject to change and will be based on LHSOM needs and enrollments.)
- Pay Range: $55,000 or commensurate with experience and market
- Minimum Qualifications: Doctorate in Music from an accredited institution. ABD will be considered if degree requirements are completed by August 2019. Record of success as a class piano and piano studio teacher. Evidence of performance ability (solo and chamber music) at a professional level.
- Preferred Qualifications: Evidence of successful instruction at the collegiate level. Demonstrated ability to recruit and retain students. Ability to interact with private piano teachers and prospective students through such activities as workshops, festivals, master classes, and adjudications. Ability to interact effectively with colleagues. Demonstrated success and ability to teach in other teaching and/or research areas to augment the existing curriculum and faculty, depending on experience and needs of the department.
- Required documents for application: curriculum vitae (pdf); letter of qualification that specifically addresses the minimum and preferred qualifications (pdf); names and contact information for three references (pdf); under the Other Document tab, please provide online links (audio or video) to recent performance examples. And if available, also include online links to recent video(s) of teaching.
- In addition to completing the online application, please arrange for letters of reference from three additional references to be emailed to Patti Heath at email@example.com, or mailed to:
- Patti Heath, Search Coordinator
- Lionel Hampton School of Music
- University of Idaho
- 875 Perimeter Drive, MS 4015
- Moscow, ID 83844-4015
- Please contact Patti Heath at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-885-6233 with any questions.
University of Mary Washington: Assistant Professor of Music Theory / Director of Keyboard Studies (Deadline: 15 November 2018)[edit | edit source]
- The University of Mary Washington invites applications for a tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of Music Theory / Director of Keyboard Studies to begin on August 16, 2019. A completed doctorate in Music Theory is required by the start date, as well as advanced keyboard study and an additional strong area of teaching expertise. Highly qualified candidates will be able to demonstrate dedication to effective teaching and mentoring in an inclusive environment that embraces diverse talents and backgrounds.
- The primary duties of this position are:
- Teaching—Teach all or the bulk of the music theory sequence for majors (three semesters, each with corequisite aural skills courses), and some combination of the following: other theory electives for music majors and minors; a non-major theory course within the general education curriculum; applied piano (or organ) or class piano; coaching of chamber (or other) ensembles.
- Scholarship—Remain active in the discipline in research and/or performance, in particular mentoring undergraduate research and performance projects.
- Service—Supervise placement of students into appropriate keyboard study; collaborate departmental colleagues in curricular development and initiatives; serve as academic advisor to students; serve on college and institutional committees as appointed or elected.
- Required Qualifications: A completed doctorate in Music Theory is required by the start date, as well as advanced keyboard study and an additional strong area of teaching expertise.
- Salary Range: $52,000 - $56,000
- Special Instructions for Applicant: Only applications submitted through the https://careers.umw.edu/ site will be considered. Applicants should submit: 1) a University of Mary Washington faculty employment application, 2) letter of application, 3) CV, 4) unofficial graduate transcripts, 5) a sample of their scholarly work, 6) a performance portfolio, and 7) three letters of reference. The performance portfolio should include a pdf document of not more than 10 pages with any of the following: repertoire lists, concert programs, press reviews or the like; and 1-2 short audio-visual files of performances and/or rehearsals (not studio recordings). Completed applications must be received by 11:59pm on Nov. 15, 2018. Please direct questions to search chair Brooks Kuykendall (email@example.com). Campus interviews will include some sort of performance component as well as classroom teaching and research presentation.
- Additional Applicant Instructions: The University of Mary Washington accepts only completed online application and related materials. Faxed, mailed, or emailed applications or documentation will not be considered. Employment offers are contingent upon the successful completion of criminal background checks. If accommodations are requested either before or at the time of the interview, please contact the Recruitment Office at 540-654-1238.
University of Nevada, Reno: Lecturer, Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 19 October 2018)[edit | edit source]
- The Department of Music at the University of Nevada, Reno is hiring a part-time (75%) non-tenure track Lecturer, Collaborative Piano with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2019 and we invite experienced educator/performers to apply.
- Primary responsibilities: Provide regular coaching for Masters and Doctoral Voice students; prepare and perform undergraduate and graduate degree recitals as assigned; provide accompaniment in applied lessons for advanced undergrad and graduate voice students; provide accompaniment for monthly voice area recitals.
- Required Qualifications: Master’s degree in music performance. Broad knowledge of the vocal repertoire including operatic, art song and oratorio. Extensive knowledge of foreign languages. Ability to coach vocalists.
- Preferred Qualifications: Doctorate in music performance
- Contact Information for this position: Search Chair – firstname.lastname@example.org, Search Coordinator – email@example.com
- Required Attachment(s): Please attach the following documents to your application. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, the day you apply, if assistance is needed with attachments.
- 1. Resume/CV
- 2. A cover letter of application
- 3. Contact information for three professional references
- 4. Brief statement (one page maximum) about how you would contribute toward our mission of creating a culturally diverse and inclusive environment in the role of which you are applying
- Posting Close Time: This posting will close at 12:00 am on the date listed below. The posting will no longer be available to apply to after 11:59 pm the day prior.
- Posting Close Date: 10/19/2018
University of North Carolina-Greensboro: Assistant Professor of Piano (Deadline: 01 October 2018)[edit | edit source]
- The UNCG School of Music seeks a a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Piano. Position start date is August 1, 2019.
- ABD in Piano Performance or Piano Pedagogy is required for consideration; completed Doctorate in Piano or Piano Pedagogy is preferred. Candidates will provide evidence of successful teaching experience in applied piano at the collegiate level, as well as evidence of experience teaching related courses at the collegiate level if available. In addition to teaching applied piano at the undergraduate and graduate levels, the successful candidate will supervise and teach courses related to the Piano Pedagogy program, both for the MM in Piano Pedagogy and within the undergraduate curriculum, and will coordinate the class piano program. Other interests and qualifications are welcome and may enable participation in additional areas of teaching, such as collaborative piano, historical keyboard instruction, keyboard harmony, and/or piano literature. The position also requires engagement in significant creative activities and/or research, such as prominent performances or publications, as well as participation in recruitment and normal faculty governance service activities. The ideal candidate will exhibit an interest in developing a comprehensive musical awareness in all students and an understanding of how to work effectively with faculty colleagues to enhance the offerings of a dynamic School of Music.
- Minimum Qualifications: ABD in Piano Performance or Piano Pedagogy, Teaching experience in applied piano at the collegiate level
- Preferred Qualifications: Doctoral degree in Piano Performance or Piano Pedagogy, Experience teaching related courses at the collegiate level
- Special Instructions to Applicants: Applicants are required to upload the following items:
- 1. Cover Letter
- 2. Curriculum Vitae
- 3. Applicants are asked to provide the names, email addresses, and phone numbers of at least three (3) contacts to provide Letters of Recommendation, in the References section of the electronic application. These contacts will be solicited by the UNCGjobsearch system via email, and asked to provide a confidential Letter of Recommendation on behalf of the applicant. This will occur as soon as the applicant successfully submits the application and receives a confirmation number from the UNCGjobsearch system. The search committee may wish to contact these references for additional information, as well.
- 4. Links to three recent performances within the past three years (videos are preferred)
- 5. Unofficial academic transcripts
- (OPTIONAL): You may upload syllabi, other teaching documents, or additional video link (upload as OTHER DOCUMENTS)
- For application assistance, please contact email@example.com.
University of Northern Iowa: Assistant Professor, Piano Pedagogy & Performance (Deadline: 02 November 2018)[edit | edit source]
- Salary: $49,000.00 - $51,500.00
- The University of Northern Iowa's College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Music in Piano Pedagogy and Performance. The primary responsibilities of this position include managing group piano curriculum as taught by other faculty and graduate assistants and teaching in the sequence as needed; teaching piano pedagogy courses to undergraduate and graduate students; and coordinating piano proficiency requirements for all music majors in the School of Music. Additional responsibilities include developing strategies and implementing recruiting efforts to attract outstanding pianists, including graduate students interested in piano pedagogy, both nationally and internationally; providing individual applied instruction to undergraduate students in piano beyond proficiency; collaborating in performance with students or fellow faculty-artists; and additional duties dependent upon School of Music needs and applicant’s area(s) of expertise. The successful candidate will maintain an active portfolio of scholarly research/creative activities and service, including performances and/or presentations at nationally and internationally recognized conferences and conventions.
- Education Requirements: Earned doctoral degree in Piano Pedagogy by August 26, 2019.
- Required Qualifications: The required qualifications include recognition for excellence as a pedagogue and record of professional activity in the field of piano pedagogy; demonstrated skills in the areas of piano performance; and a minimum of three years of experience at the collegiate level as a group piano or studio teacher, pianist/collaborator, or keyboard graduate assistant.
- Desirable Qualifications: Experience teaching graduate coursework in piano pedagogy.
- Phone interview early November. Any updates?
University of Maryland Baltimore County: Assistant Professor of Music - Piano Performance (Deadline: 01 November 2018)[edit | edit source]
- The Department of Music at UMBC seeks an Assistant Professor (full-time, tenure track) in Piano Performance, to begin August 23, 2019. As an active performer, this individual will be responsible for teaching and successfully recruiting piano performance majors, with additional teaching, advising, and service responsibilities assigned based on candidate expertise and departmental needs.
- The successful applicant will be an active performer who is experienced in classical and contemporary art music, but who may have expertise in musics of other cultural traditions that reflect the candidate’s areas of interest and abilities. Demonstrated excellence in teaching piano is required. This individual will be a skilled soloist and chamber musician, and will perform with the faculty contemporary ensemble Ruckus as well as in other faculty chamber music performances. A secondary research area is not required, but may include composition, conducting, or music history or theory. Applicants who demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion by way of teaching, performing, publishing, or volunteer experiences are urged to submit an application.
- Salary competitive. Doctorate preferred, or M.M. with equivalent performance experience required; successful teaching of undergraduate level students or equivalent graduate training is desired. Applicant should send a current CV; a cover letter detailing qualifications and addressing the candidate’s academic, professional, and teaching preparedness; and current contact information for three references. Additionally, all candidates must submit a separate statement addressing their capacity to respond in pedagogically productive ways to the learning needs of students from diverse backgrounds. Additional materials may be requested at a later date.
- For best consideration, please submit all application materials by November 1, 2018 via Interfolio (apply.interfolio.com/51596 ). Applications will be accepted until filled. For questions, please contact Dr. Lisa Cella, Search Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Additional materials requested (December).
University of Missouri-Kansas City: Assistant, Associate, or Professor of Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 01 November 2018)[edit | edit source]
- Job Description: Serve as a member of the piano faculty, providing leadership in curricular offerings in collaborative piano and chamber music; administer and coordinate the Conservatory chamber music program and instrumental area collaborative piano assignments; teach academic courses in chamber music and collaborative piano; teach additional courses related to individual expertise (e.g., applied piano, keyboard literature, etc.); contribute to recruitment efforts of the keyboard studies area; maintain a national/international profile as a pianist and/or scholar; collaborate musically and artistically, both within and outside of the university; contribute to the performance, academic, and service environments characteristic of a Conservatory within a university; enrich the cultural environment of the Kansas City metropolitan community; participate actively in the intellectual life of the Conservatory and university by serving on graduate and faculty committees, as well as engaging in other Conservatory activities
- Minimum Qualifications: Demonstrated successful and innovative experience teaching collaborative piano and chamber music, preferably in a university setting; significant professional experience and reputation at the national/international level as a collaborative pianist and chamber musician; demonstrated ability to attract quality undergraduate and graduate students; strong commitment to teaching and mentorship; doctoral degree in performance, or equivalent professional experience.
- Full-time, Benefit Eligible. This is a 9-month academic appointment beginning Academic Year 2019 (September 1, 2019, though must be avaialble when classes start on August 19, 2019).
- Application Deadline: Review of application materials will begin November 1, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled.
- Application Instructions: Application form, application letter, curriculum vitae (including educational background, previous academic appointments, and artistic credentials), and recordings of recent performances including collaborations with instrumentalists and large-scale chamber works.
- SUPPORTING MATERIALS: Please have three references send confidential letters to Jennifer Burrus (email@example.com) or to:
- Collaborative Piano Search
- UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance
- 417 Olson PAC
- 4949 Cherry Street
- Kansas City, MO 64110
University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music: Artist/Teacher of Collaborative Piano (Deadline: 22 October 2018)[edit | edit source]
- The Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester invites nominations and applications for a full-time, tenure-track position as Artist Teacher in Collaborative Piano and Director of the MM and DMA Degree Programs in Piano Accompanying and Chamber Music, beginning fall semester 2019. Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience. The candidate should have a distinguished career as a collaborative pianist on a national or international level, with significant experience teaching graduate collaborative pianists as well as administrative expertise.
- Responsibilities: Teach a full studio class in addition to courses in collaborative piano (for example, Sonata-Duo Repertoire; Pedagogy of Accompanying). Administrative responsibility for all collaborative piano services at Eastman. Supervise and mentor the graduate assistants who are coaching and accompanying in all departments of the school.
- Review of applications begins October 22, 2018. To receive full consideration, please submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, names and contact information from three prominent performer/teacher references, and audio recordings of collaborative work (30–90 minutes) to CollaborativePianoSearch@esm.rochester.edu. Upon request, candidates may be asked to submit additional materials.
- Finalists scheduled.
- Who won the job? Andrew Harley
University of Texas at San Antonio: Assistant Professor of Music - Piano Pedagogy (Deadline: 15 October 2018)[edit | edit source]
- The Department of Music at the University of Texas at San Antonio seeks qualified applicants for an Assistant Professor of Music position in the area of Piano Pedagogy.
- Required: Doctorate in Piano Pedagogy and/or Piano Performance. ABD candidates will only be considered if they meet the above qualifications, in addition to being awarded their degree prior to position effective date.
- Prior experience teaching both pedagogy and class piano at the university level, and professional activity in the field of piano pedagogy.
- Record of successful teaching in the studio and classroom, experience coordinating curriculum and technology for group piano program. Record of curriculum development, and potential for student recruitment.
- Primary responsibilities involve oversight of the Master of Music in Pedagogy and Performance degree, teaching courses in the undergraduate and graduate pedagogy curriculum, and coordinating the group piano program for the department. Additional duties may include applied lessons and other keyboard-related courses commensurate with candidate’s qualifications and background.
- Note 1: Applicants must submit the following items electronically using the UTSA Jobs website https://jobs.utsa.edu: A letter of application, Curriculum vitae, List with the name, email address, postal address and number of 3 references, Do not submit other supportive materials at the time of the initial application.
- Note 2: For additional information contact Dr. Kasandra Keeling, Piano Pedagogy Search Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Note 3: Review of completed applications will begin on October 15, 2018 and continue through October 30, 2018.
* The chair of the search commitee requested videos and writting samples to be submitted by November 25, 2018.
Does anyone knows if this in in fact an internal position? There is an internal temporary appointee who is finishing his DMA. I believe the search has already gone to on campus interviews. Who are the candidates? Um, this is not the place to post candidates' names, hahaha. Some parts of the search should remain relatively anonymous, out of respect to those interviewing.
Utah State University: Assistant or Associate Professor of Piano and Piano Pedagogy (Deadline: 10 November 2018)[edit | edit source]
- The Utah State University Music Department invites applications for a full-time, academic year (9 months) Assistant or Associate Professor in the Department of Music as Master Teacher of Piano and Piano Pedagogy. This is a full-time tenure-track or tenured position.
- Starting Date: August 1, 2019
- Responsibilities: Primary responsibilities include working with the head of the Department of Music, Piano Program faculty colleagues, and dean of the Caine College of the Arts to define and implement a vision for the piano program at Utah State University and teaching individual piano instruction, piano literature, and piano pedagogy classes. It is expected that the successful candidate will maintain an active regional and national performance and outreach (i.e. master-class/workshop/adjudication) schedule that will recruit excellent pianists to the school. Additional duties may include teaching other courses reflecting the background/training/education of the individual and the needs of the department.
- Minimum Qualifications: Doctorate in piano or piano pedagogy is required. The successful candidate will have at least three years of successful teaching experience in piano, piano literature, and/or piano pedagogy at the university level and will possess an engaging teaching manner and outstanding interpersonal skills.
- Required Documents (The names and contact information of 3 references will be collected during the application process): Cover Letter, Resume/CV, Transcript
- Other Required document types/Special Instructions to Applicants: Provide Internet links to your most recent piano performance videos: (a) Solo Performance, including at least one solo selection from the Baroque or Classical era and at least one solo selection from the Romantic or Contemporary era. Single movements are permissible; and (b) A Collaborative Performance of Piano Accompanying and/or Chamber Music.
- References contacted 1-10-19
- Any news? Cahill Smith
Xavier University of Louisiana: Piano Artist in Residence/Teacher of Piano (Deadline: 7 January 2019)[edit | edit source]
The Department of Music invites applicants for a Tenure-Track nine-month appointment as an Artist in Residence and Teacher of Piano. Successful applicants must have a doctorate or distinguished professional profile in piano/accompanying or distinguished in professional experience, such as university/conservatory teaching and/or significant professional experience in a major performing venue. In addition, successful applicants must have demonstrated excellence as a collaborative artist in both vocal and instrumental repertoire. Commitment in preparing students for a collaborative career in music is desirable.
Founded in 1925 by Saint Katharine Drexel and the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, XULA is Catholic and historically Black. Located in New Orleans, the mission of the University is to contribute to the promotion of a more just and humane society by preparing its students to assume roles of leadership and service in a global society.
Other responsibilities include:
- Studio instruction for undergraduate piano majors;
- Coordinating aspects of the accompanying program and participating in on-and-off campus performances as accompanist for faculty and student recitals;
- Participation in student recruiting, auditions, recital hearings, recitals and committees;
- Teach other classes as determined by the needs of the department and the qualifications and interests of the successful candidate; and
- Creative/scholarly activity, and service contributions as appropriate for a university faculty member.
Application procedures: Log in to our online system at: https://jobs.xula.edu. Attach a letter of application (addressed to Dr. Timothy Turner, Search Committee Chair), a recent CD and/or DVD recording of representative repertoire (indicating dates of performance), statement of teaching philosophy, curriculum vitae, and a separate document containing the names, titles, mailing addresses, telephone numbers, and email addresses for all three individuals providing letters of recommendation. Letters of recommendation must speak to the applicant's academic training and suitability for this position; teaching experiences; area of scholarship; and ability to work with undergraduate students from diverse racial and cultural backgrounds. Review of applications will begin on January 7, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. Rank and salary are commensurate with rank and experience.
Xavier University of Louisiana is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and women and U.S. racial and ethnic minorities are encouraged to apply. EOE/AA.
Contact:Dr. Timothy Turner
Xavier University of Louisiana Online App. Form:https://jobs.xula.edu
Schools with Failed or Canceled Searches[edit | edit source]
General Discussion[edit | edit source]
Boy this page has been dead this year. Doesn't anyone bother editing it anymore?
- I don't think anyone is leading this page anymore. There are quite a few missing jobs, such as Carnegie Mellon and Sam Houston State, and very few posts about filled positions.
- I know, where has Car X Man been this year?
Come on people? We need a new adm!!
- Rattle, rattle, thunder, clatter, boom, boom, BOOM, fellow pianists. Look, I had a lot of concerts this year and was super busy, okay? Most of this stuff is already on FB if you even have 3 pianist friends. Kent State - Andrew Le; University of Houston - Andrew Staupe; UMKC - Karen Savage and the guy from Texas Women's University whose name escapes me; Boston University - Tanya Gabrielian. The peak search cycles in terms of numbers were 2014-2017; since most of those TT positions were filled, I doubt that there will be many new openings for the next few years. It sucks, but the market truly does fluctuate.