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Assistant Professor, Choral Music

ANNOUNCEMENT OF FACULTY POSITION OPENING

POSITION: Assistant Professor of Choral Music (tenure track)
DEPARTMENT: School of Music
APPOINTMENT: September 1, 2013
AVAILABLE: September 1, 2013
POSTING DATE: September 14, 2012
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled       

DESCRIPTION: The University of Redlands, School of Music seeks an outstanding conductor to lead one choral ensemble and to teach courses including conducting, ear training and music appreciation. The University of Redlands is a private, comprehensive liberal arts institution located sixty miles east of Los Angeles and forty miles west of Palm Springs.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: An earned doctorate by the time of employment is required.  College teaching experience is preferred and a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching is expected. Some support for moving expenses is available. The appointment begins September 2013. Applications should include evidence of excellence in teaching, engagement in undergraduate liberal arts education, and creative commitment to meeting the educational needs of an increasingly diverse student body.

TO APPLY: Send letter of application, current vitae, graduate transcripts, contact information for at least three references, one sample syllabus and a one-page statement of teaching philosophy to:

Andrew Glendening, Dean
School of Music
University of Redlands
1200 E Colton Ave
P.O. Box 3080
Redlands CA 92373-0999

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if selected for the interview process and accommodations are needed; please call (909) 748-8040.

SUBMISSION OF A RESUME OR APPLICATION INDICATES AGREEMENT THAT THE UNIVERSITY MAY VERIFY ANY AND ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED THEREIN

MEMBERS OF UNDERREPRESENTED GROUPS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


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