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Open Faculty Positions in the School of Music



The Ohio State University School of Music
Lecturer Position in Choral Music Education


Choral Music Education Lecturer a three-year appointment
Teach undergraduate methods courses and graduate courses in choral music education and other areas consistent with candidate’s expertise; engage in leadership and mentorship for undergraduate and graduate students in choral music education; supervise student teachers and early field experience as needed; possibility of conducting a university choral ensemble.

Desired Qualifications: Master’s degree in music education with choral emphasis required; PhD in music education with choral emphasis preferred.

Application Materials: Cover letter of application; updated CV; name and contact information for three professional references.
Additional materials may be requested at a later date.

Application review will begin March 6, 2019. Applications after that date will continue to be considered until the position is filled.

Send materials via e-mail attachment to fulton.82@osu.edu
Savenda Fulton, School of Music, The Ohio State University

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The Ohio State University School of Music
Lecturer Position in Instrumental Music Education


Instrumental Music Education Lecturer a three-year appointment
Teach undergraduate methods courses and graduate courses in instrumental music education and other areas consistent with candidate’s expertise; engage in leadership and mentorship for undergraduate and graduate students in instrumental music education; supervise student teachers and early field experience as needed; possibility of conducting a university instrumental ensemble.

Desired Qualifications: Master’s degree in music education with an instrumental emphasis required; PhD in music education with instrumental emphasis preferred.

Application Materials: Cover letter of application; updated CV; name and contact information for three professional references.
Additional materials may be requested at a later date.

Application review will begin March 6, 2019. Applications after that date will continue to be considered until the position is filled.

Send materials via e-mail attachment to fulton.82@osu.edu
Savenda Fulton, School of Music, The Ohio State University

PDF icon Instrumental Music Education position description [pdf]



The Ohio State University School of Music
Visiting Associate Professor — Director of Orchestral Activities


Visiting Associate Professor (VAP) — a three-year appointment
Coordinate and guide all aspects of the orchestral program. Conduct the Symphony Orchestra, including string conducting classes as needed; organize the annual concerto competition; collaborate with the spring opera theater production; maintain a positive national profile; assist in the recruitment of undergraduate and graduate music majors; secondary academic expertise is a welcome consideration.

Desired Qualifications: Conducting and teaching experience at the university level; evidence of outstanding musicianship and conducting skills; demonstrated experience in leading a comprehensive collegiate orchestral program. Master's degree in conducting, doctorate preferred, or equivalent professional experience required.

Application Materials:
Cover letter of application; updated CV; name and contact information for three professional references.
Additional materials, including rehearsal and performance video, may be requested at a later date.

Application review will begin March 4, 2019.

Send materials via e-mail attachment to fulton.82@osu.edu
Savenda Fulton, School of Music, The Ohio State University

PDF icon Director of Orchestral Activities position description [pdf]


 

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