Assistant Professor of Violin - 12804BR
Assistant Professor of Violin
The University of Kansas is especially interested in hiring faculty members who can contribute to the climate of diversity in the School of Music, including a diversity of scholarly approaches. Women, minorities, and candidates who will contribute to the climate of diversity in the School of Music , including diversity of scholarly artistic approaches are especially encouraged to apply.
The successful candidate must have appropriate authorization to work in the U.S. before employment begins.
40% - Research: Conduct research/creative activity in area(s) of expertise; maintain a record of creative productivity that indicates continuing growth of national and international visibility
20% - Service: Supervise/mentor teaching assistants; work cooperatively in support of the University, the School of Music, and the University orchestral program; service on graduate and faculty committees; perform with other faculty as a member of the Kansas Virtuosi; participate actively in the cultural and intellectual life of the School and the University.
- Doctoral degree in music -or- master’s degree with significant professional performance experience.
- Demonstrated ability to successfully teach at the collegiate level.
- Artist level performance abilities as a violinist.
Additional Candidate Instructions
- Curriculum Vitae
- Letter of interest submitted as a Cover Letter, including internet links to audio or video recordings of recent live performances demonstrating the performance capabilities of the applicant
- Contact information (e-mail and telephone) for 3 references, collected in the Reference Section of the online application, who can be contacted for letters of recommendation at the time of interview
- A 1-2 page statement discussing personal teaching philosophy within a comprehensive university school of music, including objectives and the means of achieving those objectives; and address your commitment/approach in the use or development of implementing inclusive teaching/advising practices, pedagogical techniques and course materials.