The College of Saint Rose, located in the capital city of Albany, New York, is a private, independent, coeducational institution of higher education offering more than 100 bachelor's degree, master's degree, and certificate programs. Through a strong liberal arts education curriculum and professional academic programs, the College serves undergraduate and graduate students, working professionals, international students, and more. Visit www.strose.edu for additional information.
A hub of government, higher education and industry in the beautiful Capital Region, Albany sits at the intersection of the Tech Corridor. The Capital Region is a wonderful place to live, teach, and pursue research, offering restful residential neighborhoods and bustling cultural centers, high quality school districts, and countless recreational, entertainment, and educational venues for young professionals and families. For nearly a century, The College of Saint Rose has been an integral part of this dynamic and vibrant community, with a strong record of teaching as well as a diverse population of students and graduates volunteering and working in government and service agencies, schools, local businesses, and multinational and regional companies. Commuters and vacationers are a short train or car ride away from New York City, Boston, and Montreal, and minutes from the Albany International Airport.
The College of Saint Rose invites applications and nominations for a Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor of Choral Music Education/Core Curriculum in the School of Arts and Humanities, beginning August 2019. This is a one-year appointment, beginning in August 2019 and continuing through May 2020.
Drawing from a long, robust learning tradition, the School of Arts & Humanities is a dynamic community of experienced and creative artists, musicians, writers, and researchers who prepare graduates to think critically, communicate effectively, and address the needs of our increasingly complex society. The Music department is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.
Responsibilities will include teaching 12 credits (approximately 4-5 courses) per semester of Music classes such as:
MUS 291 Masterworks Chorale or other choral ensemble MUS 341 Choral Arranging MUS 101, 102, 201, 202 Music Theory I-IV MUS 487 Student Teaching MUS 103, 104, 203, 204 Ear Training I-II, Advanced Ear Training I-II MUS 257 Music Technology
Additional responsibilities include engaging in scholarship and attending internal and external events applicable to the College and the candidate's academic discipline, including auditions.
The successful candidate will have at least a Master's Degree (Doctorate preferred) in music from an accredited institution with at least one degree held in Music Education, or a closely related academic field, at the time of appointment on August 12, 2019.
Additionally, requirements include a minimum of three years of full-time public or private school teaching experience in the field of choral Music (experience teaching music theory or ear training is preferred); a demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching, a record of scholarly work or professional impact in the field of Music and superior written and oral communication skills.
Visiting Instructor title applies when the selected applicant holds a Masters degree. Visiting Assistant Professor title applies when the selected applicant holds a terminal degree.
Review of applicant credentials will begin immediately. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Compensation includes a competitive salary range and comprehensive health and dental benefits, generous time off, a tuition remission plan for employees and qualified dependents, retirement plans through TIAA, and wellness programs including the use of our fitness center.
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