Director Music Job Description Sample
Netflix is changing the way more than 137 million subscribers around the world enjoy entertainment. Our international efforts have brought Netflix to virtually all countries and as we bring even more of our Originals programming to our viewers around the globe, it's an exciting time to work at Netflix.
Our growing global Music Business & Legal Affairs Group is looking for a new member to join the team: a Director, Music who shares our passion for music and the entertainment industry to help support our expanding slate of Netflix Original content. Someone who seeks out and thrives in an environment where freedom and responsibility are a tenet, and passion, innovation and curiosity are mandates (https://jobs.netflix.com/culture). A stunning and selfless colleague for whom no task is too small or insurmountable.
The Music Business & Legal Affairs Group is based in Los Angeles, London and Berlin and is responsible for all of Netflix's global music business affairs, legal affairs and strategy, from the production and licensing of Netflix Originals through to the distribution of the Netflix service globally. This role is based in our Los Angeles office and reports to the Director, Music in the Los Angeles office who leads the studio side of the Music Business & Legal Affairs Group.
This unique and exciting role sits on the studio side of the Music Business & Legal Affairs Group and focuses on providing music business, legal and strategy support for the production and licensing of Netflix Originals. The role will have broad responsibility and unique insight into multiple aspects of our business and the opportunity to work with a wide swath of internal and external partners.
Responsibilities include overseeing all music business and legal affairs matters during production: from structuring, negotiating and drafting agreements with composers, songwriters, artists, performers, producers, record companies and music publishers, to addressing music licensing issues in collaboration with our Music Licensing team. This role will take ownership over his/her own productions and will autonomously give music business, legal and strategy guidance to those productions and will negotiate and draft all commercial and legal terms of related music deals. This role will also negotiate and draft music terms in content deals, rights acquisition deals and production agreements with third-party production partners, co-production partners and third party licensors of content.
Given this broad scope of responsibility, the ideal candidate will have: mastery in the music market for the production of series and/or film; expertise in handling music issues and giving music guidance in content licenses and other distribution deals; and immersive, hands-on experience in negotiating commercial terms and legal issues and drafting music agreements for series/film production. He or she will handle music contract and copyright related matters as they arise, will likely need to dig into local law and practice in various international territories, and should be extremely comfortable working independently, counseling business partners and making decisions that have both legal and business impacts.
As a Director, Music, your vast music production experience enables you to handle any situation or crisis that may be encountered on a production.
You've seen it all and aren't fazed by the last minute surprises, on set and off set, that inevitably arise when shooting a series or film.
You expertly navigate those situations to arrive at the best solution for the production and the studio. You understand the dynamics among showrunners, executive producers, creative, line producers, producers, finance, production, post production, credits, labor, marketing, publicity, content localization, business affairs and legal affairs and know when and how to engage and align the appropriate teams when a music issue calls. You are comfortable evaluating risk and have the confidence to make quick decisions when faced with the exigencies of production.
You think creatively, have impeccable judgment, are comfortable with exploring new transaction models, and flexible in pivoting within a strategy when needed. You may produce locally but you think globally.
This is an opportunity to be part of a public company with a great consumer brand and to help Netflix shape the future of entertainment.
The successful candidate will have:10+ years of series/film production music experience, including direct, hands-on experience in structuring, negotiating and drafting composer, performer and featured artist agreements, master use and synchronization license agreements, music producer agreements, songwriter agreements, record company and music publishing waivers and soundtrack album agreements; in-depth knowledge of music copyright and the series/film production process - from development, budgeting, pre-production, production and post production to music clearance/licensing to composer engagement/recording through to delivery, cue sheets, marketing and launch; practical knowledge of the music and technology industries, including active relationships with music agents, lawyers, managers, music publishers and record companies; comfort and flexibility in working with different laws and practices across territories; understanding of labor and guild agreements impacting the recording and use of music; and understanding of the evolving CMO, theatrical, VOD and TV landscapes. Experience providing in-house support in a television or film production company and/or network is highly preferred. Fluency in other languages is also highly preferred.
Contemporary Vocal Music Director
The University of Pikeville in Pikeville, Kentucky, seeks a dynamic and creative professional interested in establishing, directing, and managing the University's contemporary vocal music program.
Full-Time, College of Arts and Sciences
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The University of Pikeville in Pikeville, Kentucky, seeks a dynamic and creative professional interested in establishing, directing, and managing the University's contemporary vocal music program. The Director is responsible for the overall program of vocal music at the University, providing students with an opportunity to participate in extracurricular vocal activities and ensure compliance with all state and university requirements. The position also includes teaching two didactic courses in the music area and providing support for private voice lessons. The expectations of the Contemporary Vocal Music Director include: commitment to the mission of the University of Pikeville, scheduling, conducting practices, travel planning, recruiting, fundraising, teaching, budgeting, and completion of any duties assigned by the supervisor.
Recruit students for the development of a show choir program and other contemporary vocal music groups.
Provide artistic and musical direction for the show choir and other musical groups.
Meet assigned recruiting goals for each year.
Manage program budget and scholarship budget.
Teach as needed in the music program.
Recruit and teach private voice students in support of music minor.
Design show choir performances.
Select appropriate music and modify musical arrangement as needed.
Monitor the academic progress of students in the contemporary vocal music programs.
Ensure eligibility of students in the contemporary vocal music programs.
Retain and graduate a satisfactory number of students.
Ensure a program that is of high quality.
Plan appropriate tours (fundraising, friend-raising, and recruiting) and competition travel.
Participate in community and campus life opportunities.
Other duties as assigned.
Master's degree required. Doctoral degree will be preferred.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Formal vocal training
Expertise and/or familiarity with several different contemporary musical styles
Familiarity with contemporary harmony and music theory
Piano skills for basic accompaniment of students is a plus; preference will be given to candidates with coaching experience
Ability to communicate/demonstrate/coach choreography for a show choir is desirable
Must be a motivated self-starter with high expectations
Aptitude for embracing diversity in individuals, perspectives, musical styles, and curriculum
Strong proactive approach to problem solving
Ability to exercise good judgment in problem resolution situations
Strong teamwork skills
Enthusiasm for music and the creative process
Enthusiasm for and commitment to teaching
Must maintain a valid driver's license
Minimum level of English: C1 (Common European Language Framework)
Position requires daily contact with faculty, staff, students, and community members in order to exchange information. These relationships are maintained through e-mail, telephone, and person-to-person contact.
The University of Pikeville offers a competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. UPIKE offers a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, telemedicine, long-term disability, tuition waivers, a 403(b)-retirement plan, and HSA, FSA, and dependent care accounts. UPIKE also offers a generous holiday schedule and paid leave program.
Important Notes: Resume and other application materials will be reviewed to determine if you meet the required qualifications for the position. If it is determined that you meet the required qualifications, your application materials will be used to identify a top group of the most highly qualified candidates. Please specifically addressthe qualifications, competencies and desired qualifications in your resume and application materials. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
The University of Pikeville is committed to providing a safe and productive learning, living and working community. To achieve this goal, we conduct background investigations for all final applicants being considered for employment. Background investigations include a criminal history record check, and when appropriate, a financial and/or motor vehicle history.
The University of Pikeville is an equal opportunity employer committed to assembling a diverse, broadly trained faculty and staff. The University of Pikeville does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age or disabilities in its programs, activities, hiring, or the admission of students. Inquiries may be directed to the University of Pikeville Title IX Coordinator by calling 606-218-5344.
For more information about the University of Pikeville, please visit http://www.upike.edu. Interested applicants should complete the online application by visiting http://jobs.upike.edu. In addition to the application, interested applicants are requested to attach to their application a letter of interest, current resume, personal statement of teaching philosophy, copies of transcripts, and the contact information for three to five professional references. Performance videos demonstrating ability are encouraged.
Department:College of Arts and SciencesEmployment Type:Full-TimePosition Type:Staff
Director Music Business Program; Instructor/Assistant Professor
POSITION: Assistant Professor of Music Business/Technology and Director of Music Business Program, Full-Time Temporary faculty position beginning August 2019.
Teach and coordinate undergraduate courses in the Music Business Concentration in the Bachelor of Music degree program. Applicable subject areas can include music business, artist management, entrepreneurship, digital distribution, technology, audio electronics, recording, promotion/marketing, licensing, and publishing. Additional responsibilities will include student advising, administrative duties, and curricular development.
Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to relate well to a diverse group of students and faculty at the university level are both essential. A commitment to outreach and student recruitment, and versatility to help meet needs within the department based on applicant's strengths is anticipated. An ongoing record of professional activity on and off campus in addition to recruiting and committee work is expected.
Director Of Marketing & Communications, School Of Music
Director of Marketing & Communications, School of Music
Lincoln Park Campus
At DePaul University, we are looking for candidates who want to join us in our mission to provide access to education for all. Successful candidates welcome ideas and perspectives from colleagues and students representing a wide variety of cultures, backgrounds, religious beliefs, and experiences. We seek collaborative, open-minded and hard working professionals to work in a real world urban learning environment. Are you exceptional, yet modest and open to challenges? We seek achievers and leaders that want to bring their passion and skills to our well-respected community of approachable colleagues. Build your career with us.
Reporting to both the Dean and Senior Director of Administration, the Director of Marketing and Communications is responsible for developing and promoting the brand and the activities of the School of Music. The Director collaborates with other DePaul departments including Public Relations and Communications, Enrollment Management and Marketing, Advancement, Alumni Relations, and Community and Government Relations, to ensure consistent representation of the School of Music across all areas. Directs the social media strategy for the school as well as manages the website.
Responsibilities & Duties
Develops, implements and evaluates strategic marketing and communications plan to promote the School of Music to prospective students, parents, alumni, donors and the community.
Directs the design, production and distribution of all print and electronic communication materials; includes supervising and managing relationships with external designers, photographers and printers and writing and editing copy for all publications and audience communications.
Maintains annual schedule and timeline for all marketing/communication materials.
Creates content for and maintains the School of Music's website and social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
Works collaboratively with the Director of Admission to plan and develop strategic marketing initiatives, including traditional and digital advertising to promote the academic programs of the School of Music.
Collaborates with DePaul University Advancement, Office of Public Relations and Communications, Enrollment Management and Marketing, Alumni Relations, and Community and Government Relations to ensure consistent representation of the School of Music.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Education & Experience
Music and marketing/communication background.
Self-reliance, organization and excellent communication and planning skills.
Knowledge of computer-based graphic output and general printing processes.
- Bachelor's degree with 3-5 years professional experience in marketing communications, media relations, and event planning.
Direct the design, production and distribution of all print and electronic communication materials; includes supervising and managing relationships with external designers, photographers and printers.
Supervise student worker/intern(s).
- Responsible for helping create the School of Music's Marketing Budget.
Other Skills & Abilities Reqd
Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite, HTML coding, HTML-based email systems (i.e. Constant Contact) and content management technology and experienced with a wide variety of Social Media platforms.
You may upload other attachments (Transcripts, Portfolios, Writing samples) in the "My Activities" tab of your profile.
The position does require some evenings and weekends.
Preferred experience with CRM systems and/or box office management communications.
Salary & Benefits Package:
DePaul offers a comprehensive package including competitive pay and benefits to attract and retain the best talent in order to further the University's mission. For more information, please visit the following pages:
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Employment at DePaul University is contingent on passing a background check. Only final candidates who are extended an offer of employment will undergo a background check.
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Upon accepting an offer of employment with the university, you will also be required to sign an Acknowledgement of Mandated Reporter Status at the time of hire. A mandated reporter is required to make a report to the Illinois DCFS Hotline whenever there is reasonable cause to believe that a child known to them in their professional or official capacity may be abused or neglected. For more information, please visit the following pages:
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DePaul University is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, genetic information or any other legally protected status, in accordance with applicable federal, state and local EEO laws.
Assistant Director Of Development, Herb Alpert School Of Music
Requisition Number:29659 Job Title:ADVANCEMENT OFFICER II Working Title:Assistant Director of Development, Herb Alpert School of Music Salary:$5,300 - $9,875 monthly Job Type:Contract Department Name:4045-DEVELOPMENT Department Website URL:www.developmentcareers.ucla.edu Job Summary Statement:Public concerts, lectures, symposia, master classes, and musical theater and opera productions, are a hallmark of the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. Each of its three outstanding departments of Ethnomusicology, Music and Musicology, host a calendar of events open to the entire community, enriching the lives of both those on stage and in the audience, contributing to the quality of life in the city and beyond. Providing continued support of the School's innovative programs and creative environment requires a passionate and driven team of development professionals responsive to current and potential donors.
Reporting to the Executive Director of Development for the Herb Alpert School of Music, the Assistant Director of Development will initiate and manage projects and programs independently and as part of the development team. Responsibilities will include increasing gifts to the school by facilitating the creation, implementation and evaluation of mass solicitations for the School of Music; gathering and analyzing data on alumni, donors, and prospects to identify target audiences; implementation of solicitations and other outreach to complement centralized Annual Giving solicitations; conducting phone calls to acknowledge gifts; making discovery phone calls and conducting outreach to help build a robust pipeline; analyzing alumni and donor data to identify potential major gift prospects; and implementing strategies and programs to engage current students and alumni in a culture of philanthropy in support of the School of Music. Percentage of Time:100 Shift Start:8:00 am Shift End:5:00 pmQualifications for Position
1.Minimum of two years of demonstrated experience in a fundraising environment, preferably with an emphasis on annual giving or alumni engagement and/or prior professional experience in a related field such as sales, marketing or business development.
2.Working knowledge of the principles and practices of fundraising in a major research university or institution of equivalent complexity.
3.Understanding of mass solicitation and giving strategies and techniques with the ability to conceptualize and implement successful methods of outreach and engagement for prospect identification and solicitation.
4.Strong research skills for finding and retrieving information combined with strong analytical skills for understanding and interpreting information.
5.Knowledge of database management and manipulation sufficient to run, analyze and summarize computer generated reports; retrieve and analyze data to isolate specific market segments and recommend strategies that achieve stated objectives.
6.Ability to work effectively as part of a team with strong interpersonal skills to establish and maintain collaborative relationships with a wide variety of internal and external constituents.
7.Excellent verbal communication skills to collect and convey information over the phone and in-person with accuracy, diplomacy and tact; ability to persuasively express the mission of the University and the fundraising goals of the Herb Alpert School of Music.
8.Excellent written communication skills with the ability to use correct spelling, punctuation, grammar, and syntax in written communications and articulate the fund-raising goals of the School specifically through mass communications in print and online.
9.Detail oriented with ability to take initiative, work independently and accept responsibility; adept at setting priorities and managing workflow to fulfill objectives and meet goals accordingly to deadlines in a dynamic and ever-changing environment.
10.Resourceful with ability to quickly learn and adapt to the internal workings of UCLA.
11.Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft suite of applications, as well as familiarity with other database, spreadsheet, scheduling and email applications; willingness to learn new technologies in a prompt and efficient manner.
12.Impeccable integrity and discretion in dealing with donors, alumni, students, administrators and colleagues.
13.Ability to travel and work some evenings and weekends as needed.
14.Experience with a Blackbaud CRM system or equivalent database and the use of databases to generate reports is preferred.
15.Bachelors' degree preferred.
PreferredAdditional Posting InformationBargaining Unit:99-Policy Covered Application Deadline:03-02-2019 External Posting Date: Quicklink To Posting:hr.mycareer.ucla.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=75405 Special Instructions:This position is a two-year contract appointment.
The target salary range for this position is between the posted minimum and $5,333 monthly. Contact information:
Number of Positions:Special EmploymentDesignations/Requirements Per UC PolicyConflict of Interest:N/A Critical:Continued employment contingent upon completion of satisfactory background investigation. Driving Record:N/A E-Verify Check:
Certain positions funded by federal contracts/subcontracts requires UCLA to notify job applicants that an E-Verify check will be conducted and the successful candidate must pass the E-Verify check.
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Director Of Music And Liturgy
St. Ambrose University seeks an energetic, relationship oriented person of faith to direct music ministry and liturgy through the Catholic Campus Ministry department.
Reporting to the Director of Campus Ministry, responsibilities include: leading and forming the student choir and musician team to provide music for Sunday and weekday liturgies, prayer services, and retreats; overseeing training and scheduling of liturgical ministers; handling technological needs of the ministry team, including the Chapel audio system; assisting with other Campus Ministry events (retreats, service trips, etc.) and maintaining a ministerial presence for students. Preferred skills include experience with social media and digital outreach, music notation software, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and/or Publisher. A successful candidate will have at least a Bachelor's degree in theology, music, or a related field (Master's degree preferred), along with experience in ministry, Catholic liturgy and liturgical music, choir direction, and accompaniment for liturgy (piano experience preferred). Ability to work evenings and weekends is required.
Position is open until filled. St. Ambrose is an independent, comprehensive, and Catholic diocesan university firmly grounded in the liberal arts. People from under-represented populations are encouraged to apply.
Please apply online at www.sau.edu/employment and submit a letter of interest, resume and contact information for three professional references. EOE
A successful candidate will have at least a Bachelor's degree in theology, music, or a related field (Master's degree preferred), along with experience in ministry, Catholic liturgy and liturgical music, choir direction, and accompaniment for liturgy (piano experience preferred). Ability to work evenings and weekends is required.
POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED
St. Ambrose University
518 W. Locust Street
Davenport, Iowa 52801
Music Director Charlotte, North Carolina (NC), United States 28215-4252
Hickory Grove United Methodist Church in Charlotte has an opening for a Music Director. While this position is primarily responsible for traditional worship, HGUMC also enjoys contemporary, African, and Latino services as an integral part of its multi-ethnic mission. You can learn more about us at http://www.hickorygroveumc.com
(Please note that we have an Organist position posted as well. The two positions could be combined for one person possessing both sets of qualifications.)
The requirements for physical presence are:
Every Sunday from 8:30am to 10:30am, for a brief adult choir rehearsal followed by the traditional service,
Every Tuesday for a staff meeting from 3:30pm to no later than 4:30pm (some may be missed),
Every Thursday for adult choir rehearsal from 7:00pm to 8:30pm,
An occasional committee meeting (e.g., Worship Team),
Additional services to include Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Christmas Eve, and funerals, and
Approaching Easter and Christmas, a couple of additional rehearsals are customary.
Beyond these days and times, most duties can be performed outside of church. We estimate the total hours per week including outside preparation to be twenty.
Qualifications include the ability to:
Conduct an adult choir in rehearsal and performance,
Direct, or oversee volunteers to lead, children's, youth, and handbell choirs (These choirs have been neglected, and we would like to see them restored in some form.),
Select all vocal music, to include congregational hymns, choir anthems, benedictory responses, and miscellaneous music as needed, all appropriate to a traditional service and aligned with the given scripture and sermon theme,
Coordinate with the Organist on prelude, offertory, communion, and postlude selections,
Communicate all music selections to the Office Administrator for inclusion in the weekly service bulletin,
Prepare PowerPoint slides to guide the congregation through worship,
Create a packet for the choir and pastors that mirrors the PowerPoint slides that they cannot see projected,
Recruit soloists and instrumentalists in order to present a richer repertoire,
Assist in the recruitment, selection, and coaching of other music staff,
Support the music leaders in the other services (African, Latino, and contemporary), and
Foster connections between the different services and the greater neighboring community.
Education/Training: At a minimum, we are looking for someone who is in at least his/her junior year of an undergraduate degree in music with choral conducting and ensemble experience, or significant, demonstrable church choir experience that would substitute for formal education. Keyboard proficiency is also highly desired.
The person hired must be legally authorized to work in the United States. The pay range is $18k-20k per year. An audition and interview will be part of the selection process for invited candidates. To apply, please respond to Geoffrey R. Korf, our departing Music Director who is assisting us in the search for his replacement, at firstname.lastname@example.org with a cover letter and CV/résumé that offer insight into your experience and ability to meet the qualifications above. We look forward to hearing from you (please note that e-mail is the preferred method of communication), and we thank you for your interest. Open until filled.
Organization: Hickory Grove United Methodist Church
Contact: Geoffrey R. Korf
Closing Date: 04/30/19
Coordinator, Creative Music + Licensing Strategy
Overview and Responsibilities
The Coordinator, Creative Music + Licensing Strategy will work with Sr. Director, Director + VP to manage the use of music within Viacom content (MTV, VH1, Logo,BET, CMT + Whosay) from a creative licensing POV, working closely with Production, Development, Music Talent Department, Brand Creative, Digital, Social, MML and the Music Services team.
3 + years in both a Music coordinator and licensing capacity in the television or film industry.
Have a comprehensive knowledge of music, its history, genres, and styles, and must be up to date with current music.
Creative music supervision skills
Have a working knowledge of the music business and current key issues in the industry
Understand the creative and practical needs of Music Supervisors, TV Producers and Composers and Artists, Record Labels, Music Publishers, PROs, Music Clearance, Music Agents and Music Administrators
Be familiar with licensing music for television, digital, and soundtrack platforms.
Have knowledge and understanding of the creation of music and of the creation of television/digital/social media content
Have film and TV contacts at record labels and music publishers, PROS and with music supervisors and composers
Experience working with featured placements – working with record labels, publishers and Network Music and Talent teams, and driving the process from start to finish including oversight and management of the promotion of featured placements on air, on digital and across social, artist showcases and create new promotional opportunities across brands
Ability to assist with talent showcases
Bachelor's degree in Music Business, TV, Film, Communications, or Business preferred.
Musical training, desired
College degree in Radio, TV, Film, Music, Communications, Publishing or Business preferred.
Bartlett Middle School Band Director / Elementary Music Team
Bartlett Middle School Band Director / Elementary Music Team
Porterville Unified School District
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
Length of Work Year:
2019-2020 school year
2/21/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
$53,841 - $105,019
Date Posted:1/31/2019 Application Deadline:2/21/2019 4:00 PM Pacific Employment Type:Full Time Length of Work Year:2019-2020 school year Salary:$53,841 - $105,019 Number Openings: (At time of posting)1Contact: Corina Valderrama Email: email@example.comPhone: 559-793-2482
Bartlett Middle School
August 1, 2019
Salary Schedule Placement:
Year for Year appropriate experience credit on salary schedule, maximum 25 years plus stipend
This position is also a part of the Elementary Music team in grades 4-6
Site:Bartlett Middle School
Start Date:August 1, 2019
Salary Schedule Placement:Year for Year appropriate experience credit on salary schedule, maximum 25 years plus stipend
Assignment :This position is also a part of the Elementary Music team in grades 4-6
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Requirements for Applying
Appropriate CredentialCover Letter/Letter of IntroductionUniversity Transcripts (if applicable)
- Single Subject Teaching Credential
Requirements for Applying
Appropriate CredentialCover Letter/Letter of IntroductionUniversity Transcripts (if applicable)
- Single Subject Teaching Credential
The District will correspond with all applicants via EMAIL ONLY.PLEASE PROVIDE A VALID EMAIL ADDRESS.1. Please read job description carefully, as there are minimum qualifications required to be considered for this position.2. We appreciate and consider all applications, but will only contact candidates who are selected for a personal interview.3. If offered employment with the District the candidate will be required to submit proof of negative TB test and LIVESCAN at their own cost.Porterville Unified School District Is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Porterville Unified School District does not discriminate in employment or any program on the basis of age, creed, sex, race, ethnic background, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, or disability.
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Temp Parttime Faculty: Music
UNM Los Alamos Campus anticipates hiring Adjunct Faculty to teach in the Summer 2018, Fall 2018, and Spring 2019 Semesters in the FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT to teach and/or develop Lower Division Courses (100-200 Level).
Anticipated openings, potentially include the following subjects:
UNM-Los Alamos is a two-year branch campus of the University of New Mexico located approximately 90 miles northwest of Albuquerque. UNM-Los Alamos emphasizes teaching excellence and offers academic transfer courses, as well as vocational and technical courses to the citizens of Los Alamos County and northern New Mexico.
The FINE ARTS Department at UNM Los Alamos is seeking qualified temporary part time faculty members to teach lower division classes in various disciplines as specified above. UNM-LA instructors are responsible for all aspects of any class they are teaching including but not limited to meeting with the class during assigned times, content delivery, assignment development, grading assignments, reporting of grades, and assessment of student learning as outlined by the department chair. Details of employment can be found online in the UNM-Los Alamos Faculty Handbook.
Positions are contingent upon need each semester as determined by student enrollment levels, current course offering matrix, and demand driven by graduation requirements. Positions may be filled or eliminated each semester up to the deadline for students to drop or add courses. Candidates who are selected for these positions will report to Department Chair, Barbara Yarnell.
Adjunct Faculty in the UNM LOS ALAMOS CAMPUS are currently compensated on the basis of their credentials and credit hour course loads, as follows:
Credentials Rate per Credit Hour
PhD Degree $750
Minimum Qualifications to teach or develop courses in MUSIC, MUSIC THEORY and/or MUSIC APPRECIATION as described above for which you are applying are determined by Higher Learning Commission's accreditation requirements for faculty, and must be met by one of these ways:
1.Master's Degree in the discipline or subfield for which you are applying.
2.A Master's Degree or higher in a discipline other than that for which you are applying, and successful completion of at least 18 graduate credit hours in an accredited program in the discipline or subfield for which you are applying.
1.Successful teaching experience in a post-secondary institution Or Successful teaching in a community College
2.A demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and student success, as well as working with broadly diverse communities.
3.Online teaching experience
4.PhD or Terminal Degree in Music
Application InstructionsTo apply, please submit the following:1.Cover Letter indicating which courses and/or disciplines you are interested in teaching; the days/times you are available to teach; and how your education and experience, satisfies the Minimum Qualifications criteria described above.2.Curriculum Vitae3.Names and contact information of three professional references who can speak to your directly relevant knowledge, skills and experience. Please include on CV or Cover letter.4.Unofficial copy of all transcripts.For best consideration please apply by this date:April 4, 2018 for Summer term 2018May 30, 2018 for Fall Semester 2018September 1, 2018 for Spring Semester 2019
Applicants who are appointed to a UNM faculty position are required to provide an official certification of successful completion of all degree requirements prior to their initial employment with UNM.
For Best ConsiderationThis posting will remain active until 9/1/2018. Anyone who applies for a position under this posting will automatically be considered for openings in subsequent semesters unless they indicate in their cover letter that they are not interested in teaching in specific semesters.
The University of New Mexico is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.
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