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Assistant Professor And Director Of Chamber Music - Music Department
FACULTY VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
The Music Department at Hunter College seeks a full-time professor at the rank of Assistant Professor and Director of Chamber Music. Duties include:
Performs teaching, research and guidance duties in area(s) of expertise. Shares responsibility for committee and department assignments including administrative, supervisory, and other functions. This candidate will be responsible for creating a vigorous and lively chamber music program that will prepare students for a professional career in performance to life-long enjoyment. The candidate will also lead the department in the area of guitar/harp/percussion and be able to teach and recruit a full studio in one of those instruments.
The Music Department includes fifteen full-time faculty in the areas of performance, music theory, ethnomusicology, musicology and composition. Our goal is to serve the entire spectrum of participation, from the pre-professional to the life-long amateur.
We have approximately 240 music majors over several undergraduate and graduate degrees up the Master of Arts in music. We are situated on 68th Street and Lexington Avenue in the thriving upper east side of Manhattan.
Hunter is committed to active engagement with students and the community at large, and embraces equity, inclusiveness, and global awareness in all dimensions of our work.
An earned doctoral degree (Ph.D., D.M.A., or equivalent) in music performance and evidence of an active career as a performer and successful teacher is required.
Successful candidates will be a leader in the field of performance with proven success in building a studio program. The successful candidate also possesses competencies and experience in an area of performance practice outside the western canon, such as Latin American music, and is prepared to teach courses to all music majors across the college in their area of expertise.
CUNY offers faculty a competitive compensation and benefits package covering health insurance, pension and retirement benefits, paid parental leave, and savings programs. We also provide mentoring and support for research, scholarship, and publication as part of our commitment to ongoing faculty professional development.
HOW TO APPLY
Click on the "Apply Now" button and follow the application instructions. Please have your curriculum vitae/ resume and scholarly interest or cover letter with names and contact information of 3 references available to attach into the application before you begin.
Please note that the required material must be uploaded as ONE document. The document must be in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .rtf, or text format- and name of file should not exceed ten (10) characters. Incomplete application packages will not be considered.
Open until filled with review of applications to begin April 15, 2019.
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CUNY Job Posting: Faculty
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups.
Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.
Job Title: Assistant Professor and Director of Chamber Music - Music Department
Job ID: 20338
Location: Hunter College
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Associate Music Editor
The Associate Music Editor role combines music research and sourcing, and temp track editing. Associate Music Editors work closely with our Senior Music Editors and Editorial teams, providing temporary music for our feature films, as well as sound effects support as needed. Candidates must demonstrate a passion for film music and a wide knowledge of music and its use in storytelling.
Under the guidance of the Senior Music Editor(s), act as a temporary music editor on a feature film
Research and edit (in Avid Media Composer and ProTools) temporary music for films through development stages and assist in the preparation of the soundtrack for key screenings i.e.: BT and Previews as required
Mix work in progress reels for screenings and presentations
Execute audio laybacks, conversions and deliveries
Back up and archive projects
Partner with the Avengers for Avid, Pro Tools and other studio maintenance and upgrades
Keep the Senior Music Editor apprised of assignments and status of work
Keep up to date with new music and sound editing technology
Supervise the Music Assistant(s) to help maintain music and sound databases and assets for all Pixar shows
Ensure all requests for the music and sound department are responded to and handled by the Music Assistant(s) in a timely manner
Minimum 2 years track laying experience (e.g., Avid, Final Cut Pro, sync, surround)
Minimum 3 years experience with ProTools
Minimum 3 years experience with Macintosh OS (mid-high level user)
Must be able to thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-based environment
Collaborative team player
Ability to multi-task and remain steady under pressure
Excellent communication, organizational and analytical skills
Willing to work flexible hours (including nights and weekends) and/or overtime on short notice
Music literacy and/or ability to play a musical instrument a plus
Pixar is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We know our storytelling is at its best when we include, celebrate and embrace difference. We strive to be a diverse workforce that is representative of our audiences, and where all can thrive and belong. We are committed to building a team that includes and respects a variety of voices, identities, backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. | Follow us on Twitter @PixarRecruiting.
Long Term Vocal And General Music Subsitute
Springfield Local Schools
ANNOUNCEMENT OF LONG TERM CERTIFICATED SUBSTITUTE VACANCY
(2018-2019 School Year)
Position: LONG TERM Vocal and General Music Substitute
Location: Springfield High School?
Duration: tentatively April 19, 2019 through May 24, 2019
Valid and appropriate teaching certificate/license from the State of Ohio in music.
Recent teaching experience in a general music classroom at the elementary grade level preferred.
Ability to provide experiences in movement, rhythm and dance.
Knowledge of Ohio's Learning Standards and State Tests.
Knowledge of state competency models and learner outcomes associated with the state proficiency test.
Demonstrated ability to communicate with students, parents, teachers, counselors, and administrators.
Knowledge of how to integrate technology into the curriculum.
Willingness to meet the needs of all students (e.g. at-risk, high achieving, special education).
Willingness to work in school sponsored and school related activities.
St. Theresa School in Palatine is hiring a dynamic elementary general music teacher for the 2019-20 school year in our newly renovated school building.
Position is full time and includes general music instruction to PS-8th grades and three choirs.
Candidates must love and actively practice the Catholic faith and appreciate its traditions as this is the foundation of the St. Theresa School program. A candidate's passion for the Faith will inspire his/her music instruction.
Ideal candidates will be proficient in elementary level general music instruction and the conducting of childrens choirs.
Ideal candidates will also be trained in the liberal arts, well versed in the classics of literature, and have a robust knowlege of the music of the Church as well as a variety of other forms of music.
The faculty of St. Theresa School is an active and involved team. Ideal candidates for this position will be excited to collaborate and participate in the supportive and family environment of the school.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to the attention of the principal, Mary J. Keenley, at email@example.com.
Director Of Music
Director of Music Lynchburg, Virginia (VA), United States 24501
Director of Music
Position: Director of Music.
This is a part-time position, approximately twenty hours a week, and carries with it the following responsibilities:
Be the Director of all musical ensembles, plan and execute all Service music.
Be the Organist/Pianist for Sunday Morning Services, Weddings, Funerals and other Special Services relevant to the Liturgical Year.
Be responsible for the purchase, organization and care of all music and choir supplies under the restriction of the Church Budget.
The Director of Music should have knowledge of media communication, computer hardware and music software, as well as basic clerical skills.
The Director should have good communication and time management skills.
Educational requirements include possessing a degree in music, or comparable experience as a Church musician.
The Director is a member of the Church Staff, and as such is required to attend all Administrative Council Meetings, which at this time are scheduled for every other month in the evening.
The position has a salary range, at present, of $22,000 to $28,000 annually, which is paid monthly.
Please send resume to:
Fort Hill UMC, Attn: SPRC, 106 Oakridge Blvd, Lynchburg, VA 24502
or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organization: Fort Hill UMC
Contact: Mark Lowe
Closing Date: 04/28/19
Music Teacher (Instrumental Band) - Secondary Experience Preferred
Secondary experience preferred.
You MUST fill out the ONLINE APPLICATION to be considered for this position. We DO NOT ACCEPT paper resumes, paper applications, faxes or emails.
Position requires appropriate New Jersey Certification.
Please complete application at:
The Morris School District offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
We are an equal opportunity employer/AA
Effective September 1, 2011, The New Jersey First Act implemented May 17, 2011, requires all employees of a school district to reside in the state of New Jersey. Employees of the Morris School District hired after the effective date who do not reside in the State of New Jersey at the time of hire have one year from the effective date of employment to relocate their primary residence to New Jersey. Employees of the school district hired prior to the September 1, 2011 effective date of this Act are grandfathered and are not required to relocate to New Jersey.
Music Composer / Sound Designer
WaitWhat is a media invention company committed to the creation of highly-differentiated, premium content that is gender-balanced and diverse in its subject profiles, and boundary-breaking in its formats. Founded in 2017 by former TED execs June Cohen and Deron Triff, whose combined leadership built TED Talks from a concept to 1 billion views/listens each year, WaitWhat’s inaugural media properties include the critically acclaimed Sincerely, X, the 2018 Webby Award-winning podcast Masters of Scale, and Should This Exist, an exciting new podcast hosted by Silicon Valley investor and Internet pioneer Caterina Fake.
In everything we create, we aim to elicit contagious emotions: awe, wonder, curiosity, and mastery. From the get-to, we design our media to live across many different forms and formats (audio, video, virtual, live, print, etc.) in order to scale as thriving independent businesses.
We are a joyful startup that has closed our Series A funding in January 2019. We’re now building out a team that’s as diverse as it is creative, brought together by the desire to create amazing media experiences. We’re channeling our energy to fulfill what we believe is the greatest, often unspoken, need of our time: to feel lit up and alive. Everything we produce will have those “Wait, what?’ moments that spark your curiosity and change your understanding of the world.
We are excited to find the right candidate to expand our show’s original musical signature. Our shows’ soundscape is a cinematic blend of explosive cold opens, original music composition and evocative sound design that weaves humor and atmosphere into each episode, and our podcasts sounds unlike any other and provide an unparalleled audio experience for listeners. The role blends (i) composing original music for each podcast episode (ii) completing sound design and effects to bring each episode to life.
We invite our composers to embrace risk – including concepts that are untested, unknown and even uncomfortable – in order to reach the highest level of originality, creativity, experimentation, surprise and humor.
We welcome composers and sound designers with a backgrounds in film, television, commercials, video games and podcasting who have experience in original music production and sound design in fast paced production environments.
Rich examples from our show library include:
Chorus of NOs - https://overcast.fm/+I6DBhi6Ls
Explosive Starts - https://overcast.fm/+I6DDQaDLE/1:38
Obama O’s - https://overcast.fm/+I6DDHHECQ/0:53
- Collaborate with show producers to brainstorm creative musical directions for each episode
- Compose original music for our shows
- Complete sound design and effects to create a series of unique moments that bring the story to life in each episode
- Factor in show producer feedback to iterate on the music / sound design
- Complete on schedule delivery of complete pro-tools session files in line with the show’s workflow
This is a freelance assignment. We welcome both part-time and full-time contractor applications; for exceptional candidates, we are open to a full-time employment opportunity. The position requires flexibility and discipline to complete episodes on time.
WaitWhat is committed to 50/50 gender balance, and diversity of all kinds — in our media properties, among our investors and on our team: women, minorities and anyone with an unconventional background are strongly encouraged to apply. Also, we only hire extremely nice people.
Music Performance Technician
The College of Music Department at the University of North Texas is seeking to hire a Music Performance Technician to join our team. Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:
Audio Reinforcement- Provide audio reinforcement support for events in the main music building (primarily jazz and popular music events); coordinate audio reinforcement efforts with recording services to ensure that FOH and recording work effectively with shared equipment and communicate effectively with clients to determine audio reinforcement needs and desires.
Audio Recording- Provide assistance with Student Recital and Student Ensemble Recordings, which may include: Assist in all aspects of Student Recital and Student Ensemble Recording to include: Track, edit, and create media for distribution of student recitals and student ensemble concerts of classical or jazz musical styles; properly archive material in manner described by Dir. of Recording Services; provide service and support for assigned recording sessions including client meetings, setup, mixing, duplication, billing and support; coordinate the scheduling of personnel and facilities for student recitals and student ensemble recording.
Administrative- Work in conjunction with the Dir. of Recording Services to determine the long term technical needs for Recording Services; to assist in the formulation of and execution in the planning to accomplish said tasks; archiving of appropriate media in the music library and manage/delegate duplication order requests, interactions with the main office, and quality control of product.
Supervisory and Instructional Liaison- Work in conjunction with the Dir. Of Recording Services in hiring of student personnel; training of student personnel in proper professional recording techniques and skills; reviewing the work of student personnel on a daily basis in order to distribute recordings in a timely manner to clients.
New Media- Aid in the creation and implementation of new media distribution and generate documentation to educate faculty and staff on new media outlets.
Video-Carry out procedures on video duplication, server-based distribution and web content.
Field of study in audio technology (recording, audio reinforcement (FOH)) and/or music is required for the person to have the technical skills required for the position.
The University of North Texas System and its component institutions are committed to equal opportunity and comply with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action. The University of North Texas System and its component institutions do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status in its application and admission processes, educational programs and activities, and employment practices.
Adjunct Position In Music (2015/2016)
The Department of Music at the College of William and Mary is recruiting a pool of persons for the Fall and Spring semesters for possible adjunct teaching positions. This pool will be accessed when and only when an opening arises.
Your credentials will remain active for one year after the date you submit them. After one year, if you are still interested, you must resubmit to this adjunct pool. Candidates interested in future openings should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a list of three references with contact information to our online system at http://jobs.wm.edu.
If you have previously submitted an application for an instructional position at William and Mary via the online system, your existing application documents can be easily transferred to this position pool. Only those selected for an interview or for further consideration will be contacted. The College of William & Mary conducts background checks on applicants for employment.
Appropriate qualifications (for example, Ph.D., D.M.A., M.A. or M.M) in Musicology, Ethnomusicology, Music Theory, Music Composition, Conducting, or Music Performance are required depending on the position open. Qualification or experience in a closely related field as reflected on the candidate's CV may also be considered.
Music Grader - En-Us - Irvine
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Do you listen to music on a daily basis?
Do you find yourself knowing all the words to various songs and singing along?
Do you like all kinds of music? If so, this could be your next gig!
We are Welocalize, a top 10 global language service provider founded in 1997. We are currently looking for people who love listening to music with lyrics in English from the US; someone with a keen ear for details and great attention to the lyrics. Preferably someone who is a power user of streaming music services. This is a long-term project that will be run out of our Portland office.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Native-level fluency in specific language is required.
Familiarity with fluent languages pop music is a plus.
Ability to maintain focus and listen to music for extended periods of time.
Type 30 WPM.
Able to follow instructions and conventions set by the client.
Experience with cloud based software applications is a plus.
Passionate about music, familiar with different genres of music.
Ability to understand song lyrics and jargon in fluent language.
This position may be exposed to content that could be construed as offensive, including but not limited to sexual, health related, racial or violent.
Additional Job Details:
Experience & Education Level
Full-time, 40 hours/week
Start Date: ASAP
End Date: August 30
Local candidates only. No relocation or visa sponsorship provided.
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