Music Supervisor Job Description Sample
The Halo audio team is looking for a music supervisor with a passion for Halo game music. The Music supervisor will work on music production, design and collaborate with the Audio Director to make a great Halo music experience. This role requires a healthy knowledge of music production and music business. Although a music composition background would be helpful, this is not a composer role.
The music supervisor will be the liaison with external contractors and music teams. The music supervisor will work with 343 teams to determine the music needs for the game and work collaboratively with the Audio Director to establish the musical plan and design. The Music Supervisor will work with internal and external teams to understand and communicate music 343's music needs and manage external relationships and deliverables.
At least 8 years' experience in game audio music on AAA games
Experience with music production: worked with orchestrators, contractors, recording studios, talent
Experience with music rights and music business
Experience working with composers and managing creative expectations
Excellent communication skills required
Experience in Pro Tools, Logic and other music sample libraries
Experience with Wwise
Experience collaborating with Audio Director to execute upon music vision for a game
Experience editing of stems and minimal integration may be required.
Music composition background
Experience with interactive music and music design for a game
Microsoft is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, family or medical care leave, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, protected veteran status, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations and ordinances. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. If you need assistance and/or a reasonable accommodation due to a disability during the application or the recruiting process, please send a request via the Accommodation request form.
Benefits/perks listed below may vary depending on the nature of your employment with Microsoft and the country where you work.
The overarching responsibility of a music supervisor is to meet the creative needs established by the audio director for the game. The role caters to the creative goals of the project and works within music budgets established by the audio producer. Music Supervisor will also be responsible for setting up outside contracts, working with music production teams and composers. They will track the music requirements and communicate those requirements to all internal and external teams.
The Music supervisor first and foremost needs to be a creative collaborator with experience working on music on AAA games. The role will design, produce and work with the music team to establish the musical blueprint, which includes the interactive design, for upcoming titles and will work with teams to help realize and execute upon those plans. Some editorial and arrangement of music is expected while working closely with the music implementer to execute the music vision and interactive design.
Collaborate with Audio Director to establish music direction and requirements for game
Work with internal and external teams to communicate music requirements
Work with external music partners - manage relationship, schedules, deliveries
Organize and manage recording sessions – some travel expected
Work with audio team to establish interactive music design based on games creative needs
Liaison with outside composers and contractors, manage relationships
Receive and review deliveries, handoff deliveries to implementer and/or bring music stems into protools sessions for further editing prior to implementation
Administrative Supervisor - Instrumental Music
Position requires a Bachelor's degree in Music Education or program area required; Master's degree preferred. A valid Texas All Level Music teaching certificate and Mid-Management certificate are required. This position requires five (5) years of successful teaching experience in Music with specialized training in instructional practices and techniques.
This position requires deep technical knowledge of curriculum and program area, knowledge of District, State, and Federal policies, rules, and regulations as they relate to the curriculum or program, and training and experience in curriculum and program development. This position requires deep knowledge and understanding of University Interscholastic League (UIL) rules, Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) guidelines, and Texas Education Agency (TEA) regulations. Employees in this position must be able to read, write, and speak/communicate in English in order to receive and to provide work-related information in a timely manner to other employees, supervisors, principals, school personnel, volunteers and where appropriate, visitors parents and students.
JOB PURPOSE AND RESPONSIBILITY:
Incumbent performs administrative work at the district level and has responsibility for the development, implementation, and evaluation of instrumental music curriculum. Incumbent has broad administrative control over the activity of a district-wide fine arts curriculum and programs, and provides instruction and technical supervision for principals, teachers, staff, and participants. Incumbent utilizes judgment in developing curriculum, programs and in performing appraisals of teachers. Incumbent is to be a teacher of teachers, mentor, resource, and supporter of instrumental music.
Develops and improves curriculum and program through research, selection, and development of materials used at various grade levels for the academic curriculum and special programs.
Provides teacher, specialist, and staff development sessions in order to establish objectives and goals, derive and implement strategies, identify needs and develop methodologies to meet those needs, establish presentation styles, enhance classroom management, and utilize the teachers and specialists for problem solving and decision making.
Participates in campus visits and meetings to provide guidance and feedback to the teachers and specialists, the presentation of the developed material, and the substance of the curriculum and program. Provides feedback and technical and content assistance to the teachers and specialists.
Oversees the curriculum and program to ensure conformity with District, State, and Federal guidelines and regulations.
Ensures that all extracurricular activities are following TEA, TMEA, Invitational Festivals, and UIL guidelines.
Develops and submits program applications and grant proposals. Once grant is received, follows Department of Education (DOE), TEA, TMEA or agency's requirements including research activities, webinars and reports. Meets all grant and reporting deadlines.
Assists in interviewing and selection of full-time personnel responsible for implementing and presenting curriculum or program.
Participates in or attends District committee, principal and staff meetings, seminars, workshops and conferences to address goals and establish strategic planning.
Attends professional meetings to enhance knowledge of curriculum and program issues.
Confers with State and Federal agencies and specialists on program issues.
Responds to correspondence and phone calls from students, parents, principals, and teachers relating to curriculum or program problems and questions; provides information to the general public through parent meetings, booster meetings, speeches to civic organizations, etc.
Participates in recruitment, interviewing, and selection of teachers and staff. Recruit highly qualified applicants as content specific job fairs and universities.
Works with local Universities to enhance the student teacher program with Austin ISD.
Works with universities on special projects and performances that benefit Austin ISD students and teachers.
Develops, submits and monitors annual budgets for the curriculum and program including the Repair and Supply budgets and instrumental music allocations, including Capital Outlay.
Researches surrounding districts to compare and contrast budget allotments and salary ranges of similar personnel in other school settings.
Submits reports and collected data supporting a need for appropriate funding related to instrumental music.
Audits inventory related to capital outlay for instrumental music.
Sets short- and long-term goals for instrumental music.
Implements curriculum suggestions to struggling programs that will enhance the overall school climate. Suggestions should have a positive impact that will influence the improvement of a struggling school. Models lessons for teachers, clinics ensembles, and provides consultants and mentors to assist teachers in preparing for UIL contests.
Designs and facilitates ongoing teacher professional development.
Presents data and research to building level principals showing the positive impact the arts have on education.
Gives suggestions, support, and strategies to programs that are not meeting proper UIL standards.
Works collaboratively with Dance, Theatre, Visual Arts, and other curricular areas as appropriate.
Assists principals with scheduling options for instrumental music.
Provides new teacher meetings and coaching for new instrumental music teachers.
Leads teacher committees in the selection process for instructional materials adoptions for instrumental music, and organizes ongoing professional development in new materials, software, and digital resources.
Manages UIL and TMEA instrumental music events, rehearsals, and performances at the PAC.
Supervise all Austin ISD district-wide instrumental music events at the PAC including auditions, rehearsals, and performances.
Collaborates with the Austin Symphony Orchestra (ASO) for the implementation of the ASO educational programs at Austin ISD campuses, the Long Center, and the Austin ISD PAC. Assists the ASO in securing grants that benefit Austin ISD music programs and students.
Coordinates student and teacher travel to the local performing venues with Austin ISD Transportation Department.
Works with community arts partners, professional music ensembles and organizations on projects and performances that benefit Austin ISD students, music educators and campuses.
Leads teams of teachers in writing and updating curriculum based on the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills and research-based best practices for instrumental music.
Organize performing ensembles for special events as requested by the Superintendent and other AISD stakeholders.
Writes and submits board recognitions for All-State instrumental music students and teachers.
Writes educational specifications for instrumental music classrooms and spaces, and meets with architects, contractors, and Austin ISD stakeholders to ensure educational specifications are met.
Develops bid list for music instruments and ensures efficient and accurate ordering, receiving, and maintenance.
Maintains district inventory of instruments at the PAC and ensures access to students and guests artists as appropriate.
OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED:
Performs other related duties as assigned; however, all employees are expected to comply with lawful directives in rare situations driven by need where a team effort is required.
PHYSICAL EFFORT AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Services are generally provided in an office or school setting. Some travel is required. This position may involve rare exposure to blood or body fluids. Regular attendance is required for this position.
PERSONAL WORK RELATIONSHIPS:
This position reports directly to the Director of Fine Arts. Incumbent will work independently with very little supervision, as instructions are generally in the form of goals and objectives. Detailed instructions and guidance are given in response to requests for interpretation, prior to commencing special projects, and during problem solving meetings. Supervisor may provide additional assistance in response to incumbent's inquiries, problems, etc. This position will have contact with co-workers, teachers, principals, administrators, and parents, outside organizations, agencies and specialists. The purpose of this contact is to exchange information, solve problems, and negotiate solutions.
Duty Days: 230
Pay Grade: A05
Salary Range: $74,000-$83,000
Comprehensive Benefits Package
Employee Discount Program
Closing Date: Until Filled
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Coordinator, Music And Media Licensing Business And Legal Affairs
Overview and Responsibilities
The Coordinator will be responsible for negotiating favorable rates and securing rights for material (music and other media) across all Viacom Media Network programming and projects. The ideal candidate will be able to accurately analyze contract and license agreements, draw conclusions from working knowledge of issues that impact the area of rights licensing including copyright & trademark law and union/guild issues. This position will report to the VP, Music and Media Licensing Business and Legal Affairs.
Work closely and communicate regularly with production, production management, music supervisors and within the business and legal affairs department.
Finalize, record, and track rights information and all aspects related to licensing, including but not limited to drafting licenses and payment processing. Function as project leader on special assignments.
Work with multiple clearance teams on projects assigned by Sr. Director and/or Vice President. Projects could include long and short form programming for linear and digital platforms, promos, third party productions, in house productions, re-clearances and more.
Working knowledge of legal concepts related to licensing
Established relationships within the licensing community
Expertise in licensing for all types of media platforms
Comprehensive understanding of music rights
Facilitate clearance requests by working closely with content producers in researching copyright ownership and by researching rights to pre-existing VMN material as necessary.
Negotiate licenses and permissions with copyright owners of music, film, TV, video games, digital content, books, magazines, record label content, artist management, etc. Track and process all payments.
Collect and review cue sheets for al programming.
License in rights that cover exhibition across multiple platforms including linear, digital, social media, mobile, apps , games etc.
Guide and advise Third Party productions enforcing VMN's policies throughout production.
Receive, review and approve all deliverables including license agreements, guest releases, cue sheets, etc.
Participate in workshops for client groups, and build and foster good working relationships within Viacom Media Networks and within the licensing community.
Collect deliverables, including guest/location agreements, license agreements and talent agreements when applicable.
Report discrepancies or missing information to Producers and follow up to insure proper completion.
Regularly report clearance costs to Production and Production Management via tracking grids and over the phone/via email.
Work closely with these areas and proactively suggest cost-saving options and alternatives.
Vet content prior to posting, (which may entail multiple screeners per program as show changes during the editing process) to ensure necessary clearances are in place and route to VMN attorneys when necessary.
Review releases and agreements to ensure that they conform to negotiated terms. Maintain contract files and tracking reports for all assigned programs/projects and ensure that licenses are executed and paid in a timely manner.
Secure and approve music cue sheets, and show logs (if required) from in-house producers and/or third party productions.
- Minimum of 1-2 years' experience in television, music and entertainment field
BA in Television, Film, Communications, Publishing, Business or similar preferred.
Ability to read and analyze license agreements.
Experience in a business affairs, rights & clearances, or licensing capacity.
Ability to make effective presentations on rights and licensing related topics to client groups and employees.
Ability to effectively negotiate with licensors via email, phone, and in-person. Interpersonal skills are necessary to supervise and develop staff (e.g.; must be able to respond effectively to sensitive inquiries or complaints).
Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations, e.g.; budgeting, tracking reports, controlled portions of compositions/fees.
Ability to accurately analyze contract and license agreements. Ability to draw conclusions from working knowledge of issues that impact the area of rights licensing including copyright & trademark law and union/guild issues.
Music Therapy Specialist
- Experience is preferred
Pediatric Palliative Care, Music Therapy Specialist
In accordance with Agency standards and policies, assesses, plans and advocates for the family centered care of children with life-threatening illness as part of an Interdisciplinary Care and Case Management Team. The goals of the Music Therapy Specialist are to promote normal growth and development, reduce stress created by life-limiting illness and hospitalizations and provide support to patients and their families.
Assists in assessment, development, and planning to empower and meet the needs of medically ill children and their siblings by promoting play, expressive techniques, education, developmental and psychosocial support.
Supports children's creative development and facilitating positive change in their behavior and well-being.
Advocates for child and family needs and promotes their leadership and involvement within a complex health care system.
Helps parents prepare and help their children prepare for anticipated events and decisions
Acts as a resource to the Interdisciplinary Team in understanding age appropriate needs and responses to stress and fear
Helps children develop an increased self-awareness
Improvises with music as a reaction to the child communication in order to enhance the relationship with others
Helps children explore the world of music to create a language of their own.
Acts as a reference for the IDT and families on children's rights and family responsibilities
Participates in Pediatric Palliative Care orientation and in in-service training programs
Participates in interdisciplinary team conferences and facilitates discussion of issues from caseload for full discussion, consultation and evaluation.
Acts as liaison between Agency and other health care and hospital staff
Performs other responsibilities and duties as appropriate
Documents and maintains up-to-date patient records so that problems, plans, actions and goals are accurately and clearly stated and changes are reflected as they occur in the plan of care
Works flexible schedule, including weekends to meet patient and family needs
Bachelor's Degree, Specialty in Music Education, Human Behavior, or Social Work preferred.
One year experience in working with seriously ill children and their families preferred
Good communication skills, flexibility and adaptability
Ability to deal with often sad and stressful situations
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Remote Site Reliability Engineer - Interactive Music Platform
Our company is a social music platform that utilizes proprietary BIG DATA technology to connect independent artists with music fans, industry professionals and entertainment companies. We help independent artists protect, distribute and monetize their music, while providing music fans with a platform to discover new music from emerging artists.
Here’s a quick summary of who we are and what we do:
We use what we’ve learned from the music industry and artists to create products that connect them and make their lives easier.
We’re 20% a music company and 80% a tech company.
Top Reasons to Work with Us
We connect the music industry to artists. Every product we create helps us to accomplish that mission. We’re looking for talented, like-minded team members to help us in our mission. If that’s you, we’re thrilled you’re here.
What You Will Be Doing
Work with Program Managers, Software Engineers, and Service Owners to ensure the reliability, availability, and performance of services.
Own projects and initiatives within the team, provide peers with technical mentorship and direction.
Participate in service capacity and demand planning/forecasting, software performance analysis, and system tuning. Tackle problems relating to mission-critical services and build automation to prevent problem recurrence; with the goal of automated response to all non-exceptional service conditions.
Identify underlying root causes and provide recommendations or solutions for long-term permanent fixes to critical production issues.
Develop effective documentation, tooling, and alerts to both identify and address reliability risks.
Participate in on-call rotation with other members of the Site Reliability Engineering Team.
What You Need for this Position
Experience working with Unix/Linux systems from kernel to shell and beyond, with experience with system libraries, file systems, and client-server protocols.
Heavy experience in distributed systems architectures - layered, event-driven, data-centered, service mesh, etc.
Familiarity with distributed message buses such as Kafka and RabbitMQ.
The ability to read/write code fluently in any of the following: Java, Python, or Go.
Networking: experience with network theory and protocols, e.g. TCP/IP, UDP, DNS, HTTP, TLS, and load balancing.
In-depth understanding of the Software Development Process; including CI and CD pipeline architecture.
An understanding of cloud orchestration frameworks, enterprise IT service provisioning tools, and their role in IT transformation.
Experience with the public and private cloud, including OpenStack, AWS, and Google Cloud Platform.
Familiarity with service configuration and deployment tools, such as Ansible, Consul, Jenkins, Terraform, and Vault.
Experience with container technologies such as Docker and Kubernetes.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
What's In It for You
Benefits and...all the good stuff...
•Opportunity to contribute as part of the founding team responsible in creating our innovative music platform that helps the music industry connect with artists in ways that have never been done before.
•Opportunities to work and interact directly with our founders, board members and senior executive team.
•Career advancement opportunities: As an emerging company experiencing rapid growth, our company provides the perfect environment for an employee to define and achieve their ideal desired professional career path.
•Well funded: Series B funding round has been well received and over subscribed.
•Proven and experienced management team and board with startup and liquidity experience.
•Typical startup perks such as car washes, regular team lunches, company events, complimentary snacks and drinks, etc
•Stock ownership opportunities
•Comfortable, productive and creative workspaces including lounges, quiet areas and kitchen.
•Casual dress code
•Flexible work schedule
•Agile development environment
So, if you are a Site Reliability Engineer - Interactive Music Platform with experience, please apply today!
This job is open to telecommute candidates.
Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.
Academy of Warren is currently hiring for an Art Teacher. Must have teacher certification and endorsement.
Competitive Medical, Dental, and Vision BCBS plans with a low employee contribution.Up to 6% Employer 401K Match. Life, ADD, STD, and LTD paid 100% by the employer!
Did you become a teacher to help realize the promise of education to improve lives and build strong, vibrant communities? Are you a compassionate educator who is a creative problem solver? Do you desire an opportunity to share and develop best practices, and to play an active role in implementing educational practices that value and believe in the best young people have to offer?
Academy of Warren provides a free K-8 education to students who live in or near Warren, Michigan. The mission of the academy is to equip urban students to become literate, self-motivated, lifelong learners by proving a multicultural, student-centered environment in which all students are held to high academic, behavioral and moral standards.
Students are taught to understand the free enterprise system through a curriculum infused with entrepreneurial concepts and standards. The Academy of Warren encourages family involvement at the school and encourages parents and guardians to visit and volunteer in the school and classrooms.
If you want to work in an environment where opportunities are yours to create and where the success of students is paramount in everything you do, then you should apply today at:
For more information on Academy of Warren, please visit our website at
Are you passionate about music?
If you have a great sense of the current music trends and cultural awareness of the target country (required), we invite you to join a team that’s dedicated to excellent quality in Music Related Content.
We are looking for individuals with native fluency in the following languages to work with us in a multicultural environment:
Portuguese (Portugal & Brazil)
- Passionate about music.
- Listens to music daily and current with the local market.
- Blogs about music, reads/writes about it, publishes on social media and keeps up on current music events.
- Culturally savvy with a good sense of appropriate content for the target country audience.
- Journalism, copy editing, marketing, editorial or similar experience desired.
- Able to follow instructions, work under pressure and tight deadlines, and have strong attention to detail.
- Flexible, willing to learn new tools and be part of a collaborative team in a multicultural environment.
- Assess if a text is compliant with style guidelines provided.
- Determine if writing is appropriate and satisfactory for target language market and if it’s compelling and appealing enough for its purpose.
- Ensure facts in a text are accurate by conducting research on the topic.
- Hourly, Non-Exempt position
- W2 Payroll Position
- Working hours: 6-8 hours per day (time frame: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
- Onsite Position in Cupertino, CA
- Eligible to work in the US
- Native speaker fluency of target language
- Cultural awareness of target language
- Regular contact with the target language
- Able to type in target language with local keyboard
Skills and Experience
- Familiar with iOS products, services, and features preferred
- Highly organized with attention to detail and commitment to quality
- Good verbal and written communication skills in English required
- Culturally savvy with good judgment of appropriate content for the target country audience
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
- Flexible with tasks, easily adapt to change in project
- Prior experience in journalism, copy editing, marketing or editing
- Translation, editing, and proofreading experience
If you meet the requirements above and you are interested in this position, please submit your résumé.
Bilingual, Linguistic, Translator, Translation, Interpreter, Editor, Quality Assurance, QA, Localization (L10N), Internationalization (L18N), Globalization, Teacher
Music Npi/Sprints Program Manager
The Music NPI/Sprints Program Manager is responsible for managing the launch (NPI) of customs and exclusive products, exploratory sprints into new product categories, and focused projects on specific opportunities..
Be Yourself. Be Open. Stay Hungry and Humble. Collaborate. Challenge. Decide and just Do. These are the behaviors you'll need for success at Logitech. In this role you will:
Manage the development and launch of custom and exclusive speaker products in collaboration with our design/brand/marketing team.
Manage exploration sprints on new technologies, categories, or product concepts in collaboration with engineering/design/marketing teams.
Maintain and manage all BOMs, schedules, risks, cost, and coordinate across cross functional teams involved including operations and sales as needed.
Drive projects forward through direct involvement and project concise and clear summaries to management as needed.
Maintain high level focus, while able to dive into details as needed when issues arise.
Earn and foster trust across the team so you can get objectives met when working in the face of resource and priority constraints.
Build on a culture of flexibility, finding ways to accomplish what seems impossible
Be creative with tradeoffs, use them to drive clear decisions and alignment on goals
Be hands on and drive details, lead and model best practices for the team
For consideration, you must bring the following minimum skills and behaviors to our team:
Minimum 5 years experience as a project manager on configuration launches and coordinating multiple "similar" SKUs of production material.
Minimum 3 years of experience project managing technical and architecture/design sprints of multidisciplinary teams
Familiar with finance, marketing, operations processes and terminologies to request correct input and act on inconsistencies or misalignment.
Strong background and history in organization of multiple simultaneous projects at different stages of development.
A leader with strong problem solving, communication and negotiation skills, able to work independently and drive for results.
BS degree in Engineering discipline applicable to consumer HW (Mechanical or Electrical)
Professional Project Management certification ideal (such as PMP, or SCRUM)
Logitech is the sweet spot for people who are passionate about products, making a mark, and having fun doing it. As a company, we're small and flexible enough for every person to take initiative and make things happen. But we're big enough in our portfolio, and reach, for those actions to have a global impact. That's a pretty sweet spot to be in and we're always striving to keep it that way.
"All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability."
If you require an accommodation to complete any part of the application process, or are limited in the ability or unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, you may contact us at 510-713- 4866 for assistance.
Vwcc Adjunct Faculty: Music
Virginia Western, located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains of the Roanoke Valley, is accepting applications for part-time, Music adjunct faculty positions on a continuous basis in the School of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. Adjunct faculty positions are appointed on a course-by-course, semester basis as needed.
Responsibilities include teaching developmental and/or college-level courses, which may include distance-learning, on- and off-campus courses during the day and evening, on weekdays and weekends. Faculty are expected to maintain currency in their teaching disciplines and in trends in community college education. Applications will be received and considered on a continuous basis, as openings occur. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until needed positions are filled and/or the closing date of our announcement. in the School of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
The successful candidate will possess expert skills, knowledge, experience and education in the subject area with a history of successful teaching or related experience. Master's degree with a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline. All Adjunct Faculty positions require excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills, experience writing syllabi and exams, as well as the ability to work with students of varying abilities from diverse backgrounds.
Experience with on-line teaching is a plus. Experience using technology in the classroom and experience with online teaching. Experience teaching in a college setting; exp. at community college-level.
Applicants who have degrees earned from educational institutions located outside of the United States are required to have their transcripts evaluated by a recognized credential evaluation service prior to applying for Faculty positions. If the transcripts are in a foreign language, applicants also need to have their transcripts translated prior to applying for job opportunities at Virginia Western.
Applicants who have foreign transcripts may submit a copy of their transcript attached to the original transcript evaluation. Applicants are responsible for the costs associated with translation/evaluation services. Unofficial transcripts may be provided as part of the application process.
However, official transcripts are required of the selected candidate. Selected applicant will be subject to criminal history, driving, and credit background checks as a condition of employment. Documents verifying your identity and authorization to work in the United States must be presented upon employment.
Adjunct Assistant Professor Of Graduate Music Education
Posting Number A00082P Classification Title Position Type Adjunct Faculty Disclaimer
Liberty University's hiring practices and EEO Statement are fully in compliance with both federal and state law. Federal law creates an exception to the "religion" component of the employment discrimination laws for religious organizations (including educational institutions), and permits them to give employment preference to members of their own religion. Liberty University is in that category.
Position Title Adjunct Assistant Professor of Graduate Music Education Does this position require driving? No Contact Contact Phone Ext Contact Email Job Summary/Basic Function
Manage and teach online graduate Music Education courses, including:
MUSC 510 Foundations of Music Education
MUSC 524 Analytical Techniques
MUSC 531 Bibliography & Research
MUSC 525 Advanced Contemporary Arranging Techniques
MUSC 620 Music in America
MUSC 630 Principles of Music Technology
MUSC 640 History & Philosophy of Music Education
MUSC 650 Research in Music Education
MUSC 670 Principles of Curricula & Pedagogy for Music Education
MUSC 687 Music Education Curriculum Project
Teaching responsibilities include:
Teaching online Music Education courses as assigned.
Teaching online Music Education research courses
Serve as advisor for Graduate Music Education Theses
Faculty responsibilities include:
Working directly with the Instructional Mentor in all courses
Counseling, advising and mentoring students as needed.
PhD or DMA in Music Education
2 years university level teaching experience
Ability to work in a team leadership setting
Strong collaborative skills
Demonstrated ability in directing student research
PhD or DMA in Music Education
5 years university level teaching experience
Ability to work in a team leadership setting
Strong collaborative skills
Significant experience directing student research as advisor of chair of Thesis or Doctoral Dissertation committee
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