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Create and maintain a productive learning environment for students in the vocal area. Teach vocal private instruction, vocal pedagogy, diction and literature courses, and other courses based on needs of the department and the candidate’s areas of expertise, such as opera workshop, theory, aural skills, and music appreciation. Carry out vocal area duties, such as auditions, juries, performance classes, and recruiting.
Graduation from an accredited institution with terminal, earned degree appropriate to discipline. ABD accepted. Knowledge and skill in current instructional theories, strategies, techniques, and discipline content. Evidence of potential for scholarly/creative work consistent with a teaching university. See preferred qualifications for discipline or program-specific minimum qualifications.
Graduation from an accredited institution with a doctorate in music.
Knowledge of the principles and methodology of voice, in a variety of genres and techniques.
Proven skills as an accomplished teacher and performer.
Skills in recruiting, interviewing and placement of students.
Ability to develop curriculum and teach assigned courses.
Ability to engage students in learning and performing opportunities on campus and in the community.
Ability to communicate (written and oral) with a wide variety of students, faculty and others.
Please list a minimum of three contacts. References may be contacted at some point during the screening and selection process.
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