University of Massachusetts
Part Time Lecturer
Department of Music
The Department of Music at the University of Massachusetts may require Part-Time Lecturers at certain times and invites applicants to submit their credentials for consideration. These are non-tenure track appointments with the responsibility for teaching various undergraduate courses in Music.
Courses that may require coverage include, but are not limited to the following:
MUS 106 Art &
History of Rock Music
MUS 107 Theory Fundamentals
MUS 128 Digital Notation
MUS 125 Jazz Listeners Guide
MUS 203/204 Survey of Western Music I/II
In addition, openings may exist for individual applied studio instruction in specific genres within the Vocal and Instrumental areas.
Minimum requirements for all candidates include a Master of Music degree and prior teaching experience, preferably at the college or university level.
Preferred qualifications for applicants include a Doctorate in Music or related field (ABD, or enrolled in a doctoral program also considered) with two to three years of teaching experience in the same or related field. It is preferred that the candidate remains continually active in their field through publication of their research, performance of their music and/or related professional activities.
Information about the Department of Music can be found at http://www.umassd.edu/cvpa/undergraduate/music/
Please send application materials consisting of a current curriculum vita, a CD of a performance (for studio instruction) and a letter addressing your qualifications to:
Department of Music
College of Visual and Performing Arts
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
285 Old Westport Road
North Dartmouth, MA 02747
As this part-time lecturer file will remain open, the submitted application materials will not be returned. The screening of applicants will begin immediately. The selection of Part-Time Lecturers may be based on anticipated needs. The review of application materials will commence if and when a position becomes available and will continue until the position is filled.
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