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Faculty Careers - Fine and Performing Arts, Faculty Careers - Other
The Bryan College Music Program offers B.A. and B.S. degrees in Music with options in Performance, Music Education, Church Music, Piano Pedagogy, Musical Theatre, and Contemporary Music.
Bryan College is currently seeking a candidate to begin Fall 2020, to fill the position of Instrumental Music Education Specialist to teach a variety of courses and to lead the department’s college/community instrumental ensemble.
The instructor will teach 12 hours per semester with standard responsibilities related to committee work and student advising. A high priority is placed on individual student/teacher interaction and mentoring.
PhD or D.M.A. in Music Education is preferred. Candidates at or near ABD standing in an accredited doctoral program will be considered for the position.
Ideal candidates will have the following qualifications:
An experienced music educator who can teach both a variety of classroom courses and direct instrumental ensembles.
A capable orchestrator who can adapt, arrange, or compose for student groups of limited instrumentation.
A conductor able to direct both wind and string ensembles, as well as serving as music director for Musical Theatre productions.
A studio teacher who is capable of teaching private lessons to intermediate and advanced instrumental undergraduate students within their own area of performance specialization.
A skilled recruiter, who is capable of recruiting instrumental participants from the college, community and regionally, and who has experience in long term recruiting and program building.
A background with coursework in musicology, allowing them to teach Music History.