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Teach instrumental music education and other courses according to expertise
Teach in primary applied area and coach instrumental ensembles as needed
Recruit actively for the department
Administrative responsibility for planning, concerts, touring, and the supervision
of instrumental budget, equipment and library
Coordinate student-led athletic pep band
Committee work as assigned
Doctorate preferred, master's degree required
Minimum of 3 years successful public school teaching experience
Evidence of successful conducting and performance
Proven ability to work well with colleagues, and to maintain cooperative
relationships with area music educators and the community
Commitment to the university’s Evangelical Christian mission
Capacity to examine diverse perspectives with academic rigor, while respecting the university’s Statement of Faith and refraining from the promotion of contrary positions.
RANK AND SALARY:
Commensurate with qualifications and experience. Tenure-track position.
Applicants should access the online application at https://www.sbuniv.edu/about/employment.php and upload a letter of application, vitae, transcripts and three letters of recommendation. Letters of recommendation may also be send confidentially to email@example.com. Electronic submission of materials is acceptable for the initial screening. All materials are due by November 20, 2020. Performance recordings and copies of programs may be requested from individuals at a later date.
Southwest Baptist University offers liberal arts and professional degrees and is affiliated with the Missouri Baptist Convention. Master's degrees are offered in education, business, Christian ministry, and nursing; and doctoral degrees are offered in education and in physical therapy. SBU is located in Bolivar, Missouri, a town of 11,000 population in southwest Missouri, 25 miles north of Springfield. The university is an accredited institutional member of NASM and employs eight full-time and 12 part-time music faculty. Music facilities include the 1300-seat Pike Auditorium and Casebolt Music Center, which houses instrumental and choral rehearsal rooms and the 285-seat Meyer Recital Hall. Music degrees are offered in church music, music education, general music, and music with elective studies in an outside field. Instrumental ensembles include Wind Symphony, University Band, Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, Pep Band, and woodwind, brass, percussion and string chamber ensembles.