Teach seven courses in music therapy and related topics (in-person and online) at the undergraduate and masters level.
Supervise music therapy students within the preclinical program
Co-coordinate the preclinical training program (e.g., clinic scheduling, collaborating with community partners, instrument inventory, engaging with the supervision team, facilitating undergraduate student recruiting, and advising).
Work cooperatively in support of the School of Music and the University
Serves on graduate and faculty committees
Collaborates with other members of the faculty
Participates actively in the cultural and intellectual life of the School and the University.
Three years of full-time clinical experience as a music therapist.
Demonstrates strong musical, instructional, and interpersonal skills as identified through application materials, interview and references.
Knowledge of the treatment process and populations/contexts served by music therapists as demonstrated through experience.
Masters or PhD degree in the field
Meets American Music Therapy Association qualifications to teach core clinical coursework at the time of application.
Holds and retains a current Music Therapy Board Certification.
Diverse clinical background
Diverse and/or varied college teaching experiences
Organizational and time management skills and strategies as demonstrated by previous work history
Experience with Learning Management Systems (e.g., Canvas, Blackboard, etc.) E
Experience using music technology in teaching and clinical work.