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Assistant Professor of Music

Endicott College
Jefferson County, NE
Closing date
Sep 20, 2023

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If you're looking for great benefits, look no further. Endicott offers health, dental, and tuition benefits for you and your family along with a retirement plan with employer contributions! We are located approximately 20 miles north of Boston and parking is free. We are also accessible by commuter rail on the Newburyport/Rockport line. Come and explore Endicott's seaside locale where employees are an important part of the bustling campus community!

The Assistant Professor of Music teaches courses for MUS prefix courses in History, Theory, and Practice. They also advise students; participate in accreditation processes; engage in professional scholarship or development; assist in the development of internship relationships and student opportunities; and participate in school and college-wide service. They will teach courses and advise students for two semesters. Anticipated start date is Fall 2024.

This position is covered by the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Endicott College Faculty Association (ECFA) and Endicott College. ECFA is a faculty union organized under the NEA (National Educational Association) and provides structure and support for all full-time faculty at Endicott College.

Responsibilities include:

  • Teach 24 credits per academic year12 credits in both the fall and spring semesters (4 lecture courses each semester, or equivalent).
  • Advise up to 25 students.
  • Attend department, school, and college meetings.
  • Participates in accreditation processes.
  • Engage in professional development, scholarship, research, and/or publishing.
  • Assist in curriculum development.
  • Participates in department, school, and college service.
  • Maintain and post regular office hours.
  • Perform other duties as required and as outlined in the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Endicott College Faculty Association (ECFA) and Endicott College.
  • Ph.D. or D.M.A. Degree preferred
  • Evidence of professional experience and/or ongoing scholarly activities (research, publications, performances presentations, etc.) that enhance teaching, performance, and deepen knowledge base in subject areas
  • Demonstrated excellence in one musical instrument or area of study
  • Ability to lead one ensemble as part of teaching assignments, including organizing rehearsal and performance opportunities with Department Chair
  • Demonstrate ability to work with students on capstone projects and other assessment benchmarks throughout students' academic career
  • Demonstrated interest in collaboration within Performing Arts (music, theater, dance) and across liberal arts disciplines, and ability to teach in some cross-disciplinary areas..
  • Ability to teach private instruction in addition to regular teaching assignments for additional compensation
  • College-level teaching experience with majors and non-majors
  • Desire to work in a student-centered, teaching-oriented institution
  • Ability to participate in recruiting efforts with the department as outlined by the union agreements
  • Must be eligible to work in the US
  • Please include a cover letter and list of 3 references when uploading your resume in Workday

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