UNT: Assistant Professor in Composition

Duties: Teach composition lessons and related courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.  Courses will include orchestration, composition seminar, and may also include courses in other areas within the candidate’s specialization. Maintain a public profile as a composer and participate in academic activities.

Qualifications: An active composer of concert music with an established career of national note, or evidence of potential for such recognition, such as major prizes or awards. Teaching experience at an advanced level is required.  The candidate must hold an earned doctorate at the time of appointment, or must have established a record of performances by top-tier performing ensembles sufficient for it to be considered in lieu of earned doctorate.

Rank, Salary: Full-time, tenure-track position, at the rank of Assistant Professor; salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Starting Date: August 28, 2013

Materials: All applicants must apply online at facultyjobs.unt.edu.  Upload cover letter, curriculum vitae, up to four representative scores (in pdf format as “Sample Publications” or “Other Document”), statements of creative/research interests and teaching philosophy, and contact information for three references.  Audio and video recordings may not be uploaded to this website, but should be posted on a personal/professional website or sent to Dr. Joseph Klein at the address below.  Electronic submission of recordings and scores is strongly encouraged.

Application: All applicants must apply online at facultyjobs.unt.edu; questions about the online application procedure may be directed to vpaa@unt.edu.

Direct all other inquiries to:
Composition Search
c/o Dr. Joseph Klein, search committee chair
UNT College of Music
1155 Union Circle #311367
Denton, TX  76203-5017

Email: joseph.klein@unt.edu

Deadline: Review of applications will begin November 12, 2012; the search will remain open until the position has been closed.

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