Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Music Theory and Composition

Department

Music

Responsibilities

Teach music theory and aural skills in the department’s core curriculum
including Form and Analysis and Instrumentation/Orchestration. Teach in
and coordinate the composition emphasis of the B.A. Music degree.
Continued professional development,
active student recruitment, and student
advising expected.

Requirements

Doctorate in music theory or composition by September 2013. Evidence of
successful undergraduate classroom teaching in music theory. Evidence of
potential for significant scholarly and/or creative work. A record of
performances, commissions, and/or publications of original compositions.

Preferences

Preference to candidates with composition and/or teaching experience in
concert music and one or more of the following (or other related areas):
Jazz, Electronic Music, Popular/Commercial Music, and music incorporating
other media (film music, etc.).

Starting Date

September 1, 2013

Salary

Competitive

Application Deadline

December 7 or until filled

How to Apply

Send letter of application; three current letters of
recommendation; philosophy of teaching statement; audio CD (DVD if
multimedia work) recording of two original compositions and printed score
for each (if applicable); list of five references (with addresses, e-mail
and phone information); and transcripts – official or photocopy to:

Chair, Music Theory and Composition Search Committee,
Department of Music
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
800 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh, WI 54901-8636
.
920.424.7027
martine@uwosh.edu

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