Assistant/Associate Professor of Flute
SEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant/Associate Professor of Flute. Tenure track/tenure-eligible. Full-time, benefit-eligible.
DATE OF APPOINTMENT: September 1, 2021
QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated successful and innovative experience teaching flute, preferably in a university setting; significant professional experience at the national and/or international level as a performer/scholar; demonstrated ability to attract quality undergraduate and graduate flute students; doctoral degree in flute performance, or equivalent professional experience.
JOB DESCRIPTION: Teach undergraduate and graduate applied flute; teach coursework in areas of interest and specialty as needed, including literature, pedagogy and chamber music; recruit and retain high caliber flute students at both the undergraduate and graduate level; maintain a professional profile that reflects the career of a distinguished teacher/performer; contribute to the enhancement of all facets of the Performance Division, including chamber music and large ensembles; collaborate musically and artistically, both within and outside of the university; contribute to the performance, academic, and service environments characteristic of a Conservatory within a university; enrich the cultural environment of the Kansas City metropolitan community; participate actively in the intellectual life of the Conservatory and university by serving on graduate and faculty committees, as well as engaging in other Conservatory activities.
SALARY: Competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience.
APPLICATION MATERIALS TO BE SUBMITTED ONLINE: Application form, application letter and curriculum vitae including educational background, previous academic appointments and artistic credentials. See position posting at UMKC Human Resources website: http://info.umkc.edu/hr/careers/academic-positions/ Use search keyword "flute."
REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS: Review of application materials will begin April 2, 2021, and will continue until the position is filled.