Adjunct Faculty for Applied Lessons in
Lewis & Clark College: College of Arts and Sciences:
Location: Portland, OR
Open Date: Jun 17, 2021
Lewis & Clark College
Department of Music invites applications for the position of
Adjunct Faculty for Applied Lessons in Violin, to begin Fall 2021.
Responsibilities will include teaching private lessons for a violin
studio that typically ranges between 1-4 students, violin
recruiting, and participating in juries of violin students. Music
adjunct faculty members are paid on a fee-for-service (hourly)
basis; the position does not carry benefits, but adjunct faculty
have access to Lewis & Clark’s campus and faculty privileges.
Adjunct Faculty are expected to be responsible and responsive
members of the music department. Additional stipends are available
for adjunct faculty who choose to perform in faculty ensembles,
offer sample lessons to prospective students, coach orchestra
sectionals, adjudicate juries, and prepare students for degree
Lewis & Clark College is a
private liberal arts college with 1900 undergraduates. An Equal
Opportunity Employer, Lewis & Clark is committed to preparing
students for leadership in an increasingly interdependent world,
and affirms the educational benefits of diversity.
The successful applicant will have
an active performing career and have substantial experience in
violin teaching. Bachelor’s Degree required, Master of Music or
Master of Arts preferred.
Please submit a cover letter,
curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, student
evaluations, and three letters of recommendation. Review of
applications will begin immediately and continue until the position