Job ID: 190410

Instructor - Department of Music - Division of College of Visual and Performing Arts (27240) (Multiple Positions)

Northern Illinois University

  • Jul. 18, 2022
 
  • Instructor - Department of Music - Division of College of Visual and Performing Arts (27240) (Multiple Positions)
  • Music
  • Northern Illinois University
    DeKalb, IL
 
  • Open until filled
  • Available immediately
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  • Lecturer/Instructor
  • Music - General
 
 

Overview
The NIU School of Music seeks two accomplished and dynamic instructors who are inspiring professionals with a record of significant achievement in their respective fields to teach courses in Recording Arts, Contemporary/Commercial Music and Production. In combination, the two instructors will develop and cover the curricular needs of the recording arts area.

Position Summary
The NIU School of Music seeks two accomplished and dynamic instructors to teach courses in Recording Arts, Contemporary/Commercial Music and Production who are inspiring professionals with a record of significant achievement in their respective fields. In combination, the two instructors will develop and cover the curricular needs of the recording arts area.
We envision one position focusing on Recording Arts and Production and the other on Songwriting and Production. Both faculty will supervise music industry and recording internships; advise on recording studio activities; work collaboratively with the director, faculty, staff, and students to advance the strategic direction of the program; and participate in recruitment and retention efforts of Recording Arts students.
The successful candidates will have strong communication skills, extensive knowledge of music industry and technology standards, and a vision for the Recording Arts program.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

We envision one position focusing on Recording Arts and Production and the other on Songwriting and Production. Both faculty will supervise music industry and recording internships; advise on recording studio activities; work collaboratively with the director, faculty, staff, and students to advance the strategic direction of the program; and participate in recruitment and retention efforts of Recording Arts students.

The successful candidates will have strong communication skills, extensive knowledge of music industry and technology standards, and a vision for the Recording Arts program.
Minimum Required Qualifications
A Master of Music or a Bachelor of Music degree and 5 years of professional experience is required; a demonstrated commitment to diversity and student success.


 
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