The George Mason University School of Music in Fairfax, VA, seeks a full-time Term Assistant Professor in Applied Voice (Classical), beginning August 21, 2018. George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment. This full-time assistant professor faculty artist-teacher term position is a renewable one-year appointment with appropriate salary and benefits. Responsibilities: Primary responsibilities include applied teaching of graduate and undergraduate music majors within the School of Music and recruitment of vocal students. Additional responsibilities include teaching courses such as diction, repertoire, pedagogy, or others, and coaching advanced students for recitals or competition appearances. Required Qualifications:
Minimum of a Master of Music degree or equivalent professional experience; Distinguished record of performance, teaching and artistry; Commitment to recruitment and to developing relationships with area, national, and international vocal professionals; Demonstrated success with teaching in the context of a liberal arts university; Ability to coach singers in standard Italian, German, French, and English; Strong interpersonal skills and vision; Willingness to participate fully with colleagues in faculty committees to further develop the School of Music and the College of Visual and Performing Arts; and Keyboard abilities suitable for private studio instruction are desirable.
Soprano preferred, other voice categories considered; and
DMA in Voice.