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Teach undergraduate and graduate courses within the Music Education curriculum, and develop a program of scholarship. Supervise and assist with the placement of student teachers. Advise both undergraduate and graduate students. A second area of specialization such as instrumental methods, conducting, or applied instruction will also be part of the teaching assignment. The successful candidate will be expected to engage in scholarly activities and build on existing cooperative relationships with schools and community partners. Service to the division, college, and university is also expected.
Knowledge, Skills & Qualifications :
PhD or EdD in Music Education or the equivalent is required; ABD at time of application considered if degree is completed by Fall 2016. Successful college level teaching experience preferred. Evidence of excellence in teaching in K-12 public schools required. Excellent interpersonal skills and evidence of strong scholarly potential required.
Located on the northern border of beautiful Downeast Maine, the University of Maine is the flagship campus of the University of Maine System and is the principal graduate institution in the state. It is the state’s land grant and sea grant university, enrolling over 11,000 students. Housed in the School of Performing Arts in the College of Arts and Sciences, the Music Division offers BM degrees in Music Education and Performance, a BA and a minor in Music, a minor in Jazz Studies, and a master of Music degree. The division is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music, and works with UMaine’s College of Education and Human Development with NCATE and CAEP accreditation. The majority of our students are Music Education majors. The Music Division also hosts over 20 ensembles and a highly regarded and popular summer youth music camp. Further information can be found at http://umaine.edu/spa/ .
The median annual Asst. Professor - Music salary is $54,021 with a range usually between $43,762-$71,701.
University of Maine
University of Maine
he University of Maine, established in Orono in 1865 under the provisions of the Morrill Act, is celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2015. As Maine’s land grant institution and sea grant college with a statewide mission of teaching, research, scholarship and economic development, and community engagement, the university extends the resources of its learning community to address the educational, economic, cultural and social needs of Maine.
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