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Theory OnlyEdit

Appalachian State University (deadline 12/5) Instructor/Assistant Professor of Music Theory

  • (1/17) Request to contact references.
  • (1/31) Request for campus interview

Appalachian State University (deadline 11/22) Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor (Spring 2018)

  • (1/3) Offer made and accepted

Bethesda University (no deadline listed, posted 1/23) Director of Doctor of Musical Arts

  • "The position of Director of Doctor of Musical Arts program requires an individual with excellent teaching skills for teaching any Music Theory class."

Christopher Newport University (deadline 10/27) Assistant Professor of Music (Music Theory)

  • (11/15) Colleague had interview
  • (1/17) Position has been filled.

Cleveland Institute of Music (deadline 1/12, but review begins immediately) Music Theory Faculty (x2)

  • (10/25) The ad is unusually vague on what materials to submit: "vita and relevant materials". Hopefully this gets updated for clarity.
  • (12/3) Request for additional materials (3x)
  • (1/19) Phone interview requested (x1)
  • (1/23) Campus visit requested (x1)

The Colburn School (open until filled, posted 1/8) Department Chair

  • Appears to be continuation of failed (?) search from last year.

Duquesne University (deadline 1/10) Assistant Professor of Music

  • (2/2) Skype interview held

Elon University (deadline 12/1) Assistant Professor, Music (Music Theory)

  • (12/04) Has anyone received an acknowledgment of their application?
  • (12/04) I did not--but I don't think that's atypical. Recall that this position had you send applications to an email address rather than use Interfolio or one of those services where the acknowledgement is built in. They probably don't have time to email an acknowledgment to everyone who applies.
  • (12/16) applications under review during winter break.
  • (1/23) Request for Skype interview. (x3)
  • (2/5) On-campus interviews scheduled

Green River College (deadline 3/8) Music Instructor - Tenure Track

  • "Green River College seeks a music instructor to teach first year music theory and aural skills (ear training), and courses in MIDI technology including music notation and sequencing programs."

Hobart & William Smith Colleges (deadline 3/8) Visiting Instructor/Assistant Professor of Music Theory

Indiana University (deadline 10/2) Assistant Professor, Music (Music Theory)

  • (10/23) Request for additional materials
  • (12/6) Request for Skype interview
  • (1/24) Request for campus interview (x2)

Indiana University-Purdue University Ft. Wayne (deadline 3/31) Continuing Lecturer in Music Theory

Lee University (open until filled, posted 18 January 2018) Faculty Position in Music Theory

  • nb: "Qualifications of the ideal candidate include...a commitment to Christian higher education and the integration of faith with teaching/learning."
  • (2/2) Request for phone interview

Mahidol University (open until filled, posted 1/10) Lecturer in Music Theory (starts May 2018)

  • "Teaching responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate courses in music theory, as well as coordination of theory and aural skills curricula."

New England Conservatory (open until filled, posted 2/5) Music Theory Faculty

  • Required materials include a sample syllabus for "Solfege I" for undergraduates

New York University (deadline 12/1, but review begins immediately) Assistant Professor of Music Theory, non-tenure track

  • 11/16 Deadline extended to 12/1
  • 01/07 Skype Interview Scheduled (x2)
  • 02/06 Contacted for on-campus interview (x2)

Northwestern University (deadline 9/15) Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Music Theory and Cognition

  • Does anyone know why this position is available? Are they expanding or has someone retired?
  • Someone is retiring in the program. 
  • The position was changed to open rank on 1 September.
  • 9/1 Changed the above link to point to the updated position description on the Northwestern website.
  • 11/19 No movement on this in the two months since the deadline?
  • 12/18 Apparently they're looking for a senior scholar - heard they had on-campus interviews (can anyone else confirm?)
  • 12/29 On-campus interviews have not yet taken place.
  • 2/20 Anything recent?

Ohio State University (deadline 11/8) Assistant Professor of Music Theory

  • (11/20) Request for additional materials (X2)
  • 12/6 Skype Interview
  • 12/28 On-campus interview scheduled
  • 2/14 Received email that job was accepted by another candidate

Raritan Valley Community College (open until filled, posted 10/5) Adjunct Instructor, Music Theory/Musicianship (Spring 2018)

Rhode Island College (deadline 12/20) Assistant Professor, Music Theory

  • 1/24 Phone Interview
  • 2/7 Campus interview scheduled

Rutgers University (deadline 11/27) Assistant Professor of Music Theory

  • 11/15 Does anyone know what the mysterious "other document" is? I have not received a reply from the search Chair.
  • 11/15 (2) I just uploaded another publication; I'm not going to get the job anyway, so might as well.
  • 12/15 Search suspended per email from Dean.

Stetson University (deadline 10/15) Assistant Professor of Music Theory

  • 10/31 Skype Interview Scheduled/request for additional materials

SUNY Albany (deadline 12/31) Assistant Professor of Music Theory

  • 2/6 Any movement here?
  • 2/17 Campus interview scheduled

Texas A&M University-Kingsville (open until filled, posted 11/7) Music Theory/Ear Training, Part-time

University of Alabama (deadline 10/16) Assistant Professor of Music Theory

  • 10/27 Skype Interview Scheduled
  • 11/23 On-campus interview scheduled
  • Offer accepted: Matthew Boyle (ABD, Indiana University)

University of Alberta (deadline 2/28) Faculty Lecturer in Theory and Aural Skills

University of Calgary (deadline 12/22) Sessional Instructor, Introduction to Music Theory for Non-Majors (Summer 2018)

University of Central Florida (deadline 1/16) Assistant Professor, Music Theory

  • (02/15) On-campus interview scheduled

University of Delaware (deadline 11/15) Assistant Professor of Music Theory

  • (12/14) Request for additional materials (X2)

University of Houston (no deadline listed, posted 2/6) Assistant Professor of Music Theory

  • 2/19 Review of applications begins March 1.

University of Manitoba (deadline 2/28) Assistant Professor in Music Theory

  • If direct link doesn't work, search for Requisition 01111

University of North Texas (deadline 12/1) Assistant Professor of Music Theory

  • (12/8) Request for additional materials (3x)
  • (2/1) Skype interview scheduled (2X)

University of Northern Colorado (deadline 11/15) Assistant Professor of Music Theory

  • (12/11) Request for interview (2x)
  • (1/26) On Campus interview scheduled

University of Notre Dame (deadline 3/12) Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor, Music Theory

University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley (deadline 1/8) Assistant Professor in Music Theory

  • 02/01 Phone interview scheduled
  • 02/14 On-campus interview scheduled

University of Utah (deadline 2/4, but review begins immediately) Assistant Professor in Music Theory

  • (2/7) Request for writing sample

Wabash College (review begins immediately, posted 6/7) Visiting Instructor or Assistant Professor of Music Theory (part-time, Spring 2018)

  • 10/16 Offered and accepted, Chris Renk, D.M. Indiana University.

Western University (deadline 1/8) Postdoctoral Associate in Music Cognition

Theory/Performance, etc.Edit

Ashland University (Open until filled, posted 11/7/17) Professional Instructor - Music

  • "The successful candidate will teach undergraduate courses for majors and non-majors to be selected from music theory, aural skills, composition, music technology and popular music."
  • 12/18 Phone Interview
  • 2/2 On-Campus Interview

Ball State University (deadline 12/16) Instructor of Music (full-time, Spring 2018)

  • "The School of Music at Ball State University invites applications for full-time semester instructors (beginning 8 January 2018) to teach music coursework in both the online and on-campus environment. Primary assignment will initially include teaching three sections MUHI 100 “Introduction to Music” and one section of Music Theory."

Bunker Hill Community College (deadline 2/8) Full-time tenure-track instructor of music

  • "Full-time instructor of Music in the Performing Arts Department. Responsible for the teaching and curriculum development of music courses, with emphasis on choral and vocal ensembles."

California Institute of the Arts (deadline 2/1) Conductor-Composer

  • "She/He/They must be a conductor-composer who is able to contribute to the school’s broadly integrated subject areas on all degree levels, including instrumental music as a performer-composer, composition and experimental sound practices, the core curriculum for undergraduates and other areas of the curriculum addressing the diverse range of musical styles and sources of inspiration exhibited among the student body."

Coventry University (deadline 11/9) Senior Lecturer in Music

  • "Successful candidates will undertake teaching assessment and delivery within our BA Music course. A particular focus on new, emerging and innovative forms of music practice and theory across a range of areas such as composition, performance, pedagogy, and musicology."
  • Also posted at Musicology/Ethnomusicology 2017-18.

Earlham College (no deadline listed, posted 10/19) Visiting Lecturer — Music (Spring 2018)

  • "The College seeks a gifted educator to teach the following three undergraduate courses as part of a bachelor-of-arts-in-music program within a liberal arts curriculum: The second and third semesters of Earlham's music theory sequence; and An introductory course in music technology. The position will entail other minor duties, such as making sure the computer-music lab is functioning properly."
  • 10/28 Phone Interview
  • 10/30 Offered and Accepted

Florida International University (deadline 12/15) Instructor of Music Theory and History

  • "Responsibilities and Expectations: Develop and teach courses in undergraduate music theory, sight-singing, ear-training, and music history; supervise and implement the SOM’s Student Success Initiative."
  • Also posted at Musicology/Ethnomusicology 2017-18.
  • This job has an inside candidate.

Fresno City College (deadline 3/12) Music Theory/Instrumental Instructor

Louisiana Tech University (review begins immediately, posted 12/14) Assistant Professor of Music – High Brass and Music Theory

  • "The primary responsibility of the high brass and music theory faculty member is to teach applied lessons for high brass, high brass methods, methods, the secondary year music theory sequence (written and aural skills), and other courses based on the candidate’s qualifications. "

Missouri Southern State University (deadline 11/27) Assistant Professor, Collaborative Piano and Music Theory

  • Also posted at Piano 2017-18.
  • From piano wiki: 12/14 References contacted
  • From piano wiki: 2/19 Teaching video requested
  • From piano wiki: 2/20 Skype interview requested

Monterey Peninsula College (deadline ) Music Instructor, Full-Time Tenure-Track

  • "The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching a range of Music classes. This will include conducting a major ensemble (instrumental or vocal) and teaching classes in first and second year Music Theory and Music Appreciation. Additionally, the candidates should have expertise in one or more of the following: Music Technology, Choral, Vocal, Instrumental Conducting, Jazz Studies, or World Music."
  • Also posted at Musicology/Ethnomusicology 2017-18.

NUI Galway (deadline 8/10) Senior Lecturer in Music

  • "The Senior Lecturer must have an ability and willingness to provide teaching in at least two of the areas required by Ireland’s Teaching Council: Instrumental and/or Vocal Performance; Harmony; Composition; Aural, Basic Keyboard and Music Technology Skills; Western Art Music and/or Irish Traditional Music"
  • Also posted at Musicology/Ethnomusicology 2017-18.

National Sun Yat-sen University (deadline 8/31) Full-time Faculty in Music

National Sun Yat-sen University (deadline 11/24) Full-time Faculty in Music

  • This appears to be a different position from the above posting.

New Saint Andrews College (review begins immediately, posted 2/14)

  • "This faculty position is responsible for teaching a part-time academic load to prepare students in biblical centered musicianship alongside applied music lessons in one of the following areas: piano, voice, or violin."
  • Also posted at Piano 2017-18.

Piedmont College (open until filled, posted 2/2) Assistant Professor (Music Theory/Piano)

  • "The ideal candidate will have experience in teaching college-level beginning and advanced music theory and aural skills, proven success in teaching group piano classes for music majors, and exemplary accompanying skills."
  • Also posted at Piano 2017-18.

Rochester Institute of Technology (deadline 8/21) Assistant Professor, Music Studies

  • "DMA or PhD. in Music Studies, completed prior to date of hire. Significant prior teaching experience at the college level. Research interests in music theory, music history and practice, pedagogy and new trends. College level orchestral directing experience. A willingness to collaborate with music related initiatives across the institute including IGM (Interactive Games and Media) and composing for media classes at CIAS (College of Imaging Arts & Sciences) ... "
  • Also posted at Musicology/Ethnomusicology 2017-18.

Saint Anselm College (deadline 10/1) Assistant Professor in Music

  • "Primary teaching responsibilities will depend on the candidate’s area of expertise, but could include introductory music courses, music history and theory sequence (including aural skills), individual music lessons, Computer Music, World Music, and interdisciplinary seminars for non-majors."
  • Also posted at Musicology/Ethnomusicology 2017-18.
  • From musicology wiki: Invitation for Skype interview (11/13)
  • From musicology wiki: Rejection email stating that campus finalists have been chosen (12/19)

Sierra College (deadline 2/14) Music Instructor, Full Time, Tenure Track

  • "Commencing Fall 2018, a full-time tenure-track faculty position will be available in the Music Department. Responsibilities include teaching a variety of music courses which may include vocal ensemble, music theory and music appreciation. Desirable Qualifications: Experience teaching music theory and practice"

South Puget Sound Community College (deadline 2/23) Music Professor, Choral Ensemble & Music Theory

  • "Direct college/community choral ensembles. Teach a range of courses in the music curriculum, including some combination of the following: music fundamentals, music theory, music history, music appreciation, ear training and sight-singing, class piano, applied lessons."

South Puget Sound Community College (deadline 2/23) Music Professor, Instrumental Ensemble & Music Theory

  • "Direct college and community orchestral ensembles. Teach a range of courses in the music curriculum, including some combination of the following: music fundamentals, music theory, music history, music appreciation, ear training and sight-singing, class piano, applied lessons."

Stony Brook University (deadline 11/3) Tenured or Tenure-Track Position in Music History/Theory/Ethnomusicology

  • "We have a particular interest in applicants whose research specialties intersect with one or more of these areas: music before 1600, gender and sexuality, critical race studies, or digital and new media practices. Candidates must hold a Ph.D, or have advanced ABD status, in Music History, Theory, or Ethnomusicology, and should be well-versed in both historical and theoretical domains."
  • Also posted at Musicology/Ethnomusicology 2017-18.
  • 10/26 Updated link to direct to the posting on Stony Brook jobs site, since it has slightly different instructions than the AcademicJobsOnline.org posting.
  • From musicology wiki: 12/1: Request for more materials (x2)
  • From musicology wiki: 2/5: Campus visits underway

University of Chester (deadline 11/14) Lecturer in Music

  • "The successful applicant will have a proven track record of lecturing in music, preferably in HE. It would be desirable if this teaching could span genres (across classical and popular) and a specialism in one or more of the following is desirable: popular music performance and practice; music production; performance studies; music theory; ensemble/choir directing; arranging; or musical theatre."

University of Dayton (deadline 12/1) Lecturer in Music (Music Theory and Technology)

  • 1/24: Phone interview scheduled
  • 02/14: On-campus interview scheduled

University of Florida (deadline 12/15) Assistant/Associate Professor in Bassoon/Music Theory-Aural Skills

University of Northern Iowa (deadline 12/4) Assistant Professor of Double Bass and Music Theory

University of Valley Forge (no deadline listed, posted 12/1) Assistant/Associate Professor of Music Education & Music Theory

  • "Teaching areas may include: Music theory (4 levels), aural skills (4 levels), fundamentals of music, music education courses, graduate music technology courses, oversight of graduate research projects (Theses), some applied teaching in area of expertise, other courses as needed based on qualifications."
  • Included in qualifications: "A member of an Assemblies of God church."

University of Valley Forge (no deadline listed, posted 12/1) Assistant/Associate Professor of Piano & Music Theory

  • "Teaching areas may include: Music theory (4 levels), aural skills (4 levels), fundamentals of music, applied piano, class piano I & II, piano pedagogy, other courses as needed based on qualifications"
  • Also posted at Piano 2017-18.
  • Included in qualifications: "A member of an Assemblies of God church."

Washington & Jefferson College (deadline 11/17) Visiting Artist/Scholar in Residence for Inclusion Initiatives

  • "Washington & Jefferson College seeks an experienced artist or scholar who can contribute to our inclusion and diversity initiatives on campus through teaching, dynamic out-of-class interactions with students and faculty, and a public event during a one-semester full-time residency. Candidates should possess a Master's degree or at least 5 years of professional experience; college level teaching experience preferred; a body of artistic work, research, or scholarship; and a willingness to engage with Washington & Jefferson students and colleagues on issues of inclusion and diversity."
  • Also posted at Musicology/Ethnomusicology 2017-18.

Western Illinois University (deadline 11/1) Music Assistant Professor, Theory/Class Piano

  • "RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach written and/or aural theory and class piano. Additional teaching assignments dependent upon qualifications and departmental need."
  • Also posted at Piano 2017-18.
  • From piano wiki: 12/14 Additional materials requested
  • From piano wiki: 2/19 References contacted

Theory/Composition, etc.Edit

Appalachian State University (deadline 3/1) Assistant Professor of Composition and Theory

California State University, Bakersfield (deadline 12/1) Assistant Professor of Music (Theory/Composition)

Centenary College (open until filled, posted 2/1) Assistant Professor of Music (Music Theory and Composition)

Columbia University (deadline 10/10) Mellon Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow/Lecturer

  • "Field(s) of Specialization: Open (Music Theory, Historical Musicology, Ethnomusicology, Composition)"
  • Also posted at Musicology/Ethnomusicology 2017-18.
  • From musicology wiki: (11/29) Notification of finalist status and on-campus interview scheduled

Georgia State University (deadline 12/15, but review begins immediately) Lecturer in Music Theory/Composition

  • (2/14) Skype interview requested

Gonzaga University (deadline 11/1) Assistant Professor, Music

  • (10/23) If I am reading the ad correctly, it looks like they're asking for a total of 6 references. Any thoughts on this?
  • (12/4) Skype interviews scheduled
  • (12/21) Campus interviews scheduled

Hong Kong Baptist University (deadline 1/1) Assistant Professor in Music (Theory/Composition)

Kenyon College (deadline 2/1) Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor of Music

Longy School of Music (review begins immediately, posted 10/5) Chair, Composition and Theory Department (part-time)

Mahidol University (open until filled, posted 1/10) Lecturer in Music Theory(/Composition) (starts May 2018)

  • "Teaching responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate courses in music composition and theory."
  • (2/11) Request for additional materials (2x)
  • (2/15) Request for video interview (x2)

Rhodes College (deadline 1/12) Assistant Professor of Music (Music Technology and Composition)/Director of Instrumental Studies

  • "The successful candidate will have a terminal degree in instrumental conducting or composition. Preference will be given to candidates whose creative practices include some of the following: teaching in Songwriting, Popular Music, Audio Engineering, Arts Entrepreneurship, and/or Ethnomusicology (African American Music in particular)."
  • (2/2) Request for video interview (x3)

Syracuse University (deadline 12/1) Assistant Professor, Composition/Theory

  • (11/7) This exact job was posted last year. Anyone know what happened?
  • (11/7) (2) I don't remember this from last year but the language in the ad strikes me as a bit odd. "The successful candidate is expected to have an emerging portfolio leading to the development of an international reputation, along with substantial public performances and recordings."
  • 11/8 Syracuse University did have a job posting for "Assistant Professor/Composition & Theory" open for Fall 2017, though nothing was posted on the wiki after "3/2 Additional materials requested" so I don't know what happened.
  • (11/15) It looks like a hire was made last year (Harold Meltzer), so this appears to be the rare case of a search two years in a row.

Texas Tech University (no deadline listed, posted 10/28) Assistant Professor of Composition & Music Theory

University of the Pacific (open until filled, review began 1/16) Assistant Professor of Composition/Music Theory

  • (1/22) this posting seems to have been removed from their website- any idea what's going on?
  • This job was not very widely advertised. It was posted on Inside Higher Ed on Friday which is where I saw it when I put it on the wiki, but has already been taken down. If I remember correctly, on the University of the Pacific HR site it looked like the posting had been up a while already, so maybe they aren't accepting any more applications, since review began the 16th. Or, maybe there was an error in the posting and it will come back up. -5120j
  • 1/25 Looks like option B, since the posting is back up, but it's now listed as Assistant/Associate.
  • 1/26 does anyone have information re. application deadline? The mention of review beginning 1/16 is removed from the job ad, as far as I can tell.
  • On 1/30, I still see "Application review begins January 16, 2018; position is open until filled." in the ad on the University HR site.

University of Utah (deadline 1/7, but review begins immediately) Assistant Professor in Composition/Music Theory

  • (1/26) additional materials requested (2x)
  • (2/6) Skype interview scheduled

Valparaiso University (deadline 12/11) Assistant Professor of Music (Theory/Composition)

  • (12/18) Email stating that review of applications has begun & applicants could expect contact again in mid/late January. (x2)
  • (1/21) Request for phone interview
  • (1/23) Rejection via email (X2)
  • (2/14) Request for campus interview

Wheaton College (deadline 2/22) Assistant Professor, Music

  • "We seek competencies in industry-standard software platforms, knowledge of hardware, and possibly a background in commercial music, to teach in our theory/analysis curriculum and to help develop course(s) in multimedia composition/recording."

Williams College (deadline 11/3) Visiting Assistant Professor in Composition and Music Theory

  • (1/14) Campus visit scheduled

Western Illinois University (deadline 11/1) Music Assistant Professor, Theory/Composition

  • (11/6) Request for additional materials (x3)
  • (11/7) Has anyone else had an issue uploading the additional materials to their system? It seems to have a limit of 10 documents.
  • (11/8) New email sent requesting materials to be sent directly to an email address (instead of the application system)
  • (12/6) References contacted
  • (12/10) Campus Interview Scheduled
  • (2/7) Rejection via email

Western Washington University (review begins 1/8) Assistant Professor of Composition and Theory

  • 2/17 Any info on this one?

Composition OnlyEdit

Berklee College of Music (deadline 10/2) Full-time Faculty, Composition Department

  • (11/27) No one has an update on this one? Almost 2 months after deadline...
  • (11/28) Rejection received (x2)
  • (2/12) Derek Hurst (PT faculty converted to FT), Brandeis PhD 2006

California State University, Northridge (deadline 1/8) Assistant Professor - Music

  • "The successful candidate will be expected to teach a variety of courses in media composition that may include film composition, songwriting, arranging and orchestrating, and directing a studio lab band. "

Colgate University (deadline 10/21) Assistant Professor of Composition

  • (10/24) Request for additional materials
  • (10/30) Phone interview scheduled
  • (11/8) Request for campus interview
  • (11/27) Rejection received, position offered to another candidate

Knox College (deadline 11/15) Assistant Professor of Music Composition

  • (12/1) Skype interview scheduled (x3)
  • (12/23) Request for campus interview

Harvard University (deadline 11/17) Assistant Professor in Composition

Louisiana State University (deadline 11/15) Assistant/Associate Professor - Composition

  • (12/8) Video interview scheduled
  • (2/9) Job offered and accepted (Mara Gibson, VAP LSU, PhD SUNY Buffalo 2001)

MacEwan University (deadline 2/1) Assistant Professor, Composition

Penn State University (review begins immediately, posted 9/21) Interim Instructor in Music Composition (Spring 2018)

Stanford University (deadline 10/1) Assistant Professor of Composition

  • (10/17) Request for additional materials
  • (11/13) Skype interview scheduled
  • (11/17) Campus interview schedule
  • (11/20) Rejection received

Stony Brook University (deadline 2/15) Assistant/Associate Professor of Composition

University of Calgary (deadline 12/29) Sessional Instructor, Composition IV (Winter 2018)

UC Santa Barbara (deadline 11/27) Temporary Part Time Lecturer in Music Composition

  • "The University of California Santa Barbara, College of Creative Studies (CCS), seeks a composer/scenic designer to be appointed as a temporary part-time lecturer at 33% time to teach during the winter quarter of 2017. This is a non-renewing, non-tenure track, non-ladder position, one-quarter appointment with the possibility of reappointment in future academic years depending upon performance and programmatic needs."

University of Central Florida (deadline 12/14) Assistant Professor, Music (Composition)

  • (2/8) Request for phone interview (x3)
  • (2/9) request for more material
  • (2/13) Phone interview scheduled

University of Chicago (deadline 11/15) CCCC 2018-2019 Postdoctoral Fellowship in Music Composition

  • 1/19 Posting canceled, please re-apply below.

University of Chicago (deadline 2/28) 2018-2019 Chicago Center for Contemporary Composition Postdoctoral Researcher

  • 1/19 This appears to be a 2nd postdoc position at the CCCC and not just a repost with a new deadline, since the title is slightly different. Anyone have inside info otherwise?
  • 1/19 (2) This is a repost with a new deadline, but the site for applying changed. Received email asking everyone who applied to re-apply because the official job title and University process changed. "After all applications were submitted but before they were under consideration, we were informed that a change was required to the type of appointment. We need to launch a new search using a different web platform and cannot consider any of the materials you have already carefully submitted to us."

University of Liverpool (deadline 8/31) Lecturer in Composition Grade 7 (0.25 fte)

University of Missouri (no deadline listed, posted 10/17) Assistant Professor of Music Composition and Assistant Director of the Mizzou New Music Initiative

  • (12/20) Request for additional materials
  • (1/10) Skype interview request

University of North Texas (deadline 2/15) Assistant Professor - Media Arts and Composition

  • "The Department of Composition Studies is searching for an Assistant Professor whose duties may include but are not limited to the following: teach applied composition lessons and related courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels with an emphasis in music for film, video games, and other media."

University of Northern Colorado (deadline 10/1) Assistant Professor of Jazz Composition

University of Oxford (Bodleian Libraries) (deadline 2/12) Albi Rosenthal Visiting Fellowship in Music, 2018-19

Composition/Music TechnologyEdit

Aalto University (deadline 3/13) Professor of Practice in Sound in Virtual Reality

  • This is a fixed 5-year term position in Finland with the title of Professor of Practice. Typically, that position relies more on creating new work than teaching/research duties. No skills in Finnish are required.
  • "Merits in development of spatial audio technologies will be emphasized in the selection process: the applicant is expected to have significant achievements that, in terms of qualifications, are comparable to a doctoral level degree. A good knowledge of signal processing, psychoacoustics, and room acoustics is assumed. In addition, a good knowledge of contemporary artistic and design practices is beneficial, as well as practical experience in the fields of sound design and virtual reality. Excellent communication skills in English are required."

Albright College (deadline 1/31) Assistant Professor of Music (Music Technology/Composition)

  • 2/16 Skype interview

Arizona State University (deadline 11/27) Tenure track Assistant Professor in Art/Science Nexus

  • "Arizona State University’s School for the Future of Innovation in Society (SFIS) in partnership with the ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts (HIDA) seek an assistant professor (tenure track) scholar/practitioner who works at the art/science nexus. We seek someone who thinks about futures, possible worlds, and the governance of innovation by combining artistic and technoscientific methods, transforming disciplinary practice and considering real-world impacts. We especially seek candidates with professional experience who accomplish these outcomes by inventing new technologies, genres of dialogue, narrative, performance and/or events – imagining futures and creating fresh techniques for imagining futures."

Bates College (deadline 3/1) Lecturer in Music

  • "The Music Department of Bates College announces a one-year four-fifths position as Lecturer in Music for a composer with strong skills in computer and digital music, starting on August 1st, 2018. Other areas of specialization may include sound art, game music, hardware design or instrument making. Candidates should have a strong command of digital and computer music practices, such as programming in Max/MSP, SuperCollider or other programs, audio recording, composition, and other relevant expertise."

Berklee College of Music (open until filled) Assistant Director of Technology

California State University, East Bay (deadline 10/2) Assistant Professor of Music (Musicianship/Composition/Technology)

  • (11/16) Any word on this one?
  • (11/20) none. i know two people who applied, both with degrees from excellent schools, and neither one of them has heard a word.
  • (12/04) phone interview scheduled (x4)
  • (1/17) Any update on this?
  • (1/30) Campus interview scheduled
  • (2/15) An errant email to the department chair, apparently sent to everyone that applied but not to the administrator for whom it was intended, states that a single candidate has been recommended to the administration. A separate email requested that readers “disregard this email and be advised that the search is ongoing and the position remains open until filled.”

Carleton College (deadline 11/15) Assistant Professor of Music (Composition/Music Technology)

  • (12/15) Skype interview scheduled
  • (12/15) Rejection via email (x4)
  • (1/16) Campus interview scheduled

Colorado College (deadline 11/15) Assistant Professor, Music Technology

  • (12/8) Skype interview scheduled

The College of St. Rose (open until filled, posted 10/18) Assistant Professor of Music Industry (Songwriting/Composition)

  • "The successful candidate will teach courses in songwriting, applied lessons in the Songwriting/Composition concentration, and facilitate student recording projects and performances. The candidate may also teach special elective courses on topics in the music industry."

Columbia University (deadline 1/15) Assistant/Associate Professor of the Arts or Assistant/Associate Professor of Professional Practice of the Arts in Sound Art

  • "The successful candidate will have a vibrant studio practice in sound art with a demonstrated ability to teach and mentor graduate students. The incumbent will oversee the Sound Art Program working closely with faculty in the Department of Music's Center for Computer Music and the Visual Arts faculty in the School of the Arts. Candidates may be appointed on professional practice or tenure track at the discretion of the Dean."
  • (2/9) Additional materials requested

Columbia University (open until filled, posted 11/29) Assistant Director of the Computer Music Center

  • "Reporting to the Director of the Computer Music Center (CMC), the assistant director is responsible for supervising and managing the operation of a complex array of uniquely configured computer-music systems necessary to undergraduate and graduate course offerings, and to faculty or visiting researchers and composers."
  • Please note this is a staff/admin job, not faculty.

Cornell University (deadline 1/15) Postdoctoral Associate in Computational Music Theory Pedagogy

  • "We are particularly interested in candidates whose primary research involves music theory pedagogy, who are passionate about improving student learning and exploring new ways of teaching, and who have a strong background in computer science. Fluency in Python and JavaScript is highly desirable, as are strong musicianship skills, proficiency at the keyboard, and familiarity with a wide range of musical idioms and current music-theoretical methods such as schema theory and neo-Riemannian theory."
  • (02/09) Skype interview scheduled

Durham University (deadline 3/16) Postdoctoral Research Associate in Music

  • "A Postdoctoral Research Associate position is available to pursue research in the field of computer music within Durham University’s Music Department. The position is associated with the project ‘MIMIC: Listening to the Future, Learning through Machines: A New Artificial Intelligence Platform for Music Computing’, which is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and will see the creation of new web browser based resources for computer musicians."

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (no deadline listed, posted 11/30) Assistant Professor in Music and Arts Technology

  • "The successful candidate will teach graduate and undergraduate music technology courses, support the integration of music technology and music therapy through an innovative research focus, and develop and coordinate a robust piano/keyboard laboratory program for majors and non-majors. Successful candidates will also work collaboratively with music technology and music therapy faculty to advance research relevant to the departmental mission. Preference will be given to candidates with a focus on education through music technology. Applicants must have a terminal degree (Ph.D. or equivalent)."
  • (02/15) Skype interview scheduled

Mahidol University (open until filled, posted 1/10) Lecturer in Music Composition and Theory (Electronic Composition Focus) (starts May 2018)

  • "Teaching responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate courses in music composition and theory, and coordination and expansion of course offerings in electronic composition."
  • (2/11) Request for additional materials (2x)
  • (2/16) Skype interview scheduled (x2)

Massey University (deadline 8/23) Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Music Technology

Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (deadline 8/6) Lecturer in Music (Interactive Composition)

Middlesex University (deadline 11/30) Lecturer in Music (Music Technology / Composition) (.6 FTE)

Mills College (deadline 1/15) Assistant Adjunct Professor in Music (Full-time, 1-year)

  • "Candidates should have a strong command of contemporary electronic music practices, such as programming in Max/MSP, SuperCollider or other programs, audio recording, composition, and other relevant expertise. In rotation with current faculty, the subjects taught may include electronic music, computer music, video programming, recording techniques, composition and improvisation."
  • 2/6 Skype interview scheduled

MIT (deadline 12/1) Assistant Professor - Design and Arts

  • "The Media Lab welcomes applications from candidates interested in establishing research programs in: music, performance, arts, design, food, fashion, architecture, games, narratives, experiences (healing, transformational, connective, etc.), things we have not thought of, or any combination thereof."

MIT (deadline 12/15) Lecturer I, Music Technology

Montclair State University (open until filled, posted 8/28) Assistant Professor of Music Technology

New College of Florida (deadline 11/15) Assistant Professor of Digital Media Arts

  • 11/2 Is the deadline really 11/1? The actual job portal says 11/15. Any ideas?
  • 11/3 Yes, the listing on the HR site says review begins 11/1 but the listing on the jobs portal says 11/15. You could email HR or the committee chair to clarify.
    • 11/6 In fact this is what I did! I was informed that the deadline has been pushed to the 15th. Happy hunting!
  • 12/6 received note acknowledging receipt and clarifying timeline
  • 1/9 skype interview scheduled (x4)
  • 1/24 Campus interview scheduled

The New School (deadline 12/15) Assistant Professor of Music Technology (non-tenure track)

New York University (deadline 12/1, but review begins immediately) Assistant Professor of Music Technology

  • 1/10 skype interview scheduled

Northeastern University (deadline 11/03) Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Music Technology

  • 10/27 Anybody know of more specifics with regards to job requirements? The MTech program as it currently stands is focused on composition. However, they didn't state that teaching composition would be a requirement. In fact the job ad is rather nebulous.
  • 12/3 Any movement here?
  • 12/5 NEU Music department will be looking for a computer programming and DSP- hardware software design, rather than a composer, as they already have few senior composers in the department. They will be looking for an engineer.

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (deadline 9/1) Associate Professor in Music Technology

  • 2/11 Position is no longer active as per site.

Portland Community College (deadline 12/8) Instructor, Professional Music and Sonic Arts

  • "The Department of Music & Sonic Arts at Portland Community College's Cascade Campus seeks a full-time, permanent instructor. Fusing studies in music, science, coding, and design, Music & Sonic Arts serves traditional and non-traditional musicians excited to explore the limits of what is technologically and artistically possible with new instruments, new sounds, and new methods of performance and composition."
  • 1/31 Phone interview scheduled.
  • 2/19 Campus interview scheduled.

Princeton University (review begins immediately, posted 12/8) Part-time Lecturer (Spring 2018)

  • "The ideal candidate will have demonstrated ability to teach an electronic composition workshop class, in the context of the traditional sound studio. Emphasis will be on the student's creative work, composing both "fixed media" works and live electronic/laptop music. "

Texas Tech University (no deadline listed, posted 10/27) Assistant Professor of Commercial Music Composition & Production

Towson University (deadline 11/15) Assistant Professor of Music Technology

  • 2/8 Skype interview
  • 2/16 Campus interview scheduled

Ulster University (deadline 9/8) Lecturer in Music

  • "The postholder will undertake teaching, research, and administrative duties across a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, with particular responsibilities in Community Music. S/he will have an additional specialism in at least one of the following: Music Technology, Musicology, Music Psychology, Composition, Performance."
  • Also posted at Musicology/Ethnomusicology 2017-18.

University of California, Berkeley (deadline 11/20) Assistant Professor - Music Technology

University of Canterbury (deadline 1/28) Head of New Music: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Music

  • Deadline listed as 28 January 2017, but since the job was posted on January 5, 2018 (which you can verify from the main jobs page under "view latest jobs"), this is likely a typo.

University of Edinburgh (deadline 3/12) Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Creative Audio Programming and Computer Music Systems

  • "Candidates will have a demonstrable research and teaching expertise in any area of audio programming or computer music systems, with an emphasis on low-level audio programming and/or scripting skills (C++/C Sharp/Python), which will help prepare students both for further study in music technology or success in the industrial audio engineering/ creative music technology sector."

University of Edinburgh (deadline 9/25) Teaching Fellow in Music - Sound and Algorithmic Composition

University of Oslo (deadline 2/15) Associate Professor in Music Technology

University of Sussex (deadline 11/16) Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Music Technology

The University of Texas at Austin (deadline 12/1) Artist-Teacher of Composition and Electronic Music and Director of Electronic Music Studios

  • 1/15 Finalists chosen

University of Wolverhampton (deadline 8/17) Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Music Technology (.5 FTE)

Wabash College (review begins immediately, posted 6/7) Visiting Instructor or Assistant Professor of Electronic Music (part-time, Spring 2018)

  • 10/16 Offered and accepted, Chris Renk, D.M. Indiana University.

Winston-Salem State University (deadline 2/15) Assistant Professor (Music Technology)

  • "Primary Responsibilities and Duties: Teaching undergraduate music major courses in technology. Teaching undergraduate general education courses, and other courses as needed. Teach applied studio in woodwinds or strings."

General DiscussionEdit

  • 8/10: In case anyone is wanting to keep track there's a music administration wiki now as well.
  • 8/13: Question: is there a collated list of music fields with a jobs Wiki?
  • 8/14: The most complete list is here (all disciplines): Application Year 2017-18. For music, there are wikis for Theory/Composition, Musicology/Ethnomusicology, Piano, and now Music Administration. Last year there was a Percussion wiki but it didn't get used much and I'm not sure if it will continue into this year.
  • 9/25: Question: Can we add a counter like the Musicology Job Wiki for demographics?
  • 9/25: Done - added below. Please add any other categories that you would find useful to track. -5120j
  • 9/26: Could guidelines be given for what counts as "a recent PhD"?
  • 9/27: The musicology wiki has never spelled this out specifically so I'm not sure ... maybe, degree granted within the last three academic years? -5120j
  • 10/5: I've updated the counter to distinguish between DMAs and PhDs. You may need to change your response if you assumed "PhD" included all doctorates.
  • 10/6: From the moderator: Since there is no way that all 30-something people who have already voted are going to come back and update their votes, I've changed the wording to show that "PhD" included/includes both PhDs and DMAs. For next year's hiring cycle, I will separate out the degrees from the beginning, but for this year, trying to change it at this point will render the numbers meaningless. -5120j
  • 1/18/18: Any new ideas about getting reimbursement for travel expenses? I’m still trying to get reimbursed for traveling for a job interview over the summer. I submitted receipts immediately and this has worked in previous searches (except one). In this case, once in person and twice by email, the search chair said my request would be submitted to the dean.I followed up by email once a month for four consecutive months.  All of my correspondence has been friendly and cordial in both directions. Yet my last two emails received no response. Is there any way to go about this that does not seem pushy, or cause more embarrassment or awkwardness? Looking at it the other way: is there any reason that a college/university should stick by a commitment to an individual (a job applicant) who has absolutely no leverage over them? There's no such thing any more as expecting people or institutions to actually do what they're supposed to do? Is that the situation now?:  that candidates are expected to pay the expense of travel even when the opposite is claimed? 
  • 1/18/18 (2). The next time you follow up, I'd cc the dean and department chair.
  • 1/19 Sorry this has happened to you! They absolutely should pay if they promised reimbursement of your expenses. Have you been corresponding just with the search chair or with their or the department's admin assistant? If the former, I recommend trying to find the contact info for either the chair's/department's assistant or (better) the dean's assistant. Processing reimbursement requests/receipts is (likely) their job, not the search chair's. Maybe the assistant never got your receipts from the faculty member, or they got mis-filed/stuck in a pile of papers, or the office that cuts checks is waiting for some obscure piece of paperwork from you but no one thought to tell you. And at this point I'd try calling over email - though if it's someone you haven't contacted before, maybe email once and then follow up on the phone 1 or 2 days later. An email is too easy to ignore or let fall by the wayside. If it's awkward (and it probably will be), remember they are the ones making this awkward; you're making a perfectly reasonable request. Good luck!!
  • 1/19 (2)Thanks for your advice. But look, you people really don’t get it: once you are somehow neglected (by being thus “ghosted” for instance) in a professional situation, there’s no way out, because making anyone else aware of the neglect (or other mistreatment) is bound to make someone else look bad, and that will eventually come back to bite you. Those of us on the fringes can’t afford to even slightly irritate or even subliminally ruffle the feathers of anyone. If we did offend anyone (even while being “in the right”), we’d suffer the consequences probably without ever finding out how and when we suffered them.  (It’s all kept secret, including the passive aggressive abuse.) What a beautiful world. 
  • 1/22 I get feeling despondent and powerless, but in my experience, what you said 1/19 is simply not true. First of all, usually, the people in charge of reimbursement have nothing to do with the search at all—don't feel like this is a test. The search committee, and even accountants (har har), are human beings—they'll probably be moritifed that you were overlooked for so long, and will just feel apologetic to you, not angry for being uppity. This level of deference to the people in charge of the search is definitely a symptom of how much people in contingent and marginalized positions are often abused and traumatized for sure. But channel the most white-dude-entitled-senior-professor-emeritus you know, and (without being rude) stand up for yourself. <3

School-Specific DiscussionEdit

  • 8/24 I removed the listing for Pacific Lutheran University (Assistant Professor & Director of Jazz Studies) as it is outside the scope of this wiki. If anyone is interested, here is the job (deadline 11/1): Pacific Lutheran University
  • 8/24 (2) I wouldn't presume to do it myself, but perhaps an "Etc." category by itself is in order. I'm thinking of jobs that have tangential requirements for either theory or composition in the descriptions. The job above, with expertise in jazz theory/history among the desired interests, would then apply. 
  • 8/25 I do already post some jobs like this under "Theory/Performance, Etc." My rule of thumb is that the job has to require that the applicant has a degree in either Music Theory or Composition. If the job requires that the applicant have a degree in something else (Jazz, in the current example) with Music Theory or Composition as a secondary area (like as a doctoral minor field), I don't post it, since I believe that the primary audience for this wiki is people who hold a PhD or DMA in the two areas mentioned in the title (Music Theory and Composition). If I'm incorrect about the wiki audience and there is interest in tracking jobs where music theory and/or composition are more secondary - where the primary degree required is in performance or something else - I'm willing to change the current policy. But the number of jobs eligible for posting at that point will increase exponentially. Personally I think the wiki is more useful when its scope is kept narrowly defined. -5120j (moderator)
MacEwan U
  • 1/4  I have been wondering at this for a while: is it a waste of time applying to a Canadian institution as a U.S. citizen/resident if one isn't expressly invited to apply? I never see a non-Canadian/ Canada resident get a publicly posted job before. Please say I'm wrong about this...
  • 1/4 (2) It's hard to generalize, but in this particular posting it clearly states that Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. When in doubt you can email the contact in the posting: their response is usually telling. 
  • 1/5 OP here. I believe it's a legal requirement for Canadian institutions to employ Canadians as a preference. The wording at the end of the description is standard fare (much like diversity statements in the U.S.)
  • 1/25 But it's not unheard of for Americans or Europeans to get jobs in Canada. They'll take an exceptional American candidate over a Canadian one.  Although, any Canadians applying have also studied at the IVY leagues in the States and in Europe, so in the end, there isn't much difference in academic background. At McGill, most of the theory faculty are Americans. For composition, though, it tends to be mainly Canadians that get hired.
  • 1/26 Yes, Canadian citizens get preference, primarily in Composition hires. When I was an undergrad at McGill, the search for what is now Harman's job had piles of American applications, which, to quote a senior professor there, were "swept into the trash", and with great regret. That said, when I applied to the job at UToronto last year, as a Canadian with an Ivy League degree, I wasn't shortlisted. The in-person interviews went exclusively to Canadians with Canadian PhDs/DMAs. How's that for provincial?
Stetson/Williams
  • 11/5 Can anyone provide more information on the Stetson search? Specifically I noticed that this year they have a tenure-track position, while in 2016 they posted a VAP, in 2015 a tenure-track, in 2014 a tenure-track, and in 2013 a tenure-track. Is this University's music theory area greatly expanding? Or are theorists leaving this position very quickly? If the latter is true, can anyone comment on why? 
  • 12/4 Can't comment specifically on Stetson, but there are a good number of schools where people come and go.  It's just the reality of the field.  There are also certain schools like Williams that offer the same visiting position year in and year out.  For Williams this is a way to hire people cheaply: to not pay them what they are owed: to take advantage of people. 
  • 12/4 That is good to know about Williams. Are there other jobs like Williams? As someone on the job market for the first time, and who also has a family, I would genuinely rather use my skills and experience from the PhD outside of academia than spend the time applying to positions that abuse workers like that. I don't mind teaching at a school that has a one-year replacement vacancy, or that needs someone last minute and it's too late to request/acquire a new line. But I don't want to drag my family across the country to a place that operates in a system like that.
Western Washington
  • 12/11 Says here that review for the Western Washington position begins on 12/15/17, but their job listing says 1/8/18. Anybody know where the 12/15 date came from? Just curious. Thanks.
  • 12/12 Not sure - I checked a couple sites and they all say 1/8. Probably just a typo. I fixed it above. -5120j
New England Conservatory (NEC)
  • 2/6 NEC doesn't have rank or tenure. Understanding that conditions will vary by institution, I have two questions about these types of positions: 1) What can one expect with regard to teaching load, research expectations, contract length, job security, and academic freedom? 2) Are salaries markedly different than those of tenure-granting institutions?
  • 2/8 I'm not familiar with NEC, but at similar institutions I have more knowledge of, I'd say it's something like this. Teaching load is high to moderately high. Research expectations are non-existent (although many faculty will do great research anyway, and may receive some support for it). Contract length is short-term, but many such positions offer virtual tenure in that you can expect reappointment. There are no explicit protections regarding academic freedom, but the administration probably isn't reading your stuff anyway. Salaries are highly variable—they can be competitive with tenure-granting institutions, but may not be.
University of Utah
  • 2/8 First time on the market, so I was just wondering... when a school like UU says to submit applications by 2/3 (that is, before 2/4) to be fully considered, but then requests additional materials from someone four days later, did the search committee really consider applications submitted by 2/3? Will there be a rolling request for additional materials? The two hiring committees I sat on as a student didn't begin compiling applications until the close date, so this timeline seems strange to me. Can anyone offer insight?
  • 2/8 (2): Trying to read the tea leaves of, and applying timeline-based logic to, an academic search will only bring you unnecessary anxiety and confusion; nothing good comes from it. It is possible that the school already had someone in mind for the job, perhaps a Visiting Prof or an adjunct. It is also possible that the search committee buckled down, divided up the applications, and was given the charge of coming up with shortlists in a matter of days. It is also possible that a combination of both scenarios could be in play, or one of many other possible situations. To your second question, it's also possible that they would ask for other materials on a rolling basis. When I was hired into my current position, they had already offered someone the job (I wasn't even part of the original pool of finalists), but that person said no to the job and here I am. In short, anything can happen or be true; however, most of the time the committee doesn't go back or do these later rounds on a rolling basis. At the risk of sounding cold (trust me, I've asked your question several times in the past), I would say that if you see on here that the search has advanced to additional materials or another type of later round, and there's not an email in your inbox asking for those materials, then just let it go and move on. Use the mental energy on something you enjoy :)
  • 2/9 For what it's worth, I was one of those who received an additional materials request, and I'm glad I wasn't the only one to notice something odd about the search. I was asked to respond to a set of written questions about music technology - something that was nowhere to be found in the original job advertisement. If the job was supposed to require that skill set, why not advertise it in the first place and potentially attract more applications from composers whose expertise is in music technology?
  • 2/9(2) - Above posters -- Are you talking about the theory position or the composition/theory position?
    • 2/10 This is the composition/theory position.
  • 2/14 Thank you for the kind words in response to the original post. I asked the original question, and I was referring to the theory position, not the composition/theory position.
Wheaton College
  • 2/13  Note that this is NOT the religious Wheaton College, which is a conservative Christian school in Illinois that offers a BM. This Wheaton is a secular liberal arts college in Massachusetts that offers a BA. The schools are unrelated. 
  • 2/15 Although this job doesn't really fit perfectly in any of the set job categories on this page (since it includes duties in theory, composition, and technology), I'm deleting the duplicate posting in the Composition/Technology category, so that all updates will stay in one place. -5120j

Wiki CounterEdit

  • Check all that apply

I am a theorist: 22

I am a composer: 34

I am a little of both: 15

I am currently in a TT position: 16

I am currently in a VAP/Lecturer position: 18

I am currently a Postdoctoral Fellow and on the market:

I am currently adjuncting and on the market: 15

I am a recent PhD/DMA and on the market: 13

I am a no-longer-so-recent PhD/DMA and on the market: 18

I was denied tenure and am back on the market:

I am a senior tenured scholar looking for a better position:

I am a tenured or tenure-track professor whose position has been cut:

I am working outside of the academy: 10

I am ABD and on the market: 15

I am ABD and no longer on the market: 1

I am not on the market but am an interested observer: 10

I am a member of a search committee: 4