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Schools with Accepted OffersEdit

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  • Institution Name: -- First Name Last Name -- YYYY (or ABD) Doctoral Institution -- Current Position, if applicable
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  • If an institution had multiple positions open this year, please indicate the position in parentheses.
  • For non-ABD faculty without PhDs, please indicate the terminal degree under the PhD column.
  • Please only list positions filled by musicologists/ethnomusicologists in this chart. Positions filled by non-musicologists should/can be noted on the main job listing below (with their degree in parentheses), but this chart is designed to demonstrate which ethnomusicology/musicology programs are placing their graduates.
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Hiring Institution New Faculty PhD Date, Institution Current Position (if different)
Beloit College Darci Sprengel ABD, UCLA The American University in Cairo

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Jobs for 2018 Edit

Note: in keeping with prior practice, "Jobs for 2018" shall be interpreted as covering jobs that fall into the 2017-2018 application cycle for jobs starting during the North American / UK 2018-2019 Academic Year. Although exact start times will vary, this will generally include any positions starting between January 2018 and April 2019, and can include such things as 1-term visiting professorships, temporary lecturer opportunities, etc. Listings accidentally placed here but belonging to a preceding or following academic year will be moved appropriately.

In keeping with discussion on the previous year's wiki page, this listing welcomes postings about jobs from institutions around the world, including but not limited to: full-time tenure track faculty, full-time non-tenure track faculty, full-time community college faculty, and part-time/adjunct faculty appointments. (We do not currently post listings for part-time adjunct pools, only for specific part-time/adjunct positions.)


American University of Beirut: Mary Fox Whittlesey Visiting Professorship in Music (Deadline: 15 November 2017)Edit

  • The Department of Fine Arts and Art History at the American University of Beirut invites applications for the 2018-2019 Mary Fox Whittlesey Visiting Professorship in Music to begin August 15, 2018.
  • The Whittlesey Visiting Professorship is a one-year non-renewable position that is intended to expand our curricular offerings in areas not normally covered in the department. Suitable offerings include:
Musical Theater
Film Music
Music and Politics
Popular Music
Ethnomusicology, especially Asia, Africa and/or the Middle East
Philosophy of Music
Music Psychology
Music Cognition
  • Applicants should hold a terminal degree.
  • The Department offers both major and minor degrees in Art History and Studio Arts and minor degrees in Theatre and Music. The successful applicant will be expected to teach two to three courses per semester depending on academic rank, and contribute to the development of the department. The language of instruction is English.
  • Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.
  • Interested candidates should send a letter of application, a Curriculum Vita, a statement on teaching philosophy, two sample syllabi to as_dean@aub.edu.lb. In addition, applicants should arrange for three referees to directly send their recommendation letters to the same email address.

Amherst College: Assistant Professor, American Music (Deadline: 15 November 2017)Edit

  • Amherst College: Faculty Search: Department of Music
  • Assistant Professor, American Music
  • Location: Amherst, MA
  • The Amherst College Department of Music invites applications for a full-time tenure-track appointment in American music at the rank of assistant professor that will begin on July 1, 2018.
  • In seeking a colleague who connects scholarship and/or creative work to innovative pedagogies in an interdisciplinary liberal arts environment, we particularly encourage applications from specialists in African American and/or Latinx musical traditions. The teaching load is two courses per semester. The successful candidate will be expected to offer introductory and advanced courses on the history, ethnography, performance, composition, and/or production of American music and to supervise senior honors projects.
  • A Ph.D. or D.M.A is required by the time of appointment.
  • A cover letter, CV, teaching statement, and three confidential letters of reference should be submitted electronically to https://apply.interfolio.com/44242. We invite applicants to submit up to three examples of scholarly and/or creative work at https://apply.interfolio.com/44242 as well.
  • Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2017, and continue until the position is filled.
  • Posted to AMS-L 8/29.

Appalachian State University: Visiting Assistant Professor in Appalachian Studies (American Traditional Music) (Deadline: 31 October 2017)Edit

  • The College of Arts & Sciences at Appalachian State University invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor, a three-year position in Appalachian Studies.
  • The position would support undergraduate and graduate instruction. This work includes teaching three courses per semester and coordinating the MA in Appalachian Studies degree, including recruiting students. Recruitment duties include arranging campus visits for prospective MA students, advising applicants about important deadlines, and reviewing all graduate applications.
  • We seek a faculty member who is an effective communicator, collaborator, and advocate for Appalachian Studies. Successful candidates must demonstrate the ability to work well across academic programs and disciplines. Candidates should have a successful record of teaching, advising, and research related to the Appalachian region. Candidates should hold the Ph.D. or terminal degree in a field related to American traditional music; should have excellent organizational skills; a proven commitment to excellence in teaching, scholarship, and regional service; and leadership abilities. The appointment starts July 1, 2018. Applications from underrepresented populations are encouraged.
  • Position duties include: Organizing recruiting strategies for the MA program. Guiding MA applicants through the Graduate School's admission process and serving as liaison to ASU's Gratis D. Williams Graduate School. Advising graduate students of deadlines and requirements for comprehensive exams, theses, internships, scholarships, and assistantships. Providing first-year orientation and professional development workshops for students. Planning for student participation in annual Appalachian Studies Association conferences. Coordinating with academic programs on campus to develop a schedule of Appalachian Studies classes each fall and spring semester. Advising undergraduate minors, graduate minors, and graduate certificate students.
  • To apply, please send
(1) a letter of application explaining your reasons for applying, highlighting work that reflects your effectiveness in recruiting/organizing, advising, community engagement, teaching, and your research interests, and
(2) a curriculum vitae, including names and contact information of three references.
  • Please send the application electronically (as one .pdf attachment, labeled with your name) to the search chair, William R. Schumann, schumannwr@appstate. edu, with the subject line: Visiting Assistant Professor search. Review of complete applications will begin October 31 and will continue until the position is filled.

Arizona State University: Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology/Musicology (Deadline: 01 December 2017)Edit

  • The School of Music in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University seeks an exceptional artist-scholar in the area of Ethnomusicology/Musicology for a full-time tenure track appointment at the assistant professor level beginning fall 2018.
  • The School of Music seeks applicants who can contribute a unique voice and excellent teaching to the Ethnomusicology/Musicology program. We seek a candidate who will complement and augment the strengths of our current musicology faculty. The successful candidate will be expected to pursue and maintain a high level of creative research, teach musicology courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels including those in the core curriculum, collaborate with faculty colleagues in recruiting students and in the development of curricular initiatives, mentor graduate students, and engage in professional service.
  • Required Qualifications:
Completed PhD in Music with a specialization in Ethnomusicology/Musicology;
Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the college level; and,
Significant record of scholarly achievement, as demonstrated through peer-reviewed publications and/or presentations.
  • Desired Qualifications:
Research specialization in popular or traditional world musics from any time period;
Demonstrated excellence in teaching at both graduate and undergraduate levels;
Interest in developing innovative curricula and imagining new possibilities for student and community engagement with musicology;
Evidence of creative applications of technology in pedagogy or online teaching and/or course development;
Experience with one or more improvisational traditions;
Demonstrated interest in interdisciplinary and/or collaborative research within and outside of the arts; and
Evidence of a commitment to diversity in teaching and recruitment, research and creative activity, and service.
  • Instructions to Apply: Please submit a letter of interest addressing research and creative activity, teaching, and professional service experience. The letter of interest should also address the candidate’s vision for a 21st century ethnomusicology/musicology curriculum that embraces musical diversity and new technologies. Include curriculum vitae, three confidential letters of reference, and three examples of scholarly work. One of these examples may be an alternative documentation of scholarly creative work (e.g., an edited DVD documenting field work; a catalog documenting a curated exhibition; curated documentation of a festival). Letters of reference must be sent directly from the author via Interfolio. Video and/or audio samples must be submitted via links to media sharing websites (ex. YouTube, Vimeo, SoundCloud, etc.).
  • All applications must be submitted electronically via https://apply.interfolio.com/45542
  • Application Deadline: The application deadline is December 1, 2017; if not filled, reviews will occur every two weeks thereafter until the search is closed.

Aurora University: Adjunct Faculty (online) – Music (Deadline: None listed, posted 22 August 2017)Edit

  • Aurora University Online is looking for adjunct faculty to teach online music courses, particularly Exploring Music. Exploring Music has the “aim of increasing active listening skills, components of musical composition and history.”
  • A Master’s degree in music or a closely related field is required, and a terminal degree is preferred. Online teaching experience is strongly preferred, and course development experience is a plus.
  • Please email resume or curriculum vitae, plus cover letter stating the specific areas you are interested in teaching to: adjunctfaculty@aurora.edu

Bard College: Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Ethnomusicology (Deadline: 15 November 2017)Edit

  • Bard College solicits applications for a tenure-track position in ethnomusicology at the rank of assistant professor, to begin fall 2018. Geographic and theoretical specializations are open. Whatever their specialty, the candidate should feel comfortable teaching courses in methodology and musical anthropology that provide a general outlook applying to all aspects of ethnomusicology, as appropriate to a small program which must cater to a wide range of student interests. In-place resources include an active jazz program, samba class, and a gamelan ensemble.
  • Duties will also include advising students and teaching advanced and introductory courses in the candidate’s areas of specialization. Ability to teach fundamental Western music theory and more general music courses is a plus.
  • Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be a practicing musician with a Ph.D. who will start and maintain a music ensemble in their musical area. The successful candidate will have a commitment to quality, innovative undergraduate teaching at a liberal arts college; maintaining an active scholarly and artistic program; contributing to the general education curriculum; and engaging with the life of the college.
  • Application Instructions: To apply, please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement of research and teaching interests, any relevant recordings, and the names of four references (at least one who can address teaching) by November 15, 2017 through Interfolio.com. http://apply.interfolio.com/45269
  • 11/7 Has anyone figured out how to just use the names of references in Interfolio? The way it's set up it looks like you have to submit letters or you can't apply.
    • 11/7 (2) It does not appear this way to me. It appears that one can request letters as one can with any other Interfolio-based application. What is ambiguous is whether they want letters by the 15th or just contact info of referees.
    • 11/7 (original poster) Yes, but they also have a section to just upload one document with the contact. This makes me think you don't need to have letters submitted, but the way the system is set up, you have to request the letters anyway, even if you just want to upload a contact document, or you won't be able to submit (because those references are configured as "required"). 
    • 11/7 (2 again) My apologies: yes, I just saw the upload section for a sheet with contact info. I'm hoping the search committee offers some clarification.
  • 11/7 (2 again, separate question) Does anyone know if they want the statement of research and teaching combined all into one document or just a statement of research? The call suggests the former while the Interfolio system has things labeled in accordance with the latter.

Belmont University: Assistant Professor of Music (Musicology) (Deadline: 17 November 2017)Edit

  • Position Title: Assistant Professor of Music (Musicology)
  • Posting Number: F00161
  • Posting date: 10/11/2017
  • Job Type: Full Time Tenure Track
  • The School of Music is seeking applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Musicology at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning August 1, 2018. Candidates should be engaging teacher-scholars with multi-disciplinary teaching expertise and interests in American music (including popular styles), music of non-western traditions, and western music. Areas of expertise that complement those of current faculty are preferred.
  • Job Functions:
  1. Teach undergraduate musicology introductory courses for both majors and non-majors, undergraduate and graduate seminars, and special topics courses (total of 24 semester hours per academic year).
  2. Recruit, advise, and mentor students majoring in music.
  3. Engage in professional development and scholarly activity appropriate to the position.
  4. Engage in college and university service.
  5. Engage in activities to support the mission and vision of Belmont University and the School of Music.
  • The above statements describe the job’s essential responsibilities and requirements and are not an exhaustive list of the duties that may be assigned to job incumbents.
  • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • Knowledge: Thorough knowledge and interest in American music (including popular styles), music of non-western traditions, and western music. Areas of expertise that complement those of current faculty are preferred.
  • Skills and Abilities: Commitment to excellence in undergraduate and graduate instruction. Interest and ability to work collaboratively in course design. Demonstrated ability to teach interdisciplinary and topical courses. Demonstrated commitment to student recruitment and retention. High level of organizational skill. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Demonstrated ability to advise, instruct, manage, motivate, and evaluate students. Skilled in the use of technology for daily work and for instructional needs in the classroom. Ability to learn relevant sections of Belmont University’s online integrated database systems for student records management. Successful interaction with students, other educators and educational institution representatives, and the general public in a professional manner. Experience working in a fast-paced environment and the ability to respond to high-pressure situations. Ability to thrive in an environment of hard work. Ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community. As all Belmont undergraduates complete an innovative general education program with significant interdisciplinary components, Belmont University is particularly seeking applicants who can demonstrate the interest and ability to work collaboratively in course design and to teach interdisciplinary and topical courses in this program.
  • Experience: Successful record of excellence in teaching and artistic or scholarly activity. Engaging teacher-scholar with multi-disciplinary teaching expertise.
  • Education: PhD in Musicology or Ethnomusicology required
  • Additional Information: Belmont University is a student-centered Christian community providing an academically challenging education that empowers men and women of diverse backgrounds to engage and transform the world with disciplined intelligence, compassion, courage and faith. Belmont’s vision is to be a leader among teaching universities, bringing together the best of liberal arts and professional education in a Christian community of learning and service. Our mission, vision and values statements may be found at http://www.belmont.edu/about/missionhtml.
  • Prepare a one-page essay of about 300-400 words that describes how your Christian faith informs and influences your personal and professional life, how it plays a role in your interest in joining Belmont University, and how it will help you contribute to Belmont University given our mission, vision, and values statements.
  • Attach an electronic version of your CV, cover letter, response to Belmont’s Mission, Vision, and Value, and teaching philosophy in order to complete the online application process.
  • Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
  • 11/12: Posting on Chronicle Vitae says review begins November 17.

Beloit College: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (begins Jan 2018) (Deadline: 11 October 2017) FILLED: Darci Sprengel, UCLA ABDEdit

  • Beloit College seeks a candidate trained in ethnomusicology to teach three courses in the spring semester of 2018. The position is a one-semester, limited term appointment as a leave replacement. The successful applicant will have a Ph.D. (or be A.B.D.) in music and will be responsible for teaching three courses: (1) an introduction to the ethical, musical, historical, and methodological concerns of the field of ethnomusicology; (2) a hybrid course that introduces students to sound studies and music theory fundamentals; (3) a topics course designed by the candidate. All three courses offered will be open to majors and nonmajors who may have limited musical training. The proposed new course should be pitched toward liberal arts college students who bring a broad range of interests and disciplinary backgrounds to the classroom (cross-listed course proposals are welcome).
  • Because equity and inclusion are central to our students’ liberal education and vital to the thriving of all members of our residential learning community, Beloit College aspires to be an actively anti-racist institution. We recognize our aspiration as ongoing and institution-wide, involving collective commitment and accountability. We welcome employees who are committed to and will actively contribute to our efforts to celebrate our cultural and intellectual richness and be resolute in advancing inclusion and equity. We encourage all interested individuals meeting the criteria of the described position to apply.
  • Interested candidates should submit materials to musicsearch2018@beloit.edu. The application requires a cover letter, C.V., the names and contact information for two references, and a title and course description for the proposed course. Priority will be given to applications received by October 11, 2017. Additional queries should be directed to Beth Pohl (pohlb@beloit.edu).
  • 11/3: Offer made and accepted

Berea College: Tenure-Track Position in Music (Musicology/Ethnomusicology) (Deadline: 01 November 2017)Edit

  • Berea College’s Music Department announces a full-time, tenure-track position beginning August 2018. Primary responsibilities include teaching musicology/ethnomusicology and directing the Black Music Ensemble (African American gospel and sacred music) and supervising the Ensemble’s associate staff. The position will also allow opportunities for teaching in areas of specialization and in the College’s General Education Program. Doctorate at time of appointment is required. Other responsibilities include continuing professional and scholarly growth, advising, and assisting other faculty and staff at the College on areas of diversity.
  • The ideal candidate will have an established record of superior teaching at the undergraduate level, display professionalism when interacting with members of the Berea College community, and demonstrate a commitment to carrying out the unique mission of Berea College.
  • To apply, please send a complete Berea College application form, found at http://www.berea.edu/FacApp, a current CV, a cover letter that includes a statement on the attraction to Berea College, most recent transcripts, evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g., sample student evaluations or a professional portfolio, including a link to a video that demonstrates directing capability), and three letters of recommendation, to mussearch@berea.edu. Deadline for receipt of materials is November 1st, 2017.

Birmingham City University: Post-doctoral Researcher (0.5 FTE) (Deadline: 16 November 2017)Edit

  • Birmingham School of Media
  • Location: City Centre Campus (Millennium Point)
  • Salary: £29,345 to £31,897 per annum pro rata, 9 months Fixed Term
  • Closing Date: Thursday 16 November 2017
  • Interview Date: To be confirmed
  • Reference: 112017-410
  • As part of our mission to support innovative media and cultural studies research, the Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research (BCMCR) at Birmingham City University is offering a post-doctoral fellowship to develop a range of programming initiatives, research events and publications around our annual research theme of Cultural Translation. The research fellow will focus on developing interdisciplinary approaches to the research theme and embed it within the BCMCR research environment. The fellowship holder will also organise impact activities that supplement the weekly BCMCR seminar series in advancing the exploration of the chosen theme, and develop their own research project through publications and applications for external funding.
  • The research fellow should have a PhD in a relevant area that speaks to one or more of our research themes: Creative Industries; History, Heritage and Archives; Jazz Studies; Journalism, Activism and Community; Popular Music Studies; and Screen Cultures. Applicants should have clearly developed research objectives and a proposal that demonstrates how their own work will connect to the theme. Experience working in an interdisciplinary research environment, presenting work at conferences, and organising events which engage with a broad range of publics are also required. The post-holder will work with the research cluster leads within the BCMCR and will liaise with the BCMCR management team. They will also deal with guest speakers and have some experience of project management.
  • This is a great opportunity for the post-holder to develop their research agenda within an exciting, dynamic research culture.
  • Informal enquiries can be addressed to Kirsten Forkert, BCMCR Associate Director (Kirsten.Forkert@bcu.ac.uk).
  • As part of your application please ensure you upload your CV and cover letter. You are advised, where possible, to remove personal details from your CV and cover letter, such as your name. This is to ensure a fair and transparent shortlisting process.

Bowdoin College: Assistant Professor of Music (Deadline: 17 November 2017)Edit

  • Title: Assistant Professor of Music
  • Posting Number: F00090JP
  • Department: Music
  • Position Summary: The Bowdoin College Department of Music invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor in Historical Musicology, beginning fall 2018. Two areas of focus are desired:
1) Western Art music, and
2) an equal or secondary interest in subfields such as cognitive musicology, film music, musical traditions in a geographical region not currently covered by our faculty, or other areas that would broaden departmental offerings.
  • Teaching load is two courses each semester, and will include introductory-level survey courses, introductory and intermediate-level courses in music theory, an intermediate musicological methods course, and intermediate- and upper-level seminars in the candidate’s areas of interest. Ability to contribute to the Department’s performance concentration through courses and/or chamber ensemble coaching is welcomed.
  • The Department welcomes applications from candidates committed to the instruction and support of a diverse student population and those who will enrich and contribute to the College’s ethnic and cultural diversity. We value a community in which students of all backgrounds are warmly welcomed and encouraged to succeed. In your application materials, we encourage you to address how your teaching, scholarship, and/or mentorship will support our campus-wide engagement with inclusive excellence.
  • Bowdoin values a strong commitment to research and a promise of long-term successful scholarly engagement as well as a dedication to teaching excellence in a liberal arts environment. There is internal funding in support of research, a junior sabbatical leave, and an accelerated post-tenure sabbatical schedule. A Ph.D. in Musicology or a related field is expected by date of appointment. We recognize that recruiting and retaining faculty may involve considerations of spouses and domestic partners. To that end, where possible, the College will attempt to accommodate and respond creatively to the needs of spouses and partners of members of the faculty.
  • Bowdoin College accepts only electronic submissions. Please submit:
1) a cover letter that details your scholarly research agenda and describes your teaching experience;
2) a curriculum vitae; and
3) the names and contact information for three references who have agreed to provide letters of recommendation.
  • Review of applications will begin November 17, 2017.
  • Posting Date: 10/02/2017
  • Special Instructions to Applicants: At the time of application, you will be required to include information for a minimum of three references, including name, title, email address, phone number and how you know the reference. Once you have provided the required reference information and submitted your application, the reference providers will receive an email which is generated automatically from the application system. The email will provide them a link within which to upload a confidential reference letter on your behalf. You will not be able to view the reference letters but will be able to see how many have been submitted on your behalf.
  • Employment Category: Full Time Year Round
  • Job Start Date: 07/01/2018
  • 10/30 Bowdoin will be interviewing at AMS. Sign up for a time here: http://www.ams-net.org/rochester/interviews/index.php
  • 10/31 All AMS interview slots are now filled but there are still spots on the waitlist.
  • 10/31 (2) Wow, those slots went fast. Are candidates who weren't lucky enough to secure one already out of the running even before applications are due, or is there still hope?
  • 10/31 (3) When Bowdoin did similar interviews for the ethno job at SEM last year my impression was that they seemed simply to be 10 minute informational sessions where candidates could learn more about the school rather than formal interviews that had a major impact on the search.
    • 10/31 (2 again) Thank you for sharing your experience.

Brandeis University: Assistant/Associate Professor of Music (Deadline: 27 November 2017)Edit

  • The Music Department of Brandeis University seeks to hire a full-time musicologist at the rank of tenure-track Assistant or tenured Associate Professor beginning in academic year 2018/2019 specializing in either Renaissance/Early Modern or Long 19th Century. Candidates should demonstrate excellence in teaching and evidence of scholarly achievement and should be prepared to design and teach courses that will broaden and diversify the undergraduate and graduate curriculum. Additional duties will include departmental and university service and active participation in the profession. Candidates must have a completed PhD at the time of application and a proven publication record.
  • Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae and statements outlining teaching and research to https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/10181. Writing samples and letters of recommendation may be requested at a later date and should not be sent at this time. Review of applications will begin November 27, 2017. Questions about the position can be directed to: Professor Eric Chafe, Chair, Musicology Search Committee chafe@brandeis.edu.

Brown University: Associate/Full Professor of Music (Department Chair) (Deadline: 04 December 2017)Edit

  • Brown University seeks an accomplished music scholar who will contribute to the Department of Music’s intellectual and organizational leadership.
  • Background and Opportunities: Brown’s Department of Music is at an important transitional moment. Following several senior retirements and some highly promising new hiring, the department is partnering with the Provost and the Dean of the Faculty to develop a strategic plan. The next department chair, who will ideally take up the position on July 1, 2018, will have the opportunity to build upon strategic planning work already underway and to shape its future.
  • The Department of Music is a key department in Brown University’s current strategic plan, Building on Distinction. Spanning scholarship, creation, and practice, Music is central for two of the plan’s integrative themes: “Cultivating Creative Expression” and “Exploring Human Experience.” Music is one of the constituent members of the recently established Brown Arts Initiative, and the department’s chair serves on the Initiative’s executive committee. Music is also the main stakeholder in a new Performing Arts Center currently in the initial stages of design and slated for completion in 2021. The next chair of Music will be centrally engaged in these exciting new developments.
  • To fill this position, Brown is seeking a music scholar who is currently an advanced associate or full professor. Best consideration will be given to candidates who demonstrate the following:
  • An earned PhD, preferably in musicology, and with a record of scholarship and teaching commensurate with a tenured appointment. While a degree in music is not a requirement, candidates’ scholarly expertise and affiliation should be in music and they should ideally have held appointments in music departments or programs.
  • Research and teaching interests preferably in musicology but also extending to other areas within music (e.g., composition, electronic/new media, ethnomusicology, improvisation, jazz, performance, popular music studies, production, sound studies, theory).
  • Administrative experience and organizational skills appropriate for overseeing the programs and resources of a complex department.
  • Intellectual leadership and vision for building upon the department’s strategic planning work and contributing to the advancement of Brown’s larger strategic goals in the arts.
  • Commitment to diversity and inclusion within the discipline and in the academy generally.
  • To apply for this position, please use the following link: http://apply.interfolio.com/46329. Applicants should submit the following materials via Interfolio: cover letter describing research and teaching interests as well as administrative experience, and a current curriculum vitae. Candidates should submit the names of five references (via the application form) the search committee may contact later in the process. Applicants should not request letters at this time.
  • Review of applications will continue until the position is filled, but best consideration will be given to materials submitted before December 4, 2017.
  • Also posted at Music Administration 2017-18
  • 11/1: Does anyone know whether this is a 9 or 12 month appointment, and whether the job has teaching or research responsibilities?

California State University, Los Angeles: Assistant/Associate Professor in Afro-Latino Cultures, Experiences, and Resistance in the Americas (Deadline: 02 January 2018)Edit

  • Job ID: NSS/Pan African Studies/Joint Assistant/Associate Professor position
  • Appointment Type: Tenure-Track
  • Time Base: Full-Time
  • Date Posted: November 17, 2017
  • Link to Apply Online: http://www.calstatela.edu/sites/default/files/groups/Human%20Resources%20Management/forms/empl_applic_academic.pdf
  • Description: Department of Pan-African Studies, College of Natural and Social Sciences
  • Position: Joint Assistant/Associate Professor position with specialization in Afro-Latino Cultures, Experiences, and Resistance in the Americas in the Department of Pan-African Studies and Latin American Studies Program.
  • Starting Date: August 2018
  • Minimum Qualifications:
1) An earned Ph.D. in a field of the Social Sciences or Humanities closely-related to Afro-Latino Cultures, Experiences, and Resistance in the Americas, including Pan-African/Africana/Black Studies, Latin American Studies, Chicano/a/Latino/a Studies, Comparative Literature, Ethnomusicology, Economics, History, Sociology, Political Science, and Women/Gender Studies is required; however, applicants nearing completion of the doctorate (ABD) may be considered. For appointment, the doctorate must be completed by the date of appointment (8/16/2018).
2) Evidence of teaching effectiveness and demonstrated experience teaching classes in the area of Afro-Latino Cultures, Experiences, and Resistance in the Americas;
3) Evidence of academic scholarship in the area of Afro-Latino / Afro-Caribbean Cultures, Experiences, and Resistance in the Americas. Evidence includes any of the following: books, scholarly journal articles, chapters, or grant-based monographs, and;
4) Ability to demonstrate a commitment to working effectively with faculty, staff, and students in a multicultural/multiethnic urban campus environment with a substantial population of first-generation students.
  • Preferred Qualifications:
1) Demonstrated success in teaching, research, and publication in Afro-Latino Cultures, Experiences, and Resistance in the Americas, and;
2) Demonstrated experience of community-engaged research, teaching, and practice.
  • Salary: Initial salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
  • Required Documentation: Please submit the following documents electronically, compiled in one single PDF file: 1) a cover letter specifically addressing minimum and preferred qualifications; 2) a curriculum vitae; 3) a list of three professional references, and; 4) a university application for employment (http://www.calstatela.edu/sites/default/files/groups/Human%20Resources%20Management/forms/empl_applic_academic.pdf). Finalists will be required to submit 1) three current letters of recommendation, and; 2) official transcripts. Employment contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
  • Application: Review of Applications will begin January 2, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled.
  • Please put the words "PAS-LAS Search" in the subject line of your email and send a pdf file of required documentation to: pas@calstatela.edu.
  • Address any additional required documentation and/or request for information to:
Dr. Melina Abdullah
Department of Pan African Studies
California State University, Los Angeles
5151 State University Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90032
323-343-2290

Colby College: Visiting Assistant Professor in U.S. Popular Culture (3-year) (Deadline: 22 November 2017)Edit

  • The American Studies Program at Colby College invites applications for a three-year Visiting Assistant Professor in U.S. Popular Culture, beginning September 1, 2018. Ours is among the oldest American Studies undergraduate majors in the U.S. We are a small, vibrant program with close relations with the programs of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, African American Studies, and Cinema Studies, and the departments of Anthropology, Art, and Music. The search committee is especially interested in candidates who will participate in the dialogue between American Studies and these other programs and departments, and who, through their research, teaching, and/or service will contribute to diversity and cohesion of the campus community.
  • Qualifications: We seek candidates with Ph.D.s in American Studies or closely related fields whose scholarship and teaching focus on U.S. popular culture with expertise in critical race, ethnic, or indigenous studies. The successful candidate will teach five courses per year, including one or more core courses in the major, and electives in their field. Applicants must have a strong record of teaching and scholarship, and must receive their Ph.D. no later than August 2018.
  • Application Instructions: Please submit applications through Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/45511. Include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and statements of teaching philosophy and research interests. Applications received by November 22 will receive full consideration. Interviews will be conducted electronically in early December. For further information contact Professor Laura Saltz, Search Committee Chair, lsaltz@colby.edu.


Columbia University: Mellon Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow/Lecturer (Deadline: 10 October 2017)Edit

  • Requisition Number: 0008025
  • Field(s) of Specialization: Open (Music Theory, Historical Musicology, Ethnomusicology, Composition)
  • Position Title: Mellon Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow/Lecturer
  • Department: 4028- A&S Music
  • Department Number: 4028
  • Location: Morningside
  • Summary Description: The Department of Music at Columbia University invites applications for Mellon Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowships. Appointment will be at the rank of Mellon Teaching Fellow/Lecturer, for a period of two years to begin July 1, 2018. A PhD, DMA degree, or the equivalent is required. The degree must have been received between 1 January 2014 and 1 July 2018. Fellows will be expected to do research, participate in the academic life of the Department of Music, and teach one course per semester, three in Columbia's Core Curriculum and one in the candidate's area of specialization.
  • Minimum Degree Required: Ph.D. or DMA (for composers) at time of appointment
  • Minimum Qualifications: All applicants MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered for the position. All candidates must demonstrate excellent scholarship and show promise for future development as scholars and teachers.
  • Additional Information: For questions about the RAPS application process please email gk2255@columbia.edu
  • Posting Date: 08-22-2017
  • Special Instructions to Applicants: All applications must be made through Columbia University's RAPS system. Please upload the following required materials: letter of application, CV, list of three references, a statement of research interests and plans, one writing sample or musical composition, and one syllabus (two pages in length) for the class in the candidate's area of specialization. The syllabus should be uploaded under the category "Other Document 1." RAPS will accommodate uploads of maximum two megabytes in size per document. Composers who wish to include recordings of their music should submit a web URL from which the files can be downloaded.
  • Before uploading documents, applicants first will be asked to input a name and valid email address for each reference provider. The application to this position must include a minimum of three reference letters. The applicant may enable RAPS to generate an automatic email to the reference provider, politely requesting a letter of reference and offering a secure link to the RAPS website where a letter can be uploaded quickly and easily. Wherever possible, letters should be uploaded into the online system. If this is not possible, the applicant should refer the reference provider or dossier service to the following address:
Dept of Music (Attn. Mellon Postdoctoral Search Committee)
MC1813, 621 Dodge Hall
Columbia University
2960 Broadway
NY NY 10027
  • After completing the "Provide References" screens, the applicant will come to the "Attach Documents" screen and be asked to upload into RAPS the required application materials listed above.
  • For inquiries please email Gabriela Kumar at gk2255@columbia.edu.
  • Proposed Start Date: 07-01-2018
  • Date Review Begins: 10-10-2017
  • Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2017-18
    • Anyone else having trouble with the online submission system (RAPS)? 10/7
    • Yes, the site isn't loading for me. (10/7)
    • Yes, I was. My referee was having trouble uploading their letter, but I called HR at 212-851-2888 and the person on the other end fixed the issue immediately. (10/9)
  • Notification of finalist status and on-campus interview scheduled (11/29)

Coventry University: Senior Lecturer in Music (0.6 FTE) (Deadline: 09 November 2017)Edit

  • Job title: Senior Lecturer in Music
  • Job reference: REQ005416
  • Application closing date: 09/11/2017
  • Faculty / School or Service: Faculty of Arts & Humanities
  • Salary: £37,713 - £53,698 pro rata per annum
  • Package: As one of Coventry's biggest employers, we offer some pretty impressive benefits including an excellent pension scheme and generous holiday allowances.
  • Job category/type: Academic
  • Job description: Part Time (0.6 FTE) Permanent
  • We are seeking an academic with an established profile within the field of Music, to join our thriving, innovative course. Applicants should hold a doctorate in a relevant subject or equivalent professional experience and be able to relate to the key debates framing the current challenges relating to music practice and theory. In addition, applicants must have a proven track record of delivering a first-class student experience within a higher education environment. Experience of education innovation would be advantageous. Experience in modular and/or course leadership and curriculum development are essential to this role which includes co-course directorship responsibilities.
  • 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.
  • The successful candidate will need to demonstrate a continuing engagement with pedagogic development - those without a teaching qualification will be required to undertake Coventry University's PGCHE and/or secure HEA fellowship; and must have a proven track record of delivering a first-class student experience within a higher education environment.
  • Successful applicants will have a strong track record of research/scholarship (contributing to REF, and subsequent evaluations). They will have engaged actively in research, publication, income generation and/or professional practice in recent critical/theoretical approaches to new and emerging forms of music practice and theory
  • Informal enquires can be directed to Tom Williams or Principal Lecturer in Music TomWilliams2@coventry.ac.uk
  • Closing Date: 9 November 2017
  • Click here to view job description and person specification
  • Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2017-18

Dublin City University: Assistant Professor in Music (Deadline: 24 November 2017)Edit

  • The School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music teaches its constituent subject areas on a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Staff supervise PhD students in Ethics, Music, Philosophy, Religious Studies, and Theology. The successful candidate will be expected to play a role in the development and delivery of the School’s taught programmes in Music, in the identification and design of new pathways in their specialist area(s), and in enhancing the School’s profile in Musicology, Composition, and Performance. The School offers excellent opportunities for candidates to teach within their own area of research specialization, and to supervise PhD candidates. The School is committed to high quality research and supports its staff in such work.
  • Skills and Experience: Applicants for the position must hold a PhD in Historical Musicology (Early Music); and must have the capacity to teach Composition and Techniques, Music History, Choral Studies, and Music Technology. The successful candidate will have an excellent record in research and publication, and will have the capacity to contribute to the cultural life of the School and the University through composition and/or ensemble performance and leadership. *Competency in Irish traditional music and vocal/choral performance are desirable. Applications welcome from those who engage in interdisciplinary and collaborative research activities, and who can demonstrate innovation and quality in teaching and assessment. The post will contribute to the BA Joint Honours and Teacher Education programmes, along with taught postgraduate and research programmes. The successful candidate should be capable of working in a team context and of providing leadership in developing the teaching, research, and engagement agenda for Music within the School.
  • Duties and Responsibilities: The duties and responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to, the following:
Undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in Music, including introductory and advanced modules on Historical Musicology (Renaissance and Baroque), Harmony and Counterpoint, Contemporary Composition, Music Technology, Aural and Keyboard Skills, and Choral Studies
Leadership in student ensemble performance
Contribute to the future development of taught postgraduate programmes
Supervision of postgraduate research, at both MPhil and PhD level, in Musicology and Composition
Pursue an active research agenda with ongoing creative outputs and research publications in leading international academic journals and with high profile book / music publishers, both individually and, where appropriate, in collaboration with colleagues in DCU and elsewhere
Actively promote Music in the University and in the public domain, through composition/performance, interaction with cultural organisations and performance ensembles, and the planning of concerts, workshops, conferences, lectures, etc.
Contribute to the School’s profile in Musicology and Performance/Composition
Participate actively in School activities and contribute to the development of the School’s profile in teaching and research
Administrative duties and professional development related to the position
  • Informal Enquiries to: Dr. Ethna Regan, Head of School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music *E-mail: ethna.regan@dcu.ie ; Tel. +353 1 700 8164
  • Further information: More information on the School, including specific areas of research expertise and details of taught programmes, may be found at: http://www.dcu.ie/theology_philosophy_music/index.shtml
  • Salary Scale:
  • Assistant Professor (Lecturer above bar): €51,159 - €79,147 *
  • Assistant Professor (Lecturer below bar): €38,352 - €52,724 *
  • Appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and experience, and will be made on the appropriate point of the Lecturer Above Bar or Lecturer Below Bar salary scale in line with current Government pay policy
  • Closing date: 24th November 2017
  • Application Procedure: Please clearly state the role that you are applying for in your application and email subject line: Job Ref #690: Assistant Professor in Music
  • Applications should be submitted by email to hr.applications@dcu.ie or by post to the Human Resources Department, Dublin City University, Dublin 9. Email: hr.applications@dcu.ie

Durham University: Assistant Professor in Music Psychology and Musicology (Deadline: 07 December 2017)Edit

  • The role: Based in one of the very best Music departments in the UK, you will benefit from world-class research facilities and a wealth of methodological expertise to tap into. The department is internationally renowned for its research strengths in a host of areas including musicology and music psychology. You will make a major contribution to further research and teaching in both of those fields. We will look to you to help develop and deliver our curriculum at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Conducting high-quality research, you will develop connections and valuable interdisciplinary dialogue between the field of expertise and other areas supported by the Department.
  • Vacancy Reference: MUSI18-1
  • Download the full job description as a PDF.
  • You’ll need: A good first-degree, complemented by a PhD in musicology, psychology, music psychology or a related subject (either completed, or currently in progress). The ability to produce world-class research, including a research plan which supports the activities of the department. Proof that you have contributed to research groups, mentoring early career researchers. The confidence to supervise PhD students. To be willing to develop successful research project proposals, with the scope to secure funding or generate income. Experience of delivering high-quality teaching in lectures and smaller study groups. Confident leadership and communication skills, with the willingness to work collaboratively as part of a team.
  • If you haven’t specifically met the above criteria but have recently completed or are concluding your PhD and feel you have the skills needed to do so, then you are invited to apply for the role at grade 7.
  • How to apply: We value and promote an inclusive and diverse working environment at Durham and we welcome applications from all individuals.
  • We prefer to receive applications online. For this role we are working with our partner organisation TMP (UK) Limited and your application will initially be submitted to TMP (UK) Limited via our website.
  • Please carefully read the job description for this post which outlines the documents which you will be required to submit, information about referees, contact details should you require further information and next steps including an indication of when interviews will take place.

Earlham College: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music — Choral Direction and Musicology (Deadline: 08 January 2018)Edit

  • Earlham College invites applicants for a full-time, two-year position in choral directing and musicology at the visiting assistant professor level, to begin August 2018. A subsequent tenure-track line may become available. The Earlham College Music Department is seeking a dynamic choral director with a dedication to general education, and with strengths in historical musicology, popular music studies or ethnomusicology. Background in music education is a plus.
  • Primary Duties & Responsibilities: Duties include directing the choral program with the support of a part-time choral assistant, and teaching two courses in musicology every semester.
  • Experience & Qualifications: A completed doctorate is strongly preferred; previous teaching and directing experience is essential.
  • Application materials include: A letter of interest;Your curriculum vitae; Video recordings of both choral rehearsal and performance under the candidate’s direction; A 300- to 500-word statement of how your teaching might contribute to Earlham’s goal of exemplifying a diverse and inclusive institution (cf. Diversity Aspiration Vision Statement); and three letters of recommendation from people who can speak to the candidate’s teaching and directing abilities.
  • Please send written documents along with a link to your securely uploaded video files (e.g., using Vimeo or Youtube) electronically to:
Jennifer Isaacs, Administrative Assistant, Visual and Performing Arts, Earlham College
Email: choral-musicology@earlham.edu
  • If you prefer, Jennifer Isaacs can invite you to join a secure Earlham site that can accept large digital files.
  • Review of applications will begin on January 8, 2018, and will continue until the position is filled.
  • Questions about the position may be addressed to: Marc Benamou, Professor of Music, Music Department Convener, Earlham College
  • Email: benamma@earlham.edu

Florida International University: Instructor of Music Theory and History (Deadline: 15 December 2017)Edit

  • FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY -- Instructor of Music Theory and History. The FIU School of Music invites applicants for a nine month, non-tenure earning, Instructor of Music Theory and History. The FIU School of Music (SOM) is comprised of 260 students and 50 full- and part-time faculty. The SOM offers BM and MM degrees in composition, performance, music business, and music technology; a BA degree in Music; and a BM and MS in music education.
  • 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.
  • Required Qualifications: Earned doctorate in Music; a minimum of three years of experience teaching at a 4-year university, including music theory, sight-singing & ear-training, music history, and online classes; demonstrates effective administrative and communication skills.
  • Preferred Qualifications: Evidence of excellence in university teaching; experience in designing and implementing undergraduate online courses, music technology, and electronic music courses; candidates with a strong background in performance and/or composition are preferred.
  • Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and attach a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and statement of teaching philosophy as individual attachments. Candidates will be requested to provide names and contact information for at least three references who will be contacted as determined by the search committee. To receive full consideration, applications and required materials should be received by December 15, 2017. Review will continue until position is filled.
  • Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2017-18

Freie Universität Berlin: Professorship in Musicology (Deadline: 14 December 2017)Edit

  • Department of Philosophy and Humanities - Institute for Theater Studies
  • Professorship in Musicology, salary grade W 2
  • reference code: Musik
  • The successful applicant will cover the area named above in research and teaching.
  • Appointment requirements are governed by Article 100 of the Berlin Higher Education Act (Berliner Hochschulgesetz).
  • The successful candidate will have a focus on the areas music and movement and/or music theater and/or music in moving image media. She or he will have an outstanding track record of excellent research in musicology, and international teaching. The selectee will have experience with interdisciplinary research alliances and with third party funding.
  • Apart from the official duties that the appointee has to fulfil in accordance with Article 99 of the Berlin Higher Education Act in particular, the following activities need to be fulfilled additionally: The appointee will participate in the interdisciplinary research activities of the Department, especially in the research alliance project on the topic Rhythms of the Arts. She or he will furthermore participate in the existing bachelor’s and master’s degree programs of the Institute. The position includes collaboration with colleagues from art and culture institutions, such as orchestras, museums, and theaters as well as with non-university research institutions. In addition to that, she or he will be prepared to include issues of gender studies and/or diversity studies in research and teaching.
  • Applications should include a CV, copies of all certificates of academic qualification in German or English (please add the translations if needed), if applicable the letter of appointment, a list of publications, a list of courses previously taught and evidence of teaching competence. Furthermore, please include information on involvement in ongoing and future research endeavors, joint research projects and externally funded projects, and if necessary language certificates. If applicable for the respective content areas, please give information on industrial cooperations, inventions/patents and spin-offs.
  • All materials including a private postal and an email address must be received preferably electronically in one PDF file (maximum 5 MB), quoting the reference code no later than December 14th, 2017 at
Freie Universität Berlin
Fachbereich Philosophie und Geisteswissenschaften
Dekanat
Frau Hehn
Habelschwerdter Allee 45
14195 Berlin, Germany
  • or as an email to: bewerbung@geisteswissenschaften.fu-berlin.de

Front Range Community College: Part-time instructor, History of Jazz (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 13 November 2017)Edit

  • Part Time Instructor, History of Jazz #600000 BC
  • Tracking Code: 1201448
  • Job Description: This is a part-time, temporary position with no benefits except Colorado State retirement, PERA.
  • SELECTION PROCESS: Preliminary screening will be made on the basis of completed application package submitted by candidate. Completed application package includes:
A letter of interest detailing experience as related to the position;
An eForm application, resume;
A copy of transcripts;
A one-page statement of your teaching philosophy.
  • All candidates, including current Front Range Community College employees must submit a complete application packet which includes all material listed above. Only completed application packets will move forward for screening. If hired, official college transcripts will be required. Please review the job duties and minimum requirements carefully. It is your responsibility to demonstrate on your application that you meet all of the minimum requirements listed above to be considered. Failure to do so will result in your application being rejected. All application materials become the property of Front Range Community College and cannot be copied. FRCC will conduct a criminal background check on selected candidate. Employment offers and continued employment are contingent upon receiving a satisfactory report.
  • Job Duties: Teach History of Jazz course introducing non-music majors to the rudiments of jazz music. Provide an overview of the landmark styles, composers, compositions, performers in Jazz history.
  • REQUIRED EDUCATION: Master's degree Music
  • PREFERRED EDUCATION: Master's degree with emphasis in jazz performance, music history, composition or conducting.
  • REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: One year of High School or higher education instruction.
  • Job Location: Brighton, Colorado, United States
  • Position Type: Part-Time

Green River College: Ethnomusicology Instructor (begins Jan 2018) (Deadline: 24 September 2017, but review begins 09 September)Edit

  • Job Title: Ethnomusicology Instructor - Tenure Track
  • Closing Date/Time: Sun. 09/24/17 11:59 PM Pacific Time
  • Salary: Depends on Qualifications
  • Job Type: Tenure Track Faculty
  • Location: Main Campus - 12401 SE 320th Street Auburn, Washington
  • First review of applications starts September 9.
  • POSITION SUMMARY: Green River College seeks an Instructor of Ethnomusicology to teach music appreciation courses which may include: Music in World Culture, History of Jazz, American Popular Music or Classical Music. The successful candidate will develop and lead an ethnic drumming ensemble. The candidate will also create curriculum for new courses in the music department directly related to their specialty in Ethnomusicology or Musicology. We seek an instructor who embraces the community and technical college mission and the faculty role of contributing to the general education of students who will apply learning to the world of work and transfer their education to a university.
  • Position Responsibilities: Teach music appreciation courses. Create new curriculum and teach courses focused on their field of study. Develop and lead an ethnic drumming ensemble. Advise students, serve on committees and perform other duties as outlined in the negotiated collective bargaining agreement. Participate in college and division professional activities. Maintain strong collegial and collaborative relationships within the Music Department, the Fine Arts Division, and the Green River College campus community.
  • MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master's Degree in Ethnomusicology, the Anthropology of Music or Musicology (with coursework in Ethnomusicology). Experience teaching college-level music classes as teacher of record. Ability to lead an ethnic drumming ensemble. Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with students, colleagues, staff, and administrators. Demonstrated experience working with people of diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds as well as those with disabilities.
  • PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Two years' experience (part-time or full-time) successfully teaching Music in World Culture, History of Jazz, American Popular Music or Classical Music courses at the college level as the instructor of record. Experience teaching music at the community college level. Experience as a performing drummer. Participation in professional organizations. Demonstrated experience, expertise, cultural competencies, and commitment to equity in working with students, communities, and colleagues from diverse backgrounds and identities. Demonstrated experience with underrepresented and underserved communities.
  • Supplemental Information: This is a full-time tenure track position beginning Winter Quarter 2017 [sic - this should probably read Winter Quarter 2018], continuing with annual nine month contracts. The salary will be determined according to the candidate's educational background, teaching experience and applicable work experience. GRC is an agency shop.
  • Base Salary: In addition to the base salary, a premium for your degree or vocational certificate is included in the contract each year.
  • APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCEDURE: Cover letter specifically and clearly addressing each of the minimum and preferred qualifications. CV/Resume. Copies of transcripts documenting all undergraduate and graduate degrees and all relevant coursework (originals required upon hire)
  • At this time, Green River College is not sponsoring for H1-B Visas.
  • 6/17 Continuation of failed search from last year.
  • 10/12/2017 Received request for campus interview. x2

Indiana University: Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in Race, Migration, and Indigeneity (Deadline: 08 December 2017)Edit

  • The College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University (IU) Bloomington invites applications for a tenure-track position in Race, Migration, and Indigeneity (RMI), to begin Fall 2018. RMI is a pioneering multi-disciplinary unit that investigates the complex social dynamics of race, ethnicity, human movement, and power relationships. The primary geographical focus is the United States, but extends to transnational and diasporic scholarship as well. This new program is intended to build closer ties among existing ethnic studies programs (African-American, Asian American, Latino, and Native American studies) as well as reach out to other interdisciplinary units and to core disciplines in the arts, humanities and sciences.
  • The successful candidate will help to establish an internationally recognized academic research program, have a strong interest in graduate and undergraduate instruction including mentoring of graduate student research, and a commitment to program, department, college, and university service appropriate with rank. The College of Arts and Sciences is committed to building and supporting a diverse, inclusive, and equitable community of students and scholars.
  • The College of Arts & Sciences is conducting a cluster hire of tenure-track faculty to help establish the program, with the goal of hiring 2-3 positions this year. Each of the faculty hired under this program will have tenure homes in a department or program within the College of Arts and Sciences, and each will be expected to teach one or two courses a year for the RMI program. Positions are open-rank, but at least some hires will be at the junior level. Full professors who would like to help build this innovative program are encouraged to apply.
  • RMI brings together faculty and students who study the relational nature of racial formations in the U.S. Candidates should be innovative scholar-teachers who conceptualize race/ethnicity, migration, and indigeneity in intersectional ways and who work to cross-pollinate ideas among various fields of inquiry. Candidates working on topics such as social movements; intersectional feminism(s); border politics (US-Mexican and US-Canadian); citizenship; Latino/a, Asian American, and Afro-Indigenous communities; Asian American and/or Pacific Islander literature, religion, and media representations are particularly urged to apply.
  • Since RMI serves as a hub for multi-disciplinary, cross-ethnic, and/or cross-racial studies, scholar-teachers trained in any of the disciplines in the arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, or technology may apply. We welcome applications from anyone working in disciplines that do not normally consider ethnicity as a major topic of concern, but whose own research and teaching interests could make unique contributions to the RMI program. Potential examples include scholar-teachers who specialize in psychology, cognitive science, human biology, ecology, environmental racism, or the human dimensions of climate change.
  • Applicants must have a Ph.D. prior to employment. Candidates must submit a cover letter detailing their research and teaching interests, current CV, teaching evaluations, a writing sample, and three letters of recommendation. Applicants must also submit a brief statement of their understanding of the importance of diversity in a university setting. The statement should identify the types of diversity-related research, teaching, and service activities in which the candidate would anticipate adopting a leadership role.
  • To ensure full consideration, applications should be submitted by December 8, but they will be considered until the position is filled. Interested candidates should submit application materials online until the search is complete.
  • Questions about the position should be directed to: Dean Michael McGinnis, Search Committee Chair (RMI@indiana.edu). Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.”
  • Posted to SEM 11/2/17

Indiana University: Visiting Assistant Professor, Music (Musicology) (Deadline: 26 October 2017)Edit

  • Title: Visiting Assistant Professor, Music (Musicology)
  • Appointment Status: Non-Tenure Track
  • Department: IU Bloomington Musicology
  • Position Summary: The Jacobs School of Music seeks candidates for a two‐year full‐time post-doctoral visiting position in musicology for the academic years 2018‐2020. The resident scholar will teach one course per semester during three semesters, and two courses during one semester; conduct an active program of research during the appointment, resulting in the submission of proposals to research conferences, the submission of articles to academic journals, or other scholarly projects; attend two conferences per year; deliver a colloquium to the department each year; and participate in other departmental activities as assigned by the chair of the department.
  • Basic Qualifications: A completed Ph.D. degree in music is required. Candidates must have received the Ph.D. from an institution other than Indiana University no more than five years prior to their appointment.
  • Department Contact for Questions: If you have any questions please contact Cecilia Fleming, Assistant to the Executive Associate Dean, IU Jacobs School of Music: ceciflem@indiana.edu or (812) 855-5541
  • Salary and Rank: Visiting Assistant Professor; salary is $42,700 with an annual $2,000 research and travel budget, and eligibility for the health and retirement benefits available to all full‐time faculty.
  • Special Instructions: A complete application consists of a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, a document (approximately two pages in length) describing your areas of expertise and proposing specific course topics that would be of interest, and information about three professional references. You will be asked to provide the name, title, email address, and other information, for each of your reference providers. An e-mail message with instructions about uploading letters of reference will be sent automatically to each of your reference providers immediately after you submit your completed application. Please do not send publications or other materials until requested to do so. If you need help completing your application, please contact Cecilia Fleming at (812) 855-5541 or ceciflem@indiana.edu.
  • For Best Consideration Date: 10/26/2017
  • Expected Start Date: 08/01/2018
  • OAA: #21708-20
  • 12/3: Request for written materials (x2)

International Christian University: Faculty Position in Musicology (Western Music) (Deadline: 31 May 2017)Edit

  • International Christian University (ICU) is a private, bilingual liberal arts university with an undergraduate College of Liberal Arts and graduate programs. ICU’s educational mission is based on Christian and democratic principles. ICU has approximately 3,000 students and over 150 faculty members from Japan and overseas. The university is located on a wooded campus in the suburbs of Tokyo.
  • We are pleased to announce an open search for a full-time faculty position in musicology, with an emphasis on Western classical music. The successful applicant is expected to teach general education, foundation, and area major courses in the College of Liberal Arts, as well as courses in the Graduate School.
  • Department/Program: Department of Humanities
  • Rank & Title: Assistant Professor or above
  • Employment: Full-time
  • Term of Employment
1. Assistant Professor: A tenure-track position for a five-year term (with the possibility of promotion to Associate Professor after a tenure evaluation at the end of the term).
2. Associate Professor & Professor: Employment until the mandatory retirement age of 65.
  • Employment Conditions
1. Salary: in accordance with ICU employment regulations
2. Allowances: available, in accordance with ICU employment regulations (e.g. commuting allowance)
3. Working hours: in accordance with ICU employment regulation
4. Social insurance: coverage by Promotion and Mutual Aid Corporation for Private Schools of Japan (PMAC), workers’ compensation, etc.
  • Qualifications
1. Ph.D. or equivalent in musicology or a related field is required.
2. Language of instruction: Japanese and English
3. Commitment to the University’s Christian mission
  • Deadline for Applications: Applications must arrive at the address written below no later than May 31 2017. (Deadline may be extended until a most appropriate candidate is found.)
  • Starting Date: April 1, 2018 or September 1, 2018
  • Selection Process: After documentary screening, short-listed candidates will be requested to give a lecture and to be interviewed.
  • Notification of Decision: Applicants will be notified by letter.
  • Application materials:
1. Curriculum Vitae. The ICU CV format is available for download at URL.
2. List of Academic Publications (Do not send actual publications until requested.)
3. Names and contact information of three references and one person who can testify the applicant’s commitment to Christianity.
4. Cover letter describing why the applicant is appropriate for the position. (The letter must be submitted both in English and Japanese.)
  • An application package with all necessary materials should be sent by registered mail to:
Matt Gillan
Chair, Department of Humanities
International Christian University,
3-10-2 Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo 181-8585, JAPAN
  • Write “Application for Position (Musicology)” on the envelope.
  • No email applications will be accepted.
  • Submitted application materials will not be returned. Personal information will be treated with confidentiality.
  • E-mail: music-search@icu.ac.jp
  • Additional Information: For inquiries, please contact the above e-mail address.

Iowa State University: Part-time Lecturer (Spring and Summer 2018) (Deadline: 05 December 2017)Edit

  • Posting Number: 700230
  • Working Title: Lecturer
  • Advertised Employing Department: Music & Theatre
  • Appointment Type: Faculty - Non-Tenure-Eligible
  • Base of Employment: B - Faculty (9 Months)
  • Full or Part Time: Part-Time
  • Proposed Start Date: 1/01/2018
  • Proposed End Date or Length of Term: 08/15/2018
  • Summary of Duties and Responsibilities: The Department of Music and Theatre seeks an individual to teach one section of Music 304 (History of Rock-n-Roll) in the Spring of 2018 and one section online in the Summer of 2018.
  • Required Education and Experience: Masters degree in Music.
  • Preferred Education and Experience: Advanced degree in Music. Prior instruction experience teaching music in a college setting. Prior experience teaching the History of Rock-n-Roll or a similar class.
  • Department Contact Name: Donald Simonson
  • Department Contact Phone: 515-294-0400
  • Department Contact Email: drs@iastate.edu
  • Additional Information: Appointment will be for Spring and Summer of 2018.
  • Application Instructions: To apply for this position, please click on “Apply to this job” and complete the Employment Application. Please be prepared to enter or attach the following:
1) Resume/Curriculum Vitae
2) Letter of Application/Cover Letter
3) Contact Information for Three References
  • If you have questions regarding this application process, please email employment@iastate.edu or call 515-294-4800 or Toll Free: 1-877-477-7485.
  • Guaranteed Consideration Date: 12/05/2017

Istanbul Technical University: Full-time instructor/foreign teaching faculty, Ethnomusicology (Spring 2018) (Deadline: 15 July 2017)Edit

  • Continuing (one-year renewable) position at the Center for Advanced Studies in Music.
  • Salary rank: Instructor/Foreign Teaching Faculty.
  • The contract includes possible university housing (with very low rent).
  • Start Date: 1 January 2018.
  • Teaching responsibilities: four courses per semester. Candidates should be able to offer a general course on World Music, and courses in Transcription and Analysis, Foundations of Ethnomusicology, and Fieldwork, in addition to advising students and supervising Masters and Doctoral dissertations. There will also be the opportunity to develop new courses within the program. The language of instruction is English.
  • Located on the university's Macka campus, the Center for Advanced Studies in Music (MIAM) was established in 1999. It provides the only U.S.-style graduate music program in Turkey, and attracts top quality international students. MIAM offers a Masters degree in Music with specialties in Music Theory, Historical Musicology, Ethnomusicology, Sound Engineering, Composition, Sonic Arts, Music Business and Management, and Performance. It also offers the Doctorate with concentrations in Ethnomusicology, Musicology, Music Theory, Sound Engineering, Composition, Sonic Arts, and Performance. In addition to teaching facilities, the Center houses a music library and a state-of-the-art recording studio. Istanbul Technical University is Turkey's oldest (established 1774) and among its most prestigious. Its alumni include presidents, prime ministers, and business leaders. A European City of Culture in 2010, Istanbul is a vibrant metropolis of great historical and cultural interest.
  • Doctorate in Ethnomusicology preferred.
  • Send resume, cover letter, and three reference letters. All materials should be submitted electronically to: Paul Whitehead (whitehead@itu.edu.tr). Phone: +90-212-247-1733. Fax: +90-212-248-5316.

Ithaca College: Diversity Scholars Fellowship (Music) (Deadline: 09 December 2017)Edit

  • Vacancy ID: F2079
  • Job Title: DIVERSITY SCHOLARS FELLOWSHIP
  • Department: Music
  • School/Parent Organization: School of Music
  • Division: Provost and Educational Affairs Division
  • Employment Category: Fulltime-Temporary
  • Academic Year: 2018-2019
  • Anticipated start date: 08/16/2018
  • If temporary, expected end date: 05/31/2019
  • Faculty Status: Term
  • Position/Job Summary: The School of Music at Ithaca College announces its Diversity Scholars Fellowship Program search for 2018-19. Hosting two fellows, this program supports promising scholars who are committed to diversity in the academy in order to better prepare them for tenure track appointments at liberal arts or comprehensive colleges/universities. Fellows who successfully obtain the doctoral degree and show an exemplary record of teaching, scholarship, and engagement in academic service throughout the fellowship may be considered as candidates for tenure-eligible appointments anticipated to begin in fall 2019.
  • We welcome applications in the following areas: a) ethnomusicology, with the capacity to lead a scholarly and performance-based exploration of the musics of India, China, Africa, or other cultures typically underrepresented in U.S. schools of music; and b) hip-hop music performance, preferably with an interest in music education or music for children and an ability to help explore pedagogy of non-traditional musics and ensembles in K-12 public education.
  • Position Responsibilities and Terms of Fellowship: Fellowships are for the academic year (August 16, 2018, to May 31, 2019) and are non-renewable. Fellows will receive a $32,000 stipend; $5,000 in travel/professional development support; relocation reimbursement; office space; health benefits; and access to Ithaca College and Cornell University libraries. Fellows will teach one three-credit course (or its equivalent) in the fall semester and another in the spring semester, will be mentored by senior faculty, will participate in at least one official function per semester, and must partake in an exit interview.
  • Applicant Stipulations: Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited program leading to a doctoral degree (DMA, EdD, PhD) at a U.S. institution, display evidence of superior academic achievement and a commitment to a career in teaching at the college or university level, and be authorized to work in the United States. Prior to August 15, 2018, potential fellows must be advanced to candidacy at their home institution. Preference will be given to candidates in the last year of dissertation writing, or of completing the final document or its equivalent.
  • Instructions for submitting your application: Interested applicants must apply online at http://ithaca.edu/jobs/ and attach a cover letter, CV, transcripts from an accredited doctoral-granting institution, and two syllabi of courses you propose to teach. You must also provide names and email addresses of three (3) individuals who will be asked to submit letters of reference. Emails containing a link to submit letters of reference will be auto-generated and sent to the references upon final submission of your application. Questions about online application should be directed to the Office of Human Resources at (607) 274-8000. Screening of applications will begin immediately. To ensure full consideration, complete applications should be received by December 9, 2017.
  • Work authorization: Visa sponsorship is not provided for this position
  • FLSA Status: Exempt
  • Is this position eligible for benefits? Yes

King's College London: Teaching Fellow in Music (Ethnomusicology) (Deadline: 19 November 2017)Edit

  • Teaching Fellow in Music (Ethnomusicology)
  • Reference: THW/17/059639/001530
  • Salary Details: £33,518 - £39,992 per annum
  • Allowances: £2,923 LWA per annum
  • Contract Type: Temporary/Fixed term
  • Contract Term: Full time
  • The Department of Music at King’s College London is seeking to appoint an outstanding Teaching Fellow on a fixed-term, twelve month contract. The successful applicant will have strengths in the ethnomusicological study of the Muslim world, and will deliver an MMus level module in this area. They will have the ability to contribute to teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, as well as supervise undergraduate and taught postgraduate dissertations, as allocated by the Head of Department. We expect Teaching Fellows to be able to underpin their teaching with first-class scholarship and to contribute to the administration of the department.
  • The post will be located on the Strand campus. All candidates should have completed a PhD degree. Candidates are encouraged to state in their letter of application how their teaching interests will fit into and enrich the overall profile of the department.
  • The selection process will include a panel interview.
  • Interviews are scheduled to be held the week commencing: 4 December
  • Closing date: 19 November 2017
  • If you have questions about this role, please contact: Professor Martin Stokes, Tel: 020 7848 1102, Email: martin.stokes@kcl.ac.uk,

Leuphana University: Junior Professorship (W1, TT) in Musicology (Deadline: 14 January 2018)Edit

  • Junior Professorship (W1, TT) “Musicology”
  • The Faculty of Education, Institute of Arts, Music and Mediation at Leuphana University of Lüneburg invites applications for the following junior professorship:
Musicology (W1, tenure track)
  • You have an acknowledged expertise in historical, systematic or ethnological musical research and you ideally engage yourself in popular music studies. Your specific and distinct profile in teaching and research is demonstrated by relevant projects as well as methods and theories applied; in research ideally in popular music studies and related music cultures. Your innovative research projects apply a qualitative or quantitativ-empirical, ethnomusicological or historical approach.
  • You develop research opportunities and initiate projects that are unique in your field. You promote constructive professional dialog with leading internationally-renowned universities, and create an inspiring and dedicated environment in research, teaching and learning. As a professor (m/f), you take up the challenge of working with other colleagues from the Faculty of Education to expand the Education Research academic initiative at Leuphana University of Lüneburg. You share the idea of the university as an educational community, and make use of the diverse opportunities for academic cooperation offered both within the Faculty of Education and across the whole university.
  • You have a doctorate of outstanding quality and widely publish articles in relevant national and international journals and publishing houses. Experience and initiatives in attracting external research funding – demonstrated by appropriate concepts and/or initial project applications is favourable.
  • Applicants (m/f) also have a proven experience in teaching complementing their musicological competences. You teach with passion and high standards of quality in the courses offered at Leuphana College and Leuphana Graduate School. You also have very good English skills and are verifiably able to conduct courses in English. If you do not have a sufficient knowledge of German at the time of submitting your application, we expect you to have a good knowledge of English and be willing to acquire a sufficient knowledge of the German language within an appropriate period of time.
  • In accordance with § 30 (2) of the Lower Saxony University Act (Niedersächsisches Hochschulgesetz – NHG, i.e. relevant state law), further requirements for appointment are:
a university degree in musicology or related subject;
an aptitude for teaching, demonstrated by experience and the use of innovative educational methods;
particular ability to engage in intensive, independent academic research, usually demonstrated by the outstanding quality of the candidate’s dissertation in political science. [sic]
  • Junior professors (m/f) receive a pay grade W1 and are initially appointed for three years. Subject to a positive academic evaluation it is intended to extend the junior professorship for another three years to a total of six years (in accordance with the guidelines for the mid-term evaluation of junior professors of Leuphana University of Lüneburg). For this position tenure track is intended.
  • Excellent opportunities are available within the university to support women in their academic careers. Qualified women are particularly invited to apply. Severely disabled applicants will be given preferential consideration in accordance with the applicable statutory provisions.
  • For further information, please contact the dean of the faculty, Prof. Dr. Dominik Leiss (leiss@leuphana.de ) or the current acting director of the Institute of Arts, Music and Mediation, Prof. Dr. Michael Ahlers (michael.ahlers@leuphana.de ).
  • Please submit your application consisting of the following materials electronically in two separate PDF files: a) cover letter, CV, copies of academic degrees and b) three relevant publications.
  • Applications should be sent preferably electronically to beko@leuphana.de or to the President of Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Post Box 2440, Lüneburg D-21314 by January 14, 2018.

Liberty University: Adjunct Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology (Online) (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 27 November 2017)Edit

  • Posting Number: A00086P
  • Position Type: Adjunct Faculty
  • Disclaimer: Liberty University’s hiring practices and EEO Statement are fully in compliance with both federal and state law. Federal law creates an exception to the “religion” component of the employment discrimination laws for religious organizations (including educational institutions), and permits them to give employment preference to members of their own religion. Liberty University is in that category.
  • Position Title: Adjunct Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology
  • Job Summary/Basic Function: Teaching online classes which may include but not be limited to the following:
ETHM411/511 Introduction to Ethnomusicology
ETHM512 Field of Ethnomusicology
ETHM513 Anthropology of Music
ETHM531 Resources and Materials in Ethnomusicology
ETHM650 Research Methodology
ETHM54_ Ethnic Music Seminar (author’s regional/topical specialization)
ETHM611 Arts in Global Engagement
WRSP811 Principles of Ethnodoxology
WRSP812 Theological and Cultural Contextualization in Worship
  • Minimum Qualifications: PhD in Ethnomusicology, DMA in Ethnomusicology or Global Studies. Mentoring/advising on fieldwork projects and graduate theses. Fieldwork/Research experience in one or more regional specialization. Strong collaborative skills. Experience teaching online preferred but not required.
  • Preferred Qualifications: PhD in Ethnomusicology, Experience in and passion for Ethnodoxology preferred. Fieldwork/Research experience one or more topical specialization. Experience in curriculum building. Mentoring/advising on fieldwork projects & graduate theses.
  • Work Hours: Flexible — Usually 10–15 hours a week online/per class
  • Posting Date: 11/27/2017
  • Special Instructions for Applicants: Please include a recent resume and/or CV

Liverpool Hope University: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Music (Deadline: 01 December 2017)Edit

  • Date of Placement: Monday 30th October 2017
  • Ref: 2AMUSIC10
  • Closing date: Friday 1st December 2017 by 5.00 p.m.
  • Salary scale: £32,548 - £38,833 (Grade 7) per annum/£39,992 - £47,722 (Grade 8) per annum
  • We are looking to appoint two Lecturers/Senior Lecturers in Music, who will undertake teaching on the undergraduate BA and Major programmes in Music, as well as contributing to the MA Music and other provision. Candidates should have teaching experience, in Musicology, Music Analysis & Theory and Music Performance, and be able to contribute to the supervision of undergraduate (and where appropriate postgraduate taught) dissertations. The department would like to appoint one candidate within musicology, with a focus on classical music, and one within an area of music performance. The ability to teach in the area of popular music would be desirable.
  • The posts are permanent, subject to the normal probationary period of twelve months.
  • Please note that a PhD is required for the post of Senior Lecturer. When completing your application please include the title and a copy of the abstract of your doctoral dissertation. Candidates who have not completed a PhD but are at a very advanced stage can be short-listed and interviewed for the post of Lecturer. However, if offered the post you would be required to successfully complete the PhD within 6 months from the date of appointment to the role. The post will not be continued beyond this point unless this condition is met.
  • We recruit staff nationally and internationally as we seek out the best to help build Hope for the future. If you join us you will be doing so at an exciting and challenging time as we work to build a liberal arts inspired university of distinction in the UK. If you have the energy, drive and commitment to assist us in this task, we would be delighted to hear from you.
  • Job Description
  • Person Specification - 2AMUSIC10
  • Application process


Massey University: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Critical Studies in Contemporary/Popular Music (Deadline: 23 August 2017)Edit

  • Location: Wellington
  • Term: Fixed Term of 3 Years
  • Grade: Lecturer / Senior Lecturer (Range 1)
  • Salary: TBA
  • Applications close: 11:45 p.m. on 23 August 2017
  • Position overview: The School of Music and Creative Media Production is recruiting a full-time Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in contemporary (popular) music studies. The successful candidate will have a post-graduate qualification and show evidence of vision and innovation in research and teaching. The successful candidate will have expertise in at least one area relating to the critical study of contemporary (popular) music (i.e. political economy of music, music and media), and will ideally have knowledge of critical frameworks and reflexive methodologies transferable to other creative disciplines, including film, games, online or other emerging digital media.
  • Qualifications: Relevant post-graduate degree.
  • Experience
Knowledge of critical perspectives relating to contemporary (popular) music.
Knowledge of theoretical frameworks relating to political economies, free-economy, creative communities, scenes and subcultures.
Critical understanding of music media on multiple platforms such as mobile, web, and television, and the influential role that media, image and identity play in the music industry.
Knowledge of web-based and online platforms relevant to the music industry.
Knowledge of academic texts relating to music media, video, and online environments, as well as creative media practice and industries.
Knowledge of critical perspectives and reflexive methodologies relevant to other creative disciplines, including films, games, online or other emerging digital media.
Ability in effective course development at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Experience in communicating complex theoretical and conceptual ideas.
Understanding of pedagogical approaches relevant to teaching music in an arts based environment.
Demonstrate a knowledge of practice based research.
Ability in effective course development at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Experience in supervising postgraduate students to completion is preferred.
Experience in preparing a PBRF or international equivalent research portfolio would be an advantage.
Experience in undertaking in peer review of teaching in order to continually improve own and colleagues’ teaching effectiveness.
Demonstrated track record of research activity and performance appropriate to the level of appointment.
Track record of obtaining research funding is preferred.

McGill University: Assistant Professor of Music (Ethnomusicology) (Deadline for full consideration: 1 November 2017)Edit

  • McGill University: Department of Music Research (Schulich School of Music)
  • Assistant Professor of Music (Ethnomusicology)
  • Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • The Department of Music Research invites applications for a full-time tenure-track appointment in Ethnomusicology at the rank of Assistant Professor that will begin on August 1, 2018.
  • We seek an outstanding scholar whose primary focus is North American Indigenous music culture. Candidates should have a Ph.D. degree in a relevant field (ABD considered) and a strong record of published research commensurate with her/his career stage. An interest in collaborating in multi-disciplinary initiatives and native or near-native fluency in at least one indigenous language will be assets. The teaching load is two courses per semester. Courses will include introductory surveys, intermediate/ advanced undergraduate courses, and graduate seminars in the candidate’s areas of interest.
  • We welcome applications from candidates committed to the instruction and support of a diverse student population, and who will enrich the ethnic and cultural balance of the Department and University.
  • Applicants should submit the following items using our on-line application form at https://www.mcgill.ca/music/about-us/employment: Cover letter, including i) a statement of research interests, and ii) a statement of teaching philosophy; curriculum vitae; dissertation abstract (300-500 words); and three letters of recommendation (hard copies with original signatures on letterhead paper will be required of candidates selected for on-campus interviews)
  • Further inquiries may be addressed to: Professor Roe-Min Kok – Chair, Department of Music Research and Search Committee Chair; chair.music_research@mcgill.ca (subject title: Ethnomusicology Search)
  • Posted on September 8, 2017

Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, University of Melbourne: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Music (Jazz and Improvisation) (Deadline: 18 September 2017)Edit

  • Job no: 0043336
  • Work type: Continuing
  • Location: Southbank
  • Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Faculty of VCA and MCM
  • Salary: $98,755 – $117,290 p.a. (Level B) or $120,993 - $139,510 p.a. (Level C), plus 17% superannuation. Level of appointment is subject to qualifications and experience.
  • The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (MCM) seeks to appoint an innovative and committed Lecturer in Music (Jazz & Improvisation) who possesses the right blend of performance, imagination and creativity to inspire students to create, innovate and collaborate in new and emerging forms of improvised musics. The appointee will be professionally committed to the core value of personal creativity and able to work outside the notated Western art music tradition to embrace collaborative improvisation and performance with musicians from diverse styles and creative backgrounds. The appointee will also be expected to maintain an active research profile by undertaking artistic research in performance particularly in the area of jazz and improvisational creative practice.
  • We are seeking an expert in contemporary improvisation with a doctoral degree in music or equivalent professional experience. Experience in developing and teaching undergraduate and graduate curriculum in improvised musics and ability to champion change and innovation to strategically address the emerging forms of improvised musics is essential.
  • This is a full time, continuing position commencing January 2018 or as negotiated.
  • For further information, please visit http://jobs.unimelb.edu.au. Applications close 18 September 2017.

Merrimack College: Adjunct Lecturer of Music (Spring 2018) (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 09 November 2017)Edit

  • The department of Visual and Performance Arts at Merrimack College seeks an Adjunct Lecturer to teach one undergraduate course for non-music majors, FAA 1310: The Nature of Music: The Art of Listening, in the Spring 2018 semester. FAA 1310 is a course designed to introduce students to the art of active listening to music. A multiplicity of musical styles and genres are employed in the course as means toward the ultimate goal of developing deeper, more aware listening habits in the students’ daily life. The course includes exploration of western classical genres, including opera and the symphony; popular styles like jazz and rock; and folk musics of the world, including the Americas.
  • Qualifications: Ph.D. in Musicology preferred, A.B.D. considered; evidence of excellence in classroom teaching at the college level.
  • To Apply: Please apply online with a letter of application, at least two letters of recommendation, and a current C.V. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Missional University: Online Professor of Ethnomusicology: African Music Focus (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 23 July 2017)Edit

  • MISSIONAL UNIVERSITY
  • Online Professor of Ethnomusicology: African Music Focus
  • Work at Home
  • Contract
  • Reports To: Dean, School of Creative Expression, Missional University
  • Approved By: President of the Missional University
  • Notice to Applicants: Please attach a letter of inquiry, curriculum vita, and three references. In your letter of inquiry, please explain your Christian faith commitment and international / missions experience. Thank you!
  • APPLICANTS MUST HAVE TEACHING EXPERIENCE AND DOCTORATE IN ETHNOMUSICOLOGY TO BE CONSIDERED (DMA or PhD or DMiss required.) EdD APPLICANTS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION. THANK YOU.
  • The School of Creative Expression at Missional University invites applications for an online faculty position in Ethnomusicology with an African Music focus teaching courses in the Department of Music & Ethnodoxoogy. Applicants must have a DMA or PhD or DMiss in Ethnomusicology with significant study and exposure to African music & culture. Applicants may teach online from anywhere on the globe and do not have to have US residency, but must be fluent in English and have a stable internet connection. Applicants must have practical missions experience within their own country or beyond. Applicants must have a strong orientation to relating media & communication to the missio dei (mission of God) in the scripture. Teaching responsibilities include the development and delivery of elearning courses in communication & media to equip Christian believers to do missional ministry in mission and denominational agencies, churches and other faith-based organizations.
  • Since the Missional University is dedicated to training grassroots missional leaders in the evangelical tradition, administrative staff and faculty members must commit to both our faith and ethos statements. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Women, majority world scholars, ethnic minorities, and recent doctoral graduates are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Additional information about Missional University may be seen at: http://missional.university.
  • Qualifications: A Doctoral degree in Ethnomusicology from an accredited university or seminary with specific background in African music and culture. Teaching experience, preferably online. A vibrant Christian testimony. Practical missions experience in his/her own country of origin or beyond. Agreement with the faith and ethos statements of the Missional University.

Missional University: Online Professor of Ethnomusicology: Asian Music Focus (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 23 July 2017)Edit

  • MISSIONAL UNIVERSITY
  • Online Professor of Ethnomusicology: Asian Music Focus
  • Work at Home
  • Contract
  • Reports To: Dean, School of Creative Expression, Missional University
  • Approved By: President of the Missional University
  • Notice to Applicants: Please attach a letter of inquiry, curriculum vita, and three references. In your letter of inquiry, please explain your Christian faith commitment and international / missions experience. Thank you!
  • APPLICANTS MUST HAVE TEACHING EXPERIENCE AND DOCTORATE IN ETHNOMUSICOLOGY TO BE CONSIDERED (DMA or PhD or DMiss required.) EdD APPLICANTS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION. THANK YOU.
  • The School of Creative Expression at Missional University invites applications for an online faculty position in Ethnomusicology with an Asian Music focus teaching courses in the Department of Music & Ethnodoxoogy. Applicants must have a DMA or PhD or DMiss in Ethnomusicology with significant study and exposure to Asian music & culture. Applicants may teach online from anywhere on the globe and do not have to have US residency, but must be fluent in English and have a stable internet connection. Applicants must have practical missions experience within their own country or beyond. Applicants must have a strong orientation to relating media & communication to the missio dei (mission of God) in the scripture. Teaching responsibilities include the development and delivery of elearning courses in communication & media to equip Christian believers to do missional ministry in mission and denominational agencies, churches and other faith-based organizations.
  • Since the Missional University is dedicated to training grassroots missional leaders in the evangelical tradition, administrative staff and faculty members must commit to both our faith and ethos statements. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Women, majority world scholars, ethnic minorities, and recent doctoral graduates are strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Additional information about Missional University may be seen at: http://missional.university.
  • Qualifications: A Doctoral degree in Ethnomusicology from an accredited university or seminary with specific background in Asian music and culture. Teaching experience, preferably online. A vibrant Christian testimony. Practical missions experience in his/her own country of origin or beyond. Agreement with the faith and ethos statements of the Missional University.

National Sun Yat-sen University: Full-time Faculty in Music (Deadline: 31 August 2017)Edit

  • Deadline: August 31, 2017
  • Date Posted: July 3, 2017
  • Type: Tenured, tenure track
  • Salary: Commensurate with experience
  • Employment Type: Full-time
  • We invite applications with minimum of two years of college teaching experience for a full-time faculty position in the Music Department at National Sun Yat-sen University.
  • QUALIFICATIONS (at least one of the following):
Doctorate degree
Assistant professor or higher ranking
International Music Competition Awards
Has been invited and collaborated with famous groups
  • PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (at least one of the following):
DMA/PhD dissertation
As a performer, provides five public concerts including at least three solo recitals (minimum 60 minutes per concert)
As a composer, provides at least 60 minutes original music composition
Has been a lecturer for at least three years with evidence of academic achievement and teaching experience
With evidence of outstanding achievement and related working experience for nine years
  • TEACHING DUTIES (at least two of the four categories):
Performance: applied music for violin/voice, chamber music
Literature and pedagogy: strings/voice, chamber music
Production Engineering: intermedia production, computer-based music composition, recording arts
Others: a cappella, production for music theater, music production and administration, collaborative piano, world music
  • The position also requires supervision of graduate thesis, as well as service on department, college, and university committees. Proficiency in Chinese is required.
  • Application Deadline: 31 August, 2017
  • Required Information:
Current curriculum vita
A copy of degree certificate
Official copy of final academic transcripts
A copy of DMA/PhD dissertation needed for QUALIFICATIONS no.1 or no.2
Three recommendation letters
Applicants are required to submit Form 2 and Form 3 (website: http://music.nsysu.edu.tw )
  • To view the position description, please visit: http://music.nsysu.edu.tw (All materials must be received no later than 31 August, 2017)
  • Mailing Address:
Prof. Ying, Kwang-I, Chair
Department of Music
National Sun Yat-sen University
70 Lian-hai Road, Kaohsiung 80424
Taiwan, R.O.C.

New College of Florida: Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology (Deadline: 15 November 2017)Edit

  • New College of Florida seeks a scholar-teacher with expertise in Latin American and Hispanic Caribbean popular music and culture for a new tenure-track position. Applicants who focus on African diasporic culture(s) are particularly welcomed. The candidate should also have the capacity and desire to contribute to the development of an interdisciplinary program in Latin American Studies. Ph.D. or terminal degree in relevant discipline or interdisciplinary area is required by time of hire. Relevant disciplines or interdisciplinary areas may include ethnomusicology, musicology, anthropology, sociology, folklore, Latin American studies, performance studies, cultural studies, and other areas and fields that engage critically with popular music in a global context. This position is one of 15 new faculty lines for 2018, and part of an exciting campus-growth initiative funded by the State of Florida (see https://www.ncf.edu/about/growth-2024/).
  • We are particularly interested in those who have demonstrated commitment to innovative teaching in an undergraduate liberal arts environment, including connecting with the local community. Faculty teach two courses per semester, sponsor individual and group tutorials, serve as academic advisors, supervise independent study projects during the January interterm, sponsor senior undergraduate theses/projects, and serve on baccalaureate committees. Candidates with broad interests and the ability to supervise students across disciplines are preferred. In addition to teaching, faculty are expected to establish and maintain a program of research. Experience as a musician or leading a student ensemble is not required, but would be welcomed.
  • Interested candidates should apply online at http://www.ncf.edu/employment . A complete application will include an email to musicologysearch@ncf.edu and contain letter of application, CV, the names of three references (including at least one who can address teaching), unofficial graduate transcripts, two descriptions of potential courses, and a statement regarding the candidate’s contributions or approaches to supporting an inclusive learning environment.
  • We will begin reviewing files Nov.15 and continue until the position is filled. According to Florida law, applications and meetings regarding applications are open to the public upon request. Applicants who need reasonable accommodations in order to participate in the selection process must notify the chair of the search committee 48 hours in advance of a meeting. New College is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access Institution.

The New School: Assistant Professor of Music Technology (Deadline: 15 December 2017)Edit

  • Title: Assistant Professor of Music Technology
  • Requisition Number: 0106071465
  • Location: New York City
  • Position Type: Full Time Faculty
  • Department: ELC/Arts in Context/Faculty
  • Responsibilities: Eugene Lang College, the undergraduate liberal arts division of The New School, seeks to hire a full-time faculty member who is a scholar-practitioner of music technology in relation to contemporary composing, performing, and listening practices. This position is a Renewable Term Appointment (RTA) beginning July 2018. All hiring is subject to Provost budgetary approval.
  • The ideal candidate will have facility with current music software and production tools, experience teaching practice-based studio courses and discussion-based seminar courses, and scholarly publications on music technology. Applicants who bring interdisciplinary and/or cross-cultural approaches to their research, teaching, and creative practice will be at a distinct advantage.
  • Responsibilities: Teach introductory and intermediate courses in music technology and related fields; develop and teach advanced undergraduate courses in areas of interest and specialization; contribute to Lang College’s Interarts curriculum shared by Music, Dance, Theater, and Visual Studies; maintain a productive agenda of scholarly and creative work and professional involvement in music technology and related fields. The teaching load is five courses per year with the expectation of an advising caseload.
  • Minimum Qualifications: Doctoral degree in music technology, music composition, performance, musicology, ethnomusicology, or related field, completed by the time of appointment, or ABD with anticipated completion date; recognized scholarly publications and creative projects; successful undergraduate teaching experience in music technology; and interest in contributing to curriculum development for music studies in a liberal arts program.
  • Applicants must use The New School’s online faculty application to submit a cover letter about their research interests and teaching experience, a current CV, and the names of three references.
  • Posting Date: 08/25/2017
  • Closing Date: 12/15/2017
  • Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2017-18
  • 11/7 The New School will be interviewing at AMS. Sign up for a time here: http://www.ams-net.org/rochester/interviews/index.php

Northeastern University: Assistant Professor - Ethnomusicology (Deadline: 30 October 2017, but review begins immediately)Edit

  • Position Title: Assistant Professor - Ethnomusicology
  • Requisition Number: FTFR001025
  • Full-time/Part-time: Full Time
  • Benefits Eligible: Yes
  • Tenure Status: Tenured/Tenure Track
  • Posting Date: 10/06/2017
  • Responsibilities: Northeastern University announces a search for an Assistant Professor (tenure-track) of Ethnomusicology, with a background and research interest in music of the African diaspora, Jazz, Improvisation (across genres, cultures and media), and musical traditions around the globe, engaged from a broadly ethnographic and cross-disciplinary perspective.
  • The new faculty member will be asked to provide innovation and leadership in adding new course material to our curriculum, and to teach topics that may include (but are not limited to) the history and practice of jazz, jazz improvisation, improvisation across the arts, black popular music (including Hip Hop), global pop music, the urban musical communities (with a focus on Boston), and other courses that integrate ethnographic scholarship and experiential learning in a musical context. Candidates should be committed to fostering diverse and inclusive environments as well as to promoting experiential learning, which are central to a Northeastern University education. The position has an anticipated start date of Fall 2018.
  • Qualifications: For this appointment, the Department of Music in the College of Arts, Media and Design at Northeastern University seeks an inspirational colleague with a doctorate in a music discipline related to the above-mentioned fields of inquiry. The ideal applicant will have the ability to integrate critical inquiry and creative practice across an array of disciplines and cultures within and beyond the arts. We seek someone who will make important contributions to a department that offers a widely encompassing and flexible series of paths to majoring in music, in keeping with a larger view of creativity as inherently collaborative and central to all areas of study. The candidate we seek will possess a promising record of, or substantial progress toward, significant recognition and achievement in musical scholarship and performance practice.
  • All applications must be submitted electronically at http://neu.peopleadmin.com/postings/51108. Click on the full-time positions link or if viewing this description on the Northeastern University website, click “Apply to this job.” Please include a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, a statement of research, and contact information for at least three references. Please do not submit additional materials until/unless requested. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applications received on or before October 30, 2017 will be guaranteed full review.
    • 11/7 Add'l materials requested 11/6, due 11/13 (x2)

Northumbria University: Professor in the History of Music (Deadline: 15 December 2017)Edit

  • Northumbria University is seeking to appoint an outstanding leader in the History of Music, to work within the Department of Humanities. We particularly welcome applications from scholars working in the fields of EITHER western art music c. 1750-1914 OR music in twentieth-century America, though candidates working in all fields of music history will be considered.
  • This appointment is the first in a carefully-planned project to establish music as a core discipline, aligned with Northumbria’s vision as a research-rich, business-oriented professional university, with a global reputation for academic quality. This appointment offers an outstanding individual the opportunity to work with the Head of Humanities and other staff to establish this strand, building towards a Foundation year, an undergraduate and postgraduate taught programme and the development of opportunities for PhD studentships. Working under the overall management of the Faculty of Arts, Design and Social Sciences, the appointee will develop an academic core in music history and performance, aligned with industry-facing themes in management, technology, pedagogy and music in society.
  • The appointee will have an excellent record in teaching and publications in the field of music history, in grant capture and in leadership of teams. They will have the subject expertise to develop a core strand in music history from Foundation Year to PhD level, and this expertise will underpin their academic engagement with our external partners. They will have successful experience of communicating with different audiences outside academia, and of building inter- or cross-disciplinary links with other disciplines such as American Studies, English Literature, History or Creative Writing.
  • For informal enquiries about this post, please contact Professor Julian Wright (Head of Humanities) via email: julian.wright@northumbria.ac.uk or Tel. 0191 227 3736.
  • To apply for this vacancy please click on the 'Apply Now' button at the top of this page.
  • Please submit a Covering Letter and your CV, including a full list of publications where relevant and any documents specifically requested in the Role Description and Person Specification, such as a sample of written work or journal article. Alongside this please complete the attached Equal Opportunities/Personal details form (found at the bottom of this page).
  • Please note this vacancy will close at 23:59 on 15/12/2017

Northwestern University: Assistant/Associate Professor of African Diasporic Music and Sound Cultures (Deadline: 01 December 2017)Edit

  • The Departments of African American Studies and Performance Studies at Northwestern University invite applications to fill a tenure-track position in African Diasporic music and sound cultures at the rank of assistant professor or associate professor, to begin September 1, 2018. Applicants at the assistant level must possess or supply evidence that all requirements for the degree will be completed by August 1, 2018.
  • We seek a scholar with teaching and research interests in African diasporic musical forms and sound cultures, particularly as they intersect with political and social aspects of the black experience. The departments are particularly interested in scholars whose work engages critical race studies and performance studies, broadly defined. The applicant’s area of specialty is open. A Ph.D. in music studies, ethnomusicology, performance studies, or cognate area is preferred. While we are also open to various methodological approaches—i.e., historical, ethnographic, theoretical—an applicant who is also a practitioner would be particularly welcomed.
  • The position will be a joint appointment between African American Studies within the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences and Performance Studies within the School of Communication.
  • In addition to maintaining an active research agenda, the successful applicant should demonstrate excellence in teaching and a willingness to advise and mentor both undergraduate and graduate students. The applicant should be prepared to teach undergraduate courses in her or his research area in addition to core courses in both departments, particularly survey courses and courses on research methods, as both departments have top-ranked graduate programs. The incoming scholar would also have the opportunity to participate in interdisciplinary initiatives across the campus, especially the Black Arts Initiative and the Sound Arts and Cultures undergraduate and graduate programs.
  • Applications and supporting documents will be accepted only by online submission at the following link http://www.afam.northwestern.edu/about/open-positions.html. Application materials should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, writing sample of no more than 25 pages or article length manuscript, and three letters of recommendation (submitted separately). For full consideration, applications should be submitted by December 1, 2017. Inquiries about the search may be sent to sdenose@northwestern.edu.
  • Please read ALL instructions and make preparations before proceeding to the application page: Applications will only be accepted via online submission (see link below). Please prepare all documents in advance as Adobe PDF files, and please be sure all information is entered correctly and accurately (especially names and email addresses), as there will be no opportunity for online revision after your application has been submitted. Please also prepare a list of names and email addresses for your external academic references. All required fields in the application form are marked with an asterisk and must be filled before clicking the “Submit” button. Be aware that incomplete applications cannot be saved.

NUI Galway: Senior Lecturer in Music (Deadline: 10 August 2017)Edit

  • Senior Lecturer in Music - Permanent
  • Applications are invited for an appointment as Senior Lecturer in Music at NUI Galway.
  • The university now wishes to appoint a Senior Lecturer to lead the development of Music as an academic subject within the university. The successful candidate will have responsibility for developing a new BA in Music (scheduled to begin in September 2018), and for providing strategic leadership in the development of research, teaching and community engagement in Music. This is an outstanding opportunity for an ambitious scholar to develop and realise a new vision for music education in the west of Ireland, and to make an international impact in research, pedagogy and community partnerships.
  • The forthcoming BA in Music will provide academic courses in Music, initially admitting 20-30 students per year. The proposed degree programme will provide a broad education in key areas (musicology, western art music, harmony, composition, etc) but there will also be opportunities for the Senior Lecturer to develop areas of specialism. There are also many potential areas of overlap with other disciplines, allowing for the provision of courses in such areas as musical theatre, opera, traditional Irish music, film composition, digital media, creative arts management, and so on. The programme will also be enhanced by the university’s existing resources, including a choral scholarship programme, an orchestra for medical students, several musical societies, and many performance spaces.
  • This senior appointment will be of a person with proven leadership and management skills, who will provide evidence of a capacity to lead the development of Music at NUI Galway (in consultation with colleagues in the School). The area of research specialism is open, but candidates will be invited to state how their work might develop within the context of NUI Galway’s existing strengths and resources. As many of the incoming students are likely to have an interest in teaching music at post-primary level, 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
  • The successful candidate will have a strong track record of published research, and will be required to contribute effectively to the Creative Arts as an area of strategic development within the university. He/she will show a willingness to work with existing partners (such as Galway International Arts Festival, the ConTempo quartet) and to form new partnerships nationally and internationally. S/he will lead and develop the BA degree programme and in time will develop new programmes in Music and/or creative arts, working collaboratively within and beyond the School.
  • For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Patrick Lonergan, Email patrick.lonergan@nuigalway.ie or telephone: +353 (0)91 494426
  • Salary: At Senior Lecturer level €66,035 to €91,242 p.a. (This appointment will be made on the Senior Lecturer scale in line with current Government pay policy) (For pre 1995 public sector entrants in Ireland, the D class Salary rates will apply)
  • Closing date for receipt of applications is 17:00 (Irish Time) on Thursday, 10th August 2017. It will not be possible to consider applications received after the closing date.
  • Appointments will be conditional on work authorisation validation. Further details are available at www.djei.ie
  • For more information and Application Form please see website: http://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/jobs/ Applications should be submitted online.
  • Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2017-18

Oberlin College & Conservatory of Music: Faculty Position in Musicology (3-years) (Deadline: 01 January 2018)Edit

  • Oberlin College and Conservatory invites applications for a full-time, three-year position in the Department of Musicology, beginning July 1, 2018, with a research specialty in music of the late-eighteenth or nineteenth century. Additionally, a broad methodological approach that complements current departmental offerings and extends to areas such as disability, sound, or queer studies is desirable. The teaching assignment for the position will likely include period survey courses (Classic and Romantic Eras), advanced seminars, courses for students in the College of Arts and Sciences, and in rotation, a large introductory course for first-year music majors. Candidates with a willingness to engage with a diverse student population that includes multiple language groups are particularly encouraged to apply.
  • Qualifications
Ph.D. in musicology
Demonstrated excellence in undergraduate teaching
  • Compensation: Within the range established for this position, salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience and includes an excellent benefits package.
  • Special Instructions to Applicants: Review of applications will begin on January 1, 2018 and continue until position is filled.
  • Required Documents: Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae


Oxford Brookes University: Lecturer in Music (part-time, 5 months) (Deadline: 16 July 2017)Edit

  • Lecturer in Music
  • £33,943, rising annually to £37,075, pro rata
  • Part Time, Fixed Term - Academic
  • This post is based on the Headington Hill Campus within the School of Arts at Oxford Brookes University. The School of Arts at Oxford Brookes University has international research excellence in Opera, Popular Music and Sound Art, and the undergraduate courses on offer include Music, Fine Art, Film Studies, Digital Media Production and Publishing. The Music department has an excellent track record in mentoring early-career academics.
  • We intend to appoint a music historian to a Lectureship in Music (0.5 fractional post) for a period of five months to cover the teaching and administrative duties of a member of staff who will be on research leave.
  • You will be responsible for: Teaching undergraduate and postgraduate modules, including a first-year music history survey course (1800 to the present) with a study skills component, a specialist module in 19th-century music at postgraduate level, as well as supervising undergraduate dissertations. Supporting the Subject Coordinator for the BA in Music and undertaking associated administrative duties (including student recruitment). Caring for the pastoral needs of students including counselling, welfare and guidance.
  • You should have: A Master's degree and a PhD (or a PhD nearing completion) in Music or a related discipline. Experience of teaching in HE at undergraduate and ideally postgraduate level in relevant subjects. Administrative experience. Effective written and verbal communication skills. A developing portfolio of research in music history, preferably in the area of Western music of the 19th and 20th centuries.
  • International applicants from outside the EU will need to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK.
  • Interviews will take place on the 25th July 2017. Informal inquiries about this post should be directed to Dr Barbara Eichner (barbara.eichner@brookes.ac.uk)
  • Closing Date: 16-Jul-2017
  • Vacancy ID: 038156
  • Faculty or Directorate: Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment
  • Location: Headington Hill Site, Headington Campus
  • For more information: hrteam-operations@brookes.ac.uk
  • Posted on: 04-Jul-2017

Pellissippi State Community College: Music Faculty (Deadline: 15 December 2017)Edit

  • Title: Faculty (Fall 2018)
  • Position Title: Music
  • Department: PSCC-Liberal Arts
  • Position Summary: To teach and develop music courses and to conduct instrumental ensemble choirs, while furthering the goals of the program, department, college, and community college system
  • Pellissippi State Community College will accept applications for this position via this website until 12/15/2017. We are in the process of implementing a new applicant tracking system. Applications for this position will continue to be accepted in the new applicant tracking system after 12/15/2017.
  • For additional information please contact Holly King at 865-694-6406 or by email at haking@pstcc.edu.
  • Required Qualifications: A. Completed Master’s degree in Music (instrumental concentration other than piano or guitar) from a regionally accredited institution. B. Minimum one year related teaching experience at the postsecondary level. C. Understanding and acceptance of the comprehensive community college philosophy. Part-time work experience is calculated at 50% credit of full-time work experience.
  • Preferred Qualifications: A. Demonstrated competence teaching music courses in a traditional face-to-face classroom. B. Experience teaching music appreciation course preferred. C. Demonstrated competence leading and directing instrumental ensemble groups. D. Experience teaching in a community college preferred. E. Ability to communicate effectively and to establish and maintain effective interpersonal relationships. F. Expertise in curriculum development is required
  • Posting Date: 11/21/2017
  • Closing Date: 12/15/2017
  • Special Instructions to Applicants: To be considered for a position at Pellissippi State, you must create an on-line application. Your skills, abilities, qualifications, and years of experience will be evaluated using only what is recorded on your application. Please be sure to include the Begin and End Dates under your Employment History. Please note: attaching a resume does not substitute for completion of the application form. Part-time work experience is calculated at 50% of full-time experience. Scan and attach required documents (diploma, High School Equivalency (HSE) Diploma, transcripts, certifications), and resume to the online application in Word or PDF format (less than 2 MB in size). Please note: to scan, upload, or attach documents, a computer and scanner are available at the Hardin Valley Campus Educational Resources Center, if needed.
  • Type of Appointment: Tenure/Tenure Track
  • FLSA Status: Exempt
  • Employment Category: Faculty
  • Location: Pellissippi State Community College (Knoxville)
  • Location of Position: Candidates should be prepared to teach at all campuses (Hardin Valley, Blount, Division, Strawberry Plains and Magnolia) and travel between sites may be required.
  • Posting Number: 006104

Princeton University: Postdoctoral Research Associate, African Humanities (Deadline: 31 January 2018)Edit

  • The Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS), in collaboration with the Departments of African American Studies (DAAS) and English at Princeton University invites applications for a postdoctoral research associate position (up to 3 years beyond the Ph.D.) or an associate research scholar position (more than 3 years beyond the Ph.D.) for the 2018-19 year (beginning September 1, 2018) from scholars working in any field of the humanities dealing with Africa or the African diaspora. Consideration will be given to candidates working in all disciplines in the humanities broadly defined, including anthropology, art and archeology, comparative literature, English, film and video history, literatures in other languages, music, philosophy, religion, and women and gender studies. Initial appointment is for one year with possibility of renewal for a second year pending satisfactory performance and continued funding. The successful candidate will be involved in the organization and activities of the African Humanities Colloquium and may teach one course per year if mutually agreed, with sufficient course enrollments, and with the approval of the Dean of the Faculty. When teaching, the candidate would hold the additional title of Lecturer.
  • Eligible candidates must have completed the Ph.D. by the start of the appointment.
  • The research associate or associate research scholar will also receive a competitive salary commensurate with the candidate's experience, modest research and travel fund, and will be eligible for University benefits.
  • To apply, please link to https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/4261. Applications should include:
(1) cover letter with title and summary (200 words) of proposed research project;
(2) research proposal (five pages; 2,000 words), including detailed description of project, timetable, and explicit goals;
(3) selected bibliography;
(4) curriculum vitae and list of publications;
(5) sample chapter of the dissertation or other recent work;
(6) a suggested syllabus for a course; and
(7) three references from individuals who are not current members of the Princeton University faculty.
  • Application Deadline: January 31, 2018, 11:59 p.m. EST. Awards will be announced by March 31, 2018. This position is subject to the University's background check policy.
  • Questions about the application process for this position may be directed to Tim Waldron at twaldron@princeton.edu.

Quest University Canada: Faculty Position in Visual or Performing Arts (Deadline: 01 December 2017)Edit

  • QUEST UNIVERSITY CANADA FACULTY POSITION IN VISUAL OR PERFORMING ARTS
  • What we are looking for: Quest University Canada seeks applicants for a full-time continuing faculty position in any artistic discipline in the visual or performing arts. The successful candidate will complement existing faculty expertise, have exemplary teaching skills, a cross-disciplinary perspective, and a willingness to rethink higher education. We are especially interested in candidates who can teach artistic practice/art-making courses, have expertise in non-Western artistic practices, or have expertise in arts education. The Arts & Humanities curriculum at Quest includes lower division ‘Foundation’ courses and upper-division ‘Concentration’ courses.
  • The new hire will develop Foundation courses in the areas of ‘Texts’, ‘Culture’, and ‘Scholarship’, and Concentration courses in areas that complement our existing offerings. Please see http://questu.ca/academics/catalogue-calendar-policies/ for additional information on current course offerings. Candidates who demonstrate the ability and willingness to develop curricular and co-curricular opportunities for students to engage with art-making as inquiry are highly desirable. All Quest faculty are expected to teach interdisciplinary ‘Milestone’ courses (Cornerstone, Rhetoric, Question, and Keystone) that are taken by all students; most faculty teach one of these courses per year. Preference will be given to candidates who have significant research and teaching experience.
  • APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS: Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree required at the time of application. Although research, especially that involving undergraduates, is strongly encouraged, those seeking a research-focused faculty position should not apply. Hiring for this position is subject to budgetary approval.
  • ALL APPLICATIONS MUST INCLUDE
(1) A cover letter of no more than two pages. Please address the following: (i) how you would reach an audience of non-specialist undergraduates for foundation courses; (ii) how you would teach one or more concentration classes; (iii) describe a new course you would create for our curriculum.
(2) A curriculum vitae emphasizing your experience with teaching, research, mentoring, collaboration, and educational innovation. Please include the name and contact information for three references (letters not requested at this stage).
(3) A single-page description of your current research in language appropriate to an educated but non-specialist audience.
(4) A statement of your teaching philosophy of no more than two pages.
(5) examples of your artistic work.
  • Quest University Canada is a diverse community with students representing over 40 different countries, a range of ethnic and religious identities, sexual orientations, and we seek candidates who will help us further the goal of making Quest an inclusive campus. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. Quest University Canada is strongly committed to employment equity and welcomes applications from all qualified women and men, including visible minorities; First Nations, Metis, Inuit and Indigenous persons; and persons with disabilities.
  • TO APPLY "Please send all materials as a single .pdf file to AH.Faculty@questu.ca with "Arts Faculty Position” in the subject line by December 01, 2017.
  • CLOSING DATE: December 1, 2017. Interviews for finalists will be conducted in January or February 2018.
  • START DATE: August 01, 2018
  • Posted to AMS-L 10/24

Rice University: Assistant Professor of Musicology (Deadline: 01 October 2017)Edit

  • The Department of Musicology in the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University announces an opening for a full-time, tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor of Musicology. Candidates with research interests in 20th- and 21st-century music and with substantial teaching experience are particularly encouraged to apply.
  • The selected candidate will be expected to 1) publish at a level consistent with a research university, 2) teach in the undergraduate music history sequence, 3) offer graduate seminars on topics that reflect ongoing research interests and complement offerings of the current faculty, and 4) advise undergraduate and graduate theses.
  • Employment begins July 1, 2018.
  • Required Qualifications: Completed doctoral degree in musicology, evidence of a distinguished program of scholarship, and a strong commitment to innovative and engaging teaching.
  • To Apply: Submit electronically in PDF a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and two publications or samples of your scholarship to: gbarnett -at- rice.edu (Gregory Barnett) with the subject line, MUSICOLOGY SEARCH. In addition, applicants should arrange for three letters of reference to be sent separately as PDF attachments to an email.
  • NEW 9/12 To Apply: Submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and two publications or samples of your scholarship to https://jobs.rice.edu/postings/11715.
  • In addition, applicants must provide contact information for three references who will be contacted for letters of recommendation at the time of the application submission.
  • Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled.
  • Posted to AMS-L 8/18/17 and 9/12/17
  • The website linked above has different submission instructions than this posting here. It requests that applications be submitted through the Rice employment website. (9/15)
  • Good catch - I didn't notice that the submission instructions had changed the second time the job was posted on AMS-L (9/12). The above listing is updated accordingly.
  • 10/30 Request for AMS or Skype interview

Rochester Institute of Technology: Assistant Professor, Music Studies (Deadline: 21 August 2017)Edit

  • Instructional Faculty 3251BR
  • College of Liberal Arts
  • CLA-Performing Arts and Visual Culture
  • Faculty Type (Tenure Status): Tenure-Track
  • Faculty Rank: Assistant Professor
  • Employment Category: Fulltime
  • Anticipated Start Date: 15-Aug-2018
  • The Department of Performing Arts & Visual Culture at the Rochester Institute of Technology invites applications for a tenure track position at the Assistant Professor level in Music Studies to begin late August 2018. We are looking for a teacher/scholar/practitioner who can support our Music Studies minor and immersion, including student advising, curriculum development, teaching courses in music history, music theory, direction of the RIT Orchestra, courses in the candidate’s area of specialization, and other courses as needed by the department. The teaching load is 5 classes per year.
  • The candidate will have an interest and ability to contribute to a community committed to Respect, Diversity, and Pluralism. Select to view links to RIT’s core values, honor code, and diversity commitment.
  • Required Minimum Qualifications
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
Ability to contribute to RIT’s offerings in Music and the Department of Performing Arts & Visual Culture
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)
Experience in disciplinary or interdisciplinary research and teaching collaborations
Ability to contribute to RIT’s commitment to diversity and inclusive excellence
  • Required Minimum Education Level: PhD
  • Required Application Documents: Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae or Resume, List of References, Statement of Diversity Contribution, Statement of Teaching Philosophy
  • HOW TO APPLY: Apply online at http://careers.rit.edu/faculty. Search: 321BR. Please apply online and submit your application, cover letter addressing the listed qualifications; a CV; and upload the following attachments:
A statement of teaching philosophy
A contribution to diversity statement
The names and contact information for three references.

Saint Anselm College: Assistant Professor in Music (Deadline: 01 October 2017)Edit

  • Tracking Code: 20120788
  • Job Description: The Department of Fine Arts invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Music to begin fall 2018. The Department consists of five full-time faculty across three areas—Music, Art History, and Studio Art. We seek an outstanding music teacher-scholar with a strong interest in performance who will complement and augment the strengths of our faculty. The College’s Fine Arts Major with a Music emphasis offers students several options: Performance, Music History, Music Theory, Composition, Conducting, and Music Education, as well as a general music track.
  • 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. The successful candidate will also teach Conversatio, a multidisciplinary first-year course providing every Saint Anselm student a shared learning experience in the Liberal Arts. Finally, the successful candidate will share in the administrative duties of the department, as well as the Music program, and participate in its growth and development.
  • Submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, evidence of teaching experience and research potential (samples of scholarship, articles or conference papers), academic transcripts, and audio sample of performance (mp3 or website link) to the attention of Dr. Katherine Bentz, Department Chair, Fine Arts via this website. Three letters of recommendation are required and should be submitted in PDF format via email to the department faculty assistant, Donna Hume at dhume@anselm.edu. Applications should be received by October 1 for full consideration.
  • Required Skills: A Ph.D. in Music preferred, D.M.A. considered (degree in hand by September 2018); Candidates should demonstrate a strong commitment to excellence in teaching at the undergraduate level as well as scholarly research. Applications from candidates with experience in piano performance, coaching ensembles, and/or instrumental conducting are especially welcome.
  • Required Experience: Teaching experience at the undergraduate level is preferred. Successful candidates will be able to assist the college to further its strategic goals for institution-wide diversity and inclusiveness.
  • Job Location: Manchester, New Hampshire, United States
  • Position Type: Full-Time/Regular
  • Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2017-18
  • Invitation for Skype interview (11/13)

San Jose State University: Assistant/Associate Professor of Music History (Director of the Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies) (Deadline: 15 September 2017)Edit

  • Subject to budgetary Approval
  • Specialization: Music History, Director of the Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies
  • Job Opening ID (JOID): 24057
  • Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor (Tenure-track)
  • Required Qualifications: Doctorate in Musicology or closely related field, with demonstrated expertise in Ludwig van Beethoven studies. Knowledge of the historical, analytical, and theoretical aspects of 18th and 19th century composers and music. A record that demonstrates promise of a successful career as a teacher-scholar within the context of an urban comprehensive university. Terminal degree by start of appointment is required. Candidate must address the needs of a student population of great diversity - in age, cultural background, ethnicity, primary language, and academic preparation - through course materials, teaching strategies, and advisement.
  • Preferred Qualifications: Successful teaching experience at the university level. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with diverse stakeholders, including students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors, community members, and board members. Reading knowledge of German.
  • Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the School of Music and Dance, including, but not limited to, courses in Music Appreciation, Music History, upper-division writing, and graduate seminars in Research and Bibliography, Music History, and Performance Practice. Act as thesis advisor for master’s students and serve on graduate student committees. Participate in School administrative activities, and serve on School, College, and University committees. Build and sustain a record of research, scholarly, and creative activities.
  • Initial appointment will be as Director of the Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies under renewable term conditions. Individual shall be responsible for overall strategic leadership of the Center, creating and implement educational outreach programs and integrating the aims and mission of the Center with the School of Music and Dance and the broader university to make the Center a resource for students, scholars, performers, and other institutions. She or he shall oversee all functions of the Center, including: budget and space, reporting, staff supervision, event planning and coordination, and oversight of The Beethoven Journal. The Director shall work with the Center’s Curator to (a) build collections and plan and implement exhibits; (b) establish program priorities and development objectives with the Board of Trustees of the American Beethoven Society; (c) develop grant fundraising proposals for local and national funding agencies; (d) work with the Dean and development staff to help build the Center’s endowments and foster relationships with potential donors.
  • Salary Range: Commensurate with qualifications and expertise
  • Starting Date: January 22, 2018, with possibility of extending start date to August 20, 2018 if necessary.
  • Eligibility: Employment is contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
  • Application Instructions: For full consideration, submit an electronic packet that includes: (1) letter of application; (2) curriculum vitae; (3) statement of teaching interests/philosophy; (4) statement of research agenda; (5) writing sample; and (6) a list of three references with contact information by noon on September 15, 2017 to Dr. Fred Cohen, Director of the School of Music and Dance via Interfolio. Transcripts and current letters of recommendation will be required of finalists.
  • Inquiries may be directed to Dr. Fred Cohen: Fred.Cohen@sjsu.edu. Please include JOID 24057 in all correspondence.
  • Also posted at Music Administration 2017-18

San Jose State University: Assistant Professor of Mexican American Studies (Deadline: 15 October 2017)Edit

  • Mexican American Studies
  • Specialization: Cultural & Creative Expression
  • Job opening ID (JOID): 24219
  • RANK: Assistant Professor, Tenure Track
  • QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. required by the appointment start date with academic preparation in the humanities, arts or social sciences with an emphasis on Chicana/o Studies and Chicanx-Latinx communities.
  • Required: 1.) Experience in Chicanx-Latinx community research and engagement, 2.) Demonstrated awareness of and sensitivity to the educational goals of multicultural populations, gained in cross-cultural study, training, teaching or other comparable experience, 3.) Publications or strong potential for publications, and teaching experience appropriate to academic specialty.
  • Preferred: 1.) Expertise in Cultural Production, Art, Performance Studies, Musicology, Folklore, Popular Culture, or other related areas, 2.) Knowledge of curriculum development in Chicana/o Studies, 3.) Evidence of both undergraduate and graduate mentoring, 4.) Successful grant writing skills.
  • RESPONSIBILITIES: This professor will: 1.) teach courses in Mexican American Studies at both the undergraduate and graduate levels that align with the applicant’s training and interests; 2.) provide leadership in the development of the Cultural and Creative Expression emphasis in the department; 3.) support the development of the new undergraduate major through course development, advising, and the internship and capstone courses. This work will involve crossing disciplines and active engagement with diverse groups and individuals. Scholarly and professional contributions are expected for tenure and promotion. Responsibilities include developing and updating curricula, advising students, and serving on administrative and academic committees. The candidate must have experience and/or demonstrate the potential to address the needs of a diverse student population—in age, cultural background, ethnicity, primary language, and academic preparation—through course materials, teaching strategies and advising.
  • SALARY RANGE: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
  • STARTING DATE: August 22, 2018
  • ELIGIBILITY: Employment is contingent upon proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
  • APPLICATION DEADLINE: Review of applications will begin on October 15, 2017, and continue until position is filled.
  • Application Instructions: For full consideration, send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching interests/philosophy, a statement of research plans, and at least three confidential letters of recommendation with contact information.
  • Question may be directed to:
Professor Magdalena Barrera, Recruitment Committee Chair
Mexican American Studies Department
San José State University
1 Washington Square
San José, CA 95192-0118
Magdalena.barrera@sjsu.edu
  • Please include the Job Opening ID (JOID) on all correspondence.

Schola Cantorum Basiliensis: Junior Technical Research Assistant (Deadline: 26 August 2017)Edit

  • We are looking for you to join the Academy of Music, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis – Institute for Early Music in Basel, Switzerland, at the earliest possible date:
  • Junior Technical Research Assistant (50%) for the SNF project "Polifonia sforzesca" at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (30 months).
  • Your tasks: As part of a four-member research team you will participate in the research activities of the forthcoming SNF project "Polifonia sforzesca" at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, which is expected to start in January 2018. You will be in charge of the technical aspects of the project and you will manage the interaction between the research work and the project‘s technical infra­struc­tures. In close cooperation with the colleagues of the research team, you will work at an online edition of the "motetti missales" repertory of the end of the fifteenth century. Furthermore, you will develop your technical skills to contribute to design and build an Omeka-based research portal which will include the online edition, the Motet Cycles Database (see motetcycles.com), as well as the digiti­zation of selected sources and their metadata.
  • Your profile: You have recently completed a Master‘s programme in music or musicology (or another field with additional musical competences) and you are interested in the application of digital humanities to music. You can look back on practical experience with digital editions and ideally with Omeka (or a comparable web-publishing platform). Furthermore, you are able to encode Renaissance music in MEI. You have a very good command of oral and written English and a basic knowledge of German. A strong interest in team-oriented and collaborative work as well as willingness to improve your skills related to digital techniques in the course of the project round off your profile.
  • Please submit your application before 26 August 2017 online via the following button. For further information please contact Dr. Agnese Pavanello, research associate, P +41 61 264 57 57. Email: agnese.pavanello@fhnw.ch

Schola Cantorum Basiliensis: Senior Research Associate (Deadline: 26 August 2017)Edit

  • We are looking for you to join the Academy of Music, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis – Institute for Early Music in Basel, Switzerland, at the earliest possible date:
  • Senior Research Associate (50%) for the SNF project "Polifonia sforzesca" at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
  • Your tasks: As part of a four-member research team you will participate in the research activities of the SNF project "Polifonia sforzesca" at the Schola Canto­rum Basiliensis, which will start in January 2018. In close cooperation with the colleagues of the research team, you will work at an online edition of the "motetti missales" repertory, carrying out specific research on this repertory and its historical context. You will present the research results in conference presen­tations and publications. Furthermore, you will contribute to designing a research portal which will include the online edition, the Motet Cycles Database (see motetcycles.com), as well as the digitization of selected sources and their meta­data. Preparing and editing contents for the research portal will also be part of your remit. The position is initially limited to 3 years.
  • Your profile: You have completed a doctorate in musicology with a focus on the late Middle Ages or on the Renaissance and are familiar with the international research sector in your field. Additionally, you have a solid philological back­ground as well as experience in transcription and editions of early music (especially polyphony). Competencies in medieval liturgy and liturgical/devotional poetry as well as experience in archival research are desirable. You are interes­ted in the application of digital techniques to musicology. You have an excellent command of oral and written English and a very good knowledge of German; competencies in Latin and Italian are also required. A strong interest in team-oriented and collaborative work rounds off your profile.
  • Please submit your application before 26 August 2017 online via the following button. For further information please contact Dr. Agnese Pavanello, research associate, P +41 61 264 57 57. Email: agnese.pavanello@fhnw.ch
  • Notification of short list and request for interview 9/07

Shenandoah Conservatory: Assistant Professor of Musicology (Deadline: 12 January 2017)Edit

  • Shenandoah Conservatory is seeking an exceptional musicologist and musician passionate about student mentorship and collaborative work to join Shenandoah Conservatory’s Academics Division as Assistant Professor of Musicology. This full-time and career-contract track position begins in August of 2018.
  • The successful candidate will join colleagues in advancing the Conservatory’s reputation as a vibrant and innovative center for excellence in music training, collaborative performance, and work tackling issues at the intersection of the performing arts and contemporary society. Beyond contributing to the intellectual vitality of our intensive arts community, the chosen candidate will have the following primary responsibilities: teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in music history; advising DMA lecture-recital documents; and teaching undergraduate courses in the tonal theory track, including lecture and/or ear training as needed. Approximately one-third of the classroom teaching will be in the theory track. Additional duties include service on university-wide committees, participation in division meetings, and assistance with administrative tasks within the music history area.
  • Required qualifications include the following: An exceptionally promising scholarly profile as evidenced by a record of conference presentations or publications; A demonstrated passion for teaching, with experience teaching Western art music history; An orientation towards innovative curriculum and pedagogy; A desire to join and advance an intensive scholarly and performance-oriented conservatory; and A completed PhD in Musicology by August 15, 2018.
  • This search for this position will continue until filled. Complete application submissions will include a cover letter addressing all qualifications outlined above; a Curriculum Vitae, including names and contact information for three references; and a statement of teaching philosophy. A pre-employment background check will be required for employment. If the position requires driving for University business, a satisfactory driving record will be required as well.
  • To confirm, Shenandoah University is committed to enriching its educational experience and culture through the diversity of its faculty, administration, and staff. All candidates are strongly encouraged to include a statement in their cover letters addressing ways in which they may be able to contribute to that commitment.
  • Click HERE to apply for this position. At the resulting page, click on the “Assistant Professor of Musicology” job title written in blue under the heading “Latest Job Listings” on the left side of that screen. Then click one of the “Resume/CV” button choices in the “Apply” box at the bottom of the posting to input your information. If this is the first time you will have applied to a Shenandoah University position using this automated process, please choose the “New” option. Be prepared to upload the previously referenced documents as you go through this process.
  • 12/4 Note from committee member: to ensure full consideration of application, submit by January 12.

Southern Methodist University: Assistant Professor of Musicology/Ethnomusicology (Deadline: 01 October 2017)Edit

  • Southern Methodist University: Meadows School of the Arts
  • 050316 Assistant Professor of Musicology/Ethnomusicology
  • Location: Dallas, TX
  • Division of Music
  • Assistant Professor Musicology/Ethnomusicology, Tenure Track
  • The Division of Music invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor. We have curricular needs in Western art music of ca. 1600-1800 and non-western traditions, the latter being a growth area. Thus the ideal candidate will be a dynamic scholar-teacher with trans-disciplinary research and teaching expertise in one or both of these. Teaching responsibilities include introductory courses for both majors and non-majors on music in history and culture, survey of the Western canon, research methods as well as graduate and undergraduate seminars and special topics, including in the candidate’s area of expertise. Other duties include the supervision of master theses, undergraduate and graduate advising, and service to the University. Starting date: August 2018
  • Qualifications: Completed Ph.D. by 1 August 2018; proven success in teaching undergraduate and graduate music courses; and evidence of scholarly productivity or potential.
  • Application Instructions: Submit Cover Letter, CV, and three letters of recommendation via Interfolio. Review of applications will begin 1 October 2017, but the committee will accept applications until the position is filled. The committee will notify applicants of the employment decision after the position is filled. Hiring is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of a background check.
  • 10/6  Request for writing sample, teaching philosophy, and student evaluations from two recent courses
  • 10/30 Anything here?
  • 10/31 Request for AMS/Skype Interview
  • 12/1 Any news?

Spring Arbor University: Music Faculty Position (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 22 November 2017)Edit

  • Job Title: MUSIC FACULTY POSITION
  • Job Description: Spring Arbor University seeks a full-time instructional faculty member for a tenure-track position beginning in August, 2018.
  • Essential Duties Summary: Teach courses in the music undergraduate major as well as courses in the interdisciplinary general education curriculum. The ideal candidate would be an experienced musicologist with strength in teaching music history and literature along with vocal or instrumental private lessons. The teaching load may also include other instruction based on the candidate’s strengths.
  • Required Qualifications: A Master’s degree in a relevant field of music is required, as is teacher certification in music for the State of Michigan. A doctorate and college teaching experience are strongly preferred. The successful candidate will be able to articulate a Christian philosophy of faith and learning. Spring Arbor University seeks scholars who are engaged in the serious study of the liberal arts, are committed to Jesus Christ as their perspective for learning, and are dynamic participants in the contemporary world. Individual will exhibit a life and service that is in full accord with the Spring Arbor University Concept and Community Covenant. Experience working in multicultural academic environments preferred and individuals from diverse populations are encouraged to apply.
  • Job Type: Full Time
  • Location: Spring Arbor
  • Posting Number: P-163
  • Open Date: 11/22/2017
  • Open Until Filled: Yes
  • Applicants: Applicants must be thoroughly supportive of the University’s mission and values as an evangelical Christian university affiliated with the Free Methodist Church. As a Christian community, Spring Arbor University has established commitments intended to maintain high standards within the evangelical community. It is expected that university faculty will uphold these Biblical values, both on and off campus, and conscientiously model a wholesome Christ-honoring lifestyle to students and colleagues. Official degree transcripts will be required with any eventual offer.

Stanford University: Assistant/Associate Professor, Islam & the Arts (Deadline: 02 October 2017)Edit

  • Assistant- or Associate-Level Faculty Position in Islam and the Arts
  • Stanford University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor or a tenured Associate Professor faculty position in Islam and the Arts. The search is open to scholars focused on Islamic religious arts and performance; non-religious artistic and literary productions of the diverse cultures of Islamic societies; and scholar/artist practitioners. The applicant must have a conferred terminal degree in his/her field by September 1, 2018. The appointment can be in one of the following departments in the School of Humanities and Sciences: Art and Art History, Music, Theater and Performance Studies, or Comparative Literature.
  • The successful candidate will be based in a humanities department but is also expected to contribute to the Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies’ curricular and outreach efforts. Candidates should demonstrate interests that afford effective interactions with a broad range of colleagues and the ability to teach and mentor a diverse student body. Teaching responsibilities will be determined by the home department.
  • Applicants should provide a cover letter including a brief statement of research interests, a curriculum vitae including list of publications, and one recent writing sample or, in the case of an arts practitioner, a link to the applicant’s website. Assistant level and untenured applicants should arrange to have three letters of reference submitted to AcademicJobsOnline.org. Currently tenured applicants should submit the names of three references. For full consideration, materials should be received by October 2, 2017.
  • Please use the following link to apply: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/9281
  • Further Info: Zach Al-Witri, zalwitri@stanford.edu, 650 736 8169, 417 Galvez Mall, Stanford CA 94305
  • Also posted at Comparative 2017, Art History 2017-2018, and Theatre 2017-2018
  • (11/11:) Six weeks since deadline. Any movement? (x2 I'd like to know as well)

Stanford University: Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowships (Deadline: 15 November 2017)Edit

  • Stanford University invites applications for postdoctoral fellowships in the Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship of Scholars in the Humanities, a unique opportunity for the best recent Ph.D. recipients in the humanities to develop as scholars and teachers. Up to five fellowships will be awarded for a two-year term (with the possibility of a third). Fellows teach two courses per year (or the equivalent) in one of Stanford’s fifteen humanities departments or through an interdisciplinary program or project. They are also expected to participate in the intellectual life of the program, which includes regular meetings with other fellows and faculty to share work in progress and to discuss topics of mutual interest. Fellows will also be affiliated with the Stanford Humanities Center and will have the opportunity to be active in its programs and workshops.
  • The Mellon Fellowship provides postdoctoral fellowships in all the fields represented by Stanford's fifteen humanities departments. Program admissions focus on selected fields of scholarship in each application year (on a rotating basis).
  • Eligible fields for the 2017 competition (for fellowships beginning autumn 2018):
History
Music
Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • We invite applicants for these fellowships from any fields where their work has demonstrable relevance to teaching and research in the designated Stanford department, program, or project. Candidates may wish to specify in the application cover letter the primary eligible field or interdisciplinary area in which they would like to be considered.
  • Candidates for this competition must have received their Ph.D. between January 1, 2015 and June 30, 2018. Fellowships will begin on September 1, 2018.
  • The stipend for 2018-19 will be $80,000, and compensation will include additional support for computer equipment, research, and relocation expenses, depending on the needs of individual fellows.
  • Deadline: Applications must be submitted by 11:59 PM PT on November 15, 2017. To apply, complete the online application process via the link at http://shc.stanford.edu/fellowships/mellon
  • You will be asked to electronically submit the following material:
Cover letter (circa one page) describing your research and teaching interests to an interdisciplinary search committee
Curriculum vitae
Dissertation abstract (up to three pages).
A sample of written work (article length, no longer than 40 pages)
A separate description of teaching experience and interests (up to three pages). Note: Courses will be offered through standing Stanford departments or programs; applicants should familiarize themselves with recent course offerings and curricula.
Three confidential letters of recommendation (or the applicant’s active graduate school dossier)
  • Faxed or emailed application materials cannot be considered.
  • Stanford Ph.D.s and employees are not eligible for consideration.
  • Only complete applications submitted through the online system will be considered. All applications will be acknowledged. Finalists may be interviewed. For more information, please visit http://shc.stanford.edu/fellowships/mellon or contact us at mellonfellows@stanford.edu

Stony Brook University: Tenured or Tenure-Track Position in Music History/Theory/Ethnomusicology (Deadline: 03 November 2017)Edit

  • STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT STONY BROOK: Tenured or Tenure-Track Position in Music History/Theory/Ethnomusicology
  • The Stony Brook Department of Music seeks a scholar of music whose research and teaching profiles complement those of our current faculty. 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. We look for demonstrated achievement in or potential for scholarly productivity, and a record of successful teaching experience. Responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate instruction, supervision of student research and writing, advising, and departmental and university service.
  • This is a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level (if holding a doctorate) or tenured position at the Associate Professor level. Starting date: late August 2018. Salary according to qualifications.
  • Application deadline: review of files begins November 3, 2017, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Applicants should complete the Academic Jobs Online application at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/10091. Electronic submission of materials is required. The application requires these materials: cover letter; CV; statement of experience in promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in scholarship and the classroom; and three letters of recommendation.
  • Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2017-18
  • 12/1: Request for more materials (x4)

Swarthmore College: Assistant Professor of Music (Deadline: 02 December 2017)Edit

  • The Department of Music and Dance at Swarthmore College seeks an excellent teacher/scholar to fill a tenure-track position in historical musicology at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning August 2018. Candidates must be early music scholars who also have demonstrated ability in teaching lower-level harmony and counterpoint. The successful candidate will have a compelling classroom presence, a broad range of teaching and research interests, and be committed to developing a music curriculum (within a Department of Music and Dance) that supports interdisciplinarity and community engagement central to a liberal arts education. Experience leading an ensemble, and scholarly interest in music outside the Western Classical tradition would be particularly welcome. The strongest candidates will be expected to demonstrate a commitment to creative teaching and an active professional program that speaks to and motivates undergraduates from diverse backgrounds.
  • Qualifications: The ideal candidate will hold a Ph.D. in historical musicology completed by the appointment starting date of August 1, 2018.
  • Application Instructions: Qualified applicants should submit an online application through Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/44270 by December 2, 2017. Please include a letter of application that includes your teaching philosophy, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, a sample of scholarly work, and a sample syllabus.
  • 11/2 Does anyone know if "early music scholar" means "a scholar of early music", or does it mean "early career stage music scholars"? Seems a bit unclear.
    • 11/3 I would imagine it means "scholar of early music," however you choose to define that, since it's an assistant professor job which would imply early career stage anyway.

SUNY Geneseo: Assistant Professor of Music (Musicology) (Deadline: 02 January 2018)Edit

  • Campus Title: Assistant Professor of Music (Musicology)
  • Department: Music
  • Position Summary: The Department of Music at SUNY Geneseo invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Music with specialization in Music History/Musicology to begin August 2018. The department offers a B.A. program in Music with two different focuses (Music Performance and Music History/Theory/Criticism/Composition) and a B.A. in Musical Theatre. Students from other majors actively participate in department ensembles as well as in a wide variety of general education courses in music. Music department faculty sustain active profiles in performance and scholarship. *Duties of the position include:
Teach undergraduate courses ranging from general education to advanced music history
Pursue an active research program leading to publication in musicology/music history
Provide academic advisement to students
Contribute to department functioning through committee service
Contribute via service to the campus community and the discipline
  • Our priority is teaching excellence: We seek someone with a strong commitment to teaching in a liberal arts setting and who is prepared to teach both introductory courses and advanced courses in their area of expertise. A commitment to working effectively with students from diverse backgrounds is essential.
  • Required Qualifications
PhD in Musicology/Music History by August 2018
Primary expertise in western classical music
Evidence of potential for excellence in undergraduate teaching
Evidence of an active research program in musicology
Demonstrated commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive working/teaching environment
  • Preferred Qualifications
Secondary expertise in either non-western or non-canonic music
Interest in developing new course offerings that connect to interdisciplinary programs, such as Gender and Women’s studies, Black and Africana studies, Film studies, Latin American studies, Asian studies, Urban Studies, Environmental Studies
Potential to contribute to the College’s first-year writing program
  • Posting Number: F086
  • Number of Vacancies: 1
  • Full or Part-time: Full-Time
  • Appointment Type: Term Tenure Track
  • Length of Initial Appointment: 2 year
  • Appointment Start Date: 08/23/2018
  • Job Posting Date: 11/09/2017
  • Apply By: 01/02/2018
  • Special Instructions to Applicant: The initial application should consist of a cover letter that addresses the required and preferred qualifications and a CV. Applicants should be prepared to upload contact information for 3 references. References will be contacted and invited to submit a letter of recommendation at the time application is completed. Applicants invited to an initial interview may be asked to upload additional documents, such as a sample research paper, a statement about teaching philosophy, sample syllabi, peer observations, or summary teaching evaluations.
  • To be guaranteed consideration, application should be completed by January 2, 2018. The search committee anticipates conducting initial interviews via telephone or Skype from mid to late January. On campus interviews should be completed in February and March.

SUNY Potsdam: Assistant Professor of Music History (Deadline: 15 November 2017)Edit

  • Posting Number: U - 00235
  • Position Title: ASST PROFESSOR
  • Local Title if different: Assistant Professor of Music History
  • Job Category: Faculty
  • FLSA Classification: Exempt
  • Obligation: Academic Year
  • Position Type: Term
  • Appointment Start date: 09/01/2018
  • Appointment End date: 08/31/2020
  • Full Time or Part Time: Full Time
  • Department: CRANE SCHOOL OF MUSIC
  • Search Contact(s): Dr. Jess Tyre, Search Committee Chair
  • Search Contact Phone/Extension: 315-267-3247
  • Search Contact Email: tyrejb@potsdam.edu
  • Search Contact Fax: 315-267-2413
  • Job Summary/Basic Function: Full-time, tenure-track position in musicology with teaching responsibilities including core music history survey courses, upper-level courses, non-major courses, working with Musical Studies students pursuing the major in music history, and electives in the candidate’s area of expertise. Student advising, service, and continued professional engagement are expected as part of the position. The person in this position will be expected to possess communication and interpersonal skills sufficient to work effectively with a diverse student body and within an increasingly diverse campus community.
  • Required Qualifications: Completed Ph.D. in musicology; teaching experience in music history/musicology; expertise in music before 1750; communication and interpersonal skills sufficient to work effectively with a diverse student body and within an increasingly diverse campus community; a demonstrated commitment to creating, fostering and sustaining an inclusive environment in and out of the classroom.
  • Preferred Qualifications: College-level teaching experience beyond the teaching assistant level; evidence of scholarly work on underrepresented musics; work, research or teaching involving underrepresented groups; collaborative work across various departments in fostering the success of underrepresented groups.
  • Supervisor: Chair, Dept of Theory/History/Comp
  • Open Until Filled: Yes
  • Special Instructions to Applicants: Please submit a list of three references with current contact information (email and telephone), indicating how long and in what capacity you have known each reference.
  • Application review begins November 15, 2017 and continues until position is filled.
  • Posted to AMS-L 9/25

Syracuse University: Part-time Faculty - Musicology/African-American Studies (Spring 2018) (Deadline: Open until filled)Edit

  • Job# 073266
  • Job Title: Part-time Faculty- African American Studies and Musicology- Intro: African American Music
  • Pay Range: $6,000 per course
  • Job Type: Part-time
  • Rank: PTI/Adjunct
  • Job Description: The Department of African American Studies at Syracuse University invites applications for Spring 2018 semester. AAS 206 – Introduction: African American Music" (3 credits), a non-tenure track, African American Studies and Musicology adjunct PTI position. Meets Tuesday/Thursday 11:00 am – 12:20 pm.
  • AAS 206 Intro: African American Music introduces students to the contributions and transformations made in the music that the enslaved African brought to the western hemisphere.
  • Appointment will begin one week before the start of classes in January 9, 2018 and end May 9, 2018. The first day of class will begin January 16, 2018.
  • Qualifications: A Doctorate (or ABD) required. Black Studies and Musicology doctoral training preferred.
  • For full consideration, please submit the following materials online: cover letter, CV, and names and contact information for three references.
  • Job Posting Date: 11/17/2017


  • Job# 073599
  • Job Title: Part-Time Faculty- AAS 409/609 (History of Jazz, 1940 - Present)
  • Pay Range: $6,000 per course
  • Job Type: Part-time
  • Rank: PTI/Adjunct
  • Job Description: The Department of African American Studies at Syracuse University invites applications for spring 2018 semester. AAS 409/609 – History of Jazz, 1940 – Present" (3 credits), a non-tenure track, African American Studies and Musicology adjunct PTI position. Meets Tuesday/Thursday 2:00 pm – 3:20 pm.
  • AAS 409/609 History of Jazz, 1940 – Present: Determines why Bebop was the most significant style development in the 20th century. How did it liberate the music from dance to its own art form? Additional work required of graduate students.
  • Appointment will begin one week before the start of classes in January 9, 2018 and end May 9, 2018. The first day of class will begin January 16, 2018
  • Qualifications: A Doctorate (or ABD) required. Black Studies and Musicology doctoral training preferred.
  • For full consideration, please submit the following materials online: cover letter, CV, and names and contact information for three references.
  • Job Posting Date: 11/17/2017


  • Job# 073502
  • Job Title: Part-Time Faculty - HOM 400 - Musical Sampling
  • Pay Range: $5,000
  • Job Type: Part-time
  • Rank: PTI/Adjunct
  • Job Description: Teach a 3.0 credit hour, Undergraduate course: HOM 400 – Musical Sampling. Spring ’18 semester.
  • Qualifications: ABD or Ph.D. in Musicology
  • Application Instructions: In addition to completing an online application, please submit a resume and cover letter.
  • Job Posting Date: 10/31/2017

Technische Universitat Dresden: Junior Professorship in Empirical Musicology (Deadline: 21 September 2017)Edit

  • The Institute of Art and Music at the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science invites applications for the position of Junior Professorship (W1) in Empirical Musicology to be filled as soon as possible. The position will be offered as a three-year contract. Provided that her or his performance will be evaluated positively, employment may be extended to a total of 6 years.
  • The successful applicant will represent the subject in teaching and research. Research should be focused on the domain of empirical musicology. Connections to areas such as corpus analysis, music psychology, ethnomusicology, or music technology are desired, as are solid foundations in current music theory. Furthermore, the integration of the sound laboratory at the institute into research and teaching is desired. The successful applicant will be expected to play a leading role in establishing the subject of Empirical Musicology as a component in the teaching programme of "Digital Humanities and Social Sciences" at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Interdisciplinary collaboration in research and teaching is desirable, in particular with other subjects from the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Media Centre, the Faculty of Computer Science, the Institute of Acoustics and Speech Communication or the Department of Psychology as well as the Saxon State and University Library Dresden and with the University of Music Carl Maria von Weber Dresden.
  • The candidate will be expected to teach in the expiring BA and MA programmes in Musicology. Furthermore, participation in academic administration as well as the ability and willingness to conduct classes in English are expected. Contributions in research and teaching as concerns the subject of Digital Humanities and Social Sciences as well as experiences in interdisciplinary collaboration are desired.
  • Language requirements are German and/or English at an academic teaching level. It is expected that the candidate will bring the less proficient of these two languages up to this level within three years. Applicants must fulfil the employment qualification requirements of § 63 of the Act Governing Academic Freedom in Higher Education in the Free State of Saxony (Saxon Academic Freedom in Higher Education Act - SächsHSFG). Experience in the acquisition of third-party funding and documented teaching experience are desirable.
  • TU Dresden offers a programme that is tailored towards the specific needs of junior professors. Junior professors will be supported by network meetings, mentoring programmes, training packages and individual coaching. For further information please go to: https://tu-dresden.de/forschung/wissenschaftlicher-nachwuchs/nach-der-promotion/juniorprofessur?set_language=en
  • TU Dresden seeks to employ more female professors. Hence, we particularly encourage women to apply. Applications from disabled candidates or those with additional support needs are very welcome. The university is a certified family-friendly university and offers a Dual Career Service. If you have any questions regarding these topics, please contact the Equal Opportunities Officer of the Faculty (Mr Hermann Diebel-Fischer, +49 351 463-36389) or the Representative of Employees with Disabilities (Ms Birgit Kliemann +49 351 463-33175).
  • Please submit your application, including a letter of motivation, curriculum vitae, a list of publications, a summary of your research projects including grants, teaching record, research concept (incorporating the sound laboratory), as well as one certified copy of the highest academic degree by 21.09.2017 (stamped arrival date of the university central mail service applies) to: TU Dresden, Dekan der Philosophischen Fakultät, Herrn Prof. Dr. Lutz M. Hagen, 01062 Dresden.

Texas Christian University: Assistant/Associate Professor (Roach Honors College) (Deadline: 20 November 2017)Edit

  • Position Title: Assistant/Associate Professor - Tenure Track
  • Position Number: 2017-F115
  • School/College: John V. Roach Honors College
  • The John V. Roach Honors College at Texas Christian University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor position in the College's core interdisciplinary faculty beginning August 2018.
  • The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong interdisciplinary commitment to intercultural inquiry. While the specific disciplinary background is open, experience, expertise, and publications in comparative critical studies encompassing multiple cultural perspectives and a record of exemplary teaching is essential. Demonstrated ability to contribute compelling and innovative lower- and upper-division courses to the College's curriculum is highly valued, as is engagement with themes and issues of class, gender, sex, nationality, citizenship, race, and ethnic identity. As a university that embraces the teacher/scholar model, TCU emphasizes-and expects-a high level of commitment to both teaching and scholarship, and sustained commitments to student engagement and academic citizenship. Salary and teaching load are competitive.
  • Likely disciplinary backgrounds include (but are not limited to) cultural anthropology, ethnology, comparative race and ethnic studies, linguistics, sociology, geography, history, social work, communication studies, social entrepreneurship, musicology, ethnomusicology, art history, religious studies, and comparative literature.
  • Position Requirements: Ph.D., at least four years of full-time teaching at four-year colleges or universities, and a record of distinguished teaching and scholarship grounded in intercultural inquiry.
  • By November 20, interested individuals should submit: CV, cover letter, statement of teaching philosophy, and up to three academic publications to https://tcu.igreentree.com/CSS_Faculty; and three confidential letters of recommendation to hrtalentacquisition@tcu.edu.

Texas Tech University: Assistant Professor of Musicology (Deadline: 01 December 2017)Edit

  • Extended Job Title: Assistant Professor of Musicology
  • Requisition ID: 12128BR
  • Work Location: Lubbock
  • Campus: Texas Tech University
  • Department: School of Music
  • Position Requirements: PhD in Musicology with Demonstrated excellence in teaching graduate/undergraduate music history, or equivalent professional experience. Experience teaching at the university level. Record of professional activity and or research/scholarship that demonstrates emerging or established national recognition in the field of Musicology is paramount. Candidate will continue professional research/scholarship that is relevant to current musicological practices and that will provide the tools for future practice in Musicology. Working knowledge of current practice and theory in Musicology with a specialty in eighteenth and nineteenth century studies consistent with emerging trends in the discipline. Commitment to quality, student-centered education and working as a team member. Strong evidence of the ability and desire to perform service: duties include, but are not limited to, recruiting, program-building, and commitment to extra-curricular activities to the department, college, and the university.
  • The successful candidate will:
Demonstrate ability to teach undergraduate and graduate courses, including large enrollment offerings, and continue to engage in nationally/internationally recognized creative/professional practice, research and scholarship.
Embrace new forms of critically engaged disciplinary practice/research/scholarship in the evolving field of Musicology and opportunities to teach broadly across the undergraduate Musicology curriculum, while focusing on specific areas of interest and expertise in graduate offerings.
As a collaborative departmental citizen, actively participate in departmental, college and university service, including committee work and academic support services such as committee membership, ability to contribute to the mission, research, and where possible assist with ensembles of the TTU Vernacular Music Center; recruitment of students into the program; program review (including implementation and assessment of outcomes); assist in maintaining the area’s accreditation with NASM; and student advising, supervision of student organizations, and participation in sponsored off-campus activities.
Work well with colleagues within and outside the School, particularly in building interdisciplinary collaborations.
Experience working with diverse student populations and first-generation students is highly desirable.
  • Candidates who have very strong records of scholarship supported by extramural funding and who have the proven capacity or clear potential to bring externally sponsored research to Texas Tech University are encouraged to apply. Service duties include program-building, as well as commitment to extra-curricular activities. Service to the department, college, university, and community is expected.
  • Required Qualifications: Academic degree as defined by the academic unit and as appropriate for the position held. Demonstrated record of effectiveness as a teacher, a record of peer reviewed publication and/or peer-reviewed creative activity which has contributed to the discipline or field of study, to the candidate’s intellectual and artistic development, and to the quality of the academic enterprise; a record of professional service appropriate to the discipline; promise of growth in teaching and research or artistic and creative activity.
  • Preferred Qualifications: Ability to form partnerships within and outside of the university, regionally, nationally, and internationally. The ideal candidate will have expertise in the 18th and 19th century and possibly an interest in, and experience with the study of Asian music. A superior knowledge in the discipline and an active record of publication with evidence of continuing promise as an exceptional scholar that includes community engagement and/or collaboration. A willingness to assist in development and implementation of curricula delivered via online and distance education platforms a plus. Sufficient experience in teaching related to the position of hire. Where appropriate, the potential to bring external funding to the School of Music/College. A demonstrated and ongoing commitment to serving diverse student populations.
  • Required Attachments: Cover Letter, Professional/Personal References, Recommendation/Referral, Resume / CV
  • Job Type: Full Time
  • Pay Basis: Monthly
  • Salary Grade: 800
  • Pay Statement: Compensation is commensurate upon the qualifications of the individual selected and budgetary guidelines of the hiring department, as well as, the institutional pay plan. For additional information, please reference the institutional pay plan on the Human Resources webpage.
  • 10/28 Moderator note: Continuation of failed search from last year.
  • 10/29 Can anyone get Texas Tech University's careers page to load? I've tried several computers (with cookies enabled) and receive the following error for all job pages in their application system: "Unable to load site properly: Your current browser settings indicate that cookies are disabled. Cookies are required to properly access our site. To enable cookies, please refer to your browser's documentation for instructions." 
  • 10/29 (2) I'm getting the same error message you are with the direct link to the posting (though it was working fine yesterday). Try going here: https://www.texastech.edu/careers/faculty-positions.php, then click on Search Openings, then keyword "musicology."
  • 10/29 (3) Thank you. Unfortunately I received the same error when I click "Search Openings."
  • 10/30 I am pretty much out of ideas, and you may have to contact Texas Tech HR. One last thing to try: does this direct link to the posting work for you?
  • 10/31 Does anyone have clarity on the requirement for a recommendation/referral, separate from the professional references that I assume signify letters of recommendation? Does this mean cold emailing a warm body in the TTU department and getting them to write a referral for you?
  • 11/7 According to post on HigherEdJobs.com, review of applications will begin on December 1.

Ulster University: Lecturer in Music (Community Music) (Deadline: 08 September 2017)Edit

  • Lecturer in Music
  • Faculty/Department: Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • School/Section: School of Arts and Humanities
  • Campus: Magee
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Percentage hours of full time post (Academic Only): 100%
  • Duration of Post: Fixed Term (Fixed term until 28 February 2021)
  • Salary Range: £34,540-£49,177
  • Closing Date: 8 Sep 2017
  • Additional Information: 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.
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  • Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2017-18

University College Dublin: Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Musicology (Deadline: 30 June 2017)Edit

  • Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Musicology, UCD School of Music, UCD College of Arts and Humanities (Permanent)
  • Applications are invited for a permanent appointment as Lecturer / Assistant Professor (below the bar) in Musicology, UCD School of Music.
  • The appointed Lecturer / Assistant Professor will teach in the BA and BMus programmes in Music and in the MMus in Musicology (with strands in both historical musicology and ethnomusicology). She/he will also supervise and mentor MA and PhD students.
  • The School in particular seeks candidates with a strong research record and teaching interest in the areas of 20th century music (broadly defined), music and media, and/or music and digital culture. The successful candidate will be an innovative scholar with a proven investment in interdisciplinary topics and approaches within the field of musicology.
  • Note: It is envisaged the successful candidate will commence in post on Monday 8th January 2018.
  • Lecturer / Assistant Professor (below the bar) Scale: €32,820 - €57,602 per annum
  • Appointment will be made on scale and in accordance with the Department of Finance guidelines.
  • Closing date: 17.00hrs (Local Irish Time) on Friday 30th June 2017
  • Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified. Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD are unable to accept late applications.
  • Posted to AMS-L 6/12/17.
  • Campus Interviews scheduled 7/21
  • Rejection received 7/27 (x2); shortlisted applicants contacted

University of Alabama: Assistant Professor, Musicology (Deadline: 15 October 2017)Edit

  • Requisition Number: 0810987
  • Number of Open Positions: 1
  • Position Title: Assistant Professor
  • Other Title Information: Musicology
  • Position Type: Faculty
  • Organization: 204241 - MUSIC
  • Position Summary: The School of Music at the University of Alabama invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor. Ph.D. in historical musicology required by time of appointment; college teaching experience preferred. We seek a creative and collegial musicologist whose scholarly interests center on pre-1600 and/or post-1900 music. Primary duties will include the teaching of a wide range of courses in music history and musicology at the graduate and undergraduate levels, including graduate seminars and undergraduate surveys; maintaining an active scholarly production suitable for a research institution; serving on graduate student advisory committees, as well as SOM and University committees; directing theses and other research projects when appropriate.
  • To apply for this position, please complete an online application at facultyjobs.ua.edu, upload a cover letter of application and a curriculum vitae, and send at least three letters of recommendation to the mailing address below. Only applicants who complete the online application will be considered for the position. The University of Alabama is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and actively seeks diversity among its employees. Women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Prior to hiring, the final candidate(s) will be required to successfully pass a pre-employment background investigation.
  • The committee will begin reviewing applications on October 15, 2017, and will continue until the position is filled. *If you have questions, please contact: Dr. Joanna Biermann, Chair, Search Committee, email: jbiermann@ua.edu
  • Send letters of recommendation to:
Chair, Musicology Search Committee
The University of Alabama School of Music
Box 870366
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
  • 10/23 -- Request for two writing samples and skype interview.
  • 10/25 Wow, that was fast, what a waste of time and money to apply to this position.
  • 11/16 -- any news here?
  • 11/15 on campus interviews

University of California, Los Angeles: Assistant Professor of Musicology (Early Music) (Deadline: 15 September 2017)Edit

  • Job #JPF03092
  • HERB ALPERT SCHOOL OF MUSIC - MUSICOLOGY
  • Recruitment Period: Open July 28th, 2017 through September 15th, 2017
  • Description: The UCLA Department of Musicology seeks a scholar in the early stages of their career for a tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor. Required areas of expertise are Early Music, broadly defined. A strong plus (but not a requirement) will be applied-music leadership skills appropriate to future development of the UCLA Early Music Ensemble, which is administered by the department. The department welcomes a wide variety of secondary specialties.
  • All applicants are expected to have a Ph.D. in Musicology or a closely related field. Applicants are also expected to have a robust research agenda and should be prepared to teach at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
  • The position is open until September 15, 2017. To apply, submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, diversity statement, and the names and addresses of three references.
  • Please do this ONLINE at https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF03092.
  • Anyone hear anything? 10/12
  • Request for more materials, 10/16 (x3)
  • 10/18 I have been told that they already know who they want to hire and the search is not transparent. I did not apply for this reason. I know some colleagues who have significant research and teaching background in this field are being excluded. What a shame!
    • 10/19 I did not apply to this either, but respectfully, I disagree with your assessment. The call seeks applicants with diverse methodological approaches (e.g. “early music, broadly defined”); there is evidence above of multiple requests for more materials; recent hires at UCLA have come from several different institutions (again, I’m not connected to this school, but they do seem to have a recent record of transparent hiring practices). Before rushing to judgement, maybe we should wait and see how this job search plays out? In any event, I wish you and your colleagues the best of luck in your respective job searches.
    • 10/25 Yes,but there are only three requests for more material, and those will be the final candidates who were already chosen before the search started. And by the way, this is the same institution that last year hired an ethnomusicologist to fill a music history position. Someone with an interest in Samoan music. Wow!!! So impressed, this is really cutting-edge research. But can someone explain to me what the correlation with western music is? Maybe, that Monteverdi, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, or Verdi (among all the others) went to an all inclusive vacation there??
    • 10/25 (poster #2) Well, speaking as one of the short-listers I'm pretty sure I wasn't chosen before the search started, as I've never even met anyone in the department. It's unfortunate that your colleagues feel excluded, but we all know that the ratio of qualified applicants to positions makes the whole process more of a lottery than anything else. It had been a while since my number came up, so hopefully theirs will too. The only surefire way not to get a job you want, though, is not to apply for it. I have personally seen "preferred" internal candidates not get the job, even after ten years in a position they basically created. (x2)
    • 10/26 Surely we all realize that not everyone posts to this list. The fact that there are only 3 requests for more materials listed here tells us nothing at all about the overall state of the long list or search. 
  • 11/1 I am a member of the Search Committee for this search.  The information in the comment posted on 10/18 is completely incorrect.  We absolutely do not know who we want to hire yet.  We reviewed all the applications and cut the list to 20 people who were asked for further materials.  We will be meeting next week to cut that list to a group of 8 who will be invited to Skype interviews.  Absolutely no candidates were chosen before the search began.  Finally, as regards the first posting on 10/25 above, we did not hire an ethnomusicologist for a music history position last year.
    • 11/2 Many thanks for your input and for refuting the untruthful statements above. (x3)
  • 11/9 Request for Skype interview (x2)
  • 12/5 Any movement? (x2)

University of California, Los Angeles: Associate Professor/Professor of Ethnomusicology (Mohindar Brar Sambhi Endowed Chair) (Deadline: 09 October 2017)Edit

  • Job #JPF03043
  • HERB ALPERT SCHOOL OF MUSIC - ETHNOMUSICOLOGY
  • Open June 19th, 2017 through October 9th, 2017
  • Description: The UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology seeks a senior scholar for a position with tenure at the level of Associate Professor or Professor, depending on achievements and qualifications, to hold the Mohindar Brar Sambhi Endowed Chair in Indian Music.
  • Required areas of expertise are ethnomusicology and the music of India with excellence in research, publications, and teaching. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable in one of its classical forms and possibly one or more of its regional genres.
  • All applicants are expected to have a Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology or a closely related field. Applicants are expected to have a robust research agenda and should be prepared to teach at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
  • The position is open till October 9th, 2017. To apply, submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, diversity statement, one scholarly publication or other sample of creative work, and the names and addresses of three references ONLINE at https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF03043
  • Documents
Cover Letter
Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.
Statement of Contributions to Diversity - Statement addressing past and/or potential contributions to diversity through research, teaching, and/or service.
Scholarly Publication/Sample of Creative Work
Misc/Additional (Optional)
Misc/Additional (Optional)
  • References: 3-5 references required (contact information only)

University of California, Santa Barbara: Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Black Studies (Deadline: 08 January 2018)Edit

  • Job #JPF01061
  • College of Letters & Science - Social Sciences - Black Studies
  • Recruitment Period: Open date: November 13th, 2017; Next review date: January 8th, 2018
  • Apply by this date to ensure full consideration by the committee.
  • Final date: June 30th, 2018
  • Applications will continue to be accepted until this date, but those received after the review date will only be considered if the position has not yet been filled.
  • Description: The Department of Black Studies (www.blackstudies.ucsb.edu) at the University of California Santa Barbara invites applications for a tenure track faculty appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2018.
  • Successful candidates may have a Ph.D. in Sociology, Public Policy, Public Health, Geography, History, African Diaspora Studies, Global Studies, Urban Planning, Anthropology, Architecture, American Studies, Ethnic Studies, Economics, Political Science, Education or related disciplines. We welcome applications from all subfields, but especially encourage social scientist to apply, and we acknowledge interests in strengthening our expertise in environmental justice; race, STEM, and bioscience; global/political theory; cultural studies (art/music/literature/social media). The candidate's orientation to teaching and research should correspond with the Black Studies Department’s universal investment in social justice. A Ph.D. degree in a relevant field is preferred. Ph.D. candidates who expect degree completion by the anticipated start date of July 1, 2018 may apply, but any offer is contingent upon the Ph.D. being conferred before the candidate's start date.
  • The Department is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching and service. We will have preference for candidates with publication(s) in peer review journals, higher education teaching experience and evidence of success in that experience, commitment to departmental service.
  • Application materials must be submitted online. A cover letter highlighting qualifications, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching, relevant teaching evaluations, sample syllabi, and three letters of recommendation should be uploaded to the appropriate sections of the application website: https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/apply/JPF01061.
  • Questions should be directed to the Department of Black Studies Business Officer, Ashley Thompson, at businessofficer@blackstudies.ucsb.edu.
  • For primary consideration, all application materials must be received by January 8, 2017. Review of applications will continue until the post is filled. 

University of Cambridge: British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship (Deadline: 18 August 2017)Edit

  • The British Academy will shortly invite applications to their prestigious Postdoctoral Fellowships scheme, with a deadline expected to be in early October 2017 (http://www.britac.ac.uk/british-academy-postdoctoral-fellowships). These fellowships fund three years of research on a topic of the applicant’s choice, and applications have to be hosted by a UK higher education institution. You should check the latest eligibility details on the British Academy website but basically you need to have obtained your doctorate in the last three years or else to have your viva by the end of March 2018 (but see below). There are also nationality/residency conditions, but you are automatically eligible if you have a doctorate from a UK university.
  • If you would like to apply through the University of Cambridge, you need to submit a draft application to the Faculty of Music by 18 August 2017. Before then you may wish to contact an appropriate member of the Faculty who might act as mentor (for a staff list see http://www.mus.cam.ac.uk/directory/academic-staff), but this is not a requirement.
  • In line with new British Academy requirements, applications will be initially scrutinised by the Faculty but the final decision as to whether we can host your application will be made at University level. We hope to tell you this by around the middle of September; if so, you will be asked at that point to commit yourself to applying through Cambridge, and we will work with you to make your application as good as possible.
  • The documentation we require falls into two parts, the first of which is for the University's evaluation process, while the second is the basis of the application to the British Academy.
  • (i) a document containing your name, the title of your proposed research project, and a research project description (maximum 750 words), addressing the following:
the research problem you are seeking to address and why it is distinctive
the design and methodology through which your project will adresss this problem
how your proposed research will significantly change the established landscape
how you will complete your project within the three-year period of the award
why Cambridge is the right place to carry out the project
  • (ii) a draft British Academy application consisting of the following:
an academic CV
a summary of your doctoral or other previous research in about 500 words
a research proposal of about 1500 words. This should be structured as shown at the bottom, since these are the key sections of the British Academy application form.
  • These documents should be supplied as Microsoft Word documents (not PDFs) emailed to research@mus.cam.ac.uk. You can also use this address for any queries you may have.
  • You should be aware that in 2016 the British Academy introduced a restriction on the number of times you can apply within your period of eligibility. Normally only one application is possible, although a small number of near-miss applicants may be permitted to apply in the following year. (If this applies in your case, please say so; otherwise we shall assume this is your first application.) For this reason we would generally recommend you to apply in this round only if you will have obtained your doctorate by September 2017; this is in part because in most cases the best informed referees will be your examiners (supervisors are not permitted to act as referees).

University of Cambridge, Pembroke College: Keith Sykes Research Fellowship in Italian Studies (Deadline: 30 September 2017)Edit

  • PEMBROKE COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE
  • The College hopes to elect not later than 31 January 2018 to the following Fellowship starting from 1 October 2018:
  • KEITH SYKES RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP IN ITALIAN STUDIES
  • Following three successful tenures of the Keith Sykes Research Fellowship--Dr Claudia Bolgia was appointed to a Lectureship in the History of Art at Edinburgh University, Dr Kenneth Clarke to an Anniversary Research Lectureship in Medieval Literature at the University of York, and Dr Ambrogio Camozzi is currently in the final year of his outstandingly successful tenure of the Fellowship--the College welcomes applications from scholars with interests in any aspect of Italian culture from the age of Dante to the present: relevant disciplines may include Italian language and literature, music, history and art history.
  • Candidates should have recently completed, or be about to complete, a doctoral degree.
  • The tenure of the Fellowship will be for five years. The holder will be encouraged to do a limited amount of teaching for the College, and to offer an annual course of lectures in the University Department or Faculty with which he or she will be affiliated, but would require the permission of the Governing Body to undertake other paid work; the holder will also be expected to support an annual “Italian evening” and other related events, and the annual Keith Sykes Lecture.
  • The stipend will be based on points .30 to .34 of the University’s scale for academic stipends. This is currently £22,494 for a candidate who has not yet completed a doctorate, rising to £25,298 once the degree has been awarded; teaching will be separately remunerated. Research Fellows are offered subsidized accommodation, in college if unaccompanied, in college-owned flats or houses if partnered; where accommodation is not required the Keith Sykes Research Fellow will be provided with a study in College.
  • Research Fellows, like every Fellow of the College, are members of the Governing Body, and enjoy a range of benefits and privileges as well as responsibilities. These include seven free meals per week at High Table, access to a Fellows’ Research Fund, and eligibility for support for conferences or workshops Fellows organize in Cambridge.
  • Applications should be made online at http://www.pem.cam.ac.uk/about/job-vacancies/ by 30 September 2017.
  • Incomplete applications will not be considered

University of Cambridge, Selwyn College & Trinity Hall: Early Career Research Fellowships (Deadline: 13 November 2017)Edit

  • Churchill College, Fitzwilliam College, Murray Edwards College, St Edmund’s College, Selwyn College and Trinity Hall operate a Joint Application Scheme for Early Career Research Fellowships. Applications will be considered by all Colleges offering Fellowships in the relevant subject. A total of eleven Fellowships is offered but candidates are advised that competition is likely to be intense; last year over 1000 applications were received.
  • Trinity Hall: Applications are invited for a Research Fellowship in Anglo-Saxon, Architecture, Classical Literature & Linguistics, Education, English, Linguistics, Modern and Medieval Languages (MML) or Music, which will normally be tenable for three years from 1 October 2018. The Fellowship is open to graduates, men or women, of any University, with no age limit, but will normally be awarded to candidates who have recently completed their PhD or are close to completion. The function of Fellowships is as initial (normally) post-doctoral positions appropriate to the start of an academic career.
  • Selwyn College: Applications are invited for a stipendiary Centenary Research Fellowship, supported by the Isaac Newton Trust, in the following arts subjects: Anglo-Saxon, Architecture, Classical Literature and Linguistics, Education, English, Linguistics, Modern and Medieval Languages, Music. These will normally be tenable for three years from 1 October 2018. The Fellowships are open to graduates, men or women, of any University, with no age limit, but will normally be awarded to candidates who have recently completed their PhD or are close to completion. The function of this Fellowship is as an initial (normally) post-doctoral position appropriate to the start of an academic career.
  • The prime duty of a Research Fellow is to engage in research; Research Fellows are also welcome to undertake supervision teaching, if they wish, within a limit of six hours per week. Research Fellows are not expected to undertake any additional administrative duties within a College, but should attend twice-termly meetings of the College’s Governing Body.
  • Candidates are warned that they are responsible for checking their eligibility to take up the post under UK immigration rules.
  • Full information regarding the Fellowships on offer, further particulars and registration details will be available at the Joint Application Scheme website w/c 9 October 2017: http://www.chu.cam.ac.uk/applying/fellows/jrf/
  • All applications to be submitted online by 13 November 2017

University of Chester: Senior Lecturer in Music (Deadline: 17 July 2017)Edit

  • Senior Lecturer in Music
  • Salary: £42,955 - £46,924 Per Annum
  • Location: Kingsway
  • Job Type: Full-Time Permanent
  • Vacancy Group: Academic Staff
  • Category: Academic
  • Closing Date: 07/17/2017
  • Date Posted: 07/03/2017
  • Reference: RA001608
  • Description: We wish to appoint an energetic and enthusiastic research-active Lecturer to contribute to the Department’s music programmes. The successful candidate will contribute to teaching on all the music-based courses, supervise research students and undertake pastoral duties in support of students.
  • The successful applicant will have a proven track record of Higher Education lecturing in music. 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: musicology, performance studies (especially applied to popular music performance) or popular music performance. Proven experience at research supervision would also be beneficial together with evidence of an emerging research profile to support this. Beyond this, all areas of expertise in music are welcomed.
  • To apply for this post please download and complete the "Employment and Education Details Form" from the vacancy links section below before clicking apply.
  • Closing date: 17th July 2017
  • It is expected that interviews will take place in the first two weeks of September.

University of Central Oklahoma: Assistant Professor of Humanities (Deadline: 15 January 2018)Edit

  • Humanities and Philosophy, Full-Time, Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor
  • Job ID: 2017-4612
  • Number of Openings: 1
  • Category: Faculty
  • Org Number: 010080
  • Department: Humanities and Philosophy
  • Location: US-OK-Edmond
  • Proposed Salary Range: Commensurate with experience and credentials
  • Targeted Job Start Date: 8/6/2018
  • Hours Per Week: 40
  • Weeks Per Year: 52
  • Regular Workdays/Hours: Varies
  • Preference Date: 1/15/2018
  • Department Specific Essential Job Functions: Humanities professors teach core curriculum ancient through modern western Humanities classes, which focus on the cultural history of artistic media and ideas, as well as upper-year undergraduate and graduate (M.A.) classes in several areas of the discipline. The successful applicant will be expected to teach upper-level courses on the Early Modern/Renaissance period or later.
  • Qualifications/Experience Required: Teaching, research, departmental/school and university service is expected. An earned doctorate degree awarded by a regionally accredited or internationally recognized institution in the field specified in the position announcement (exceptions require Academic Affairs approval). **NOTE** If the doctorate is not obtained and submitted by the time of employment, the position rank will change to TT-Instructor.
  • Qualifications/Experience Preferred: Ph.D in a Humanities discipline required, with a documented ability through graduate coursework or teaching experience to use interdisciplinary methods in teaching courses that incorporate visual arts, music, literature, and ideas. Competence in a European language desired for potential departmental study tours.
  • Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Ability to perform institutional committee and service work. Position also has a research and creative activity requirement.

University of Colorado Boulder: Professor of Musicology/Director of the American Music Research Center (Deadline: 01 November 2017)Edit

  • The University of Colorado Boulder College of Music invites nominations and applications for the position of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Musicology and Director of the American Music Research Center. Appointment to begin August 2018. 

  • Duties: We seek an outstanding scholar of American music, broadly defined. Duties of this appointment include teaching courses in historical musicology or ethnomusicology and directing the American Music Research Center (AMRC). The Director will serve as Editor-in-Chief of the American Music Research Center Journal, advise University Libraries on acquisition and collection matters, oversee the organization of AMRC festivals and events, actively work with the College of Music advancement team in AMRC fundraising, preside over the AMRC’s advisory board,supervise the AMRC staff assistant and student assistants, and provide a vision for continued growth. Teaching duties include three courses a year at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as student advising. The successful candidate will maintain an active publication record and a significant national and international presence, as well as participating in college, university, and professional service.
  • Rank / Salary / Benefits / Start Date: Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor (full-time, nine-month, tenure-track position; possibility of entering with tenure)
  • Competitive salary (commensurate with experience)
  • The University of Colorado offers excellent benefits
  • Appointment begins August 21, 2018.
  • Qualifications: The successful candidate will hold a Ph.D. in music and will have an established record of published research, commensurate with his or her career stage. A substantial record of university teaching experience and at least two years of administrative, archival, or curatorial experience are strongly preferred.
  • Special Instructions to Applicants: All applications received by November 1st will receive full consideration. Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.
  • Inquiries should be directed to: Rebecca Maloy, Chair 
Musicology – AMRC Director Search 
maloy@colorado.edu
  • Application Materials Required: Cover Letter, Resume/CV
  • Application Materials Instructions: In order to complete your application to this position, please complete the following 2-step application process:
  • 1. Complete this CU Careers online application process for this position. A CV and cover letter will be required.
  • 2. Within 48 hours of submitting this online application, you will then be notified via email to submit the contact information for three professional references.

University of Copenhagen: Lecturer/Associate Professorship in Musicology (Deadline: 11 September 2017)Edit

  • The Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Denmark, invites applications for an associate professorship in Musicology to be filled by 1 February 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter.  
  • The main subjects covered by the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies are cultural production and art, cultural theory, cultural history and cultural dissemination. The Department conducts research and runs higher education programs from BA to PhD level. The Department’s musicology section is characterized by cooperation between scholars whose research lies within the fields of music history, popular music studies, and ethnomusicology.
  • The associate professor is expected to be able to take part in all the activities of the Department, including examinations and administration, and also to manage research projects, provide pedagogical supervision, support assistant professors and participate in academic assessment panels.  
  • Teaching, examination, and student supervision will take place at the BA as well as MA programs in Musicology. In addition, the Department emphasizes that applicants should be capable of assuming research and teaching tasks across the different sections of the Department. An associate professor at the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies is expected to have published in internationally recognized contexts and to display a scholarly performance corresponding in quality to the international standards on the subject.
  • The department seeks a scholar to participate in, and contribute to the cross-disciplinary dynamics of the current research community.
  • Applications are invited from scholars who have made a substantial contribution to historiographical research on topics pertaining to periods, genres, traditions and contexts within, for example, western art music, non-western art music, popular music and jazz. Applicants whose work crosses borders between such categories are also encouraged to apply.  
  • Submitted works should demonstrate that the scholar has contributed to the development of theoretical and methodological approaches to historiographical problems, questions and challenges, and that they are based on a detailed and thorough investigations of a variety of source materials.  
  • Applicants for associate professorships must have qualifications corresponding to at least the level attained on successful completion of a tenure track assistant professorship. 
  • They must be able to document the following criteria:
A minimum of four peer-reviewed articles in academic journals, at least one of them at level two; or a monograph as well as two articles, at least one of them at level two; or similar publications
Advanced teaching qualifications: Teaching and Learning in Higher Education programme (or equivalent experience) and a teaching portfolio that documents varied pedagogical/didactic practice (both class instruction and individual or collective supervision) See also Educational Charter for the Faculty of Humanities:http://www.humanities.ku.dk/about/vision_and_goals/educational_charter/ and the University’s guidelines: http://uddannelseskvalitet.ku.dk/quality-assurance-of-study-programmes/university-guidelines/pedagogic-basis-and-guidelines/
Well thought-out research and teaching plans. The research plans must include considerations concerning external dissemination activities and social impact. The teaching plans must include considerations concerning how the applicant intends to maintain and develop their pedagogical/didactic competencies.
Participation in relevant and strong Danish and international academic networks, preferably in both research and teaching.
Good citizenship: interest in and commitment to the maintenance and enhancement of a collegiate community and an academic environment in which approaches to educational questions, the development of research and external contacts are based on solidarity.
  • All of the above mentioned criteria must be met. The guidelines are available at the website: http://humanities.ku.dk/about/vacancies/5668eng_Lektorkriterier_paa_HUM_KUendelig.pdf
  • It is also an advantage if applicants have experience of obtaining external funding, alone or together with colleagues.  
  • The duties of the position are evenly distributed on tasks related to teaching and tasks related to research (including relevant administration and knowledge-sharing). Hence the assessment of applicants’ qualifications will assign equal weight to documented competences in the field of teaching, pedagogy and didactics as in the field of research, research collaboration and research organization. Applicants with documentation of excellent teaching skills including experience with development of teaching and with experiences and reflections on how most effectively to integrate research and teaching activities will be given priority.  
  • Within a reasonable period of time (max. 2 years), non-Danish-speaking appointees are expected to acquire proficiency in Danish sufficient to be able to interact with colleagues and students. *For further details about the qualification requirements for associate professors, please refer to the job structure for academic staff
  • For further information about the position, please contact Head of Department, Mette Sandbye, e-mail: sandbye@hum.ku.dk

University of Denver: Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology (Deadline: 10 November 2017)Edit

  • Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology - Lamont School of Music
  • Tracking Code: 002752
  • Position Summary: The University of Denver's Lamont School of Music invites applications for a new, full-time assistant professor, tenure-track faculty position in Ethnomusicology, to begin September 1, 2018. We seek a scholar with an emerging, established, or secondary specialty in music of the African diaspora. Specific areas of specialization are open, but will complement or deepen the research directions already represented by Lamont faculty. The successful candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate courses for majors and non-music majors and will maintain an active research and creative agenda. Additionally, this person will serve as Spirituals Project Faculty Affiliate, integrating with and expanding the mission of The Spirituals Project, a program housed in the Department of Musicology and Ethnomusicology.
  • The Spirituals Project is a broad-based initiative to explore the many, varied dimensions of African American spirituals as art form, tradition, and tool. As Faculty Affiliate, this new hire will work with The Spirituals Project Faculty Director to develop programming that extends and expands the mission of The Spirituals Project by focusing on musical, cultural and historical aspects of the spirituals and related music genres, including explorations of the legacy of the spirituals in ongoing struggles for freedom and equality.
  • Essential Functions:
Teaching: Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in ethnomusicology and related topics, for both music majors and non-majors. Leading an ensemble is encouraged but not required.
Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work: Nationally recognized publications, possibly supplemented with creative work, will be considered for tenure and promotion.
Service: Partner with the Spirituals Project Director to plan and organize festivals, symposia, and conferences (approximately one per year) as Spirituals Project Faculty Affiliate. Serve on School of Music committees and/or University committees, departmental duties as assigned.
  • Required Qualifications: Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology or closely related field. Applicants who are ABD may be considered, provided that they have a scheduled completion date prior to the beginning of the 2018-19 academic year, verified by the graduate advisor. The desired area of scholarly expertise within ethnomusicology is open. A scholarly interest in African American music, including spirituals and related genres of Afro-diasporic music. An ability to interact effectively with diverse communities. An interest and aptitude for event programming (conferences/symposia/festivals).
  • Preferred Qualifications: At least one year experience of teaching at the college/university level or demonstrate via syllabus design the potential for strong teaching. Experience with successful event programming (conferences/symposia/festivals) and community building. Candidates with a strong background in both research and performance are especially encouraged to apply.
  • Application Deadline: Applications received on or before November 10, 2017 will be guaranteed full review. Applications will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled.
  • Special Instructions: Candidates must apply online through www.du.edu/jobs to be considered. Only applications submitted online will be accepted. Once within the job description online, please scroll to the bottom of the page to apply. For questions regarding this position, please contact Prof. Sarah Morelli at Sarah.Morelli@du.edu.
  • For technical questions, please contact Marcy Cozzens at Marcy.Cozzens@du.edu.
  • Please include the following documents with your application:
CV
Cover letter - Please include discussion of how your research, teaching, and/or service contributes to inclusive excellence and involves effective interaction with members of historically underrepresented communities. To acquaint yourself with the priorities and initiatives of the University of Denver, please visit: http://www.du.edu/diversity-inclusion/ and http://www.du.edu/cme/.
Three letters of recommendation - Please arrange for these letters of reference to be sent to Deanna Goldstein either electronically to Deanna.Goldstein@du.edu or by mail to the Lamont School of Music, 2344 E. Iliff Avenue, Denver, CO 80208. The preference is to receive them electronically via email.
  • NOTE: The online system is limited to uploading 5 files. Please combine content if necessary to get all content uploaded.

University of Florida: Lecturer of Music History (Deadline: 01 December 2017)Edit

  • Job no: 505079
  • Work type: Faculty Full-Time
  • Location: Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
  • Department: 13030100 - COTA-MUSIC-DIRECTOR
  • Classification Title: Lecturer
  • Job Description: The School of Music at the University of Florida invites applications for the position of Lecturer in Music History. This is a full-time, nine-month, non-tenure track position.
  • Responsibilities: Teach sections of the undergraduate music history sequence (from Antiquity to the present), music appreciation, and a graduate music history course. Additionally, the Lecturer will serve on graduate committees and contribute to the governance of the School of Music, College of the Arts and the University of Florida through participation in faculty meetings and assigned committees, as well as participation in the School of Music and University events. The teaching load is four courses per semester, with three course preparations. Additional duties may include scholarly or creative activity that supports the teaching mission of the Lecturer position, in keeping with its emphasis on professional development and practice.
  • Advertised Salary: Salary is competitive, commensurable with qualifications and experience, and includes a generous benefits package.
  • Minimum Requirements: PhD in Musicology or Music History and previous university teaching experience.
  • Preferred Qualifications: We are seeking an individual who is enthusiastic about teaching music history and is well-equipped to teach the music history sequence, as well as music from a variety of contexts and cultures in a general education, music appreciation course.
  • Special Instructions to Applicants: To ensure full consideration, all application documents should be submitted by December 1, 2017 via the University of Florida's online application system. Applications will continue to be considered until a suitable applicant pool has been established.
  • Applicants must submit a letter of interest, a detailed curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, and a list of three references. The Search Committee may request additional materials, including letters of recommendation, at a later stage.
  • Inquiries may be sent to: Silvio dos Santos, Chair, Lecturer in Music History Search Committee, Email: mushistsearchuf@arts.ufl.edu

University of Glasgow: Research Associate, Edinburgh Ramsay Project (0.4 FTE) (Deadline: 07 January 2018)Edit

  • Research Associate
  • Reference Number: 019433
  • Location: Gilmorehill Campus / Main Building
  • College / Service: COLLEGE OF ARTS
  • Department: SCHOOL OF CRITICAL STUDIES
  • Job Family: Research And Teaching
  • Position Type: Part Time
  • Salary Range: £34,520 - £38,833 pro rata
  • Job Purpose: To make a leading contribution to the Edinburgh Ramsay Project working with Professor Murray Pittock and Dr David McGuinness. Specifically, the job requires expert knowledge in music of early eighteenth-century Scotland and its sources. The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute to the formulation and submission of research publications and research proposals as well as help manage and direct this project as opportunities allow. (S)he will principally be engaged in working on the textual editions of Allan Ramsay’s Gentle Shepherd and Tea-table Miscellany from a musical point of view. The appointed candidate will be based in the Centre for Robert Burns Studies project room in 7 University Gardens.
  • Knowledge/Qualifications
  • Essential:
A1 An awarded PhD in relevant subject area
A2 Extensive specialist knowledge of the music of Scotland in the early eighteenth century and its sources
A3 A comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge of current issues and future directions within the wider subject area and subject specialism
A4 Knowledge of project-specific data sources and archival materials.
A5 Knowledge of specialist IT software as appropriate, including music engraving in the preparation of editions of ::historical music
  • Desirable:
B1 Knowledge of sound recording and editing techniques
  • Salary will be on the University’s Research and Teaching Grade, level 7, £34,520 - £38,833 per annum, pro-rata based on 0.4FTE.
  • This position is part time for 14 hours per week (0.4FTE), funded for 3 years.
  • New entrants to the University will be required to serve a probationary period of 6 months.
  • Vacancy Ref: 019433, closing date: 7 January 2018.

University of Hong Kong: Society of Fellows in the Humanities (Deadline: 07 January 2018)Edit

  • The Society is seeking outstanding applicants for up to six Post-Doctoral Fellowships, to commence on August 1, 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter, for a period of three years.
  • The Society aims to establish a vibrant research community in which Fellows interact with each other and other members of the Faculty. Fellows will be expected to teach two courses during the term of their appointment, and are required to submit a brief, annual summary of their activities and accomplishments. The University of Hong Kong is an English-medium university. A host department within the Faculty of Arts will be selected on the basis of a Fellow’s proposed area of research.
  • Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree conferred between January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2017, and not be currently employed in tenure-track positions. Applications from candidates who hold a Ph.D. degree from the University of Hong Kong will not be considered.
  • A globally competitive package including a monthly salary, housing allowance, medical benefits, annual leave, and conference and research support will be offered to successful applicants. At current rates, salaries tax does not exceed 15% of gross income.
  • Applicants should send a completed application form together with an up-to-date C.V., cover letter (not exceeding 300 words), a research proposal (not exceeding 1500 words), and a writing sample to the Faculty at sofhku@hku.hk.  Applications must include three letters of recommendation submitted directly to the Society by referees. Dossiers are accepted. Application forms and further particulars can be obtained from http://arts.hku.hk/sofhku/. *Closes January 7, 2018. Successful applicants will be notified by the end of March 2018.
  • The University is committed to diversity and inclusivity.  To promote gender diversity and professional advancement of women, the Faculty of Arts expressly encourages qualified women to apply.


University of Manchester: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Musicology/Ethnomusicology (Deadline: 12 January 2018)Edit

  • Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Musicology/Ethnomusicology
  • Closing Date : 12/01/2018
  • Employment Type : Permanent
  • Duration : from August 2018
  • Faculty / Organisational Unit : Humanities
  • School/Directorate : School of Arts, Languages and Cultures
  • Division : Music
  • Hours Per week : Full time
  • Salary : Grade 6 to Grade 8 £35,550 to £60,410 per annum according to experience
  • Location : Oxford Road, Manchester
  • Job Reference : HUM-11096
  • Music at the University of Manchester is one of the leading Music departments in the UK, consistently ranked in the top three in the principal league tables. In order to build on the outstanding success of this thriving department, we are inviting applications for a permanent, full-time lectureship in Musicology/Ethnomusicology, tenable from 1 August 2018. Applications in any area of Musicology/ Ethnomusicology are welcome, although preference will be given to applicants with a specialism in Ethnomusicology and/or Popular Music (including global popular musics). You will be expected to make a strong contribution to the subject area’s research strategy, including through the publication of high-quality peer-reviewed research outputs and the potential to attract external research funding; to lead undergraduate and Master’s-level teaching and supervision in your field of specialism (including both broad-ranging course units and those offering more focused and intensive study), alongside contributing to teaching in other related areas; to recruit and supervise PhD students; and to contribute to the management and administration of the subject area under the guidance of the Head of Music and Head of Division.
  • As an equal opportunities employer, we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons. As we are committed to the principles of the Race Equality Charter Mark, we would particularly welcome applications from the black and minority ethnic (BME) community who are currently under-represented at this level in this area. All appointments will be made on merit.
  • Please note that we are unable to respond to enquiries, accept CVs or applications from Recruitment Agencies
  • Enquiries about the vacancy, shortlisting and interviews: Name: Professor Caroline Bithell, Head of Music, Email: caroline.bithell@manchester.ac.uk
  • General enquiries: Email: hrservices@manchester.ac.uk, Tel: (+44)161 275 4499
  • Technical support: Email: universityofmanchester@helpmeapply.co.uk, Tel: (+44)161 850 2004
  • This vacancy will close for applications at midnight on the closing date.
  • Further Particulars: HUM-11096 Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Musicology/Ethnomusicology FPS

University of Miami: Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Musicology (Deadline: 10 December 2017)Edit

  • Position Description: The acclaimed Frost School of Music at the University of Miami seeks an innovative scholar, dynamic teacher, and supportive colleague to join the tenure-track faculty of the Department of Musicology . The ideal candidate will embrace an interdisciplinary approach to music research that resonates with the interests of the current faculty of the Department of Musicology and the Frost School of Music. Applications from individuals whose work examines the interplay of historical and modern-day cultural processes, global crosscurrents of musical activity, or new trends in music-centered scholarship are especially welcome. The search committee also encourages applications from members of historically underrepresented groups, particularly those who will enhance an environment of inclusion within the Frost School and help to advance the university's initiatives in hemispheric studies.
  • Responsibilities of the position involve teaching courses on the history of European art music as well as topics in the scholar's particular field of expertise. The new hire will also be expected to pursue a vibrant program of scholarly research that demonstrates continued professional growth and visibility; teaching undergraduate courses; recruiting, mentoring, and advising students; engaging in service within and beyond the institution; and contributing to the creative and intellectual life of the university. 
  • Required Qualifications: A successful candidate at the rank of Full or Associate Professor will have an exemplary record of publication and research, extensive teaching experience at the graduate and undergraduate levels, and a strong national and international reputation. A successful candidate at the rank of Assistant Professor will hold a PhD in musicology, music history, or ethnomusicology at the time of appointment, and show evidence of success in collegiate teaching and an emerging national reputation as a scholar. 
  • Deadline: December 10, 2017 (or until filled)
  • Please DO NOT APPLY THROUGH THE UM CAREER SITE for position #P100033437.
  • What to Submit: Letter of application, CV, and three letters of recommendation
  • Contact Information: Please send all materials electronically, with the subject line: "Musicology Application: [applicant's name]," to Cynthia Dianne Gross, email: c.gross1@miami.edu. 
  • Questions about the search should be addressed to Melvin L. Butler, Chair, Musicology Search Committee, email: mlb267@miami.edu.
  • 11/15 I'm confused about "hemispheric studies" in the job description. Does that mean that this department is looking for an Americanist? A bit of online search seems to indicate that this is a valid assumption, but if anybody has a clearer idea, please confirm/share. Thanks!   

University of Michigan: Assistant Professor of Music, Ethnomusicology (Deadline: 15 December 2017)Edit

  • Duties: The successful applicant will teach graduate and undergraduate classes on ethnomusicological theories and world music repertories and practices; supervise undergraduate and graduate student thesis and research projects; recruit students of high caliber; develop and maintain an active and nationally recognized scholarly profile through publications and conference presentations; participate in faculty governance responsibilities.
  • Qualifications: Completed PhD in ethnomusicology or related area by August 2018; exceptional scholarly potential, or established scholarly reputation; collegiate teaching experience.
  • Rank: Assistant Professor, tenure-track
  • To Apply: Applicants should send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a list of five references (letters are not required at this time). In the cover letter, applicants should include brief creative/research and teaching statements.
  • Review of applications begins on December 15, 2017. To receive full consideration, candidates should apply online and submit materials to smtd-searchcommittee@umich.edu. Please add Ehnomusicology in the subject line. Candidates should be prepared, upon request, to submit a teaching video URL and writing sample.

University of Michigan: Lecturer I (Islamic Arts) (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 05 September 2017)Edit

  • Job Opening ID: 147025
  • Working Title: LEO Lecturer I - Residential College Arts and Ideas Program, Fall 2018
  • Work Location: Ann Arbor Campus, Ann Arbor, MI
  • Full/Part Time: Full-Time
  • Regular/Temporary: Regular
  • Posting Begin/End Date: 9/05/2017 – 9/30/2017
  • How to Apply: Combine into one document a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy and contact information for two references. All applicants must upload the document to UM career website.
  • Course Description: The Residential College Arts and Ideas in the Humanities major program, http://www.rc.lsa.umich.edu/, is seeking to hire a full time Lecturer I to teach courses starting in the Fall 2018 semester. The courses should focus on the scholarly study of Islamic arts, including the visual arts, music, dance, theatre, film, or literature. We expect this person to have a Ph.D. in the scholarly study of one of these art forms, with expertise in any part of the world outside of North America where Islamic arts are practiced. This position will be a 100% position for teaching three courses in the fall semester and three courses in the winter semester.
  • Responsibilities: The primary focus for this position is to be able to teach in the Residential College Arts and Ideas Program, though other program teaching may be available depending on the candidate. Although the Residential College is open to applications from a range of disciplines and specialties, of particular interest would be a specialist in art or music, such as an art historian or ethnomusicologist. The latter could specialize in either music or dance. Though we will prioritize scholars of the modern period, we expect the candidate to have a deep understanding of the historical and cultural context of the art form, and its development over time. Ideally the candidate will be a scholar familiar with large temporal and geographical relationships, and the histories of dialogue, exchange and influence between North and South, East and West. The candidate should also be willing to conduct conversations concerning struggle, misunderstanding, and the imbalances of power. The courses envisioned should encompass a complex and varied field, not limited to a single religion or art form. A multidimensional perspective would demonstrate how Islam has interacted historically with other religious or cultural traditions. The candidate should be prepared to integrate at least two art forms (e.g. literature and painting) in at least one course.
  • Teaching in the First Year Seminar writing program is also highly desired. The primary purpose of the FYS is to prepare students for expository writing at the college level. A further aim of the FYS is to introduce students to the intellectual life of the university through small class size and emphasis on discussion.
  • The successful candidate will find a vibrant scholarly community within the university dedicated the Islamic Studies. The RC, in seeking to broaden its curricular offerings, remains committed to being an active participate in that campus community.
  • The candidate will provide instruction for classes of approximately fourteen undergraduates in an interdisciplinary liberal arts program. Additional duties include participation in college- and program-wide activities, including attending student exhibitions and program meetings. The instructor will provide written evaluations for Residential College students enrolled in the course.
  • Required Qualifications: PhD. with a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching.
  • Desired Qualifications: Previous teaching experience is highly desirable.
  • Additional Information: 100% appointment for Fall and Winter semesters
  • Union Affiliation: This position is covered under the collective bargaining agreement between the U-M and the Lecturers Employee Organization, AFL-CIO, which contains and settles all matters with respect to wages, benefits, hours and other terms and conditions of employment.
  • Selection Process: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until position is filled.
  • 10/27: Any movement here? 

University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Assistant Professor in African American and African Diaspora Studies (Deadline: 16 October 2017)Edit

  • Position Number: 0900
  • Functional Title: Assistant Professor at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Position Type: Tenure Stream
  • Position Summary: The African American and African Diaspora Studies Program at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) invites applications for a tenure-track position in Black Atlantic/Afro-Latin America (Assistant Professor), to begin August 1, 2018.
  • Applicants must have a Ph.D. (or anticipated by 8/1/18) in Anthropology, History, Ethnomusicology, or related fields of study pertaining to the Black Atlantic with a focus on Afro-Latin America. Specialists in Brazil, the Caribbean, and the Circum-Caribbean are welcome. Consideration will also be given to West and Central Africanists with research and/or teaching linked to Latin America.
  • Teaching responsibilities are three courses per semester. Offerings include undergraduate surveys with upper-level courses in the area of expertise. Demonstrated engaged teaching and the ability to contribute to the program’s dynamic intellectual life and broader community is especially favored.
  • Tenure Status: Tenure Track
  • Special Instructions to Applicants: We will begin reviewing applications on October 16, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled. More information may be obtained from Dr. Cerise L. Glenn, Program Director of African American and African Diaspora Studies (email: clglenn@uncg.edu).
  • Applicants should submit all materials electronically (to apply, visit https://jobsearch.uncg.edu and click on “Faculty” and apply to position #0900) including a cover letter, CV, a 1-2 page detailed description of their research program, up to three representative publications, a 1-2 page statement of teaching interests and teaching philosophy, and names and e-mail addresses of three people to be contacted for letters of recommendation.
  • Applicants are asked to provide the names, email addresses, and phone numbers of at least three (3) contacts to provide Letters of Recommendation, in the References section of the electronic application. These contacts will be solicited by the UNCGjobsearch system via email, and asked to provide a confidential Letter of Recommendation on behalf of the applicant. This will occur when a candidate is possibly being considered for an interview.
  • Recruitment Range: Competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.
  • Job Open Date: 09/18/2017
  • For Best Consideration Date: 10/16/2017
  • Type of Appointment: 1.0 (Full-Time)
  • Time Limited? No
  • Number of Months per Year: 9

University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology (Deadline: 20 October 2017)Edit

  • Position Number: 13954
  • Functional Title: Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology
  • Position Type: Tenure Stream
  • Position Summary: The UNCG School of Music, part of the UNCG College of Visual and Performing Arts, is seeking to hire a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology to join the graduate faculty of the Music Studies Department.
  • Responsibilities: Teach three courses per semester; offerings include undergraduate surveys with upper-level courses in the area of expertise, including: American music, music cultures of the world, topics/area courses, and graduate seminars. Serve on graduate and dissertation committees. ​T​he UNCG School of Music seeks applications from candidates who will actively contribute to our efforts to celebrate cultural diversity and who are committed to advancing inclusion and equity.
  • Minimum Qualifications: Doctoral degree in Ethnomusicology or a related field
  • Preferred Qualifications: Demonstrated success in teaching at the university level. Ongoing research activity with strong record of (or potential for) publication. Ability to lead an ensemble is an asset but not required.
  • Tenure Status: Tenure Track
  • Special Instructions to Applicants: Applicants should submit all materials electronically.
  • Applicants must include:
1. Cover letter
2. Curriculum Vitae
3. One-page description of research
4. One-page statement of teaching interests and philosophy
5. Names and e-mail addresses of three people to be contacted for letters of recommendation
  • Applicants are asked to provide the names, email addresses, and phone numbers of at least three (3) contacts to provide Letters of Recommendation, in the References section of the electronic application. These contacts will be solicited by the UNCGjobsearch system via email, and asked to provide a confidential Letter of Recommendation on behalf of the applicant.
  • Recruitment Range: Commensurate with experience
  • Org #-Department: Music Performance - 12611
  • Job Open Date: 10/06/2017
  • For Best Consideration Date: 10/20/2017
  • (11/9) Request for more materials. (x5)
    • (12/1) Any movement here?

University of North Texas at Dallas: Music Appreciation Adjunct Instructor (Deadline: Open until filled, posted 09 September 2017)Edit

  • Requisition Number: FAC - 201000000217
  • Job Title: Music Appreciation Adjunct Instructor
  • Job Description: The University of North Texas at Dallas invites applications for the position of Music Appreciation Adjunct Instructor, with a special emphasis on American Music. The number of vacancies is dependent on student enrollment, division needs, and dean approval. Your application cannot be considered until all required documents have been received. Adjunct instructors plan classes and implement and evaluate teaching/learning objectives and student learning outcomes. An adjunct instructor undertakes the divisional and professional responsibilities of a part-time faculty member, including office hours. The successful applicant will be expected to provide quality instruction in undergraduate Art Appreciation courses matching the instructor’s background, education, and skills base. Adjunct faculty members will be required to use texts and meet certain content parameters set by the Department of Languages and Communication. Adjunct instructors also will be required to include in their courses certain student assessment measures determined by the department, and to compile data on those assessment criteria. Additional information about course design, assessment criteria and texts can be obtained from Dr. Sheryl Santos-Hatchett at sheryl.santos-hatchett@untdallas.edu.
  • Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in Music Education, Music, Music World History, or other Music-related discipline and significant demonstrated experience in teaching Music -related courses.
  • Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience in teaching Music in public educational settings to multicultural populations; Performance or directing ability; Significant knowledge of American Music genres, World Music and/or ethnomusicology; Demonstrated ability to inspire Music appreciation for non-majors
  • Special Instructions to Applicants: Submit a professional CV; letter of application outlining the applicant’s interest, qualifications and experience for the position; contact information for three professional references; and unofficial graduate transcripts to http://unt-dallas.peopleadmin.com/.
  • For more information visit http://untdallas.peopleadmin.com or contact Dr. Sheryl Santos-Hatchett at sheryl.santos-hatchett@unt.edu. Statements of teaching interests and teaching philosophy may also be requested from applicants.
  • Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the search is closed.

University of Nottingham: Assistant Professor in Music (Deadline: 18 October 2017)Edit

  • Reference: ARTS165817
  • Closing Date: Wednesday, 18th October 2017
  • Job Type: Research & Teaching
  • Department: Music
  • Salary: £35550 to £47722 per annum, depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance.
  • Applications are invited for the above post based at the University of Nottingham, University Park Campus. The Department of Music is one of the UK’s leading centres for teaching and research in Music. The appointee to this post will play a central role in continuing to develop the Department’s provision in response to changing student demand.
  • The successful candidate will have expertise in any area of musicology which will enhance the department’s existing curriculum and research strengths. The person appointed will be expected to teach a range of modules at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, to conduct internationally excellent research (involving the production of research outputs and impact case studies for forthcoming national research assessment exercises), to attract external research funding, to supervise postgraduate research students, and to contribute to departmental administration.
  • Successful candidate will be expected to teach in at least two areas of musicology, to conduct internationally excellent research (involving the production of research outputs and impact case studies for forthcoming national research assessment exercises), to attract external research funding, to supervise postgraduate research students, and to contribute to departmental administration.
  • Candidates must have a PhD in Musicology (or be near completion), or substantial, internationally-recognised equivalent experience. They must also have the capacity to contribute to the department in terms of the development and delivery of the curriculum, student recruitment (especially at PG level), research and impact, administration, and pastoral support for students. Desirable attributes include a portfolio of (developing) research outputs of international excellence, evidence of external research grant capture, and 30 credits of a PG teaching certificate (or equivalent).
  • This post will be offered as a permanent contract. The hours of work are full-time, 36.25 hours per week.
  • In addition to the application form, applicants should supply a CV, which should include details of their research expertise, publications, and their teaching and administrative experience. Cover letters should not exceed two sides of A4.
  • Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Nicholas Baragwanath, tel: 0115 951 4757, Email: nicholas.baragwanath@nottingham.ac.uk. Please note that applications sent directly to this Email address will not be accepted.
  • 10/31: Rejection Email (x3)
  • 11/9: Any developments here?
  • 11/15: Request for campus visit

University of Nottingham: Chair in Music (Deadline: 04 September 2017)Edit

  • Chair in Music
  • Reference: PROF165817
  • Closing Date: Monday, 4th September 2017
  • Job Type: Research & Teaching
  • Department: Music
  • Salary: Salary will be within the professorial range, minimum £59,400 per annum
  • Applications are welcome from specialists in any area of musicology. The successful candidate will offer inspirational leadership to the Department of Music. Through this appointment, we are seeking to enhance the excellence and visibility of existing strengths and synergies within the Music Department, and between the Department and others within the University. In addition to strengthening Music’s research profile, the successful candidate will be expected to play an active leadership role in administrative terms, and to serve as head of department in the near future and in rotation with colleagues thereafter. They will contribute to the teaching programme at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and have a demonstrable interest in pedagogy.
  • Candidates must have a PhD (or equivalent) in Music or a related discipline, be able to demonstrate an outstanding publication record in any area of musicology, and have experience of UK Higher education or a comparable higher education in another country. An understanding of the challenges currently facing the UK HE sector is essential.
  • This is a full- time, permanent post which is available from January 2018
  • In addition to the application form, candidates should supply a CV, which includes details of their teaching and administrative experience and the areas of their research expertise.
  • Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and asked to supply samples of their publications.
  • This post is open until filled.
Job Description/Role Profile
Faculty Brochure
Additional Information
Information for candidates
Apply Online
  • Informal enquiries may be addressed to the Head of Music, Dr Nicholas Baragwanath, email: nicholas.baragwanath@nottingham.ac.uk. Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.

University of Oxford: British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow (Deadline: 16 August 2017)Edit

  • British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow with the Faculty of Music, University of Oxford
  • The Faculty of Music at the University of Oxford invites applications for this year’s round of British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships, for a Fellowship to begin around October 2018.
  • The Faculty of Music offers an exciting and stimulating environment for research, and has a strong record of success in hosting BA Postdoctoral Fellows. Expertise covers a broad spectrum, including European music from 800 to the present day, ethnomusicology, composition, opera studies, film and popular musics, music theory and analysis, the psychology of music and performance studies.
  • For eligibility, further information and the application process, please view this link, https://www.humanities.ox.ac.uk/british-academy-postdoctoral-fellowships#collapse2-0
  • Initial Expression of interest should be submitted on the application form downloadable here, which should be sent to: research@music.ox.ac.uk
  • Please note applicants will need to approach possible mentors and ask them to submit a supporting statement by the closing date. If you are successful in your application to the Faculty, you will be provided with expert support for the full application process to the British Academy.
  • Deadline for application to the Faculty of Music is Wednesday 16th August 2017.

University of Oxford, Christ Church: Associate Professorship in Music/Official Studentship and Organist (Deadline: 01 December 2017)Edit

  • Christ Church, Oxford, in association with the Faculty of Music in the University of Oxford, proposes to appoint an Official Student (College Fellow) in Music and Organist at Christ Church, with an Associate Professorship in Music, with effect from 1 September 2018, or as soon as possible thereafter. The combined University and College salary will be on a scale from £46,336 to £62,219 per annum (as at 1 August 2017). Additional allowances are provided by Christ Church and the Faculty of Music.
  • The successful candidate will hold the College post of Organist, which will entail the rehearsal, direction, administration, and overall responsibility for the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford. The role’s title notwithstanding, candidates need not necessarily be organists, but candidates will certainly be able to demonstrate a distinguished record of performance and choral direction at a level appropriate to the stage of their careers. The successful candidate will be expected to work closely with the Cathedral Chapter and Christ Church Cathedral School in the planning and delivery of the Cathedral’s music.
  • Applications are welcome from candidates with expertise in any period of music history or discipline of musical study, but who should be able to teach in one or more of the disciplines offered by the Faculty of Music, and from candidates with a high level of professional experience as a performer and choral director.
  • Candidates will also have, or be able to demonstrate the promise of, a record of scholarship in any musical field at a level appropriate to the stage of the candidate’s career. They should be able to demonstrate research expertise and experience equivalent to that at doctoral level, which includes practice-led research. The person appointed will be expected to play an active role in Faculty and College administration.
  • Further Particulars can be downloaded here.
  • Applications must be submitted by email to the Academic Registrar at Christ Church, Oxford (academic.recruitment@chch.ox.ac.uk) no later than 17.00 GMT on 1 December 2017.
  • Fixed-Term Contract
  • Salary: £46,336 to £62,219
  • Contact: The Academic Registrar
  • Email: alison.tesh@chch.ox.ac.uk
  • Phone: 01865 276157
  • Posted to AMS-L 11/1/17

University of Oxford, St John's College: Junior Research Fellowships (Deadline: 17 November 2017)Edit

  • Three Colleges at the University of Oxford—St John’s, Merton, and Christ Church—propose, provided that suitable candidates present themselves, to elect in cooperation up to twelve Junior Research Fellows, four at each College, tenable from 1 October 2018. This year, St John’s College will be accepting applications from scholars working in music studies.
  • St John’s College is proposing to elect up to two JRFs in the Humanities and Social Sciences, and two in the Sciences. Music will be considered in a field that includes applications from scholars working in four other disciplines: history, archaeology, geography and anthropology.
  • Please note: the guidelines stipulate that applicants “should be approaching the end of their doctoral research or have submitted their doctoral thesis since 1 October 2016."
  • A Junior Research Fellowship (commonly known as a JRF) is essentially an extended postdoctoral fellowship. At St John’s College, Junior Research Fellowships are tenable for three years and may be extended for a further year. Teaching is not required, but a Junior Research Fellow may be permitted to undertake teaching up to a maximum of six hours a week during full term.
  • A Junior Research Fellow at St John’s College is entitled to single College accommodation (subject to availability) or to a housing allowance (as outlined in the further particulars). Partnered accommodation may be available. Fellows are entitled to rather sumptuous free lunches (6 days per week) and dinners at High Table (6 evenings per week). Other allowances (including University fees) and facilities are offered at the discretion of the Governing Body.The closing date for receipt of applications is 12 noon (GMT) on Friday, 17 November 2017.
  • Shortlisting, interviewing, and appointing procedures will be conducted in late February and early March 2018.
  • General information can be found here
  • And further information here

University of Pittsburgh: Assistant Professor in Ethnomusicology (Deadline: 01 November 2017)Edit

  • FACULTY POSITION IN MUSIC
  • UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH
  • The Department of Music of the University of Pittsburgh invites applications from candidates of exceptional ability for a faculty position to begin September 1, 2018, pending budgetary approval. An appointment will be made at the level of assistant professor in the tenure stream.
  • Position: Ethnomusicologist
  • Qualifications: Candidates will have the Ph.D. by June 2018 and should present evidence of scholarly promise and demonstrated excellence in teaching.
  • Duties: Teach undergraduate courses and graduate seminars; direct theses and dissertations; conduct research and publish; participate actively in the profession; share in administrative responsibilities.
  • We seek a scholar whose scholarly focus complements the expertise of our current faculty and who can work across sub-disciplines within the department and with colleagues elsewhere in the University.
  • Through this appointment, the Department seeks to strengthen its relationship across the university with other outstanding departments in the humanities and social sciences, and with university programs such as Cultural Studies, Film Studies, and Gender, Sexuality & Women’s Studies, as well as the University Center for International Studies.
  • Candidates should submit a letter of application describing current and future teaching and research directions; a curriculum vitae; a statement addressing their contributions to diversity; and contact information for three references online at: https://facultysearch.as.pitt.edu/apply/index/MTk5. For each reference, you will have the opportunity to input a personal email address or an email address generated through Interfolio’s Online Application Delivery.
  • In order to ensure full consideration, applications must be received by November 1, 2017.
  • (11/14) Notification of "long short list," request for writing samples (x2)
    • 11/16 That was quick!
  • ​(11/26) Request for Skype interview

University of Pittsburgh: Assistant Professor in Musicology (Deadline: 15 September 2017)Edit

  • The Department of Music of the University of Pittsburgh invites applications for a tenure-stream Assistant Professor position in Musicology to begin September 1, 2018, pending budgetary approval. A Ph.D. in a relevant field must be in hand by the time of appointment.
  • We are seeking a music historian of the highest caliber, ideally with specialization encompassing post-1800 Western music and the music history of another region, language tradition, or diaspora. Facility with global historical, transnational, postcolonial, ethnohistorical, intersectional or other innovative approaches to musicology is especially welcome. The successful candidate should complement the research and teaching profile of the current faculty, and should be prepared to engage across the sub-disciplines as well as with other outstanding departments, the Humanities Center, and interdisciplinary programs across the University.
  • The Department of Music offers the Ph.D. in composition/theory, ethnomusicology, jazz studies, and musicology, and the B.A. in music. Duties will include active research and publication, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses, directing theses and dissertations, participating in the profession, and sharing in administrative responsibilities.
  • Candidates should submit a letter of application; a curriculum vitae; a statement addressing their contributions to diversity through research, teaching, service, and/or community engagement; and contact information for three references online at: https://facultysearch.as.pitt.edu/apply/index/MTkw. For each reference, you will have the opportunity to input a personal email address or an email address generated through Interfolio’s Online Application Delivery.
  • In order to ensure full consideration, applications must be received by September 15, 2017.
  • 9/20: Request for more materials (x2)
  • 9/20: Rejection via email (x3)
  • 10/13: Rejection via email (x3)
  • 11/6: Any movement here? (x3 – would also like to know this)
  • 11/10: On campus interviews have been taking place

University of Pittsburgh: Lecturer in Musicology (Deadline: 08 January 2018)Edit

  • The Department of Music of the University of Pittsburgh invites applications for a faculty position to begin September 1, 2018, pending budgetary approval. The renewable appointment will be made at the level of Lecturer, not in the tenure stream, for an initial term of three years.
  • Position: Lecturer in Musicology; full-time, non-tenure stream
  • Duties: Teach undergraduate courses in music history, 3 courses per semester; participate actively in the profession; share in developing the undergraduate curriculum and other departmental responsibilities.
  • Qualifications: Candidates will have received the PhD degree by August 2018 and demonstrated evidence of excellence in teaching.
  • The successful candidate will work closely with the musicology faculty. We are particularly interested in candidates whose interests complement those of current faculty, who engage actively with current debates in music history pedagogy, particularly efforts toward greater inclusivity and outreach, and who can work across sub-disciplines within the department and with colleagues elsewhere in the University.
  • Candidates should submit a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, a diversity statement, and three letters of reference to: https://facultysearch.as.pitt.edu/apply/index/MjE1.
  • In order to ensure full consideration, applications must be received by January 8, 2018.

University of Richmond: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (Musicology) (Deadline: 22 January 2018)Edit

  • Music: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music - 000080M
  • The Department of Music at the University of Richmond invites applications for a full-time musicologist at the rank of Visiting Assistant Professor. The position is a one-year sabbatical replacement beginning August 2018 with possible one-year renewal.
  • Successful candidates will specialize in any era of Western Art music and have experience connecting scholarship and creative work to innovative undergraduate pedagogies in a liberal arts environment. A secondary specialty in other twentieth and twenty-first century genres is preferred. Assigned courses will include major and non-major courses in Western music, research methods, and opera, with the opportunity to teach courses in the candidate’s research specialty. The teaching load is four courses per semester.
  • Applicants should click "Apply Now" at the top of the page. Applicants are asked to submit a curriculum vitae, a cover letter, unofficial undergraduate and graduate transcripts, a teaching statement and a statement on contributing to the University’s commitment to diversity and inclusivity, and names of three references who will receive an email with instructions for submitting their letters of reference. Applications should be received by January 22, 2018.
  • 10/17 University of Richmond will be interviewing at AMS. Sign up for a time here: http://www.ams-net.org/rochester/interviews/index.php
  • 10/19 All AMS interview slots are now filled but there are still spots on the waitlist.

University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music: Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology (Deadline: 23 October 2017)Edit

  • Job Title: Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology
  • Job ID: 203921
  • Location: Eastman School Music
  • Full/Part Time: Full-Time
  • Regular/Temporary: Regular, tenure-track
  • The Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in Ethnomusicology at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin in the fall of 2018. Applicants should have completed a PhD in Ethnomusicology (or related field) by the time of appointment; area of specialization is open. The successful applicant will teach graduate and undergraduate classes on ethnomusicological topics; candidates who can also teach undergraduate Western music history courses will receive preference. The cover letter should discuss non-Western and Western repertoires the applicant is qualified to teach.
  • Review of applications begins October 23, 2017. To receive full consideration, please apply online and submit pdfs of your cover letter and curriculum vitae to EthnomusicologySearch@esm.rochester.edu (subject: “Ethnomusicology Search”) and arrange for three confidential letters of recommendation to be sent to the same address. Candidates should be prepared, upon request, to submit a teaching video URL and writing sample by November 1.
  • 10/17: Deadline extended to 10/23; position announcement revised to reflect that position is TT.

University of Sheffield: Leverhulme Early Career Fellow (Deadline: 15 December 2017)Edit

  • Contract Type: Fixed-term with a start date between 1 September 2018 and 1 May 2019 for a period of 36 months.
  • Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Humanities
  • Department: Candidates are welcome to submit applications to hold this post in any of the schools or departments within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities
  • Summary: The Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Sheffield comprises four departments and two schools: Archaeology, History, Philosophy, Music, the School of English and the School of Languages and Cultures. We critically reflect on all aspects of human society and culture (past, present, and future) and on the process of reflection itself. We investigate cultures and languages near and far, their ideas, texts, artefacts and landscapes. We aim to create the cultural capital of the future. Working individually and collaboratively, we continually develop innovative methods of enquiry within and across disciplines. Our openness to enquiry and independence in asking and answering questions, enables further understanding, allows us to work creatively and enhances our disciplines.
  • The Faculty of Arts and Humanities will support up to three applicants for the current round of Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships, in one or more of the following fields: Archaeology, English, History, Philosophy, Music, Modern Languages and Cultures, and Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies. Applicants with a proven track record of research and high quality research proposals will be selected for support on the basis of their fit with both the Leverhulme Trust's expectations and Departmental and Faculty strategic priorities.
  • Leverhulme Fellows will undertake a significant piece of publishable work during their tenure and conduct a programme of high quality research in line with the Leverhulme project proposal.
  • These are fixed-term appointments for a 36-month duration. The Fellowship must commence between 1 September 2018 and 1 May 2019. Appointments are dependent on the successful award of the Leverhulme Fellowship.
  • If you are interested in applying, you must first check that you meet the Leverhulme Trust's eligibility criteria. These can be found here.
  • For further information about the Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship process please go to: http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/faculty/arts-and-humanities/research-innovation/early-career-fellowships/leverhulme-internal-application-process


University of Southern Maine: Part-time Faculty - Music History (Spring 2018) (Deadline: Review begins immediately, posted 16 November 2017)Edit

  • The School of Music at the University of Southern Maine invites applications for a Part Time Faculty position in Music History. The applicant will be required to teach MUH 223 Music History Survey II. The course will run from January 22 to May 11 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:30-10:45. There may be some flexibility in the offering times and dates depending on the schedule of the instructor.
  • Responsibilities include preparing and teaching course content, assessing student work, and providing available time for student consultation, as needed.
  • MUH 223 is a 3-credit historical study of the language and style of Western art music from 1850 to the present day. Significant composers, major genres, and representative musical compositions are studied. Class is limited to music majors or permission of the instructor.
  • Qualifications: Master’s degree in music required. Demonstrated successful teaching at the college level preferred.
  • Other Information: Materials must be submitted via "Apply for position." You will create an applicant profile and complete an application. You will need to upload a cover letter, resume/curriculum vitae and a list of the names and contact information for three references.
  • Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until there is a suitable pool. We are not able to consider applicants who require Visa sponsorship support.

The University of Texas at Austin: Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for American Music (Deadline: 15 January 2018)Edit

  • Hiring department: Music
  • Monthly salary: $4,000
  • Hours per week: 40.00 Standard from 800AM to 500PM
  • Posting number: 17-11-10-01-0712
  • Job Status: Open
  • FLSA status: Exempt
  • Earliest Start Date: 09/01/2018
  • Position Duration: Funding expected to continue
  • Position open to all applicants
  • Location: Austin (main campus)
  • Number of vacancies: 1
  • General Notes: Two-year position.
  • Required Application Materials
A Resume is required in order to apply
A Letter of Interest is required in order to apply.
A List of 3 References is required in order to apply.
  • Note: The following additional materials are also required for consideration: 4 course titles and descriptions you can teach, at least 1 grad and 2 undergrad. Instructions for submission of these materials will be provided at the time the online application has been completed.
  • Purpose: Increase the visibility of the Center for American Music at the Sarah and Ernest Butler School of Music. Increase commitment to research and creative activity within the Center and develop successful scholars within the Center. For more information, please visit: https://cam.music.utexas.edu/
  • Essential Functions: Scholarship: Produce research or creative activity in the area of American Music. Instruct two courses not regularly offered by the ongoing Butler School faculty. Participate in Center for American Music and Butler School of Music activities as assigned by the Director of the Center.
  • Marginal/Incidental functions: Other related functions as assigned.
  • Required qualifications: Must have received PhD within the last three years. In Letter of Interest please include clear research or creative goals to accomplish over the next five years and what aspect you will accomplish in residency at UT. Strong background in music.
  • Preferred Qualifications: Significant scholarly or creative activity in American Music, i.e., publications and conference presentations. Teaching experience in American Music at the college level. Desire for extensive engagement with collections at UT. Ability to strengthen and compliment existing faculty expertise. Professional demeanor and good interpersonal skills.
  • 11/20 UPDATE: Deadline listed as January 15, 2018 at https://cam.music.utexas.edu/

University of Toronto: Assistant Professor - Musicology (Deadline: 30 November 2017)Edit

  • Assistant Professor - Musicology - 1701872
  • Job Field: Tenure Stream
  • Faculty / Division: Faculty of Music
  • Campus: St. George (downtown Toronto)
  • Job Posting: Oct 25, 2017
  • Job Closing: Nov 30, 2017 Open Until Filled
  • Description: The Faculty of Music, University of Toronto invites applications for a full-time tenure-stream position in Musicology. This appointment is at the rank of Assistant Professor and will begin July 1, 2018.
  • Candidates specializing in any area of musicology will be considered. The committee especially encourages applications from candidates with expertise in areas that complement existing departmental strengths. Responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate teaching, graduate advising, research and publication, and university service. A completed doctoral degree (PhD in Music) is required by the time of the appointment or shortly thereafter. The successful candidate will be expected to establish an innovative, competitive and independently funded research program. Evidence of excellence in teaching and research is required. Excellence in research is demonstrated by publications in academic journals, or a strong international-level research pipeline, presentations at major conferences, and strong endorsements by referees of high international standing. Evidence of excellence in teaching is demonstrated through teaching accomplishments, strong letters of reference and a teaching statement and dossier submitted with the application. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
  • Applications should include a cover letter, a complete and current curriculum vitae, teaching dossier (including a statement of teaching philosophy), a statement outlining current and future research interests, and samples of work. All application materials should be submitted online. If you have questions about this position or the application process, please contact dean.music@utoronto.ca. Submission guidelines can be found at: http://uoft.me/how-to-apply. We recommend combining attached documents into one or two files in PDF or MS Word format.
  • Applicants should also arrange to have three letters of reference, printed on letterhead, signed and scanned and sent directly to the search committee: Prof. Don McLean, Search Committee Chair and Dean, Faculty of Music, at dean.music@utoronto.ca by the closing date of November 30, 2017.
  • Review of applications will begin after November 30, 2017, and the position will remain open until filled.
  • All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

University of Vermont: Assistant Professor of Music History/Musicology/Ethnomusicology (Deadline: 15 January 2018)Edit

  • The Department of Music and Dance at the University of Vermont invites applications for a tenure-track position in Music History. The candidate will be responsible for teaching most of the Western music history sequence for majors and minors in addition to introductory courses in music listening for general students. We welcome applications from scholars with an interdisciplinary perspective and who can offer courses in Film Music History and/or Popular Music Studies. The appointment will be at the rank of assistant professor. The successful candidate will be expected to undertake an active program of research that leads to publication in peer-reviewed scholarly outlets. For more information on the Department please see www.uvm.edu/music.
  • Ph.D. (or ABD) in Musicology or related field required. Candidates must apply on line at www.uvmjobs.com. Search for the position using department name (Music and Dance) only. Attach a cover letter describing your research agenda and teaching philosophy, a curriculum vitae, a sample of written work, evidence of teaching effectiveness and the contact information for three references who may be invited to submit letters of recommendation. Review of applications will begin January 15, 2018.
  • The University is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through their research, teaching, and/or service. Applicants are requested to include in their cover letter information about how they will further this goal.
  • Job Open Date: 07/14/2017
  • Posting Number: F853PO
  • Department: Music & Dance/52250
  • Position Number: 005969
  • Employee FTE: 1.0
  • Employee Term (months): 9
  • 10/30 University of Vermont will be interviewing at AMS. Sign up for a time here: http://www.ams-net.org/rochester/interviews/index.php
  • 10/31 All AMS interview slots are now filled but there are still spots on the waitlist.
  • 11/27 Is it worth applying for someone who did not interview at AMS?
    • (11/27) (2) Absolutely! Can't imagine that a school would seek to artificially narrow their hiring pool to the ca. 30 people who managed to sign up fast enough.  (x2)
  • 12/4: References contacted. (x2)
    • 12/5 How are references being contacted when review begins in January?!
    • 12/8 Yeah, excuse me? Why would they do that, to decide who the "go-getters" are and start choosing early?
    • 12/8 I am pretty sure that this was an automated email from HR sent upon submission of an application. 

University of Vienna: University Assistant, Ethnomusicology (Postdoc) (begins Jan 2018) (Deadline: 21 August 11 September 2017)Edit

  • The University of Vienna seeks to fill the position from 01.01.2018 of a University Assistant (post doc) at the Department of Musicology (Historical Musicology, Ethnomusicology and Systematic Musicology) to 31.12.2023.
  • Reference number: 7840
  • Duration of employment: 6 year/s
  • Extent of Employment: 40 hours/week
  • Job grading in accordance with collective bargaining agreement: §48 VwGr. B1 lit. b (postdoc) with relevant work experience determining the assignment to a particular salary grade.
  • Job Description:
Active participation in research, teaching and administration. This involves:
Developing and strengthening the independent research profile
Involvement in research projects / research studies (a. o. Ethnomusicology during socialism)
International publications and presentations
Responsibility for project applications and the acquisition of third-party funding
Preparing / writing a (publication-ready) habilitation thesis
Independent teaching of courses as defined by the collective agreement
Supervision of students
Participation in evaluation measures and quality assurance
Involvement in the department administration as well as in teaching and research administration
  • Profile:
Doctoral degree/PhD degree in the field of Ethnomusicology/Professional competence ethnomusicology
Methodological competence: Fieldwork experience - Regional focus on the postsocialist world
High ability to express yourself both orally and in writing
Excellent command of written and spoken English
Good command of a language from the Soviet successor states or postsocialist Eastern Europe
IT user skills
Ability to work in a team
  • Application documents: Letter of Motivation, Academic Curriculum vitae (including a list of publications, a list of courses and a list of talks given), Description of research interests and research agenda/of the intended habilitation Project (if applicable), Contact details of people who could provide a letter of reference
  • Applications including a letter of motivation (German or English) should be submitted via the Job Center to the University of Vienna (http://jobcenter.univie.ac.at) no later than 21.08.2017, 11.09.2017 mentioning reference number 7840.
  • For further information please contact Schmidhofer, August +43-1-4277-44255, Reuter, Christoph +43-1-4277-44280.
  • Reference number: 7840
  • E-Mail: jobcenter@univie.ac.at
  • 8/25 Deadline extended to September 11, 2017
  • 10/26 Any movement here?

University of Washington Tacoma: Full-Time Lecturer position in Performing Arts (begins Spring 2018) (Deadline: 15 September 2017)Edit

  • Position ID: UWT-Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences-PERFORMARTS [#9347]
  • Position Title: Full-Time Lecturer position in Performing Arts
  • Position Type: Non tenure-track faculty
  • Position Location: Tacoma, Washington 98402, United States [map]
  • Starting Date: 2018/01/03
  • Appl Deadline: 2017/09/15 (posted 2017/07/12, listed until 2017/09/15)
  • Full-Time Lecturer position in Performing Arts
  • The University of Washington Tacoma invites applications for a Full-Time Lecturer position in Performing Arts within the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences. We seek a broadly trained artist-scholar with a record of teaching excellence in Theater, Sound, Performance Studies, or related Performing Arts field in order to teach and develop courses serving the Visual and Performing Arts track in the Arts, Media, and Culture major, as well as courses for non-majors from the campus at large. The ideal candidate will be an active artist and scholar with an interdisciplinary background, and be able to teach courses in performance methods and practices, as well as the social, theoretical, and/or historical contexts of their field. Candidates should have an active and proven history of collaborating with community partners for public performances. The successful candidate should be experienced working with diverse student populations and interested in engaging with Tacoma’s thriving Arts community in ways that further the institution’s urban serving mission. Lecturers at UW Tacoma are expected to maintain active service records through participation in campus committees and/or in collaborative engagement with the community.
  • Candidates must have, at a minimum, a master’s degree in an appropriate field. This is a full-time, renewable position with an appointment term of one to five years with an annual nine-month service period from September to June, although this position will begin on January 3, or March 26, 2018.
  • Application Instructions To apply, please submit:
Letter delineating your interests and qualifications for the position as described. Applicant statements should detail how their teaching, service and/or creative work/scholarship has supported the success of students from racial, ethnic, and gender backgrounds that are underrepresented in their academic fields; applicants who have not yet had the opportunity for such experience should note how their work will further UW Tacoma’s commitment to equity and inclusion;
Curriculum vitae, including a list of courses taught,
Statement of your teaching philosophy,
Evidence of teaching excellence, and
Three letters of reference.
  • Submit all application materials through https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/9347. Application materials, including letters of recommendation, received via email will not be considered. Screening of applicants will begin September 15, 2017 and will continue until the position is filled. For further information, e-mail Professor Michael Kula, search chair, at mkula@uw.edu.
  • 7/14 Moderator note: Continuation of canceled search from last year.

University of Waterloo, Conrad Grebel University College: Faculty Position in Musicology (Deadline: 01 November 2017)Edit

  • The position is based in Conrad Grebel University College’s Department of Music, which is the Music Department of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Waterloo. This is a regular, full-time, tenure-track position that involves undergraduate teaching, scholarship, service, and community education. The successful candidate will have teaching and scholarship expertise in Music History, as well as one or more of the following areas: church music and worship, sacred music, and music in religious traditions. The preferred candidate will be able to lead one of the music ensembles in the Department, and mentor students in practical skills related to music and worship.
  • The ideal candidate will meet the following qualifications: A completed doctorate in Music, with a preference for Musicology. Expertise in Music History and one or more of the following areas: church music and worship, sacred music, and music in religious traditions. Demonstrated potential for an active program of scholarship in Music. Demonstrated excellence in post-secondary teaching. Practical expertise and experience in church music is an asset. Ability to teach in a multi-disciplinary setting. Willingness and ability to share administrative duties within the Department and the College. An understanding of and commitment to the identity, mission, and core values of Conrad Grebel University College, a Mennonite college at the University of Waterloo, home of the University’s Music Department. Willingness and ability to engage in public education and community service.
  • Instructions and Information for Applicants: Application materials must be submitted in hard copy and digital format. Review of applications will begin November 1, 2017. Address applications to Dr. Marlene Epp, Dean, Conrad Grebel University College, 140 Westmount Rd. North, Waterloo, ON, N2L 3G6, Canada. grebeldean@uwaterloo.ca.
  • Applications should include the following:
Application letter indicating reasons for applying, summarizing qualifications, and describing how the candidate will contribute to the mission of the Music program and the College
Curriculum vitae
Names and contact information of three referees who have agreed to provide letters of recommendation and respond to questions from the search committee if requested.Referees should be ready to comment on the candidate’s scholarship, teaching competence, capacity for public service, and collegiality
  • All applications will be acknowledged and candidates will be kept informed as the process proceeds.
  • A short list of candidates will be asked to provide three letters of recommendation and substantial documentation of teaching, scholarship, and service. These candidates may be contacted for preliminary interviews with members of the search committee and they may be asked to provide supplementary information.
  • One or more candidates will be invited to campus for interviews and presentations to classes and various other groups.
  • The College reserves the right to withhold making a full-time appointment, to fill the position with a part-time or definite-term appointment, or to extend the application process.
  • Appointment Procedures and Conditions: An initial appointment at the Assistant Professor level is normally made for a three-year probationary term which, upon a satisfactory review, is followed by a second three-year probationary term, after which the faculty member is eligible for consideration for tenure and promotion. An initial appointment at the Associate Professor level is normally made for a three-year probationary term after which, upon a satisfactory review, the faculty member is eligible for consideration for tenure.

University of Wisconsin-Madison: Assistant Professor of Music (Deadline: 05 January 2018)Edit

  • ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MUSIC
  • Job no: 92645-FA
  • Work type: Faculty-Full Time
  • Department: L&S/MEADWITTER SCHOOL OF MUSIC
  • Location: Madison
  • Anticipated Begin Date: AUGUST 20, 2018
  • Advertised Salary: Negotiable
  • ACADEMIC (9 months)
  • Degree and area of specialization: Earned Ph.D. required by August 20, 2018 in music or a cognate field.
  • Minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience: The candidate must be actively engaged in research on music in the cultural sphere, broadly understood. The candidate will have 1-5 years of college-level teaching experience and a desire to explore and forge interdisciplinary connections with other departments and programs across the University.
  • Position Summary: The Mead Witter School of Music at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position. The School seeks scholars and educators in ethnomusicology, global music studies, popular music studies, jazz studies, music sociology, sound studies, and other emerging music interdisciplines to complement and diversify our current course offerings in European/American music for both majors and non-majors, and to help reshape the undergraduate music curriculum more generally. Appointment start date will be August 20, 2018. Appointment will be full time for the nine-month academic year. Salary is commensurate with experience.
  • Instructions to Applicants: To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by December 22, 2017 January 5, 2018. Electronic submissions of materials are required. Applicants must apply via the on-line application system at jobs.wisc.edu . Please click on the "APPLY NOW" button to start an application. Applicants will be asked to upload a letter of application and a CV, and provide names and contact information for three professional references. References will be contacted directly to provide a confidential letter of recommendation via the on-line application system. The letter of application should clearly articulate areas of research expertise, college-level teaching experience, and other areas of teaching and scholarly interest. Do not send other materials until requested to do so. For additional information contact Dr. Benjamin Schultz-Burkel at mwsomsearch@music.wisc.edu.
  • 11/28 Online ad updated with new deadline (as indicated above). No other changes to the text.

University of Wisconsin-Madison: Residential Fellowships in the Humanities (Deadline: 02 November 2017)Edit

  • The Institute for Research in the Humanities at the University of Wisconsin-Madison offers two prestigious year-long residential fellowships for 2018-2019. Each fellowship comes with a stipend of $55,000, office space, support services, and access to all university facilities.
  • Solmsen Fellowships are awarded to scholars working in the humanities on European history and culture in the classical, medieval, and/or early modern periods before 1700. Projects on the relationship of pre-1700 Europe to other parts of the world are also welcome.
  • Kingdon Fellowships are awarded to scholars working on the historical, literary, artistic, and/or philosophical studies of Christian and/or Jewish religious traditions. Projects may focus on any period from Antiquity to the present, on any part of the world, and may cover any field(s) in the humanities.
  • Applications are due November 2. Notification of awards will be in March.
  • For further information about the fellowships, go to https://irh.wisc.edu/fellowships/solmsen or https://irh.wisc.edu/fellowships/kingdon
  • Also posted at Humanities and Social Sciences Postdocs 2017-18

University of Wisconsin-Whitewater: Assistant Professor of Musicology (Deadline: 02 December 2017)Edit

  • The Music Department in the College of Arts and Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the area of Musicology beginning August 2018. This is a full-time position with responsibilities for teaching undergraduate courses in Music History, research, and service to the university and community. Research expertise should complement existing faculty expertise.
  • The successful candidate will be able to teach undergraduate music history and other musicology related courses depending on the needs of the department and the candidate’s expertise. The candidate will also be expected to pursue an active research agenda that engages undergraduate students, results in publications and contributes to advancing the department, university, the profession, and society. The candidate will also be expected to participate in service activities and embrace the principles of diversity and inclusion as a member of the university community.
  • QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. in Musicology is required. ABD candidates may apply but must have their degree completed by the contract start date in August 2018; if not, they will be hired on a one-year contract with the understanding that their degree will be completed before January 2019 in advance of their first scheduled review. Demonstrated excellence in teaching with an emphasis on promoting the success of undergraduate students, clear evidence of scholarly potential, commitment to working with diverse populations and serving as active member of the university community. Salary is commensurate with academic preparation and experience.
  • RESPONSIBILITIES: Full-Time teaching responsibilities include teaching Music History courses and other musicology related courses depending on the needs of the department and the candidate’s expertise. Additional courses may include Women in Music, Survey of African American Music, or Survey of Latin American Music. Research expectations include maintaining a record of scholarly productivity that contributes to the development of national and/or international visibility. In addition, faculty members serve as advisors/mentors to students and are encouraged to engage students in undergraduate research or other scholarly and creative activities. Service responsibilities include committee service at the departmental, college, and university levels as well as participation in community organizations as relevant to the candidate’s expertise and interest. Faculty at UW-W may be required to teach online and/or in a hybrid format, or courses in the evenings. Faculty may also elect to teach New Student Seminar or University Learning Communities, or participate in other programs geared toward improving to student success.
  • TO ENSURE CONSIDERATION: Applications received by DECEMBER 2, 2017 are ensured full consideration. Applications received after that date may be given consideration at the discretion of the search committee. Application materials will be evaluated and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in phone and/or online screening interviews and/or on campus interviews.
  • If you have questions regarding this recruitment, or if you are not able to complete the application online due to a disability or system problem, please contact us at 262-472-1024 or hrstudent@uww.edu.
  • For questions regarding the position please contact:
Prof. Benjamin Whitcomb
Chair, Musicology Search Committee
Department Phone: 262-472-1310
Email: whitcomb@uww.edu
  • TO APPLY: Only complete application packages will be considered. A complete application includes online submission of the following documents:
Cover letter/letter of interest
Statement of teaching philosophy
Curriculum Vita
Names and contact information for three professional references (letters of recommendation may be solicited at a later time)
  • This Job ID is 13529.


Victor Valley College: Full-time Instructor, Music (tenure-track) (Deadline: 31 July 2017)Edit

  • Job Title: FULL TIME INSTRUCTOR, MUSIC
  • Opening Date/Time: Tue. 06/20/17 12:00 AM Pacific Time
  • Closing Date/Time: Mon. 07/31/17 11:59 PM Pacific Time
  • Salary: $51,711.00 - $108,490.00 Annually
  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Department: Instruction - Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences
  • FLSA: Exempt position, not eligible for overtime compensation.
  • FIRST DATE OF REVIEW IS SCHEDULED FOR JULY 31, 2017**
  • 10-Month Tenure Track Position
  • COMPENSATION: Initial salary placement ranges from $51,711 to $80,979, based upon education and experience. The current faculty salary schedule includes five classes and twenty steps with a maximum annual salary of $108,490. A District-paid comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental and vision insurances for the employee and dependents, and a $50,000 employee life insurance policy are provided. For the most updated information please visit our benefits web page.
  • Appointment to this position is subject to availability of funds. Salary schedule subject to change.
  • ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Teaching courses in music, including but not limited to music fundamentals, music appreciation (introduction to music), music history (jazz/rock). Directing ensembles with instrumental emphasis, including but not limited to orchestra (College orchestra) string choir (Preludium Strings) and beginning strings. Collaborating with ensemble conductors and other school of music faculty. Recruiting students for the program and pursuing ensemble outreach opportunities. Participating in program and curriculum development. Teaching scheduled classes and performing related duties as assigned, including timely compliance with clerical and administrative responsibilities. Complying with District policies and procedures in the performance of all duties. Participating in staff development activities. Serving on area and college-wide committees as necessary to support and enrich the instructional program. Demonstrating sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic backgrounds of students and colleagues. Promoting the success of a diverse student population through careful preparation of course materials and effective teaching methodologies. Maintaining a visible presence on campus in order to be available to regularly and actively participate in department meetings and other activities. Providing critical feedback on all assignments. Participating in assessment, evaluation, and planning of Student Learning Outcomes and Program Learning Outcomes, Program Review, Curriculum Development.
  • MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master's in music OR bachelor's in music AND master's in humanities OR the equivalent. Must have sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.
  • PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Doctorate degree in related field. At least two (2) years teaching or conducting in a higher education environment.
  • APPLICATION PROCEDURES: To be considered a candidate for this position, all materials required should be received at the Victor Valley College Office of Human Resources by the First Review Date of July 31, 2017. Application materials will be accepted after this date, however, if a file is not complete by the First Review Date, the application may not be considered by the Screening Committee. This recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies.
  • You may check your status at any time by logging into Victor Valley College Online Application Site at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/vvc/ with your username and password.
  • It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that all requested materials are received. All materials included in the application packet become District property, will not be returned, and will not be copied.
  • All information qualifying an applicant for the position must be included on the Victor Valley College Application. To assist the District in determining whether an applicant meets the minimum requirements, descriptions of an applicant's present and past job duties should include details pertinent to the position for which he/she is applying.
  • Applicants may be notified by email during any phase of this recruitment regarding status.
  • If it is unclear whether an applicant meets the minimum qualifications for the position from the application, that applicant will be disqualified.
  • It is not unusual for the District to receive hundreds of applications for a position. For this reason, it is advantageous to make the application as easy to review as possible.
  • A complete file consists of all of the following:
1. A completed Victor Valley College application electronic form
2. A letter expressing interest in the position
3. A current resume
4. Copies of transcripts showing college degrees and coursework. NOTE: Degrees must be from an accredited institution. It is the responsibility of the candidate to include U.S. evaluations of non-U.S. transcripts with their application
5. Three or more current letters of recommendation from persons having firsthand knowledge of the applicant's professional qualifications, character, etc.
6. Supplemental Application for Equivalent Qualifications (if applicable)

Washington and Jefferson College: Visiting Artist/Scholar in Residence for Inclusion Initiatives (Deadline: 17 November 2017)Edit

  • 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. The appointment will last from Aug. 15 - Dec. 23, 2018, and entails the following responsibilities, constituting 25-30 hours of institutional commitments per week:
The artist/scholar will teach one semester-long course on a topic choice related to diversity and inclusion. The scholar will be affiliated with a relevant department on campus.
The artist/scholar will be expected to actively seek out interactions with students beyond the classroom, and will participate in student-focused campus events relevant to the position.
The artist/scholar will be expected to act as a collegial member of the college community by participating in occasional workshops, colloquia, and other faculty or community meetings and events.
Pursue independent artistic or scholarly work.
Give one public performance or presentation of artistic or scholarly work.
  • To apply, submit an application letter, description of proposed course, sample of artistic or scholarly work, and contact information for 3 references by Nov. 17, 2017 to hr@washjeff.edu. This grant-funded position has a compensation package that includes a $20,000 stipend. Additionally, housing and an on-campus meal plan will be provided.
  • Also posted at Music Theory/Composition 2017-18

West Chester University: Assistant Professor of Music History (Deadline: 01 January 2018)Edit

  • 18-84 Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Music History
  • Location: 700 S. High St. West Chester, PA
  • Job Type: Regular / Full-Time
  • Division: School of Music
  • Job Number: 18-84
  • Position Summary: Join a vibrant campus community whose excellence is reflected in its diversity and student success. West Chester University of Pennsylvania's Department of Music Theory, History, and Composition in the School of Music, seeks a full-time tenure-track faculty member in the field of music history at the starting rank of Assistant Professor. Start date is August 2018.
  • Duties and responsibilities include teaching core undergraduate and graduate courses in western music history as well as American music and film and video game music. Additional teaching assignments comprise music appreciation, music and the interrelated arts, remedial graduate music history, and graduate and undergraduate thesis advisement. Faculty are also expected to provide academic advising, serve on committees, and be active in research and publication. The teaching load is 12 contact hours per semester.
  • Minimum Qualifications: Candidates must have an earned doctorate in historical musicology or ethnomusicology by the date of appointment, a record of successful teaching in music history, and evidence of scholarly activity.
  • Preferred Qualifications: Preference will be given to candidates who are able to develop distance education courses and whose expertise strengthens our graduate and undergraduate major programs as well as the Department's new minor in music production.
  • Special Instructions: Please submit your application online at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/wcupa/default.cfm. Upload all of the following as a single PDF document: cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, and a list of courses previously taught or within candidate's expertise/ability to teach. In addition, provide email addresses for three references when completing the application. (Referees will automatically be sent an email with access to upload their letter of recommendation directly to the applicant tracking system.) Transcripts may be unofficial at this time, but official transcripts will be requested. Please do not send support material until requested. Review of applications for the position begins January 1, 2018 and the position remains open until filled.
  • Selected applicants will be invited for phone/Skype interviews; on-campus interviews and teaching demonstration will occur in late March 2018.

Williams College: Visiting Assistant Professor in Music History and Literature (Spring 2019) (Deadline: 02 February 2018)Edit

  • Application materials may be submitted beginning Dec 15, 2017. Prepare your application materials now by logging in to Interfolio, or if you don't have an account, create one now.
  • One-semester visiting appointment in Music History and Literature for Spring 2019. Teach two courses in the spring semester. One will be Music 232: Music in History II: Classical and Romantic Music, a course intended for music majors and qualified non-majors. The other will be a course in music appreciation or the candidate’s field of expertise, designed for the general student. A complete listing of courses and their descriptions can be viewed at https://music.williams.edu/courses/.
  • Qualifications: PhD in Musicology required. Doctorate must be completed by September 2018. Teaching experience at the undergraduate level desirable. We ask the candidate to speak to their ability to work effectively with a student population that is broadly diverse with regard to gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, and religion.
  • Application Instructions: A letter of application, detailed resume and three letters of reference must be submitted by February 2, 2018. All application materials must be submitted through Interfolio. Please do not send any additional supporting materials until requested. All offers of employment are contingent upon completion of a background check. Further information is available here: http://dean-faculty.williams.edu/prospective-faculty/background-check-policy/.

Windward Community College: Instructor, Music (tenure-track, Spring 2018) (Deadline: 09 October 2017)Edit

  • Title: Instructor, CC (Music, Performance Oriented)
  • Position Number: 0083659
  • Hiring Unit: Windward Community College
  • Date Posted: September 22, 2017
  • Closing Date: October 09, 2017
  • Salary Information: C2C09, $54,084 minimum. Salary commensurate with education and experience
  • Monthly Type: 9 Month
  • Tenure Track: Tenure
  • Full Time/Part Time: Full Time
  • Temporary/Permanent: Permanent
  • Other Conditions: To begin January 2018, pending position clearance, availability of funds, and actual staffing requirements.
  • Duties and Responsibilities: Under general supervision, teach college-level courses such as, but not limited to, Hawaiian music, class piano, class voice, college chorus, popular music in Hawaii and the United States, and World music; perform related work including, but not limited to, developing teaching strategies, instructional materials and methods which: 1) use current technology in instruction where appropriate; 2) integrate instruction of appropriate quantitative/logical thinking skills into course content; 3) address the competencies and skills for the course student learning outcomes; and 4) address the needs of community college students. Prepare and revise course outlines, develop curriculum, develop, update and assess Student Learning Outcomes (SLO), develop appropriate assessment instruments. Identify students’ learning needs, advise, evaluate and implement constructive responses to them. Develop and maintain an approved program of professional self-development. Assist with campus student activities. Participate and contribute to faculty and administrative committees, departmental budgeting efforts, community service, in-service training. Direct and/or produce concerts and musical events. Must be able to plan, organize and carry out instructional and non-instructional assignments independently. Be available to conduct teaching, and/or rehearsals, and/or performances during evening, weekend and holidays hours, and at off-campus locations. May include instructional assignments involving distance education. Maintain a minimum of one office hour per week for each course taught. Plan, implement and coordinate the WCC Hawaii Music Institute. Perform related duties as assigned.
  • Minimum Qualifications: (a) Master's in Music; or (b) Bachelor’s in Music and 3 years related work experience; or (c) Master recognition by Music Community and 10 years related work experience.
  • Desirable Qualifications: Ability and experience in teaching college-level courses in music appreciation, music theory, Hawaiian music, class instrument, class voice, college chorus, popular music in Hawaii and the United States, and/or World music. Ability and experience in presentation of music concerts, including coaching students for solo performance. Ability and experience in working with community college students, instructors, and staff. Demonstrated commitment to professional development. Background in basic music theory and history, ethnomusicology, as well as instrumental, vocal, and choral performance. Ability to continue developing the music curriculum, including writing and teaching of new courses, working to facilitate transfer and articulation of Music courses within the UH System, and working toward improved student recruitment and retention. Demonstrated ability in curriculum development using assessment strategies, student learning outcomes, and student-centered learning. Willingness to work with other institutional initiatives, such as the Hawaii Music Institute. Demonstrated experience in planning, implementing, and coordinating institutional initiatives, such as the Hawaii Music Institute. Understanding of the community college philosophy and setting. Familiarity with Hawaiian language.
  • To Apply: No electronic submissions will be accepted. Submit the following documents postmarked by the closing date to the address below: 1) UHCC Form 27 (standard format ) ( large format ), 2) official transcripts verifying minimum educational qualification and coursework to date (copies are acceptable, however, official transcripts will be required at the time of hire), 3) a one-page statement outlining how you meet the minimum and desirable qualifications, and 4) three letters of recommendation attesting to job performance and personal character. All minimum qualifications must be met by the effective date of hire. An incomplete and/or late application will not be considered. Materials submitted become property of the College and will not be returned.
  • Address:
Windward Community College
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Attn: Division I Dean
45-720 Keaahala Road
Kaneohe, HI 96744
  • Inquiries: 808-235-7445


Woolf Institute: Research Fellow (Deadline: 14 August 2017)Edit

  • Job Vacancy: Research Fellow
  • 5 July 2017 at the Woolf Institute, Cambridge
  • £24,000-£30,000 plus pension
  • Founded in 1998, the Woolf Institute's mission is to further understanding between Jews, Christians, and Muslims in order to serve the greater public good. The Institute wishes to appoint a Research Fellow in a forthcoming project concerned with the musical heritage of Jewish and Muslim communities from Syria and Iraq.
  • We are looking for a scholar with good knowledge and experience in interdisciplinary research which combines ethnomusicology with assorted branches of Jewish and Islamic Studies and Middle Eastern and cultural studies, based on primary sources in Hebrew and Arabic and extensive field work. The research for the project will involve aspects of language and poetry; history, culture and politics; religious writings, prayers and practices; and secular religious and scriptural music; with a strong focus on past and present Jewish-Muslim relations. Thorough expertise of Arabic music, in particular, the Egyptian, Iraqi, Syrian and Lebanese repertoires, will be required, as well as language skills in Arabic and Hebrew. The candidate needs to have acquaintance with Middle Eastern Jewish, Muslim and Christian communities living across and outside the Middle East, in particular in Israel, the UK and the USA. Experience in fieldwork will be essential.
  • The Research Fellow will work with the Director of Research and other Woolf Institute staff on the project. The person should also feel comfortable working within a fast-paced work environment, in an Institute with a strong academic focus, and as part of a small staff. Finally, the successful candidate will need to be able to commute easily to the Cambridge area.
  • This is a 3-year contract.
  • For the project, please click here.
  • For the job and person specification, please click here.
  • To apply, please send a cover letter, CV, and any relevant publications to Tina Steiner at bs411@cam.ac.uk.
  • The applicant should also list in the letter names and e-mail addresses of two referees.
  • The application deadline is 14 August, interviews will be conducted at the beginning of September.

UPCOMING DEADLINESEdit

  • 31 May 2017 - International Christian University: Faculty Position in Musicology (Western Music)
  • 30 Jun 2017 - University College Dublin: Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Musicology
  • 15 Jul 2017 - Istanbul Technical University: Full-time instructor/foreign teaching faculty, Ethnomusicology
  • 16 Jul 2017 - Oxford Brookes University: Lecturer in Music (part-time, 5 months)
  • 17 Jul 2017 - University of Chester: Senior Lecturer in Music
  • 31 Jul 2017 - Victor Valley College: Full-time Instructor, Music (tenure-track)
  • 10 Aug 2017 - NUI Galway: Senior Lecturer in Music
  • 14 Aug 2017 - Woolf Institute: Research Fellow
  • 16 Aug 2017 - University of Oxford: British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow
  • 18 Aug 2017 - University of Cambridge: British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship
  • 21 Aug 2017 - Rochester Institute of Technology: Assistant Professor, Music Studies
  • 23 Aug 2017 - Massey University: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Critical Studies in Contemporary/Popular Music
  • 26 Aug 2017 - Schola Cantorum Basiliensis: Junior Technical Research Assistant
  • 26 Aug 2017 - Schola Cantorum Basiliensis: Senior Research Associate
  • 31 Aug 2017 - National Sun Yat-sen University: Full-time Faculty in Music
  • 04 Sep 2017 - University of Nottingham: Chair in Music
  • 08 Sep 2017 - Ulster University: Lecturer in Music (Community Music)
  • 11 Sep 2017 - University of Copenhagen: Associate Professor in Musicology
  • 11 Sep 2017 - University of Vienna: University Assistant, Ethnomusicology (Postdoc) (begins Jan 2018)
  • 15 Sep 2017 - San Jose State University: Assistant/Associate Professor of Music History (Director of the Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies)
  • 15 Sep 2017 - University of California, Los Angeles: Assistant Professor of Musicology (Early Music)
  • 15 Sep 2017 - University of Pittsburgh: Assistant Professor in Musicology
  • 15 Sep 2017 - University of Washington Tacoma: Full-Time Lecturer position in Performing Arts (begins Spring 2018)
  • 18 Sep 2017 - Melbourne Conservatorium of Music: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Music (Jazz and Improvisation)
  • 21 Sep 2017 - Technische Universitat Dresden: Junior Professorship in Empirical Musicology
  • 24 Sep 2017 - Green River College: Ethnomusicology Instructor (begins Jan 2018)
  • 30 Sep 2017 - University of Cambridge, Pembroke College: Keith Sykes Research Fellowship in Italian Studies
  • 01 Oct 2017 - Rice University: Assistant Professor of Musicology
  • 01 Oct 2017 - Saint Anselm College: Assistant Professor in Music
  • 01 Oct 2017 - Southern Methodist University: Assistant Professor of Musicology/Ethnomusicology
  • 02 Oct 2017 - Stanford University: Assistant/Associate Professor, Islam & the Arts
  • 09 Oct 2017 - University of California, Los Angeles: Associate Professor/Professor of Ethnomusicology (Mohindar Brar Sambhi Endowed Chair)
  • 09 Oct 2017 - Windward Community College: Instructor, Music (tenure-track, Spring 2018)
  • 10 Oct 2017 - Columbia University: Mellon Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow/Lecturer
  • 11 Oct 2017 - Beloit College: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (begins Jan 2018)
  • 15 Oct 2017 - University of Alabama: Assistant Professor, Musicology
  • 15 Oct 2017 - San Jose State University: Assistant Professor of Mexican American Studies
  • 16 Oct 2017 - University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Assistant Professor in African American and African Diaspora Studies
  • 18 Oct 2017 - University of Nottingham: Assistant Professor in Music
  • 20 Oct 2017 - University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology
  • 23 Oct 2017 - Eastman School of Music; University of Rochester: Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology
  • 25 Oct 2017 - Indiana University: Visiting Assistant Professor, Music (Musicology)
  • 30 Oct 2017 - Northeastern University: Assistant Professor - Ethnomusicology
  • 31 Oct 2017 - Appalachian State University: Visiting Assistant Professor in Appalachian Studies
  • 01 Nov 2017 - Berea College: Tenure-Track Position in Music (Musicology/Ethnomusicology)
  • 01 Nov 2017 - McGill University: Assistant Professor of Music (Ethnomusicology)
  • 01 Nov 2017 - University of Colorado Boulder: Professor of Musicology/Director of the American Music Research Center
  • 01 Nov 2017 - University of Pittsburgh: Assistant Professor in Ethnomusicology
  • 01 Nov 2017 - University of Waterloo, Conrad Grebel University College: Faculty Position in Musicology
  • 02 Nov 2017 - University of Wisconsin-Madison: Residential Fellowships in the Humanities
  • 03 Nov 2017 - Stony Brook University: Tenured or Tenure-Track Position in Music History/Theory/Ethnomusicology
  • 09 Nov 2017 - Coventry University: Senior Lecturer in Music (0.6 FTE)
  • 10 Nov 2017 - University of Denver: Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology
  • 13 Nov 2017 - University of Cambridge, Selwyn College & Trinity Hall: Early Career Research Fellowships
  • 15 Nov 2017 - American University of Beirut: Mary Fox Whittlesey Visiting Professorship in Music
  • 15 Nov 2017 - Amherst College: Assistant Professor, American Music
  • 15 Nov 2017 - Bard College: Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Ethnomusicology
  • 15 Nov 2017 - New College of Florida: Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology
  • 15 Nov 2017 - Stanford University: Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowships
  • 15 Nov 2017 - SUNY Potsdam: Assistant Professor of Music History
  • 16 Nov 2017 - Birmingham City University: Post-doctoral Researcher (0.5 FTE)
  • 17 Nov 2017 - Belmont University: Assistant Professor of Music (Musicology)
  • 17 Nov 2017 - Bowdoin College: Assistant Professor of Music
  • 17 Nov 2017 - University of Oxford, St John's College: Junior Research Fellowships
  • 17 Nov 2017 - Washington and Jefferson College: Visiting Artist/Scholar in Residence for Inclusion Initiatives
  • 19 Nov 2017 - King's College London: Teaching Fellow in Music (Ethnomusicology)
  • 20 Nov 2017 - Texas Christian University: Assistant/Associate Professor (Roach Honors College)
  • 22 Nov 2017 - Colby College: Visiting Assistant Professor in U.S. Popular Culture (3-year)
  • 24 Nov 2017 - Dublin City University: Assistant Professor in Music
  • 27 Nov 2017 - Brandeis University: Assistant/Associate Professor of Music
  • 30 Nov 2017 - University of Toronto: Assistant Professor - Musicology
  • 01 Dec 2017 - Arizona State University: Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology/Musicology
  • 01 Dec 2017 - Liverpool Hope University: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Music
  • 01 Dec 2017 - Northwestern University: Assistant/Associate Professor of African Diasporic Music and Sound Cultures
  • 01 Dec 2017 - Quest University Canada: Faculty Position in Visual or Performing Arts
  • 01 Dec 2017 - Texas Tech University: Assistant Professor of Musicology
  • 01 Dec 2017 - University of Florida: Lecturer of Music History
  • 01 Dec 2017 - University of Oxford, Christ Church: Associate Professorship in Music/Official Studentship and Organist
  • 02 Dec 2017 - Swarthmore College: Assistant Professor of Music
  • 02 Dec 2017 - University of Wisconsin-Whitewater: Assistant Professor of Musicology
  • 04 Dec 2017 - Brown University: Associate/Full Professor of Music (Department Chair)
  • 05 Dec 2017 - Iowa State University: Part-time Lecturer (Spring and Summer 2018)
  • 07 Dec 2017 - Durham University: Assistant Professor in Music Psychology and Musicology
  • 08 Dec 2017 - Indiana University: Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in Race, Migration, and Indigeneity
  • 09 Dec 2017 - Ithaca College: Diversity Scholars Fellowship (Music)
  • 10 Dec 2017 - University of Miami: Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Musicology
  • 14 Dec 2017 - Freie Universität Berlin: Professorship in Musicology
  • 15 Dec 2017 - Florida International University: Instructor of Music Theory and History
  • 15 Dec 2017 - The New School: Assistant Professor of Music Technology
  • 15 Dec 2017 - Northumbria University: Professor in the History of Music
  • 15 Dec 2017 - Pellissippi State Community College: Music Faculty
  • 15 Dec 2017 - University of Michigan: Assistant Professor of Music, Ethnomusicology
  • 15 Dec 2017 - University of Sheffield: Leverhulme Early Career Fellow
  • 01 Jan 2018 - Oberlin College & Conservatory of Music: Faculty Position in Musicology (3-years)
  • 01 Jan 2017 - West Chester University: Assistant Professor of Music History
  • 02 Jan 2018 - California State University, Los Angeles: Assistant/Associate Professor in Afro-Latino Cultures, Experiences, and Resistance in the Americas
  • 02 Jan 2018 - SUNY Geneseo: Assistant Professor of Music (Musicology)
  • 05 Jan 2018 - University of Wisconsin-Madison: Assistant Professor of Music
  • 07 Jan 2018 - University of Glasgow: Research Associate, Edinburgh Ramsay Project (0.4 FTE)
  • 07 Jan 2018 - University of Hong Kong: Society of Fellows in the Humanities
  • 08 Jan 2018 - Earlham College: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music — Choral Direction and Musicology
  • 08 Jan 2018 - University of California, Santa Barbara: Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Black Studies
  • 08 Jan 2018 - University of Pittsburgh: Lecturer in Musicology
  • 12 Jan 2018 - Shenandoah Conservatory: Assistant Professor of Musicology
  • 12 Jan 2018 - University of Manchester: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Musicology/Ethnomusicology
  • 14 Jan 2018 - Leuphana University: Junior Professorship (W1, TT) in Musicology
  • 15 Jan 2018 - University of Central Oklahoma: Assistant Professor of Humanities
  • 15 Jan 2018 - University of Vermont: Assistant Professor of Music History/Musicology/Ethnomusicology
  • 15 Jan 2018 - The University of Texas at Austin: Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for American Music
  • 22 Jan 2018 - University of Richmond: Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (Musicology)
  • 31 Jan 2018 - Princeton University: Postdoctoral Research Associate, African Humanities
  • 02 Feb 2018 - Williams College: Visiting Assistant Professor in Music History and Literature (Spring 2019)
  • Open until filled - Aurora University: Adjunct Faculty (online) – Music
  • Open until filled - Front Range Community College: Part-time instructor, History of Jazz
  • Open until filled - Liberty University: Adjunct Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicolog (Online)
  • Open until filled - Merrimack College: Adjunct Lecturer of Music (Spring 2018)
  • Open until filled - Missional University: Online Professor of Ethnomusicology: African Music Focus
  • Open until filled - Missional University: Online Professor of Ethnomusicology: Asian Music Focus
  • Open until filled - Spring Arbor University: Music Faculty Position
  • Open until filled - Syracuse University: Part-time Faculty - Musicology/African-American Studies (Spring 2018)
  • Open until filled - University of Michigan: Lecturer I (Islamic Arts)
  • Open until filled - University of North Texas at Dallas: Music Appreciation Adjunct Instructor
  • Open until filled - University of Southern Maine: Part-time Faculty - Music History (Spring 2018)

GENERAL DISCUSSION Edit

Musicology/Ethnomusicology 2017-18 Wiki Moderator: 5120j (5120janon@gmail.com)

  • A few comments from 5120j:
1. My rule of thumb for deciding which jobs to post is: "COULD an ethno/musicologist fill this post?" Not the more narrow question "WILL an ethno/musicologist fill this post?" So, this means I will post more general "humanities" jobs, and positions (mostly at small schools) looking for someone to teach music history/appreciation but also direct an ensemble/teach applied lessons/etc. (If the most important part of the job seems to be the ensemble directing/applied lessons and music history/appreciation is an add-on, I don't post it.)
2. I post almost the entire text of the job ad so that if any changes are made later, they can be noticed and noted. The ads also usually disappear from the institution's website after the application deadline has passed, so it's helpful to preserve them here. And it's very instructive to see how the winning candidate did and didn't fit the job as it was advertised. I do usually excise the description of the hiring school/department/facilities and the EOE boilerplate, but I leave the rest of it as-is. Removing anything more feels like editorializing on my part.
3. I don't have a current membership to CMS/MVL or SEM so if jobs are posted only in those locations, I won't see them. I don't think we've missed too many in the last few years though, since most jobs are advertised fairly widely.
4. My anon email is 5120janon at gmail, and I welcome comments and questions about the wiki and its moderation this year. I'm not a musicologist of any type and am not (and will not be) on the market myself, but I have a professional interest in the ethno/musicology job market.
  • 7/6/17 Call for new moderator: After many years of much-appreciated service, Hybridist will be stepping down as back-up moderator, so I am in search of someone new. I plan to continue to do the day-to-day updates and job postings for the foreseeable future, so this will not require a lot of time on your part. However, I prefer to have a backup administrator/moderator to keep an eye on the page when extra care is needed and/or I am unable to do so myself.
  • If you are interested, please send me an email (anonymously is fine) at 5120janon at gmail dot com.
  • Moderators need to be off the job market, have a basic understanding of the wiki setup/formatting/history, and already have a Wikia.com username with an edit history.
    • 7/6/17 Thank you for everything, Hybridist! I have really appreciated your work all these years. 5120j, thank you also for all of your service to the wiki! (x2)
  • 7/14 Please note that positions starting in Fall 2017 are still being posted on the 2016-17 wiki page.


  • 11/16 I am interested in visiting forums and websites that discuss the state of music studies in higher education, whether the opinions and observations are positive, negative, anecdotal, scholarly, or just plain venting. My interests include the job market, the state of today's students, changing curricula, etc. Please post your suggestions below.
  • 11/27: People who have used interfolio before: when you list your references does it automatically generate a request?  Also, even if old, is it advisable now *not* to double space after periods?
    • 11/28 I'm not sure about interfolio, but I am sure that you should never use two spaces after a period unless you're using a typewriter.

Acronym guideEdit

CMS: College Music Society

CHE: Chronicle of Higher Education

HERC: Higher Education Recruitment Consortium

IHE: Inside Higher Ed

MVL: Music Vacancy List (published by the College Music Society). Requires a member login.

AMS-L: American Musicological Society listserv

SAM-L: Society for American Music email list

SEM-L: Society of Ethnomusicology listserv

SEM: Society of Ethnomusicology. Their current job list requires a member login.

TT: Tenure Track

VAP: Visiting Assistant Professor

ABD: All-But-Dissertation

Wiki Counter: (check all that apply) Edit

I am a musicologist: 12

I am an ethnomusicologist: 6

I am a little of both: 7

I am a theorist: 1

I am currently in a TT position: 2

I am currently in a VAP/Lecturer position: 2

I am currently a Postdoctoral Fellow and on the market: 3

I am currently adjuncting and on the market: 2

I am a recent PhD and on the market: 3

I am a no-longer-so-recent PhD and on the market: 4

I was denied tenure and am back on the market:

I am a senior tenured scholar looking for a better position: 1

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

I am working outside of the academy:

I am ABD and on the market: 12

I am ABD and no longer on the market:

I am not on the market but am an interested observer: 3

I am a member of a search committee:

I will keep this wiki a positive place for discussion and not post negativity: 20

I will respect the anonymity of the wiki and create a safe atmosphere by not trying to find out who posted what: 18

I am so deeply discouraged professionally: 4

I am unsure of whether to keep trying or cut my losses and find a new career: 5

Salary InformationEdit

  • (2017 note: Many of these links need to be updated, if anyone would like to do so).

http://salaries.texastribune.org

http://transparentcalifornia.com/agencies/salaries/#university-system

http://new-york-employees.findthedata.com/

http://www.masslive.com/database/statepayroll/

http://connecticut-employees.findthebest.com/

http://www.indystar.com/story/money/2013/10/23/public-employee-salary-database/3171481/

http://www.umsalary.info/

http://www.cavalierdaily.com/page/salary

http://archive.mycentraljersey.com/section/DATAUNIVERSE12/Datauniverse-Rutgers-University-employees

http://apps.newsobserver.com/know/uncga/

http://www.open.georgia.gov/

http://cascadepolicy.org/govdocs/state/universities/

http://www.ibhe.org/pa96266/search.aspx

http://www.uvm.edu/~isis/sr/sr13.pdf

http://extra.twincities.com/car/salaries/

https://opendata.socrata.com/Education/2013-Salaries-Pennsylvania-State-System-of-Higher-/26jq-uk2i

http://data.baltimoresun.com/salaries/state/cy2014/

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