[ 25. März 2014 ]

AUSSCHREIBUNG – USA, Omaha Vacancy: Assistant Professor, Tenure Track, University of Nebraska (Omaha)

Subject: USA, Omaha Vacancy: Assistant Professor, Tenure Track,
University of Nebraska (Omaha)
Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2014
From: Kevin Austin

Music Technology

Assistant Professor, tenure track, beginning in August 2014. Salary
$50,000 and comprehensive benefits package.

Seeking a collaborative individual to provide teaching and leadership
within an established and comprehensive music technology program.
Teaching responsibilities in music technology will include courses that
cover audio recording, sound reinforcement, notation, sequencing,
integrated media, and instructional technology. Additional
responsibilities consist of the supervision of senior capstone projects
and supervision of the music department’s music technology facilities
and activities requiring audio recording and sound reinforcement support.

Teach courses in music technology at undergraduate and graduate levels.
Provide leadership in the music technology area. Willingness to
contribute to all aspects of department life including active
involvement in the recruitment and retention of students and the
coordination of audio recording and sound reinforcement activities.
Additional duties in music assigned related to candidate’s expertise and
experience. Participation in curriculum development. Maintain an active
research/creative activity profile.

Required Qualifications:
Demonstrate excellence in the application and teaching of music
technology with a Masters Degree required. Eligible for appointment to
graduate faculty.

The Department of Music, one of five academic units with the College of
Communication, Fine Arts, and Media is located in its own performing
arts complex with a Pro Tools-based recording studio and a music
technology teaching lab. With a faculty of 45, the department enrolls
approximately 200 undergraduate and 40 graduate students and offers the
Bachelor of Music degree with concentrations in Music Education, and
Performance and the Master of Music degree with concentrations in
Conducting, Music Education and Performance.

A Bachelor of Arts degree with concentrations in music technology and
music business is also offered, pending administrative approval.

The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) is Nebraska’s premier
metropolitan research university offering nationally recognized
bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees. Our university spans more
than 150 acres on multiple campuses in the heart of Omaha, surrounded by
residential neighborhoods, shopping and dining. UNO offers one of the
most competitive tuition rates in the region, making college accessible
for residents and non-residents.

Application Process:Interested candidates are required to submit
applications electronically at :

Cover letter, vita and list of references must be attached to the
electronic application.

Supporting materials that cannot be attached to the electronic
application (video/recordings) will be requested at a later time.

Additional Questions can be directed to:
Jeremy Baguyos, Search Committee Chair, jbaguyos@unomaha.edu
Department of Music, University of Nebraska at Omaha
6001 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68182-0245

Initial screening of applicants will begin April 1, 2014. The university
and department have a strong commitment to achieving diversity among
faculty and staff. We are particularly interested in receiving
applications from members of under-represented groups and strongly
encourage women and persons of color to apply for this position.