SALARY: See Position Description
OPENING DATE: 05/29/18
CLOSING DATE: 06/18/18 02:00 PM
Under the supervision of the division director, program director, associate dean, and/or Dean, Instructional Affairs, the Instructor teaches students according to established policies and procedures to provide competent and effective classroom and laboratory instruction at varied times and places based on student demand. The position will require coordination with the theatre program and the instruction of general music classes. Responsibilities will also include recruitment, mentorship of music major transfer students, and community outreach performances.
POSTING DATE: May 29, 2018
SALARY: Based on education and experience commensurate with Salary Schedule D1 IA for 9 months (range: $39,600 – $60,415). Higher education could earn placement on a higher salary schedule.
ANTICIPATED START DATE: August 13, 2018
This position will be based initially on the Wallace Campus in Dothan.
More than one position in the same job classification may be filled from the applicants for this position should another vacancy occur during the search process.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS/SCREENING PROCESS:
1. Master’s degree with major in Music from a regionally accredited institution OR Master’s degree plus 18 graduate semester hours in Music from a regionally accredited institution is required.
2. Demonstrated ability to coach vocal groups using repertoire of both traditional and modern à cappella ensembles, manage and direct an auditioned performance group to include experience with incorporating choreography, costumes, and staging for performances on and off campus, and throughout the region is preferred.
3. Strong leadership skills including organizing concerts both on and off campus, collaborating with theatre department, and instrumental program for musicals and concerts is preferred. Developing program curriculum with colleagues, and maintenance of standardized records such as Student Learning Outcomes is also preferred.
4. Teaching experience in the discipline at the postsecondary level is preferred.
5. Experience with applied vocal pedagogy, and preparing vocalists for music major transfer to four-year schools is preferred.
6. Experience incorporating multi-media instructional techniques into curricula, including instructional technology for web-based teaching and course management utilizing the Blackboard platform is preferred.
7. Experience inspiring and facilitating learning with diverse student populations is preferred.
ADVISORY COMMITTEE: The President will appoint an Advisory and Interview Committee to include representatives of the College faculty and staff. This committee will employ appropriate procedures, including the review of application packets, interview, and demonstration of competency, to determine which applicants are to be recommended to the President for further consideration. From all the applications received, an advisory committee will select the applicants to be interviewed. All initial interviews will be conducted in person and applicants must travel at their own expense.
Applicants must meet the minimum qualifications as indicated on this vacancy notice and must submit a completed online application packet in order to be considered for this position. A complete online application packet must be received no later than 2:00 pm, Monday, June 18, 2018. Applicants who fail to submit all required information will be disqualified. Only applications received during the period of this announcement will be considered. A complete application packet consists of:
1. Completed Wallace Community College online employment application
2. Current resume
3. Cover letter describing specifically how your experience and qualifications meet the required qualifications.
4. Appropriate transcript(s) identifying the applicant, institution, date degree conferred and verifying the applicant has received the minimum of a Master’s degree with major in Music or the Master’s degree plus 18 graduate semester hours in Music.
APPLICATIONS MUST BE FILED ONLINE AT:
IF AT ANY POINT YOU HAVE PROBLEMS COMPLETING YOUR APPLICATION, CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT WALLACE COLLEGE (334-556-2484)
ALL APPLICATION MATERIALS MUST BE SCANNED. It is recommended that you have digital (such as pdf) copies of your cover letter, resume, employment verification documents (if applicable), ALL required transcripts, and any other document identified in the vacancy announcement ready when you begin the on-line application process. You will be given the opportunity to upload these during the process. If you need assistance scanning documents, please contact:
Monday – Thursday 7:00 am – 5:30 pm
The College is closed on Friday’s during summer semester
WE DO NOT ACCEPT FAXED OR E-MAILED application materials.
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All correspondence with applicants regarding the College’s search process will be sent via e-mail.
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