The successful candidate will have responsibilities that may include but are not limited to the following:
- Teach undergraduate and graduate studio trumpet lessons and studio classes.
- Supervise graduate degree requirement including supervision of dissertation documents.
- Recruit highly qualified students.
- Contribute to the research/creative-activities mission of the College and University in national and international settings that are peer-reviewed.
- Participate in the service mission of the College, University, and profession.
Other duties may include, but are not limited to, chamber music coaching, brass pedagogy classes and assisting in the brass area as needed.
Demonstrated excellence as a trumpet teacher and active performer. A diverse musical background as a trumpet performer (solo, chamber, orchestra, etc.). Demonstrable success in teaching trumpet at the college/university level to include a proven record of attracting, developing and retaining outstanding students. Master’s degree required.
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