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Assistant/Associate Professor of Music (Strings) Tenure Track
Alcorn State University

Date Posted Jul. 8, 2024
Title Assistant/Associate Professor of Music (Strings) Tenure Track
University Alcorn State University
Lorman, MS, United States
Department School of Arts & Sciences
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Start Date Available immediately
  • Assistant Professor
    Associate Professor
  • Music - General

Job Title

Assistant/Associate Professor of Music (Strings) Tenure Track

FLSA Status


Posted Salary Range

Commensurate with experience.

Employment Status

Full TimeDepartment

School of Arts & Sciences

Job Summary

Teach applied Strings, String Methods, Chamber Ensemble, and Music Theory
Teach related method and music literature courses. All faculty are expected to participate fully in departmental and university affairs: this includes serving on committees, academic advising, and student recruitment.

Knowledge Skills and Abilities

Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
Candidate should have a strong record of teaching and performance excellence in directing collegiate and secondary school string programs
Significant commitment to music performance and education.
Sequential Teaching methodology

Essential Job Functions

· Teach String method classes
· Teach music theory and /or sight singing and aural skills
· Conduct chamber ensemble and develop string orchestra
· Teach Applied Strings
· Serve on Committees
· Recruiting


The applicant must have a minimum of a Master’s degree in Music with a strong background in applied strings. College teaching experience preferred. Experience with Orchestra is a plus.

Licensing and Certifications

 Suzuki string methods Preferred

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