Adjunct Faculty in Music - Jazz
The School of Humanities, Religion, and Social Sciences seeks applications for an adjunct faculty instructor to lead the Jazz Band. This ensemble consists of music majors and non-majors, as well as community and alumni musicians. It is possible this role could be combined with that of saxophone instructor.
START DATE: August 29, 2022
POSITIONS AVAILABLE: 1
Adjunct Faculty in Jazz
- Master’s degree in Music with an emphasis in Music Education/Instrumental, or Master’s degree in Music Performance with an emphasis in Jazz
- Teaching experience in Music at the primary, secondary and/or college levels
- Strong commitment to teaching jazz musicianship, jazz repertoire, and leading the FPU Jazz Band
- Evidence of professional-level jazz performance
- Experience in, or aptitude for, undergraduate-level teaching
- Ability to work with students, staff, and faculty in a collegial environment
- Commitment to the Christian faith and the university’s mission of Christ-centered teaching and learning, as well as involvement in a local church
- Terminal degree in Music or related field
- College-level teaching experience
- Ability to work effectively with a diverse student body as well as promote diversity
Dependent on qualifications and experience.
A faculty application is available at the link below.
Send a letter of application, a completed faculty application form (including personal statements), curriculum vita, three letters of reference (including one pastoral), and transcripts or placement file to:
Ron Herms, Ph.D.
School of HRSS, Box 2301
Fresno Pacific University
1717 S. Chestnut Avenue
Fresno, CA 93702
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