Position Announcement: University of Alabama, Huntsville

Assistant Professor of Voice

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Assistant Professor of Voice

The University of Alabama in Huntsville seeks a Tenure-track, Assistant Professor of Voice for Fall 2017. The successful candidate will be an experienced, professional singer and artist-teacher of voice with a strong background in vocal pedagogy and music history. Responsibilities will include teaching applied voice and associated courses, as well as other assigned courses consistent with interest, expertise, and departmental need. The candidate will actively pursue scholarship and performance opportunities in the field while participating in student recruitment, departmental service, and community outreach. Doctorate will be required at the time of appointment.

To be assured of full consideration, please submit (by October 1, 2016) a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses (both email and physical), and telephone numbers of at least three individuals who might knowledgeably endorse your application to:

Voice Search Committee
Department of Music
301 Sparkman Drive
Huntsville, AL, 35899

Please do not send additional materials or letters of recommendation at this time. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

The University of Alabama in Huntsville is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer of minorities/females/veterans/disabled.

Please refer to log number 17/18-335

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