Stanford Univ.

Teaching Job
Stanford, CA USA
Teaching Job
Deadline: 06/15/2021

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Description

The Department of Music at Stanford University invites applicants for the position of Lecturer in Vocal Studies, beginning in Fall 2021. This is a full-time Lecturer position with benefits.

The ideal candidate for this position is a dynamic, creative colleague who possesses strong communication and interpersonal skills, has a proven record of teaching group classes as well as individual lessons to students from diverse backgrounds and academic disciplines, has a demonstrated record of performance success, enjoys working collaboratively in a highly rigorous liberal arts environment, and will actively contribute to a campus community that promotes cultural diversity and multicultural understanding.

Qualifications/Required Skills

Master's degree or professional experience as teacher and/or performer equivalent to the terminal degree

Documented experience and success teaching voice in an accredited higher education institution or in a professional setting

Enthusiasm and commitment to teaching group voice classes to a wide range of students from all academic disciplines and who encompass varied degrees of experience and ability

A demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion in approach to teaching/learning and in professional activities

Documented success teaching students of diverse backgrounds at the undergraduate and graduate levels

Familiarity with languages generally encountered in the vocal and choral literature

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

High degree of organization

Professional distinction and documented success as a singer

Application Instructions

Please submit the following materials in PDF or Word format by June 15, 2021 to: Mario Champagne, PhD, Director of Finance and Operations at marioch@stanford.edu:

Cover letter

Curriculum Vitae

One-page educational philosophy

Personal diversity statement

Phone and email contact information for three (3) references

2 video links showing performances in contrasting styles by the candidate

1 video link of the candidate in a teaching situation, if available




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