Position: Music History. Full-time. Non-tenure-track.
Subject to funding availability.
Rank & Salary: Instructor.
Full-time, annually contracted position. In subsequent years, this position may
be converted to tenure-track status, for which the successful candidate may be
Responsibilities: Teach a full range
of undergraduate music history classes, graduate research and history seminars,
and online courses. Other duties may be assigned depending on qualifications
and departmental needs.
Qualifications: Doctorate or ABD in
Music History/Musicology. Evidence of excellence in teaching, preferably at the
college level. Accomplishments as a performer considered an asset. Evidence of
research and scholarly activities. Ability to direct research for graduate
Deadline: Review of applications
begins February 15, 2013 and continues until interviews are scheduled.
Application: Send a letter of
application, curriculum vitae, contact information for five professional
references, a sample of recent research activity, and undergraduate and
graduate transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable initially). Three
current letters of recommendation under separate cover are required.
Semifinalists will be asked to provide a fifteen-minute video of a music
Electronic submissions (PDF or Microsoft Word documents) to firstname.lastname@example.org
are preferred. Hard copies may also be sent to:
Mr. Jerry L. Daniels, Chair
Department of Music
Eastern Illinois University
600 Lincoln Avenue
Charleston, IL 61920
Starting Date: August 12, 2013
The University & Community:
Eastern Illinois University places priority on teaching excellence for a
student body in a residential setting. Approximately 11,000 on-campus students
are enrolled in programs in undergraduate and graduate programs.
Non-traditional and part-time students are enrolled in programs at both on- and
off-campus sites. Eastern offers faculty a wide range of research and public
service activities. The university is located in east central Illinois and
combines the benefits of a community of 20,000 with access to several cities,
including Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis.