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DAVID L. KAPLAN CHAIR IN MUSIC Strings (Orchestr

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Job Order #: 5590519

Employer Name:
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN - THE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC
Wage/Salary Info:
$93,293 - $130,925
Posted Date:
01-Nov-2017
Location:
SASKATOON
 
# of Positions:
1
Employment Terms:
Full Time
Length of Employment:
Tenurable Position (Permanent)
Education:
University Doctoral Degree
Experience:
3-5 Years
Apply By:
08-Nov-2017
How to Apply?:
Dr. Gregory Marion Head, Department of Music College of Arts and Science University of Saskatchewan 28 Campus Drive Saskatoon, SK S7N OX1 (306) 966-8355 gregory.marion@usask.ca
 

Application Information

Employer Name:
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN - THE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

Employer Address:
 
28 Campus Drive
SASKATOON,SK
CANADA
S7N0X1

Contact Name:
Dr. Gregory Marion

Contact Phone:
306-966-8355

Contact Email:
gregory.marion@usask.ca

Employer Website:
https://usask.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=1210



Description

Tenurable position, rank: Assistant or Associate Professor, supporting the performance, the research, scholarly and artistic work (RSAW), and the teaching activities of an accomplished performer, educator, and scholar in Strings (vln, vla, vce, or cb). Position commences July 1, 2018.

The mandate of the David L. Kaplan Chair in Music is to develop and to maintain a strong string program that attracts undergraduate and graduate students to the Department of Music. The Kaplan Chair is expected to contribute to the Department of Musics commitments to: innovative teaching; RSAW; community outreach; and internationalization, which includes cultivating relationships with partner organizations in other countries (with a focus on China).

Qualifications: doctorate (preferred), but consideration will be given to those possessing a master of music degree plus extensive performance experience; a developed or an emerging international performance profile; substantial repertoire knowledge and interests; and a demonstrated commitment to excellence in studio teaching, ideally at a post-secondary level. The successful candidate will engage in studio performance instruction, as well as teaching and advising at the undergraduate and the graduate levels, and administrative functions commensurate with rank and type of appointment. Continuation of an active performance RSAW profile is essential. Additional dutiesaligning with departmental needs and the successful candidates area(s) of expertiseis likely to include some combination of: stewardship of the University of Saskatchewans collection of Amati string instruments; chamber music coaching; ensemble leadership; classroom methods courses; novel instructional delivery; liaison work with the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra, and with the string community of the province of Saskatchewan, and beyond. The ability to secure external funding.

 

Skills and Abilities

Type of Publishing Experience
 - Position or discussion paper
Type of Research Experience
 - Historical
Specific Skills
 - Conduct seminars and discussion groups
 - Conduct research in field of specialization
 - Direct research programs of graduate students
 - Prepare special lectures and presentations for conferences and consultations
 - Prepare, administer and grade assigned work
 - Serve on faculty committees dealing with research, budgets, curriculum planning and requirements and staffing
 - Teach one or more university subjects
 - Advise on research matters
Essential Skills
 - Significant use of memory
 - Computer use
 - Finding information
 - Job task planning and organizing
 - Critical thinking
 - Decision making
 - Problem solving
 - Working with others
 - Oral communication
 - Writing
 - Numeracy
 - Document use
 - Reading text
Academic Discipline
 - Fine and applied arts
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
 - Not applicable
Additional Skills
 - Manage departmental operations
 - Supervise graduate students
 - Use computer applications

 

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