Minimum $1300/credit hour
The Setnor School of Music within the College of Visual and Performing Arts seeks a Part-Time Instructor to teach AMC100 Guitar Class I during the 2018 spring semester.
Instruct beginning guitar class for non-music majors in a group setting.
Minimum undergraduate degree in music with guitar as primary instrument of study.
Job Specific Qualifications
Advanced performance skills in guitar required. Prior experience teaching class guitar teaching experience preferred.
Developing and/or updating a class syllabus.
Preparation of lectures, projects or other student assignments.
Maintaining regularly scheduled office hours.
Presenting instruction based on the competencies and performance levels of the course.
Meeting all designated class periods. If you are unable to meet your class due to illness or emergency, you should exercise your best effort to reschedule the class or to obtain a substitute. You must also notify the department chair of your absence and of your plan to cover the class.
Submitting completed mid-semester progress reports and final grades according to University regulations.
Grading student assignments and exams in timely manner.
Providing departmentally sanctioned forms for completed student evaluations.
Building a positive rapport with students and other faculty.
For full consideration, submit the following materials online: a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae.
Files may be no larger than 5MB, however, you may submit an external link to a larger file if needed.
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