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Stephen F. Austin State University

Thursday, April 15, 2010 11:15 AM
Author: Patrick McCulley

Stephen F. Austin State University Job Area: Woodwinds Job Title: Artist/Teacher of Saxophone Rank: Assistant/Associate Professor Teach applied saxophone, pedagogy, and literature; perform in faculty chamber ensembles; provide support for school ensembles; recruit a high quality saxophone studio; other teaching may include jazz improvisation, coaching chamber music, and classroom assignments commensurate with school needs and candidate’s qualifications. Faculty members are expected to be active as performers and in research/creative activities contributing to an environment of academic and artistic achievement. They are also expected to work in a collegial manner and be committed to fulfilling service obligations to the school, college, university and profession. Terminal degree in the field required; doctoral degree in progress will be considered. Previous teaching experience desired. Start Date: August, 2010 Application Deadline: May 7, 2010 or until position is filled Please apply on-line: website and send official or unofficial transcripts, three current letters of recommendation, and an audition CD or DVD of solo and/or ensemble performance to: Dr. Deb Scott, Chair of Saxophone Search Committee School of Music, Stephen F. Austin State University Box 13043 SFA Station Nacogdoches, TX; 75962-3043. Phone: 936-468-1186 Fax: 936-468-5810 Email: email


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