Competency to teach freshman and sophomore level music courses including Audio Production I/II, Music Production, Music, Video, Lights I/II, Electronic Music Composition I/II, Music Fundamentals, Music Appreciation, and Popular Music in the United States. This position also includes programmatic leadership.
Master's degree with a major in music or a master's degree with a minimum of 18 graduate semester credits (27 graduate quarter credits) in music.
Experience with general music instruction
Experience with music technology curriculum and class instruction
Demonstrated teaching effectiveness
Readiness to teach via online music delivery
Experience with educational outreach activities
Knowledge of/experience with software and hardware technologies to enhance methods and goals of teaching music courses including Logic Studio Pro, surround-sound mixing, digital mixing boards, etc.
Ability to manage software/hardware for two surround-sound studios and three additional music studios and 24-station teaching lab.
Ability to assist department with decisions and actions related to Music curriculum.
Teaching experience at the two-year college level.
Background in diversity issues as related to teaching in the prescribed area(s).
Experience advising student music activities.
Experience in program development and recruitment.
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