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Assistant Professor of Oboe and Aural Skills (University of Florida)


The School of Music at The University of Florida invites applicants for an Assistant Professor in Oboe and Aural Skills. This is a tenure-track, nine-month appointment, beginning August 16, 2024.

Additional Details:

$61,000-$63,000 Commensurate with qualification and experience; comprehensive and highly competitive leave and benefits package eligible

-Recruit and instruct undergraduate and graduate students in applied oboe
-Instruct courses in the undergraduate Aural Skills sequence
-Maintain active national and international creative research profile in oboe, consistent with expectation of tenure and promotion
-Participate in shared governance through service to the School, College, and University

-ABD, or MM with additional commensurate experience, one advanced degree must be in oboe performance
-Evidence of potential to develop a national or international reputation in oboe performance, consistent with university expectations for tenure and promotion
-Experience and demonstrated effectiveness in teaching applied oboe
-Demonstrated capacity for effective recruitment

-Earned doctorate in oboe performance
-Experience teaching applied oboe and related courses in higher education
-Experience teaching Aural Skills courses in higher education
-A degree, cognate, or significant graduate coursework in music theory
-Demonstrated aptitude for working toward structural and strategic change, particularly in relationship to open intellectual discourse, and the well-being of all in a context of cultural and ideological difference.

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Deadline to Apply:


Job Contact:

Shannon Lowe

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