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Assistant Professor of Bassoon

Oct 19, 2007

TENURE TRACK POSITION

Beginning August 2008

POSITION/RANK: Assistant Professor of Bassoon

SALARY: Competitive at the assistant professor rank

RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach applied bassoon, coach chamber music, teach woodwind techniques, teach in a secondary area as qualified, recruit bassoon students and perform with the Pacific Arts Woodwind Quintet.

QUALIFICATIONS: Required: Masters’ degree or equivalent professional experience. Successful performance experience and successful teaching experience. Preferred: University teaching experience.

DEADLINE: December 1, 2007. However, applications will continue to be considered until the position has been filled.

APPLICATION: Letter of application, curriculum vita, the names, email addresses and telephone numbers of five references, sample programs and a recording of a recent performance. Include postage paid envelope for return of materials, if desired.

Send to:
Dr. Patricia Shands 
Chair, Bassoon Search Committee
Conservatory of Music
University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Avenue
Stockton, CA 95211
209.946.3199

The Conservatory of Music, founded in 1878, has a full-time faculty of twenty, a part-time faculty of over twenty, and approximately 170 music majors. The following degrees are offered: B.M. in performance, music history, music composition, music education, music therapy, music management, B.A. in music; M.M. in music education and M.A. in music therapy. The Conservatory is also home to the Brubeck Institute. The University of the Pacific, an independent institution, was established in 1851 as California’s first institution of higher education. It is respected for its commitment to excellence, diversity of academic programs, and outstanding teaching faculty.

Located 80 miles east of San Francisco, Stockton is a culturally diverse city of 250,000 and abounds in cultural institutions and events.

The University of the Pacific is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer encouraging excellence through diversity.

The Conservatory of Music is an institutional charter member of the National Association of Schools of Music.