Tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor — Oboe
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge

ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
(Oboe/Tenure-track position)
School of Music and Dramatic Arts

Required Qualifications: Doctorate of Musical Arts or equivalent degree (exceptional candidates who have not earned the terminal degree will be considered, if they possess significant national/international experience) and demonstrated artist-caliber performing and teaching skills.

Additional Qualifications Desired:Successful college teaching experience.

Responsibilities: Recruits and teaches undergraduate and graduate oboe majors; coaches chamber music; performs with the Timm Woodwind Quintet; advises graduate theses, monographs and research projects, as necessary; and, teaches a class in woodwind area (reed making, woodwind literature, woodwind pedagogy, for ex.), as needs arise and time permits.

Title and rank will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Screening will begin immediately through March 7, 2011 and will continue until a candidate is selected.

For full consideration, submit materials by March 7, 2011.

Apply online, at:

http://www.lsusystemcareers.lsu.edu

Position #000047.

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4 Comments

  1. There should be a boatload of applications for this!

  2. Oh wow, I’m thankful that you posted this. I’m starting to look at Grad Schools for oboe performance and LSU was on my list as a possibility. Looks like I’ll need to keep an eye on who gets the position (and where Dr. Ryon heads to, if he keeps teaching).

  3. (Make that Professor Ryon- I’m always giving people accidental PhDs)

  4. Oh I’d like an “accidental PhD” too! Can you hand me one, please!? 😉

    Yep, time to keep an eye on that one if you are thinking of attending there, to be sure, Jaclyn!