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Institution: North Carolina Central University

Position: Chair, open rank

General Information:

Department of Music Chair - beginning August 2013

Qualifications:

In addition to a doctoral or terminal degree that meets the requirements for tenure in the Department of Music, the successful candidate will need: a record of scholarly, creative and teaching excellence; successful administrative experience in higher education; strong interpersonal and communications skills; ongoing activity in professional organizations; a commitment to student recruitment and retention; demonstrated ability in fundraising and/or grant writing; and the ability to provide vision and leadership in a diverse academic environment.

Job Description/Responsibilities:

The Chair is responsible for the daily administrative operation and leadership of the Department, as well as long-term planning and curriculum development. Responsibilities include class scheduling, staffing, faculty evaluation, fiscal management, program assessment, event scheduling and recruitment. The Chair will teach a limited course load.

Salary Range: n/a

Items to Send:

Send letter of application and curriculum vitae



Deadline: open until filled

Contact:

Candace Bailey
Professor, Department of Music
North Carolina Central University
1801 Fayetteville Street
Durham, NC 27707
Letters of recommendation and academic transcripts will be requested if necessary after further review.
Applications may be submitted by email by sending the above materials to cbailey@nccu.edu.
Please put "DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC CHAIR APPLICANT" in the message line of your email.

Other Information:

The NCCU Department of Music offers five academic programs, with approximately 120 majors pursuing Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees. Degrees and concentrations include Jazz Studies, Music Industry, Liberal Arts, Music Education, Ethnomusicology and Sacred Music. The music faculty numbers seventeen full-time and eight part-time members. North Carolina Central University serves approximately 8500 students and is located in the center of the Research Triangle area, consistently cited as one of America's most desirable places to live and work. US News & World Report has ranked NCCU as the top public HBCU in the U.S. for the last two years.

Date Listed: 10/11/2012


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