MTO Employment Listings

MTO 2.5 1996


  1. Wheaton College, Dean of the Conservatory of Music
  2. University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music, Position in Music theory/Musicianship
  3. Stanford University, Search Announcement: Musicology

Wheaton College, Dean of the Conservatory of Music

Wheaton College is accepting applications and nominations of individuals
interested in serving as the Dean of the Conservatory of Music.  Applicants
should be strong musicians with an established record of successful
leadership, demonstrating administrative skills.  An effective candidate
should have an understanding of a broad range of musical disciplines and
styles, as well as issues related to higher education.  A doctorate is

Submit letters of application and resumes no later than October 1, 1996 to
Director of Human Resources, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois 60187.

Wheaton College is an evangelical Christian liberal arts college with a
distinctly accredited Conservatory of Music which includes a large
pre-college program.  A successful applicant must affirm the college's
statement of faith and adhere to lifestyle expectations.

Wheaton College complies with federal and state requirements for
non-discrimination in employment.  Women and minority applicants are
encouraged to apply.

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University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music, Position in Music theory/Musicianship

Position in Music theory/Musicianship
University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music
One year position with possible renewal.
Teach First Year Music Theory, First and Second Year Musicianship,
Form, and Fundamentals for non-majors.
PhD preferred, Masters required.
Demonstrated success in teaching musicianship skills necessary.
Interest in teaching jazz arranging a plus.
Interested individuals should send a letter of application, cv, and
three letters of recommendation to:

George Buckbee, Acting Dean
University of the Pacific
Conservatory of Music
Stockton, CA  95211

Applications by FAX may be sent to (209) 946-2770

For more information contact Robert Coburn at

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Stanford University

Search Announcement: Musicology

The Department of Music at Stanford University intends to make a
tenure-track junior appointment in musicology to begin Fall 1997. This new
position is open to scholar-teachers in any field of specialization;
however, applications are particularly encouraged from those with
sub-specialties in non-Western and traditional musics. It is expected that
candidates will either be, or show every promise of becoming, distinguished
and productive scholars.

Duties include the teaching of courses and the supervision of individual
research on both undergraduate and graduate levels.

Stanford University is an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity employer. We
strongly encourage applications from women and minorities.

Applicants should send a letter of interest, a current curriculum vitae, and
letters of reference to:

Professor Stephen Hinton, Chairman
Musicology Search Committee
Department of Music

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