[scimembers] Assistant / Associate Professor position in electronic music at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music

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From Don Freund (dfreund at indiana.edu<mailto:dfreund at indiana.edu>)

Please notify any interested composers in this position in Electronic and Computer Music at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. The official announcement page is below. Here is the link to submit an application: https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/6864
On this page, follow the “Apply for this Job” link.


Position Details

Title   Assistant or Associate Professor of Music (Composition: Electronic and Computer Music)
Appointment Status      Tenure Track
Department      IU Bloomington Composition
Position Summary

The Jacobs School of Music seeks a composer of electroacoustic music, including works that feature live electronics or combine acoustic instruments with electronic sound, to teach courses in and contribute to other activities of the Center for Electronic and Computer Music (CECM). Responsibilities will include (1) teaching courses for composition students at all levels as well as for students outside the Jacobs School of Music; (2) assisting the CECM director in planning and supervising the production of CECM concerts and maintaining the CECM studios; (3) participating in Composition Department activities, including recruitment, and serving on Jacobs School of Music committees; (4) providing guidance for composition students, faculty and JSoM ensembles utilizing electronics and computer music on recitals and concerts; (5) serving as a minor field representative on doctoral advising committees for DM students minoring in Electronic and Computer Music; and (6) maintaining an active career as a composer of electroacoustic music.


Basic Qualifications

Composer with a growing national reputation, including significant performances and recognition, and preferably with performances at electroacoustic music conferences (such as SEAMUS and ICMC). Broad knowledge of the history and techniques of electroacoustic music. Ability to teach commonly used digital audio workstation software and computer music languages (preferably including Max). Experience setting up and running electroacoustic concerts. The ideal candidate will be able to relate to the concerns of students having a wide variety of musical backgrounds. Master’s degree in Composition required. Doctorate in Composition preferred; commensurate professional experience will be given equal consideration.


Department Contact for Questions

Cecilia Fleming, Assistant to the Executive Associate Dean,
(812) 855-5541 ceciflem at indiana.edu<mailto:ceciflem at indiana.edu>


Additional Qualifications
Salary and Rank Salary and rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Special Instructions

A complete application consists of a letter of application and curriculum vitae, along with contact in-formation for three professional references. A message with instructions about uploading letters of reference will be sent automatically to each of your reference providers upon the submission of your application. Please do not send audio/video files or other materials unless requested to do so. If you need assistance in completing your application, contact:
Cecilia Fleming, Assistant to the Executive Associate Dean,
(812) 855-5541 ceciflem at indiana.edu<mailto:ceciflem at indiana.edu>


For Best Consideration Date     12/01/2018
Expected Start Date     08/01/2019
OAA #   21810-15



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