Department: Theatre - Dance
This full-time temporary Theatre department position in Dance will teach
4 sections of dance classes each semester. These courses would be
chosen from the following dance classes: Jazz, Ballet, Tap, Hip-Hop,
Musical Theatre Dance, Modern and World Dance, Introduction to Dance,
and Viewpoints and Suzuki Movement Studies.
There may be opportunity to give additional workshops and choreograph.
faculty member is responsible for planning syllabus, meeting and
teaching all classes, meeting office hours and providing and entering
grades in a timely manner. Applicants must demonstrate an ability to
interface with faculty, staff and students and to balance teaching and
production needs of an active undergraduate program. They must
contribute to the recruitment and retention program for the department
and university. They must enjoy and have experience working with non
Type of Position(s): Full-Time Temporary
Requirements: MA or M.F.A. in Dance or related field. Experience in teaching dance at the college level and working with non-majors.
Requirements: M.F.A. in Dance or related field. Experience in teaching
and choreographing at both the professional and college level and
working with non-majors.
Posting Opens: 8/8/19
Posting Closes:Open til Filled
Special Instructions to Applicant:
Review of the applications will begin September 6, 2019. Applicants are to attach a cover letter, candidate’s vitae, unofficial transcripts (official transcripts required before appointment) and contact information for three professional references. Final determination will be based upon a successful interview, which may include a teaching demonstration. Failure to submit all the required materials may lead to the candidate not being considered. All candidates must provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States. Offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of a background check.
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