Professor, Music/Band Director - North Campus
Band Director and Applied Instrumental Instructor.
Responsibilities may include teaching additional coursework in the Music
Faculty load for this position consists of a minimum of 35 hours per week
of instruction and office hours.
Instructor is expected to actively recruit, support and promote the
department within the community at large masterclasses, workshops, and
Maintain active liaison with high schools, universities, business and
industry or external agencies and assist with program advisory committees
Complete instructional duties, reports, and paperwork assigned by college
leadership in a timely manner.
Keeps up with developments in the field of study.
Demonstrates high standards-academic and professional.
Evaluates student work constructively and provides timely feedback.
Teaches at times and locations that meet student needs.
Provides access to students through posted conference hours, electronic
communications, and other appropriate methods and responds to inquiries in
a timely manner.
Reviews, evaluates, and recommends student learning materials.
Develops and uses a syllabus and course information materials for each
course, laboratory, or clinical setting within state, college, and
Maintains high standards of competence in the discipline(s) and teaching
methodologies through professional development activities.
Plans, develops, and uses effective teaching methods and materials which
assist students in meeting course objectives, are appropriate for students
with diverse educational and experiential backgrounds and learning styles,
and engage the students in learning.
Reviews, evaluates, reflects, and revises program curricula and teaching
methods through a self-evaluation process of self-reflection.
Meets or exceeds professional standards, state-mandated guidelines,
requirements of business/industry, and higher education, as appropriate to
Actively participates in college meetings and/or committees, task forces,
Participates in college-related activities such as registration, community
education, recruitment of students, student retention, and faculty
Participates in college activities for students/student organizations to
aid in retention.
Participates in business and community activities that foster goodwill and
promote the mission and values of the college.
Participates in activities required to maintain program and college
Participates in setting departmental goals, in developing college budgets
that support the goals, and in planning for achieving those goals.
Promotes and maintains departmental affiliation agreements and other
partnerships with other institutions
Additional Job Functions:
Teach 15-16 hours per week from the following list of classes:
Direct the Jazz Band
Ear Training I-IV
Music Literature and/or Listening to Music
American Popular Music
Master's degree or above with a minimum of eighteen (18) graduate hours
Two (2) years of experience directing bands at the college &/or
Experience in musical performance at the professional level.
Experience with scheduling, budgeting, student recruitment, and
administering an ensemble program.
Experience with technology-enhanced learning preferred.
Strong communication skills.
Note: Faculty are assigned to teach courses using various delivery
methods based on the teaching area and the needs of students and the College,
which may require a physical presence at the assigned on-site work location.
Salary Grade: MAST
Salary is based on the Board-approved salary schedule for the current fiscal
year. See Salary Schedule
Requisition Number: req2956
Posting Close Date: 6/25/2021
If you need assistance with the application process, please contact the
Cornerstone Support Team at 281-998-6387, option 3, or email
Note: Due to the number of applications we receive, we are unable to
follow-up with every applicant individually. If your qualifications meet the
requirements for the position, and you are selected for an interview, we will
contact you. You can review your application status by logging into the
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committed to equal opportunity for all students, employees, and applicants
without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, citizenship status,
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discrimination policies: Sandra Ramirez, VCHR Org/Talent Effectiveness, 4620
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