Full-Time Vocal & Instrumental Music Instructor
• Teach Introduction to Music and other classes. Course schedule will vary from semester to semester .Assignments may include evening courses and teaching via alternative delivery systems, such as online.
• Serve as vocal music director responsible for choir and show choir recruitment, practice and performance.
• Serve as instrumental music director responsible for recruitment, practice and performance of pep band and other instrumental groups.
• Work cooperatively with the drama director for theatre performances.
• Play an active role in the Performing Arts Department activities, including but not limited to travel, fundraising, and events.
• Must be available to assist with show choir with a variety of community performances.
• Meet annual recruitment goals.
• May advise current and prospective students in appropriate curricula.
• Assist in selecting textbooks, developing curricula, completing reports, tracking and entering assessment data.
• Plan and implement appropriate activities to supplement instruction.
• Plan, revise, and update curricula.
• Maintain skills in teaching methods and course development as recommended by Pratt Community College.
• Participate, as possible, in faculty development activities at the college and within state and regional organizations.
• Serve actively on institutional committees.
• Maintain records and files as requested by the department and/or Vice President of Instruction.
• Arrive on time for work, attend work regularly, and successfully complete the responsibilities of the position.
• Comply with Pratt Community College policies, procedures, and practices.
• Perform other responsibilities as assigned by the Department Chairperson or the Vice President of Instruction.
• Master of Music or Master’s degree with 18 graduate hours in the discipline
• Ability and interest in teaching and directing vocal/instrumental music
• Three years teaching experience; college teaching experience desired
• Ability to work cooperatively with college and high school instructors
• Ability and willingness to teach via alternative delivery systems including online and/or other distance education modes.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective professional relationships with staff, students, faculty and other Pratt Community College stakeholders.
• Ability to plan, revise, and update curricula.
• Ability to communicate effectively with individuals from diverse ethnic, racial, socioeconomic, gender and disabilities populations.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality in a student-centered environment.
• Physical requirements include excellent written, verbal and listening communication skills. The ability to understand words and respond effectively and appropriately. Visual acuity to view a computer terminal; Light/Indoor work environment
• The ability to learn and comprehend basic instructions about the position and its’ responsibilities is essential.
o The qualifications listed are guidelines for selection purposes; alternative qualifications may be substituted if sufficient to perform the duties.
SALARY and STATUS:
The salary is commensurate with qualifications as determined by the 2019-2020 Master Agreement Salary Schedule. This full-time faculty position is 9-months annual, due process rights eligible, benefit eligible and exempt.
Start date: 2019 Fall semester
How to ApplySend completed employment application, resume and transcripts to Personnel Director, Pratt Community College, 348 NE S.R. 61, Pratt, KS 67124. 620-450-2139. Visit our web site www.prattcc.edu to apply online or download application. AA/EOE Transcripts – The hired candidate will be required to submit official, non-issued to student, transcripts.
405 total views, 1 today