Apply for the Vacancy for Assistant Professor at Buena Vista University. The category of the position is Fine and Applied Arts – Music.
A well-prepared candidate must be able to teach courses specific to Music Production such as: Mixing and Mastering in AVID Pro Tools, Introduction to Live Sound, Introduction to AVID Sibelius, and Introduction to Film Scoring; as well as Music Theory and Music Appreciation. The candidate will be expected to run and maintain a college lab recording studio. The candidate’s load would include 24-credit hours of undergraduate teaching in addition to academic advising and service on university committees.
A well-qualified candidate must have graduate degrees in Music and Music Production; or a graduate degree in Music and professional experience in the commercial industry as a producer/recording engineer/live sound engineer. The candidate must have advanced knowledge of AVID Pro Tools and AVID Sibelius, Logic Pro X, Cubase, and Steinberg Wavelab (or other mastering software.)
Additionally, the position requires strong teaching skills, engaged advising and mentoring of undergraduate students, and service to the institution. Likewise, the ideal candidate will be an active musician in the commercial industry.
Furthermore, BVU prepares students for lifelong success through transformational academic, professional and co-curricular programs. In addition, Buena Vista University offers an exceptional faculty development program and opportunities for international experiences. Review of applications will begin October 19 and will continue until the position is filled.
Buena Vista University is a private university in Storm Lake, Iowa. Founded in 1891 as Buena Vista College, it is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. The university’s 60-acre campus is situated on the shores of Storm Lake, a 3,200-acre natural lake. At its inception, the college was housed in the Storm Lake Opera House, where it remained for only a year. Old Main, the college’s first building, opened in 1892, and was occupied by faculty and students until it burned down in 1956.
|Type of Opportunity||Academic Job|
|Company Name||Buena Vista University|