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Faculty Positions in Music and Dance
The School of Music and Dance maintains more than forty tenure-stream faculty positions in a variety of academic areas.
Open Faculty Searches
- There are currently no open searches.
Music and Dance Part-Time Faculty Pool
The School of Music and Dance invites applications for temporary, part-time, limited-duration teaching positions in the music program, as well as for teachers for the Community Music Institute. Positions may be one-term (ten weeks) or multiple terms as needed, but with the possibility of renewal for up to a total of three years depending on need, funding, and performance.
Open Pool Searches
- Pro Tem Instructors - Music Performance
- Pro Tem Instructors - Academic Music Disciplines (History, Theory, Composition, Education)
- Pro Tem Instructors - Dance
- Student Services Director
The School of Music and Dance (SOMD) seeks a Student Services Director to provide leadership, vision, and support to all SOMD undergraduate students in the areas of student success, student life, career services, and assessment.
- Academic Advisor
The School of Music and Dance (SOMD) Undergraduate Academic Adviser will help students develop academic and career plans and goals, and leverage available resources to achieve academic and/or creative activity success.
- Executive Assistant to the SOMD Dean
The Executive Assistant to the Dean will provide executive support to the Dean of the School of Music and Dance (SOMD) and will serve on the Dean’s leadership team, among other tasks.
For information on GE (formerly called GTF) positions in music programs, contact the Music Graduate Office at at 541-346-5664 or by e-mail. For openings in the Department of Dance, contact the department at 541-346-3386 or by e-mail.
Student Hourly Positions
For more information on work-study and other part-time student hourly positions, visit the website of the UO Career Center.