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College of Music
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Teach undergraduate and graduate flute students. Actively engage in recruiting and maintaining a successful studio. Serve on doctoral and master’s committees and participate in university and professional service appropriate to the rank. Maintain professional career as a performing artist. Additional responsibilities may include woodwind pedagogy, solo wind literature, piccolo, low flutes, Baroque flute, and flute ensembles. At FSU, two flute faculty members work closely together sharing teaching responsibilities in a highly collaborative studio environment.
Proven artistry as a performer with a strong commitment to the recruitment of outstanding students and a record of successful teaching. Demonstrated ability to maintain a high-quality studio and work effectively with diverse populations of students and faculty. Doctoral degree or equivalent performance/teaching experience.
The Florida State University College of Music, with 90 faculty, 40 support staff, and 1,150 students, offers a wide range of degrees in music, baccalaureate through the doctorate. See the College of Music web page at http://music.fsu.edu.
The Florida State University is a comprehensive research institution of 16 colleges and schools with 2,200 faculty serving a student body of 39,000. The University is situated in Tallahassee, Florida’s beautiful, wooded capital city, with an area population of over 240,000. Located in the “Big Bend” area of northern Florida, Tallahassee enjoys a mild change of season.
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This is a Faculty position.