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Positions currently open for applications at Visible Music College (scroll down for details on how to apply):

 

Dallas Teaching Site Staff Positions

Academics  

Instructor of Core Curriculum

Instructor of Modern Music, Bass Guitar

Instructor of Modern Music, Guitar

Instructor of Modern Music, Drums

Instructor of Modern Music, Songwriting

Instructor of Modern Music, Voice

Instructor of Modern Music, Keyboard

Instructor of Modern Music, Worship Leadership

Instructor of Music Business

Business

Director of Business

Students

Director of Students

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Chicago Teaching Site Campus Staff Positions

(For more information please click the position title)

Academics  

Instructor of Modern Music, Bass Guitar

Instructor of Modern Music, Guitar

Instructor of Modern Music, Drums

Instructor of Modern Music, Songwriting

Instructor of Modern Music, Voice

Instructor of Modern Music, Keyboard

Instructor of Music Production

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Memphis Campus Staff Positions

(For more information please click the position title)

Business 

VP of Business

Academics

Librarian

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Not all positions may be filled and/or may be filled by same persons doing multiple roles depending on skill-set and experience 

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Visible Music College is a unique and challenging college environment where young, talented Christian artists, media production technicians, and music business students are trained in skill and character for service in the arts industries and in the church.  Students at Visible Music College study contemporary music, music production, and music business, and are mentored in a vibrant program that develops them vocationally, spiritually, and academically.  The faculty are experienced music professionals who are currently active in their fields of teaching, and are dedicated to the “real-world” application of the curriculum for the students.  Staff and faculty spend lots of one-on-one time with students, and because of the relational ministry focus of the college, mentoring friendships between staff and students are encouraged.

The positions, which officially begin Jan 1, 2016 or later, will remain open until filled; however, for best consideration, applications should be received by Dec 15, 2015.  

Salary and benefits (HSA, 401k) are commensurate with experience and budgeted needs at the teaching site.

Send resume and/or curriculum vitae, along with any cover letter, links, and references to Human Resources Manager Toni Melton at 200 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN 38103 or electronically to jobs@visible.edu or 901.381.3939.

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The successful candidate will meet these qualifications: a committed Christian faith and acceptance/adherence to the Visible Statement of Faith, an earned degree or equivalent qualification for each position, a minimum of successful experience as an administrator, significant experience, and administrative or teaching experience in higher education. 

Positions for the college typically require a masters degree or equivalent experience and a passion for modern music and Christian faith spiritual development.

Positions for our Visible Community Music School typically require a bachelor degree or equivalent experience and a passion for modern music, teaching, community, and Christian faith spiritual development.

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STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION

Visible Music College is an equal opportunity higher education institution open to any qualified individual and does not discriminate in its programs, procedures, or practices, on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, race, or veteran status. This non-discrimination policy includes admission policies, educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and all other institution administered programs. Visible Music College is an equal opportunity employer.

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Instructor of Core Curriculum – Dallas

Position Description: 

1.)  To teach instructional materials for one or more of the following courses: American History, College Algebra, English Composition 1 or 2, Psychology or other relevant courses as assigned by Director of Academics or Vice President of Academics.
2.)  To assist the Director of Academics with the spiritual growth (mentoring) of the college’s students.
3.)  To assist Director of Academics with planning for improvement and growth of the college’s general education programs.
4.)  To develop student growth through artistic, spiritual, and academic formation.
5.)  To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
6.)  To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 

7.) To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics. 

Accountability: The Instructor of Core Curriculum is accountable to the Director of Academics
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Instructor of Modern Music, Bass Guitar – Dallas

Position Description: 

1.)  To teach applied bass guitar lessons. 
2.)  To teach bass guitar Specialization. 
3.)  To assist the Director of Academics with the development and mentoring of Visible’s bass guitar students. 
4.)  To assist the Director of Academics with planning and growth of the college’s bass guitar program. 
5.)  To teach written and aural music theory. 
6.)  To serve as a Faculty advisor for one or more of the Applied Lab student bands. 
7.)  To develop student growth through artistic, spiritual, and academic formation. 
8.)  To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
9.)  To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
10.) To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics. 
Accountability: The Instructor of Modern Music, Bass Guitar is accountable to the Director of Academics.
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Instructor of Modern Music, Guitar – Dallas

Position Description: 

1.)  To teach applied guitar lessons. 
2.)  To assist the Director of Academics with the development and mentoring of  guitar students. 
3.)  To assist the Director of Academics with planning and growth of the college’s guitar program 
4.)  To teach written and aural music theory. 
5.)  To serve as a Faculty adviser for one or more of the Applied Lab student bands. 
6.)  To develop student growth through artistic, spiritual, and academic formation. 
7.)  To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
8.)  To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
9.)  To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics.
Accountability:  The Instructor of Modern Music, Guitar is accountable to the Director of Academics.
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Instructor of Modern Music, Drums – Dallas

Position Description: 

1.)  To teach individual applied drum lessons and group drum specialization courses focusing primarily on the drum set. 
2.)  To oversee the development and mentoring of the college drum students. 
3.)  To assist the Director of Academics with planning for improvement and growth of the college’s drums program. 
4.)  To teach a class (or classes) in the Modern Music Department, which may include any combination of the following: Music Theory, Aural Theory, Western Music History, History of Popular Music, and/or Electronic Music & Technology. 
5.)  To develop student growth through spiritual, professional, and academic formation. 
6.)  To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
7.)  To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
8.)  To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics.
Accountability:  The Instructor of Modern Music, Percussion, is accountable to the Director of Academics.
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Instructor of Modern Music, Songwriting – Dallas

Position Description: 

1.)  To teach Songwriting lessons. 
2.)  To teach music theory classes. 
3.)  To teach Songwriting Specialization and Artist Development courses. 
4.)  To facilitate spiritual growth through the discipleship and mentoring of songwriting students. 
5.)  To facilitate and oversee songwriter auditions. 
6.)  To strategically plan the curriculum and growth of the songwriting program. 
7.)  To advise and register student-songwriters. 
8.)  To oversee Songwriting Senior Concert Juries and assist in the adjudications of additional Modern Music student juries. 
9.)  To develop student growth through spiritual, professional, and academic formation. 
10.) To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co- curricular evaluation meetings. 
11.) To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
12.) To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics.
Accountability: The Instructor of Modern Music, Songwriting is accountable to the Director of Academics.
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Instructor of Modern Music, Voice – Dallas

Position Description:

1.)  To serve as the primary instructor/organizer for department-wide and inter-departmental courses, senior concerts, bands, and internships. 
2.)  To teach a class (or classes) in the Modern Music Department, which may include any combination of the following courses: private and group lessons, Music Theory, Aural Theory, Jazz Theory, Jazz Improvisation, Music Composition, Western Music History, and History of Popular Music. 
3.)  To evaluate and provide constructive feedback to Modern Music Faculty each semester. 
4.)  To organize and facilitate regular meeting of the Modern Music Faculty. 
5.)  To oversee student workers in the Modern Music department.
6.)  To promote student growth through spiritual, professional, and academic formation. 
7.)  To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
8.)  To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
9.)  To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics.
Accountability: The Instructor of Modern Music, Voice, is accountable to the Director of Academics
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Instructor of Modern Music, Keyboard – Dallas

Position Description: 

1.)  To serve as the primary instructor/organizer for department-wide and inter-departmental courses, senior concerts, bands, and internships. 
2.)  To teach a class (or classes) in the Modern Music Department, which may include any combination of the following courses: private and group lessons, Music Theory, Aural Theory, Jazz Theory, Jazz Improvisation, Music Composition, Western Music History, and History of Popular Music. 
3.)  To evaluate and provide constructive feedback to Modern Music Faculty each semester. 
4.)  To organize and facilitate regular meeting of the Modern Music Faculty. 
5.)  To oversee student workers in the Modern Music department. 
6.)  To promote student growth through spiritual, professional, and academic formation. 
7.)  To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
8.)  To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
9.)  To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics.
Accountability: The Instructor of Modern Music, Keyboards, is accountable to the Director of Academics or Vice-President of Academics.
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Instructor of Modern Music, Worship Leadership – Dallas

Position Description: 

1.)  To teach worship leadership lessons. 
2.)  To teach applied instrumental music lessons. 
3.)  To lead the discipleship and mentoring of worship leadership students. 
4.)  To facilitate the planning and growth of the college’s worship leadership program 
5.)  To lead and plan college worship throughout the academic year. 
6.)  To develop student growth through artistic, spiritual, and academic formation. 
7.)  To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
8.)  To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
9.)  To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics.
Accountability: The Instructor of Modern Music, Worship Leadership, is accountable to the Director of Academics.
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Instructor of Music Business – Dallas

Position Description: 

1.)  To teach program-appropriate classes in counsel with and assigned by the Director of Academics or Vice President of Academics. 
2.)  To design all departmental teaching curriculum, the major in Music Business and the Minor in Music Business in communication with the Academic Development Team and the Director of Academics or Vice President of Academics. 
3.)  To supervise all department Faculty members as well as adjunct Faculty. 
4.)  To supply appropriate and approved class syllabi or supervise the development of the same for each class within the department. 
5.)  To maintain a vibrant, friendly, and inviting learning and resource environment. 
6.)  To lead the assessment of the Music Business Department, planning, and student satisfaction. 
7.)  To promote student growth through spiritual, professional, and academic formation. 
8.)  To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
9.)  To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
10.)  To align with Madison Line Records as a professional development arm of the college, including promotion, cross-training, departmental support, and curricular and goal alignment. 
11.)  To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics or Vice President of Academics.
Accountability:  The Instructor of Music Business is accountable to the Director of Academics or Vice President of Academics.
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Director of Business – Dallas

Position:

The Director of Business position at Visible Music College’s Dallas teaching site in Dallas, Texas is a leadership role on campus, being responsible for the professional development of the students, business oversight for staff and students on site, and development of the campus success under the direction of the VP of Business in Memphis.

Expectation:

The goal of the Director of Business is to creatively manage the operational, professional, and financial activities for Visible Music College. The Director of Business establishes budgets with input of Director Team and accounts for the funds management of the college with integrity and according to the Strategic Plan.

Function:

Manage the Business Office, including short and long term action plans, goals and objectives, budgets and projects.

Prepare and oversee the annual budget. 

Prepare weekly, monthly and quarterly financial reports as directed by the VP of Business and coordinate budget, salaries, benefits, and hiring procedures with the Director Team, overseeing the Business Office Manager and the Human Resource functions of that role. 

Work with all departments to arrange purchase of all supplies and equipment for Visible Music College.

Insure communications and development of the Career Placement program.

Perform business administration for maintaining a safe, healthy, and clean physical plant.

Guide the development of Auxiliary enterprises to the benefit of the college, overseeing the Auxiliary budgets and guiding activities, preparing this function to be overseen by a future Directors of Auxiliary enterprises.

Oversee the Financial Aid Manager and the operation of the office of Financial Aid.

Oversee the marketing and public relations functions of the college, including any personnel or vendors.

Direct the Marketing Team.

Act in leadership for the teaching site in concert with the Director of Academics and Director of Students.

Other duties as assigned by the VP of Business.

Accountability:

The Director of Business is directly accountable to the VP of Business in Memphis and the Director Team in Dallas.

Director of Business Staff:

Staff positions commonly filled in the area of Business at Visible Music College. (Not all positions may be filled and/or may be filled by same persons)

–Operations Manager

–Business Office Manager

–Financial Aid Manager

–IT Support Worker

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Director of Students – Dallas

Position:

The Director of Students position at Visible Music College’s Dallas teaching site in Dallas, Texas is a leadership role on campus, being responsible for the spiritual life of the students, pastoral care for staff and students on site, housing oversight, and development of the “visible community” under the direction of the VP of Students in Memphis.

Expectation:

The Director of Students is responsible for the spiritual direction of the student body and supports the staff to accomplish this.  The Director of Students will also oversee all aspects of Student Government and general Student Services.  The Director of Students will support the necessary staff in these various areas as well as the budget as it relates to these areas.

Function:

The Director of Students coordinates the pastoral care of students, including their spiritual and emotional well-being.

The Director of Students facilitates community relationships, communication, and team-building exercises between the staff and student body.

The Director of Students supervises the Student Government Association.

The Director of Students oversees and lends direction to the Housing Coordinator.

The Director of Students oversees and lends support to the Pastoral Care Assistant.

The Director of Students oversees the Residence Life Team.

Acts in leadership for the teaching site in concert with the Director of Academics and Director of Business.

Other duties as assigned by the VP of Students.

Accountability:

The Director of Students is accountable to the VP of Students in Memphis and the Director Team in Dallas.

Director of Students Staff:

Staff positions commonly filled in the area of Students at Visible Music College. (Not all positions may be filled and/or may be filled by same persons).

–Housing Coordinator

–Pastoral Care Assistant

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Librarian – Memphis
Position Description:
1) To provide information literacy sessions for students.
2) To be responsible for collection development and cataloging.
3) To ensure access to circulating, non-circulating, and electronic library resources.
4) To provide reference services and basic research assistance for students with excellent customer service
5) To be responsible for budget-planning and assessment of the library
6) To oversee assigned library student workers
7) To create, evaluate, and/or revise published content about the library in various publications such as the Library Handbook, the college website, the Academic Catalog, etc
8) To chair the Library Committee
9) To coordinate with various individuals in providing library resources and services at all other Visible Music College teaching sites and campuses.

10) To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings

11) To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement
12) To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Vice President of Academics.

The successful candidate will meet these qualifications: a committed Christian faith and acceptance/adherence to the Visible Statement of Faith, an earned masters degree or equivalent qualification for the position, and administrative experience in higher education.

Accountability
The Librarian is accountable to the Vice President of Academics.

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VP of Business

Global Vice President of Business: Memphis, TN

Manage the unique administrative and business activities of Visible Music College within established policies and budget, managing the resources of the college with integrity and creativity; Design and implement Strategic Financial plan, including creating short and long term action plans, establishing goals and objectives, and managing budgets and projects; Coordinate budget creation process and alignment with the President, CPA, and the Board of Trustees; Communicate and support this budget to the Vice Presidents and staff at large; Advise the President and the Board of Trustees on the long term impact of fiscal decision-making; Provide support to Director of Financial Aid Manager, Human Resources Manager, Operations Manager, Business Office Manager and Marketing Manager; Like all senior staff of the school, must be willing to provide spiritual and faith-based guidance to the student body.

To apply, email resume to toni@visible.edu and specify the position for which you are applying.

Qualifications Required:  
1.)  Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. 
2.)  Committed Christian faith and acceptance/adherence to the Visible Statement of Faith
3.)  Four years of successful experience as an administrator with at least two years of experience as a senior financial officer
4.)  Four years of demonstrated youth/young adult pastoral ministry experience.
Accountability: The VP of Business is accountable to the President
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Instructor of Modern Music, Bass Guitar – Chicago

Position Description: 

1.)  To teach applied bass guitar lessons. 
2.)  To teach bass guitar Specialization. 
3.)  To assist the Director of Academics with the development and mentoring of Visible’s bass guitar students. 
4.)  To assist the Director of Academics with planning and growth of the college’s bass guitar program. 
5.)  To teach written and aural music theory. 
6.)  To serve as a Faculty advisor for one or more of the Applied Lab student bands. 
7.)  To develop student growth through artistic, spiritual, and academic formation. 
8.)  To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
9.)  To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
10.) To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics. 
Accountability: The Instructor of Modern Music, Bass Guitar is accountable to the Director of Academics.
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Instructor of Modern Music, Guitar – Chicago

Position Description: 

1.)  To teach applied guitar lessons. 
2.)  To assist the Director of Academics with the development and mentoring of Visible’s guitar students. 
3.)  To assist the Director of Academics with planning and growth of the college’s guitar program 
4.)  To teach written and aural music theory. 
5.)  To serve as a Faculty adviser for one or more of the Applied Lab student bands. 
6.)  To develop student growth through artistic, spiritual, and academic formation. 
7.)  To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
8.)  To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
9.)  To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics.
Accountability:  The Instructor of Modern Music, Guitar is accountable to the Director of Academics.
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Instructor of Modern Music, Drums – Chicago

Position Description: 

1.)  To teach individual applied drum lessons and group drum specialization courses focusing primarily on the drum set. 
2.)  To oversee the development and mentoring of the college drum students. 
3.)  To assist the Director of Academics with planning for improvement and growth of the college’s drums program. 
4.)  To teach a class (or classes) in the Modern Music Department, which may include any combination of the following: Music Theory, Aural Theory, Western Music History, History of Popular Music, and/or Electronic Music & Technology. 
5.)  To develop student growth through spiritual, professional, and academic formation. 
6.)  To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
7.)  To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
8.)  To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics.
Accountability:  The Instructor of Modern Music, Drums, is accountable to the Director of Academics.
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Instructor of Modern Music, Songwriting – Chicago

Position Description: 

1.)  To teach Songwriting lessons. 
2.)  To teach music theory classes. 
3.)  To teach Songwriting Specializations and Artist Development courses. 
4.)  To facilitate spiritual growth through the discipleship and mentoring of songwriting students. 
5.)  To facilitate and oversee songwriter auditions. 
6.)  To strategically plan the curriculum and growth of the songwriting program. 
7.)  To advise and register student-songwriters. 
8.)  To oversee Songwriting Senior Concert Juries and assist in the adjudications of additional Modern Music student juries. 
9.)  To develop student growth through spiritual, professional, and academic formation. 
10.) To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co- curricular evaluation meetings. 
11.) To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
12.) To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics.
Accountability:  The Instructor of Modern Music, Songwriting is accountable to the Director of Academics.
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Instructor of Modern Music, Voice – Chicago

Position Description:

1.)  To serve as the primary instructor/organizer for department-wide and inter-departmental courses, senior recitals, ensembles, and internships. 
2.)  To teach a class (or classes) in the Modern Music Department, which may include any combination of the following courses: private and group lessons, Music Theory, Aural Theory, Jazz Theory, Jazz Improvisation, Music Composition, Western Music History, and History of Popular Music. 
3.)  To evaluate and provide constructive feedback to Modern Music Faculty each semester. 
4.)  To organize and facilitate regular meeting of the Modern Music Faculty. 
5.)  To oversee student workers in the Modern Music department.
6.)  To promote student growth through spiritual, professional, and academic formation. 
7.)  To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
8.)  To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
9.)  To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics.
Accountability: The Instructor of Modern Music, Voice, is accountable to the Director of Academics or Vice-President of Academics.
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Instructor of Modern Music, Keyboard – Chicago

Position Description: 

1.)  To serve as the primary instructor/organizer for department-wide and inter-departmental courses, senior concerts, ensembles, and internships. 
2.)  To teach a class (or classes) in the Modern Music Department, which may include any combination of the following courses: private and group lessons, Music Theory, Aural Theory, Jazz Theory, Jazz Improvisation, Music Composition, Western Music History, and History of Popular Music. 
3.)  To evaluate and provide constructive feedback to Modern Music Faculty each semester. 
4.)  To organize and facilitate regular meeting of the Modern Music Faculty. 
5.)  To oversee student workers in the Modern Music department. 
6.)  To promote student growth through spiritual, professional, and academic formation. 
7.)  To attend and participate in staff and Faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
8.)  To attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, Faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement. 
9.)  To execute additional but related duties as directed by the Director of Academics and/or the Vice President of Academics.
Accountability: The Instructor of Modern Music, Keyboards, is accountable to the Director of Academics or Vice-President of Academics.
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Instructor of Music Production – Chicago

The Music Production Ministry department instructs students in recording studio and live sound production. The program melds the creative and technical aspects of music production. Students are exposed to different studio environments, from the home studio to the commercial studio facility. Students are also exposed to analog and digital production environments, both in the recording studio and in the live sound arena. Faculty members in the Music Production department are expected to be practicing professionals.

This is a full-time position under the supervision of the Music Production Department Chair. Compensation will be commensurate with qualifications, experience and the available course work.

Position Description: 

1.)  Teach the music production courses, including Recording Techniques, Music Production, Live Sound, Recording Consoles, Mixing Techniques, Audio for Multimedia, and Studio Administration. 
2.)  Supervise students working in the Visible Music College recording studios and partner studios. 
3.)  Supervise students working in the Visible Music College live sound environments. 
4.)  Be responsible for the institutional live sound needs of Visible Music College. 
5.)  Assist the Music Production Department Chair in course planning and development
All faculty and staff at Visible Music College will: 
1.)  Develop student growth through artistic, spiritual, and academic formation. 
2.)  Attend and participate in staff and faculty meetings, as well as any curricular or co-curricular evaluation meetings. 
3.)  Attend and participate in various events representing the school, including orientation week, retreats, faculty development programs, receptions, fundraisers, and commencement.
This position may include other duties incumbent upon the position as directed by the Music Production Department Chair, the Director of Academics at the Chicagoland teaching site, and the Vice President of Academics.
Qualifications Required:  
1.)  The applicant must evidence a relationship with Jesus Christ as personal savior and Lord. The applicant must agree with the institutional Statement of Faith. 
2.)  Master’s Degree in Music Production or related field. 
3.)  Two years of professional experience in audio recording, live sound production or related media field. 
4.)  Ability to teach courses in recording studio and live sound production. 
5.)  Familiarity with the Mac environment. 
6.)  Experience with Avid Pro Tools and Apple Logic Studio. 
7.)  Relaxed professional demeanor and self-motivated work ethic. 
8.)  Ability to be flexible, to multi-task, and to work in a team setting and community environment. 
9.)  Ability to relate to young musicians, technicians, and music business students, giving guidance and encouragement in the college setting
Preferred:  
10.)  Experience teaching music production at the collegiate level. 
11.)  At least five years of professional experience in live sound production
Accountability: The Instructor of Music Production is accountable to the Director of Academics or Vice-President of Academics.
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