Service

Examples of service may include, but are not limited to the following and are listed without hierarchy:

 

Sustained, effective and collegial service to the School as a whole as well as within the candidate’s area of expertise, both as requested by the Director and volunteered by the candidate, in auditions, student recruitment, and special occasions requiring music performances. Success in student recruitment may be an important consideration for candidates.

 

Sustained, effective and collegial service to the College of the Arts, and to the University in appointive, elective, or voluntary capacities.

 

Committees: outstanding work on School, College, or University committees or notable leadership roles in the University community.

 

Service: Membership on standing and ad hoc committees; coordination or special programs; participation in institutionally sponsored conferences, institutes, clinics and workshops; support and guidance of student groups and special assignments representing the institution.

 

Professional Service: A faculty member’s active support and direct involvement in the organization and activities of the profession constitutes professional service. Activity as an outside evaluator or adjudicator. Membership in professional organizations, on special committees, or on an editorial review board of a professional journal are examples of service to the profession.

 

Community Service: Community service is the service rendered by the faculty member as a representative of the School, College, or University to individuals and organizations in the local, regional, national and international communities.

 

Administration: Assuming roles of coordinator, supervisor, or manager in the School or College and performing the administrative duties associated with those titles.

 

Service to the public as experts in the candidate’s field through speaking and/or performance engagements or working with community groups as such activities are appropriate and reasonable.

Cooperation and positive interaction with School of Music personnel is expected.