Assistant Professor – Saxophone

Oklahoma State University


Position:                                  Assistant Professor of Saxophone

Greenwood School of Music, Oklahoma State University

                                                      Stillwater, Oklahoma

Responsibilities: The Greenwood School of Music seeks a qualified saxophonist to build and sustain a successful saxophone studio and play an active role in the recruitment and retention of undergraduate and graduate saxophone majors, as well as collaborate with colleagues in the advancement of the woodwind area. The candidate will be expected to teach applied lessons in saxophone including a weekly studio class, as well as coach chamber groups (e.g., saxophone quartets, saxophone choir). The teaching assignment will also include the saxophone portion of the single reed techniques course. The successful candidate will rehearse weekly and perform as saxophonist with Bluestem Blaze, a flexible ensemble that includes participation in the faculty woodwind quintet (horn part). Additionally, the candidate is expected to engage in service to the unit and their profession, to be productive as an artist/scholar, and to promote an inclusive workplace and learning environment.

Qualifications:   Master’s degree and applied teaching experience at the university level required. Doctorate or equivalent professional experience preferred. Experience in woodwind chamber music performance desired.

Rank and Salary:   Tenure-Track Assistant Professor.  Salary with benefits commensurate with qualifications.

Beginning date:  August 2024

Oklahoma State University:    The University (25,000 students at its main campus in Stillwater) is located approximately 65 miles from Tulsa and Oklahoma City. The Greenwood School of Music has thirty-six full-time and thirteen part-time faculty members and is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music. The School offers the degrees of Master of Music (with options in applied music or conducting); Bachelor of Music (with options in music education, performance, and jazz performance); Bachelor of Arts (including a composition option); and Bachelor of Science in Music Industry. The Greenwood School of Music is committed to fostering an equitable workplace environment inclusive across all races, genders, ages, and identities.

Application:   To receive full consideration, please submit online via Interfolio a letter of application, curriculum vitae, recent video recordings, and reference list with a minimum of three references. Additional materials may be requested at a later date.

Application Deadline:   For full consideration, materials are due by November 1, 2023, but screening will continue until position is filled.

Address and Inquiries:          Saxophone Search Committee

                                                Attn: Prof. Babette Belter


                                                102 Greenwood School of Music

                                                Oklahoma State University

                                                Stillwater, OK  74078

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