Assoc. Professor - Music jobs in Peabody, MA

Assoc. Professor - Music teaches courses in the discipline area of music. Develops and designs curriculum plans to foster student learning, stimulate class discussions, and ensures student engagement. Being an Assoc. Professor - Music provides tutoring and academic counseling to students, maintains classes related records, and assesses student coursework. Collaborates and supports colleagues regarding research interests and co-curricular activities. Additionally, Assoc. Professor - Music typically reports to a department head. Requires a PhD or terminal degree appropriate to the field. Has considerable experience and is qualified to teach at undergraduate and graduate levels and conducts research and case studies in field of interest and may publish findings in trade journals or textbooks. (Copyright 2020 Salary.com)

4 Assoc. Professor - Music jobs found in Peabody, MA area

Peabody is located at 42°32′3″N 70°57′41″W / 42.53417°N 70.96139°W / 42.53417; -70.96139 (42.534045, -70.961465). According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 16.8 square miles (43.5 km2), of which 16.2 square miles (42.0 km2) is land and 0.58 square miles (1.5 km2) or 3.46%, is water. The northwestern border of Peabody lies along the Ipswich River, with brooks feeding it, and the Waters River, a tributary of the Danvers River, drains the northeast part of town. Several other ponds and a portion of Suntaug Lake lie within town. The largest protected portion of...
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Income Estimation for Assoc. Professor - Music jobs
$65,553 to $114,891
Peabody, Massachusetts area prices
were up 2.5% from a year ago

Assoc. Professor - Music in Coral Gables, FL
Helps to position library metadata for future linked open data projects.
September 03, 2019
Collaborates and consults with various stakeholders to promote the discoverability of library resources.
September 06, 2019
Serves as an Alma certified administrator focused on cataloging, acquisitions, and resources management-related issues.
September 11, 2019