Music Instructor: Responsible for teaching choral and vocal music, applied lessons with an area of expertise and transfer music courses. Works cooperatively with other departments within the fine arts and responsible for serving as the Musical Director for the musical. NPCC is looking for someone to deliver engaging curriculum with high standards of excellence and someone that will be looking for innovative and creative ways to reach students and continue the growth of the music program.
Mid-Plains Community College, a legislatively designated 18-county district in West-Central Nebraska, is a comprehensive, open access, public, two-year community college system that offers associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates. MPCC consists of three main campuses, one located in McCook, Nebraska and two located in North Platte, Nebraska. Additionally, there are community campus sites in Broken Bow, Imperial, Ogallala and Valentine with satellite classrooms located throughout the Area. North Platte Community College is located in North Platte, Nebraska, a city of approximately 24,000 in rural southwestern Nebraska along the I-80 corridor.
Required: Master’s degree in Music or master’s degree with 18 graduate hours in music required, plus three years of teaching experience. Preferred: Community college teaching experience, knowledge and experience in the use of current educational technologies, especially in ITV and Online instruction, knowledge and practice learner-centered instruction, ability to be a team builder. Position begins August 17, 2020. Nebraska teaching certificate helpful.
Send a (1) letter of interest,(2)current resume, (3) unofficial transcripts, and (4) a completed MPCC application form (available at www.mpcc.edu) to MPCC Human Resources, 1101 Halligan Drive, North Platte, NE 69101. Fax: 308-534-5770 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Only complete application packets will be considered. Review of applications will begin February 7, 2020. Position will remain open until filled.
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