The EAS announces an open call, among its members, for the positions of the National Coordinator, for the year 2022, for the following countries (applications by 1st of May 2022): Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Spain.
EAS National Coordinator: Role Description and responsibilities
The ‘National Coordinators’ (NCs) represent the EAS at national level. They support music education activities and initiatives in their countries, and they communicate these activities at European level. They may cooperate in this with other representatives of the EAS, primarily with the EAS board members and with the NCs of the other countries.
The NCs should in principle be able to:
- join the annual conferences
- attend the annual NC-meetings prior to the conferences and report on national developments
- present in the NC-Symposia during conferences
- contribute to the website and sometimes to international projects
- endeavor to build close cooperation with national and regional music education and music teachers’ associations in their countries
- distribute information regarding nominations for the annual Student Fora (Student Forum and Doctoral Student Forum) and nominate activate participants from her/his country involving a broad range of colleagues and institutions.
Applications till 1st of May 2022
Please send your CV and a (short) “Letter of Motivation” for the position of the NC to firstname.lastname@example.org (Rūta Girdzijauskienė) by 1st of May 2022. The selection will be made by the EAS board. All applicants will be informed as soon as possible!
Upon appointment an agreement is signed for the period of two years (2022-2024) by the NC, the EAS and the respective institution or association (i.e. university, school, association).
Criteria for selection:
- Contribution to EAS: The NCs would preferably be colleagues, who know about the EAS and are EAS individual members who have attended recent conferences and contributed to the EAS’s international work.
- Professional Field and Country Network: The NCs’ professional field should be strongly related to music education in schools (e.g. specialized/certified music teachers, music teacher trainers, university music teachers) and should be well-known by music education networks, and recognized as good practitioners or well-known scientists in their countries.
- Motivation: The NCs must be interested and engaged in developing our common European network for music education and help to motivate people and institutions within their country to participate in EAS conferences and become individual / institutional members.
English language: The NCs should, in principle, be able to communicate well in the medium of English.