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Chancel Choir Position

Northeast United Methodist Church
4000 Hard Scrabble Road
Columbia, South Carolina 29223

Position Announcement and Description

Choir Director

Northeast United Methodist Church (NEUMC), Columbia, South Carolina is a well-known, established church seeking to fill the position of Choir Director. Candidates for this position must be devoted followers of Jesus Christ and must be persons of high moral character and integrity. Our desire is to select a person who considers this opportunity as a calling from God. The overarching goal of this position is to grow the kingdom of God through the music ministry of NEUMC.

Church Denomination – United Methodist

Worship Style – This position is for the traditional service (NEUMC has a traditional and contemporary service).

Church Size – Average attendance 206 (2 services)

Job status – Part-time

Supervisor – The Choir Director reports to the Church Pastor.

General Qualifications –
- Be a professed Christian exhibiting a spiritual commitment to Jesus Christ
- Strong organizational skills
- Strong interpersonal / communications skills
- Leadership experience
- Basic computer skills
- A great team player
- Ability to work with the church leadership team and also lead volunteers

Music Qualifications –
- A sensitivity and respect for the diversity of music between Traditional and Contemporary worship
- At least 5 years of experience in music ministry
- Experience as a church musician, including work with a variety of choirs
- Demonstrated ability to conduct a choir, lead rehearsals, and develop a choir program

Duties –
- Develop, grow and lead the music worship program
- Communicate the purpose of worship and the role of music in that worship.
- Recruit, rehearse and provide oversight for the Chancel Choir, direct the choir as necessary
- Organize and direct, or provide oversight for, a Children’s Choir and Handbell Choir
- Collaborate with the technical support team when necessary.
- Integrate music offering with the Pastor's message
- Make budget recommendations to the Pastor and Chair of the Finance Committee and work within budget
- Discern and encourage others in the use of their gifts in music
- Encourage the many elements of well-rounded worship, using a variety of art forms to praise God in worship

Normal Working Hours –
- Weekly Choir practice (currently, Wednesday evening)
- Sunday morning worship (one traditional at 8:30 AM)
- Required research and preparation time (as needed)

Compensation –
- Salary will be established based on the experience and skill set of the selected candidate.
- The position does not include health benefits.

Application Information –
- Interested individuals should submit a resume to the NEUMC Office.
- Video submissions demonstrating the candidate's music skills are welcome and should be no longer than 10 minutes
- Two letters of reference and contact information on five additional references should be included with the resume

ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE ADDRESS BELOW BY JUNE 30, 2017.

Northeast United Methodist Church
C/O SPRC
4000 Hard Scrabble Road
Columbia, South Carolina 29223

Mac Kinnett
4000 Hard Scrabble Road
Columbia, SC  29223
northeast@neumc.com
803-736-6386

  5/17/2017  If you submitted this job, click here to update it's information

Director of Children's Ministries and Director of Evangelism and Communication

Position Summary:

Director of Children’s Ministry: Design, develop and execute all aspects of Children’s ministry from birth to 5th grade (Faith Quest) within Clarkesville First United Methodist Church. Director will be responsible for the managing and scheduling of all paid and volunteer nursery staff ensuring complete excellence in the love, care and spiritual growth of the children.

Director of Evangelism and Communication: Design, develop and execute three main areas: Evangelism and reaching new members; Member assimilation and spiritual gift development and Communication and publicity.

General Duties:

Director of Children’s Ministry
• Strong Commitment to excellence and sold out to the mission, purpose and vision of Clarkesville First United Methodist Church and the UMC Discipline
• Develop and Manage all paid and volunteer weekend nursery staff
• Provide guidance and direction in all aspects of Children’s ministry (Faith Quest).
• Ensure appropriate child to staff/leader ratio is within acceptable limits at all times
• Provide appropriate and up-to-date security and safety measures for all components of weekend nursery and Children’s ministry (Faith Quest).
• Provide a loving and Christian educational environment that leads the children to discovering and developing a real relationship with Jesus
• Assist in identifying, recruiting, training and retaining volunteers within the children’s ministry (Faith Quest).
• Educate and promote to the church community the opportunities, purpose, and importance of Children’s ministry
• To maintain a yearly Children’s Events Calendar to be updated quarterly and promote these events through various church communications
• Attend weekly staff meetings as needed
• Offer complete support and trust to entire church staff promoting an environment of “oneness” all working together towards the same ultimate goal of life transformation through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ
• Develop an annual budget and management to ensure spending stays within the parameters of financial planning including the management of accounts receivable and accounts payable within your ministry area
• Direct all Family Ministry Events: Wednesday Nights, Children’s Church on Sunday mornings, Easter Egg Hunt, VBS, Fall Festival, Christmas Activities and Summer Programs.
• Ensure church’s Safe Sanctuaries policies are adhered to at all times to protect safety of the children



Director of Evangelism and Communications
• Evangelism and reaching new members
 Develops plan to publicize and promote the church
 Develops a method of discovering new prospects/new residents
 Organizes classes/seminars on what membership means
 Manages the system of follow up to guests
 Develops and manages witnessing program to the lost

• Member assimilation and spiritual gift development
 Develops and manages a new member orientation program
 Helps make sure there is a follow-up once people have joined
 Connects new and existing members to the various groups and ministries
 Helps both new and existing members discover their spiritual gifts
 Plans seminars and training events for volunteers

• Communications and publicity
 Oversees the entire process of communicating all activities and events
 Enhances and expands our existing systems of communication
 Develops multiple forms of social media for communication
 Develops and manages publicity and news releases
 Develops and manages both ongoing and special advertising campaigns
 This person should know that he/she is expected to become involved with the Clarkesville Downtown Development Authority and the Habersham Chamber of Commerce
 Coordinate regular communication through radio programming and written pieces for the local newspaper and on-line publications, such as Now Habersham
 Has an outgoing personality which allows him/her to meet the public easily

Required Skills and Abilities:
• High School Graduate
• Attended at least 2 years of College
• Genuine and contagious heart for God
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Excellent public relations demeanor
• Positive can-do attitude
• Detail oriented
• Ability to be strategic and prioritize personal duties along with the duties of the volunteer staff with confidence with very limited guidance
• Ability to work under tight timeframes in stressful situations
• Strong love and understanding of all children
• Satisfy requirements of Safe Sanctuary Certification
• Experience with children ministry
• Knowledge of Web design, Excel, Word and internet explorer applications
• Experience using multiple components of Social Media (ie Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, etc.) in a work environment

Please email all resumes to Pastor Keith Cox at keith.cox@ngumc.net.

Pastor Keith Cox
PO Box 365
Clarkesville, GA  30523
keith.cox@ngumc.net
706-754-2677

  5/11/2017  If you submitted this job, click here to update it's information

Director of Youth Ministry and Director of Contemporary Worship

Positions Summary:

Director of Youth Ministry: Design, develop and execute all aspects of youth ministry from 6th grade through 12th grade within Clarkesville First United Methodist Church. Manage all paid and volunteer staff ensuring complete excellence in the love, care and spiritual growth of youth.

Director of Contemporary Worship: Oversee the design, development, and implementation of the entire worship experience within the church for the weekend contemporary worship service.


General Duties:

Director of Youth Ministry

• Strong Commitment to excellence and sold out to the mission, purpose and vision of Clarkesville First United Methodist Church and the UMC Discipline
• Ongoing assessment and development and execution of all Youth ministry areas with primary focus on activities that support the family unit within our community
• Work very closely with Children and Adult ministry staff and volunteer leaders ensuring a cohesive and consistent approach to family ministry
• Provide a loving, caring and accountable environment that leads students to discovering and developing a real relationship with Jesus
• Offer age-appropriate activities and study for a separate Senior Youth group (grades 9-12) and Junior Youth (grades 6-8) program
 Sunday evening’s activities
 Wednesdays 6:30 pm bible studies
 Outside time for special activities, preparation and planning
• Develop age appropriate camps, events, retreats and mission opportunities
• Assists the Senior Pastor in Confirmation Classes
• Identify, recruit, train and encourage volunteers ensuring for all areas of youth ministry for all events/programs
• Ensure church’s Safe Sanctuaries policies are adhered to at all times to protect safety of the youth
• Develop and support youth and adult leadership teams that take responsibility for aspects of the youth ministry
• Participate in community life of youth (i.e. FCA, football games, concerts, etc)
• Educate and promote to the church community the opportunities, purpose, and importance of Youth ministry
• To maintain a yearly Youth Events Calendar to be updated quarterly and promote these events through various church communications
• Be an outreach for youth and their families when needs are apparent
• Attend weekly staff meetings
• Offer complete support and trust to entire church staff promoting an environment of ‘oneness’ all working together toward the same ultimate goal of life transformation through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ
• Responsible for development of annual budget and management to ensure spending stays within the parameters of financial planning including the management of accounts receivable and accounts payable within the youth ministry area
• Other duties as assigned


Director of Contemporary Worship

• Sets the playlist each week under the supervision of and in collaboration with the Senior Pastor
• Schedule and lead band practice every week
• Lead worship on Sunday mornings
• Provide opportunities for others to Lead and Co-Lead worship on Sunday mornings
• Outline, as best as possible, each set list of a series going into the first week of the series
• Participate in Creative Arts meetings on a weekly basis to contribute and lend insights concerning music, graphics, videos, and sermons
• Create Tech Guide for each Sunday Morning Experience
• Maintain, upkeep, and upgrade all sound equipment in collaboration with the Sound Tech.
• Identify, recruit, train and retain volunteers for worship team ensuring adequate depth and training in all key areas
• Recruit, train, and oversee volunteers to capably run the tech booth each week
• Create video and visual content at request of and in collaboration with the Creative Arts Team for the Sunday morning worship experience
• Maintain, upkeep, and upgrade video screens and projectors for the Sunday Morning worship experience in collaboration with the Sound and Video Tech
• Schedule and lead band practice for the Youth band every week.
• Identify, recruit, train and retain volunteers for the youth worship team ensuring adequate depth and training in all key areas
• Work with Senior Pastor to develop a budget for the contemporary service. Ensure spending within your area stays within the parameters of financial planning including the management of accounts receivable and accounts payable
• Other duties as assigned
• Attend weekly staff meetings
• Offer complete support and trust to entire church staff promoting an environment of ‘oneness’ all working together towards the same ultimate goal of life transformation through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ

Required Skills and Abilities:
• High School Graduate
• Attended at least 2 Years of College
• Demonstrates good communication and organizational skills, leadership skills, initiative and interpersonal skills in relating to youth and adults.
• Possess general knowledge of teenage behavior along with a large dose of patience. Must demonstrate a professional and Christian character in a manner that reflects credibility in the ministry and inspires a faith-based lifestyle.
• Satisfy requirements of Safe Sanctuary Certification
• Experience with youth ministry
• Experience with leading a contemporary service


Please email resumes to Pastor Keith Cox at keith.cox@ngumc.net.

Pastor Keith Cox
PO Box 365
Clarkesville, GA  30523
keith.cox@ngumc.net
7067542677

  5/11/2017  If you submitted this job, click here to update it's information

Executive Director of Serve Ministry

TITLE: Executive Director of Serve Ministry
CLASSIFICATION: Exempt
REPORTS TO: Senior Pastor

RELATES CLOSELY WITH: Mission [Global Outreach (GO)] Team, and Volunteers


OBJECTIVE: Reporting to the Senior Pastor and overseeing the service opportunities of the church, the Director of Serve works with the GO-Team to ensure that members have opportunities to work with our local, regional, and international service partners.

The Director of Serve will operate in 2 key areas:

1. Service and Outreach [50%]
▪ Coordinate schedule and attend local, regional, and international mission trips.
▪ Create monthly family-friendly service opportunities in Coweta and Fayette Counties.
▪ Serve as communication liaison between ministry partners to keep church and community aware of mission opportunities and engagements.
▪ Visit local and regional partners 2 days out of the week for updates.
▪ Attend to administrative tasks in the office 2 days out of the week.

2. Volunteer Management (GO Team & Global Impact Celebration) [50%]
▪ Oversight of GO-Team and its activities.
▪ In consultation with GO-Team, Envision, Plan and Execute Global Impact Celebrations.
▪ Recruit, engage and develop/train mission-focused church leaders and volunteers to serve as ushers, greeters, welcome center, GO Team, the GIC, and short -term mission teams.
▪ Create an onboarding training process for mission trips including training participants and schedules for trips.
▪ Invite members to discover the difference that God is calling them to make through volunteering and service.
▪ Other administrative duties as assigned by the Senior Pastor.

Mission: Reaching out to our neighbors, connecting them with Jesus

Vision: To be the church that empowers people to live generously

Quincy Brown
225 Robinson Road
Peachtree City, Georgia (GA)  30269
quincy.brown@ptcumc.org

  5/10/2017  If you submitted this job, click here to update it's information

Director of Youth Ministries - Mountain Chapel UMC (Birmingham, AL)

The Director of Youth Ministries is responsible for leading and bringing the Church’s ministry and values to youth (grades 7-12) and families, providing leadership and implementing a safe, nurturing intergenerational program for youth by:

• Building personal relationships with the youth of Mountain Chapel United Methodist Church.

• Encouraging youth to live out their faith within their family, all facets of congregational life and community.

• Modeling faith-filled and a faithful life in response to God’s grace.

• Supporting the goals of the United Methodist Church through Biblical Christian education.

For the full description and for more details, visit: http://bit.ly/2prmcVt

Lisa Jesse
2541 Rocky Ridge Road
Birmingham, AL  35243
jobs@mcumcal.org

  5/9/2017  If you submitted this job, click here to update it's information

Associate Pastor for Modern Worship

Franklin First United Methodist Church
Franklin, TN

Job Description - Associate Pastor for Modern Worship

We are a vibrant Christ-centered community:
• Boldly embracing the power of the Holy Spirit
• Growing through the divinely inspired Word of God
• Faithfully serving others
• Inviting all to experience the transforming love of Jesus Christ

“The mission of the Church is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. Local churches and extension ministries of the Church provide the most significant arenas through which disciple-making occurs.” (The Book of Discipline of The United Methodist Church, 2016, ¶120.

Position
Franklin First United Methodist Church (FFUMC) is seeking an Associate Pastor for Modern Worship. The primary responsibility of this position will be to lead FFUMC in ministry to those seeking a modern and creative worship experience, sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ with those of all ages, but especially adults under 40.

Description
The Modern Worship Associate Pastor should be a highly qualified, experienced next-generation worship pastor who will be able to lead a ministry focused on a modern-based service style that reaches people of all ages, with an emphasis on reaching persons under 40. The Modern Worship Associate Pastor will be responsible for delivering sermons, reviewing and choosing music, facilitating rehearsals and leading a worship team to plan modern worship experiences. This pastor will be responsible for identifying and equipping persons on the worship team to lead music, creative arts, technology and hospitality.

This person will develop an ecosystem for serving the modern worship community at FFUMC and take full responsibility for creating a positive team and support system. This person will work with other staff to organize small groups (education), recreation and mission activities, and other experiences that connect people to Christ and the church community. This pastor will lead a ministry focused on all who enjoy a vibrant, modern worship experience with particular emphasis on growing committed disciples of those under 40 years of age within the life of FFUMC.

While this pastor will have primary responsibility for creating the modern worship experience he/she should take into consideration ideas from the current staff such as:

1. Creating a modern worship experience on Sunday morning at 11:15/11:30 on our main campus and on one or more evenings in our historic sanctuary
2. Considering series-based sermons that speak to people where they are
3. Serving Communion every Sunday
4. Branding these services separately, such as the Servant Church at Franklin First UMC

Modern Worship Associate Pastor will be expected to connect de-churched and un-churched individuals and families from the community to Christ and with FFUMC, with an emphasis on the Millennial and X generations. He/she will also help organize activities and ministries that speak to guests and new members of the modern and traditional worship experiences alike. The pastor will coordinate with the FFUMC family and staff in ministering and leading these persons to become mature Christ-followers. FFUMC members, attendees and staff will be encouraged to actively assist and support the Modern Worship Associate Pastor. Examples of support include inviting people to church and into relationship with Christ.

The Modern Worship Pastor will report to the Senior Pastor.

Responsibilities
• Organize and lead a ministry to reach and teach those who would be drawn to a modern, authentic worship environment
• Develop and lead modern worship experiences at 11:15/11:30 Sunday mornings on FFUMC’s main campus and at least one evening during the week at the historic sanctuary
• Develop an outreach program to Millennials and Generation Xers
• Develop and organize an entire ecosystem around modern worship experiences including music, creative arts, technology, branding, small groups, missions, recreational activities, etc.
• Develop an effective social media ministry in coordination with the communications team
• Consult and coordinate with other FFUMC staff and contribute to FFUMC’s music ministry and other church activities

The pastor will be
• Adept in common courtesy and general social skills
• Energized by being with people
• Extroverted, friendly, engaging and willing/able to initiate conversation
• Focused on outreach while ministering with those being connected to Christ and the church
• Gracious while still holding biblical standards
• Generally knowledgeable about the people and culture of this area
• Honest and sincere yet seasoned with grace
• Prompt to follow up with things and people when necessary

Qualifications
Education and Experience
• BA degree or higher required
• Theological viewpoint compatible with Wesleyan and United Methodist traditions and adherence to the United Methodist Book of Discipline required
• Ordained pastor preferred
• Experience for 3+ years in leading and growing modern worship experiences preferred
• Experience preaching at and/or serving a large-membership church preferred
• Experience in the successful use of social media preferred

Skills and Abilities
• Demonstrated ability to understand and relate to Millennials and Generation X attendees
• Able to recruit, motivate and equip volunteer leaders
• Communication skills: written, verbal and interpersonal
• Fluent in current technology and social media
• Organizational skills
• Problem solver and willingness to resolve conflict
• Operate in a team environment

Pay commensurate with experience.

Interested individuals may apply by sending their resumes, references and other supporting information they would like for the Staff Parish Committee to review to sprc@franklinfumc.org.

Application Deadline: May 31, 2017

Angela Overstreet
120 Aldersgate Way
Franklin, Tennessee (TN)  37069
sprc@franklinfumc.org

  5/9/2017  If you submitted this job, click here to update it's information

Minister of Christian Programs & Activities

Minister of Christian Programs & Activities
Monroe First United Methodist Church
400 South Broad Street, Monroe, Georgia

Monroe First is a dynamic and thriving church of over 800, with an average Sunday attendance of 350, with a current children’s ministry population of 80 – and growing.

Principal Purpose

The Minister of Christian Programs & Activities at Monroe First UMC is to serve the church by providing overarching guidance and involvement in Christian education, church-wide and small group activities, and all aspects of church life encompassing all age groups. This position will be in direct teamwork and enabling supervision of the Children’s Ministry area Director of Children’s Ministries. The Minister of Christian Programs & Activities must have and exhibit a personally experienced passion for Jesus Christ, having and exhibiting a true calling to lead individuals of all ages and stages and families towards a full, life-enabling relationship with God in Jesus Christ.

Vision and Responsibility Overview

· Develop and maintain a growing Christian Education ministry for all ages
· Develop, oversee and implement a variety of engaging programs/activities
· Collaborate with various committees and other volunteers to plan, coordinate and grow existing and new programs
· Implement programs that include community
· Maintain open communication of the program's plans and needs with various committee chairs, Church and Ministry staff & Pastor
· Establish and utilize feedback systems for regularly assessing the effectiveness of programs and for addressing emerging opportunities and/or needs
· Manage and coordinate creative volunteer teams
· Participate in staff meetings, designated committee meetings and quarterly Administrative Council meetings
· Manage and maintain the necessary levels of resources, materials and supplies for programs
· Recruit and train adult leaders to help in all areas of ministry
· Work closely with staff to further the mission of the church
· Foster networking and collaboration among local churches
· Provide specific, intentional support for ongoing Young Adult Ministries
· Initiate programs which involve as many persons as possible of all ages and interests
· Investigate the viability of a Mother’s Day Out program

Develop programs in which members experience:

· the transforming power of God
· fellowship occasions, both regular meetings and special events which are fun and provide opportunity to know and be known by others
· participation in a small group which promotes sharing and accountability
· exposure to and participation in mission and ministry beyond the local church

Qualification Requirements

The Minister of Christian Programs & Activities will be required to have at least a Bachelor’s degree, with a seminary Master’s degree preferable. She/he must also be able to present and qualify more-than-sufficient prior experience, knowledge, expertise in ministry ability as either an Ordained Minister or as a Lay Minister/Director, to adequately to perform as MFUMC Minister of Christian Programs & Activities.

Work Schedule

This is a full-time position, requiring a normal minimum 40 hours per week throughout the church year. The normal work days or hours for this position will be Monday through Friday, subject to an agreed-to off day with Senior Pastor, as well as Sunday’s and occasional Saturday events per church ministry needs.

Benefits

1) Salary will be recommended by, in conjunction with and under advisement of the MFUMC Finance Committee, SPR and Senior Pastor (If Ordained, under the guidelines of the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church).
2) Two weeks of vacation will be provided, unless the individual is an Ordained Minister, under which circumstances the vacation schedule will be per Conference rules and policy. All vacation is to be scheduled in cooperation with the Senior Pastor and other staff members as may be feasible in regards to church events throughout the church year.
3) Sick days will be allowed on a reasonable basis.

Contact
Rev. Dr. Dane G. Wagner, Senior Pastor
770-267-6525 / dane.wagner@fumcmonroe.org

Rev. Dr. Dane Wagner
400 South Broad Street
Monroe, Georgia  30655
dane.wagner@fumcmonroe.org
770-267-6525

  5/9/2017  If you submitted this job, click here to update it's information

Minister of Discipleship

Position was currently held by a Deacon but we are open to other options.

Areas of Focus

Discipleship
• Coordination of adult discipleship classes such as small groups, Sunday School, Bible studies,
• Oversight of children and youth ministries
• Supervision of children and youth staff positions

Pastoral oversight of Celebrate Recovery ministry, working with CR team for this growing ministry

Pastoral care as needed – hospital and nursing facility visitation, weddings, funerals.

Preaching occasionally (every 5 or 6 weeks is current practice)

Rev. Dr. Tim Reaves
3788 Shipyard Blvd.
Wilmington, NC  28403
tim@pvumc.net
9107910353

  5/3/2017  If you submitted this job, click here to update it's information

Director of Youth Ministries

Carrollton First United Methodist Church is seeking a full-time Director of Youth Ministries (DYM) with a vibrant and authentic Christian faith and a call for making disciples of Jesus Christ among young people.

Every week over 100 unique youth members (6th-12th grade) participate in Sunday School, Sunday evening worship, Bible studies, discipleship groups and fellowship activities. Overall, attendance at all weekly activities averages about 170 students. More than 60 adult volunteers and a Parent Council provide leadership in a state of the art youth center that was completely renovated in 2014.

Youth grow in faith and discipleship through a developmental mission strategy that includes local and regional mission activities and trips, culminating in the junior year spring break international mission trip.
Carrollton First UMC is a leader in a vibrant downtown faith community. With four Sunday morning worship services, including a Spanish-language service, our youth are part of a congregation that engages them in a vital personal faith that is lived out in community and ministry with our neighbors.

Carrollton is home to The University of West Georgia, one of the fastest growing units of The University System of Georgia. With excellent city and county school systems, Tanner Health Systems, Southwire and other leading industries, Carrollton and Carroll County provide small-town and rural life within an hour’s drive of Atlanta.

The ideal candidate possesses a bachelor’s degree, at least three year’s ministry experience, a collaborative work style, knowledge of and commitment to United Methodist theology and practice, great organizational and relational skills, and the ability to craft a vision and strategy (with the help of pastoral staff and church leaders) to grow this ministry.

In addition, the Director of Youth Ministries is responsible for recruiting, training, and supervising volunteers and working with other staff as part of the overall ministry and mission of the church. Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.

Please send a cover letter and resume with three references to Mr. Brett Carter at bcarterx5@gmail.com.

Brett Carter
206 Newnan Street
Carrollton, GA  30117
bcarterx5@gmail.com

  5/2/2017  If you submitted this job, click here to update it's information

Director of Children's Music/Music Associate

Mt. Bethel UMC, a 9,000 member suburban church in Marietta, GA, seeks a highly motivated and creative music associate with a passion for children’s music and worship.
The ideal candidate for this position has a heart for teaching children the importance of worship. The candidate would be highly organized, versatile, and a team-oriented individual who excels in a collaborative environment. The candidate has good relational and communication skills to attract others to the worship ministry. The ability to teach and engage young people in music and worship arts is essential, as is a passion for the church.

Base Qualifications:

• Formal musical Training (Ideally a degree in Music Education, Performance or Church Music)
• Experience in leading a children’s choir as well as children’s dramatic presentations and musicals
• Ability to develop and organize volunteers
• Good people and communication skills

Additional skills sought by department: (including, but not limited to)

• Ability to lead hymn singing in chapel services
• Ability to assist vocalists or choral ensembles in preparation of music
• Various office, administrative, organizational capabilities
• Skills in musical arranging/charting, experience with music technology (Finale, Sibelius, etc.) and accompanying skills on piano or organ would also weigh in a candidates favor, but are not essential to this job.

Compensation will be based on experience and potential of applicant; will be competitive with similar positions.
Interested persons may submit resumes to Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church at suzanne.tucker@mtbethel.org .
Preferred start date: June 2017. Position will remain open until filled.

Suzanne Tucker
4385 Lower Roswell Rd.
Marietta, GA  30068
suzanne.tucker@mtbethel.org
678-560-7243

  4/25/2017  If you submitted this job, click here to update it's information