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  • 21 September 2022 10:55 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Church of St. John the Evangelist (Anglican)
    23 Water Street North,
    Kitchener, ON N2H 5A4

    Director of Music Search
    Job Posting

    The Church of St. John the Evangelist (Anglican), Kitchener, Ontario, is seeking a Director of Music who will work creatively in developing and expanding the existing choir and parish music program in the Anglican musical tradition, recruit choristers, and understand the ministry of music as integral to the community’s spiritual formation and proclamation. The Director of Music’s musicianship and commitment to the mission of the Church will inspire participation of other musicians and instrumentalists in our common worship. The Director of Music will also encourage musical partnerships and collaborations with other musicians and groups beyond the parish as such opportunities arise. The successful candidate will communicate well and have good interpersonal skills.

    Qualifications and Duties
    We invite applicants whose qualifications and experience correspond to Levels 3-4 in the RCCO/CRCO Table of Recommended Salaries (2022). This is a 20 hours/week part-time employee position with a weekly choir rehearsal and one Sunday Eucharist, as well as Christmas and Holy Week liturgies and other occasional services, including weddings and funerals.

    The 15-voice parish choir (SATB) sings choral repertoire and leads congregational song and liturgy. A choral scholar program is being developed. Most choristers read well.

    The sanctuary organs are a 1977 Gabriel Kney (two manuals and pedal), and a 1947, 1962 Casavant Frères (two manuals and pedal with a third manual used as a coupling manual). The sanctuary piano is a Yamaha C3 Grand. St. John’s also has a three-octave set of Malmark handbells. The live sanctuary acoustics and central location of the church favour St. John’s as a concert venue in the Region of Waterloo.

    Responsibility and Accountability
    The Director of Music is responsible for all aspects of the musical life of the parish, works under the supervision of the Rector, and is responsible to the Wardens on matters of contract and employment.  The Director of Music is also expected to work co-operatively with other parish staff, lay leaders, and parishioners, and in all relationships be in compliance with the Safe Church policies of the Diocese of Huron. 

    Applicants must be Canadian citizens or have permission to work in Canada.

    Apply for this position by email, with a cover message and resumé sent to the Search Committee at applications@stjohn316.com The application deadline is November 1, 2022. Applications will be held in confidence by the Search Committee. A full position description is available on request from applications@stjohn316.com

    Short-listed candidates will be asked for references and invited to an interview and audition.

    The start-date of February 1, 2023 may be delayed to accommodate the successful candidate’s individual circumstances pertaining to current employment and/or moving from beyond the Region of Waterloo.

  • 21 September 2022 10:21 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Job title: Organist/Choir Director
    Reports to: The Incumbent (Parish Priest)

    Parish Profile:
    Trinity Anglican Church is a vibrant community of faith striving to help people grow in their relationship with God by connecting spiritual journeys... Trinity has historically had one of the finest church music programs in York Region. It currently includes a choir, an orchestral ensemble, and a handbell choir.

    Overview and Expectations:
    The Organist/Choir Director, under the direction of the incumbent, will work collaboratively with other musical leaders (the Orchestra Director, Handbell Choir Director) in the creation, implementation and smooth running of a robust music program at Trinity Church, Aurora (Trinity). This position requires a love of music and a love for people of all ages and life circumstances. The position is vital to the growth of Trinity. The successful candidate will also be expected to:

    • work within a liturgical team to provide leadership with other musical leaders to help members of the parish and the wider community deepen their faith through the integration of liturgy, music, education and teaching;
    • have a solid Anglican sacred music background, along with a wide range of contemporary musical styles and genres;
    • manage, lead and grow our choir;
    • be an exemplary organist, pianist, and experienced choir director with strong interpersonal skills.

    Musical & Professional Competencies

    • Exemplary ability to play the piano and organ – ability to play other instruments would be an asset;
    • Strong interpersonal skills;
    • Knowledge of and experience playing a wide range of styles including a classical and ecclesiastical repertoire and non-traditional music;
    • Ability to produce and direct special and musical programs;
    • An awareness and understanding of musical computer software;
    • Experience with, and an understanding of, the technical aspects of non-traditional services (e.g. sound equipment, theatre lights etc.) would be an asset;
    • A minimum of three years of choral, organ and music leadership experience in the Anglican Church of Canada or in an equivalent relevant setting.


    • Develop and execute a plan designed to grow choir membership. Plans should be concrete, and progress will be shared in a monthly meeting with the Incumbent.
    • Playing the organ and/or piano and conducting the choir for the main Sunday service, playing for the 2nd Sunday service, and availability for occasional Sunday evening services.
    • Providing musical leadership for special services (including but not limited to: Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Holy Days and Holy Week);
    • Playing and/or directing singers/musicians for weddings and funerals;
    • Scheduling and leading regular rehearsals of the choir
    • Liaise with and empower all current volunteers in the music program to develop their interests and key roles in a clearly planned structure for the coming year;
    • Work collaboratively with other musical and liturgical leaders through regular meetings.
    • Liaise with the audio-visual team to ensure recordings of pieces for the website, promotional pages and “on hold” phone system;
    • Develop and discuss a progressive budget for the wardens to consider, based on the proposed growth and development plan.
    • Sourcing new material and maintaining the music library.
    • Auditioning and managing contracts with musicians and instrument tuners;
    • Recruiting and auditioning guest musicians as required.

    Hours of work

    • The Organist/Choir Director position is a 20 hour per week position; with pension, as well as benefits subsidized on a sliding scale.
    • Hours may be flexible and will be determined in consultation with the Incumbent;
    • The Organist Choir/Director is expected to be at the church one day per week for consultation with the Incumbent, every Thursday evening for choir practice and every Sunday morning for choir rehearsal and worship.


    • Vacation time is provided in accordance with the Employment Standards Act and by agreement with the Incumbent;
    • The Organist/Choir Director is responsible for finding a replacement when absent;
    • Vacation time will not be granted for the following time periods:
    • The week before Easter (including Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday)
    • The week before Christmas (including Christmas Eve and Christmas Day)
    • Thanksgiving Weekend

    Payroll Status

    • The Organist/Choir Director is a salaried employee;
    • The position will be filled on the basis of a renewable contract which will include an initial probationary period of six months. At the end of the probationary period a review will be conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of the applicant and the position. At the end of the probationary period the employment agreement may either be extended or terminated without further obligation by Trinity or by the successful applicant;
    • Paid monthly, at month’s end, with necessary employee statutory deductions;
    • Salary commensurate with experience & RCCO scale

    Date Prepared: September 9, 2022

    A letter of introduction, resume and references accepted electronically to:

    Closing date: October 28th, 2022

  • 15 September 2022 11:36 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, Ottawa is seeking a part-time Director of Music (15 hours per week) to lead our parish in worship, song and celebration.

    We are a diverse, welcoming and inclusive Christian community, with a 12 voice SATB choir.

    The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate skills and abilities in the following areas:

    • Musical and technical ability in playing the piano and organ and directing amateur choirs.
    • A passion for leading and playing music to enhance worship, both traditional and innovative.
    • Working in a collaborative environment as a team member.
    • Knowledge, experience and comfort with traditional and contemporary styles of music for praise,
    • Highly organized, with strong leadership skills
    • Comfort with software and technology used in-person services as well as online broadcasting.

    The church has a Yamaha piano, a Kawai Concert Artist CA51 digital piano and an Allen digital computer organ with two manuals, 37 stops and 2 1/2 range of pedals.

    Remuneration will be based on experience, qualifications, and the RCCO Salary Scale (2022).

    A detailed job description will be provided on request. Send inquiries, cover letter and resumé to: office@StStephensOttawa.org

    Selected candidates will be invited to interview, audition and provide references on request.

    Competition closes Sept 30, 2022.


  • 14 September 2022 9:47 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Position of Director of Music at MacNeill Baptist Church, Hamilton.

    MacNeill Baptist Church seeks Director of Music. We are a welcoming and affirming faith community in the heart of Westdale, Hamilton, Ontario, where music is an integral and valued part of our weekly worship. Services are both in-person and live-streamed. Our primary instrument is a Yamaha C3 grand piano. The church does not have an organ. We have a balanced, skilled and loyal choir of 12-17 members who sing an introit and anthem each service, with a rehearsal on Thursday evenings [8.00pm – 9.30pm].Our choral library is quite extensive with traditional church anthems [e.g. Willan, Mendelssohn, Bach, Handel, Parry, Byrd], with recently composed anthems [e.g. Sirett], spirituals, Taizé, Iona. We possess a set of hand chimes [two-octave]. Our congregation uses the Presbyterian Book of Praise [1997], and our hymns are accompanied by piano and instrumentalists [e.g.: violin, clarinet, cello]. There is a considerable library of accompaniment for the hymns already on file. We are open to shaping the position around the passion and skills of the successful candidate.

    The ideal candidate will have the following responsibilities:

    1    Worship service preparation
    a.    Participation and coordination with worship planners
    b.    Collaboration on hymn selection
    c.    Introit/anthem selection and congregational responses
    d.    Choral rehearsal and rehearsal accompaniment
    e.    Instrumental ensemble parts [arrangements/photocopies]
    f.    Instrumental or vocal soloist rehearsal as necessary
    g.    When required, procuring extra instrumentalists and instruments
    2    In the service
    a.    Choral conducting [a cappella or from the piano]
    b.    Hymn accompaniment [piano and other instruments]
    c.    At the piano
    i.    Service music [prelude, offertory, postlude]
    ii.    Introit/anthem and congregational responses’ accompaniment
    iii.    Instrumental ensemble leading
    d.    Occasional introduction of new hymns, responses, etc. to the congregation
    3    Other:
    a.    Music for special services as needed
    i.    Weddings, funerals
    ii.    Church anniversaries, hymn-sings etc.
    b.    Scheduling for piano maintenance as required
    c.    Maintenance of the music library
    d.    Arranging of instrumental parts for the ensemble would be an asset.
    e.    Co-ordination with church personnel for sanctuary use by other groups [recitals etc.]

    Qualifications    A degree in music, or other appropriate credentials, piano proficiency, and experience in church music and choral conducting.

    Hours per week    10-12 hours per week on average, to include Thursday evening choir rehearsal and Sunday morning worship; September-June inclusive, plus 3 summer services.

    Expected start date    To be negotiated with successful candidate

    Remuneration    Remuneration commensurate with qualifications and experience according to the Royal Canadian College of Organist (RCCO) scale.

    Deadline    Friday end of Sept 30 2022

    Website address    www.macneillbaptist.ca

    Apply to:    Garth Greaves, Music Search Committee Chair
    MacNeill Baptist Church
    1145 King Street West, Hamilton, ON L8S 1L9
    Email: contact@macneillbaptist.ca
  • 08 September 2022 12:48 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    St John’s York Mills, Toronto, ON - Music Director

    Our historic parish is looking for a proficient organist and pianist with experience incorporating both contemporary and traditional music into our Anglican service. The successful applicant will be working with our Worship Music Leader, who sings, plays guitar and piano and can assist with the praise music band musicians. We also have a handbell/handchime program with its own director who collaborates with you for special services and two main concerts a year “Sing and Ring” in December and “Musicfest” in May. Our choir has been inactive during Covid. You will be the person who can attract and work well with people from the parish and paid leads to revitalize this ministry.

    The church has a magnificent Casavant-Walker digital-pipe organ with three manuals and two floating divisions. The instrument features a wide range of authentic pipe and digital stops, multiple memory levels and recording capabilities. We also have a Steinway grand piano.

    The position is 20 hours per week and remuneration will be commensurate with experience and qualifications as described in the RCCO salary guidelines. Benefits including vacation are provided.

    More information about the church can be found at www.sjym.ca. If you are interested in playing our excellent organ and wonderful piano, revitalizing our choir, working with our Worship Leader and Bell Director and exploring a range of musical styles we would like to hear from you. We are looking for someone who is flexible, collaborative, a good musician, teacher and leader.

    Applications can be addressed to welcome@sjym.ca and will be accepted until Nov 1, 2022 or until the post is filled.

  • 17 August 2022 10:07 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Job Posting
    Director of Music Ministries
    Christ’s Church Cathedral
    Hamilton, ON

    Christ’s Church Cathedral in Hamilton, Ontario, in the Anglican Diocese of Niagara, invites applications for the position of Director of Music Ministries at 20 hours/week. The Director of Music Ministries is a key member in the Cathedral’s ministry team, collaborating with the Dean, other clergy, and lay leaders to support the church’s work in the Diocese and in the City of Hamilton.

    The Director’s work is both artistic and relational, cultivating musical excellence and partnering to build trusting relationships. The work includes:

    • Providing high-quality musical support for worship, including playing our Casavant Frères organ (3 manuals, 64 ranks).
    • Supporting the congregation’s musical expression by leading and teaching sacred music from a variety of genres and liturgical traditions.
    • Conducting the choir and supporting their musical development. The adult SATB choir includes four paid section leads and 10-12 skilled volunteers.
    • Facilitating the choir’s role in the community of faith.
    • Creatively integrating music-making into the Cathedral’s various ministries, including the work of reconciliation with our Indigenous siblings.

    Please click here to view the full position description.

    The Cathedral is located in the heart of downtown Hamilton, steps from the GO Transit West Harbour station. The building’s doors are often open to the diverse Jamesville neighbourhood: some arrive at our doors from nearby shelters, while others drop in en route between the microbrewery and the street’s many art galleries.

    Interested applicants may view recordings of previous services at Christ’s Church Cathedral YouTube Channel and consult the Position Description which is available on Christ's Church Cathedral’s Website.

    Christ’s Church Cathedral follows the Royal Canadian College of Organist’s Scale plus benefits which is negotiated based on education and experience.

    Applications will be considered until the position is filled. For fullest consideration, please submit your application by September 16, 2022. Applications should include a CV and a cover letter describing how your interest, education and experience aligns with the position. We are willing to consider joint or team applications.

    Educational Requirements:

    • Bachelor's degree with ARCCO or FRCCO, or equivalent.
    • Training in choral conducting or voice teaching.


    • At least five years serving as a church organist.
    • At least five years conducting and managing a choir.
    • Experience working collaboratively in a team ministry.

    Applications should be submitted electronically to: cathedral@niagaraanglican.ca. Any questions about the posting may be submitted to the same e-mail address or by telephone to Dean Tim Dobbin at (905) 527-1316 x210. 

  • 04 August 2022 9:31 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Our enthusiastic community is waiting for you! Our Steinway extraordinaire is waiting for you! In the opinion of our Interim Music Director “a treasure, the finest piano in any church”, and we have the acoustics and the community is waiting to welcome you!

    Our loved and charming Anglican Parish, St. Francis-in-the-Wood, located on the seaside in the heart of beautiful West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, is seeking a new permanent Director of Music. We are looking for a creative, skilled pianist and choral leader with strong vocal ability, musical selection and arranging, and choral directing, to facilitate a broad range of choral music, who can nurture the musical talents at the parish, develop new musical initiatives, and who will be inspired and motivated to support our congregation with the same passion and joy music brings to our services and parishioners.

    The Music Director will provide leadership and commitment in the support of the music ministry, an important part of our worship, and work collegially with our priest, staff, and volunteer musicians and leaders.  Our current music program includes a 10am Sunday service with a mix of traditional hymns and contemporary selections, with piano accompaniment, and instrumental prelude and postlude music. Rehearsals with our adult choir take place each Thursday evening and on Sunday prior to the service. Other services and events are outlined in  the job description available on request.

    The Music Director, in consultation with the priest and various volunteer musicians/vocalists, oversees all musical aspects of worship for regular and special services. It is estimated that this part-time position will require a base of 15 hours a week with an estimated start date in September 2022.  Continuing education funds are available, vacation is provided, and a benefits package is optional.  Remuneration will be commensurate with experience and qualifications as outlined in the current RCCO Table of Recommended Salaries. Time and fees paid for weddings and funerals would be in addition to role as required. Please click here to view the full position description.

    Inspired by the Holy Spirit, the core areas of our parish that are influenced by music are: worship, parish life, communications, community outreach and parish development. Our Anglican Church community is committed to providing space where all can grow spiritually, in a safe and inclusive place. Check out our website to learn more about us: www.stfrancisinthewood.ca

    Applications will be treated in strictest confidence and will be received until August 15, 2022 or until the post is filled. Please direct inquiries or applications to the Parish Office at St. Francis-in- the-Wood Anglican Church to the Attention of the Music Director Search Committee

  • 04 August 2022 9:17 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    MUSIC DIRECTOR | Clarkson Road Presbyterian Church

    Music provides a meaningful way for people to connect with God and is an integral part of the worship experience at Clarkson Road Presbyterian Church, Mississauga, Ontario. CRPC’s worship style is blended with traditional and contemporary music being included in the services. Congregational singing is an important aspect of worship, and we value the inclusion of special music that is presented by the choir, band and others to help us reflect and praise God. Working with the Minister, the Music Director, will help to create worship services that illuminate God’s love that is made known in Jesus.


    1. Ability and experience proficiently playing various styles of music on piano, keyboard or organ.
    2. Ability and experience playing and singing selections that could be used for special music and/or postludes.
    3. Ability to develop, direct and motivate a volunteer church choir, and those who can provide solos, duets or ensembles as special music in worship, including visiting musicians.
    4. Ability and experience selecting both contemporary and traditional music for purchase and presentation, which is complementary to the style and theme of worship.
    5. Ability and experience using technology to record music for worship services.
    6. Ability to incorporate music from other genres (i.e., not necessarily sacred) to enhance worship.
    7. Ability to work as a team leader and team member.
    8. A degree or certificate in music from a recognized school or academy is preferred.
    9. Knowledge and experience with Presbyterian worship, especially as this is expressed through music would be a benefit.


    1. Provide piano, organ or keyboard musical accompaniment for weekly worship services and special worship services for Good Friday, Quiet Christmas, Easter Sunday, and others that arise. The worship service runs from the prelude through to the postlude.
    2. Ensure that each worship service contains special music which may come from the choir, Praise Band, other vocalists or instrumentalists or Music Director.
    3. Conduct choir rehearsals and prepare the choir for sharing at least one choral selection per month, and for special services. For special seasons like Advent, Christmas, Lent, and Easter more choral numbers will be required.
    4. Promote, encourage and support the use of a variety of instruments and music groups during services (e.g., vocal or instrumental soloists, ensembles, duets, trios, choirs) who may or may not be regular choir or congregation members.
    5. Support and/or participate with the Praise Band as they provide music for worship services.
    6. Meet regularly with the minister to co-ordinate and plan worship services. The Minister will select hymns and the Music Director will select anthems and other special music.
    7. Select and purchase choral, solo or small group music which is suited to the blended worship style of the congregation and the strengths of the choir and other singers.
    8. Prepare a music budget proposal annually and an annual report.
    9. Assist in reporting music usage to ensure compliance with copyright regulations.
    10. Have first right of refusal to play for weddings and funerals held at the church. The fees associated with this work will come from those involved rather than CRPC.
    11. Arrange for competent substitute music leaders for absences due to vacation, continuing education, leave of absence, illness.
    12. Inform Church Office Administrator when the piano(s) need to be tuned so arrangement can be made to have this work done.


    • Employment will run from early September to late June each year. The Music Director must be present for Advent, Christmas Eve, and Holy Week (Palm Sunday through to Easter)
    • Remuneration will be commensurate with a part-time position based on qualifications and experience.
    • Additional monies for each funeral and wedding service are to be paid by those requesting the service in accordance with a scale approved by Session. (Fee per funeral $175. Fees for wedding only $175 and wedding with rehearsal $225.)
    • Participate in an annual meeting to review the past year, and plan for the coming year. This will act as a performance review and a time to review the role.
    • Remuneration will be reviewed annually. Change to remuneration requires approval at the annual congregational meeting.
    • Ability to comply with the Presbyterian Church in Canada’s Leading with Care Policy by providing an up-to-date police check with vulnerable sector screening.
    • The Music Director reports to Session and is accountable on a day-to-day basis to the Minister.
    • Services (including music/performances) will be video recorded and live-streamed on platforms such as Facebook and YouTube to serve remote and home-bound members.

    Applications will be received until Thursday, September 8, 2022. Please submit a cover letter and CV to clarksonpresbyterianchurch@gmail.com or to Rev. Gale Macdonald, Clarkson Road Presbyterian Church, 1338 Clarkson Road North, Mississauga, Ontario L5J 2W5.

    If you have questions, please contact Rev. Gale Macdonald at 289-218-6632 or at the above email address. 

  • 22 July 2022 1:06 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Job Posting
    Director of Music Ministries
    Central Presbyterian Church
    Hamilton, ON

    Central is an historic, multi-generational community in central Hamilton, committed to Reformed theology and tradition of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. The vision of the church is to worship God, grow as disciples of Jesus, care for one another and take God’s love to the world. The music ministry at Central has a tradition of high-quality music and musicianship that supports and enhances congregational worship, and reaches out to the surrounding community through special musical events. The Director of Music Ministries [DMM] will ensure that music remains a vital part of our Christian ministry.

    The Director of Music Ministries position requires an individual with: formal musical education (e.g at least a Bachelor of Music from a recognized university), possessing excellent keyboard skills for both organ and piano; and at least 5 years experience directing church choirs and leading congregational singing. The position requires strong organizational, administrative, collaborative and leadership skills. This position is 20 hours/week, paid at RCCO scale including benefits and will begin January 1, 2023.

    Resources include: a Casavant 52 ranks, 5 divisions, 4 manuals, 45 stops organ with a modernized console (2008); a concert grand piano; and funding for 4 paid soloists.

    The responsibilities of the Director of Music Ministries include selecting and preparing music for all services in collaboration with the minister and building and nurturing a ministry of music to support congregational singing. The director will also train and develop the choir by conducting regular rehearsals, and recruiting new choristers as needed. The choir has typically offered two major annual events: a Christmas candlelight Service and a Good Friday concert.

    Interested applicants may view recordings of previous services on Central Presbyterian Church Hamilton website and consult the Position Description https://www.cpchamilton.ca/employment-opportunities/. Applications should be submitted electronically to info@cpchamilton.ca. Closing date for applications is August 13, 2022. Central’s website will indicate when this position is filled.

  • 22 July 2022 12:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organist/Pianist Position

    Willowdale Emmanuel United Church is looking for an Organist/Pianist who will work closely with our music director. Duties include music for Sunday services, choir rehearsals and special events. With over 200 years of history in North York, Willowdale Emmanuel UC continues to serve a changing multicultural community near Yonge and Finch/Sheppard area.

    If you are a pianist who is interested in learning to play organ within a short time period, you could be considered. The church has a beautiful 3 manual Casavant pipe organ and a 9ft Steinway concert grand. This is a part-time position (5-7 hours per week). Pay commensurate with RCCO salary table.

    Please send resume by August 5, 2022 to: Search Committee, Willowdale Emmanuel United Church, 349 Kenneth Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M2N 4V9
    or email to: weunitedchurch@hotmail.com

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