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  • 23 June 2022 11:32 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Director of Music Ministry – Oak Bay United Church in Victoria, BC (part-time, 15 hours/week)

    OBUC is a historic, vibrant, and progressive congregation. Our online and in-person worship thrived during the pandemic due to the work of our previous music team. We are now in search of a part-time Director of Music Ministry to revitalize the choir and re-engage the congregation in music and singing with energy and passion.

    Under the supervision of the Lead Minister and working in collaboration with other church personnel, the Director of Music Ministry will provide vital leadership in Music Ministry that supports the life and mission of the Church.

    Qualifications and Skills

    • Diploma in music from a recognized organization (ARCT, LRCM, or equivalent)
    • Skilled pianist and vocalist (OBUC has a Heintzman piano)
    • Experienced and skilled with leading vocal choirs and soloists
    • Knowledgeable about modern music resources (including copyright laws)
    • Broad familiarity with the church music (in the western tradition)
    • Embraces diversity of music style
    • Dynamic, creative, organized, flexible, collaborative
    • Works well with children and adults
    • Facilitates the best in others
    • Ability to grow and deepen the leadership of others
    • Ability to use technology to support the choir (ie, recording harmony parts and sharing)
    • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
    • Able to effectively manage church resources
    • Familiarity with technical equipment (speakers, microphones, etc.) for live and online worship services and performances

    Ministry Responsibilities

    The Director of Music Ministry leads a thriving Music Ministry that supports and enhances the life, mission and vision of the Church. The position is responsible for planning, implementing, and coordinating a variety of music ministry programs and activities for all ages of people within the OBUC congregation and within the community.

    The Director of Music Ministry is responsible for sharing information with the Office Administrator regarding activities and other personnel to include appropriate notices in the bulletin, online calendar, website, and social media platforms.

    Responsibilities include (but may not be limited to) the following:

    • Plan and prepare appropriate music for worship services including hymns and new styles of music by collaborating with the Lead Minister.
    • Lead the congregation and worship choir in music and song during worship services.
    • Facilitate networks with the local music community.
    • Notify the Lead Minister of pastoral care needs within the choir.
    • Attend regular meetings for coordination of the above activities.
    • Work collaboratively with the Technical Director to ensure effective sound.
    • Effectively manage the music budget and other church resources as used/needed for the programs/activities, including the spaces in the buildings.
    • Effectively coordinate church volunteers.

    Salary in accordance with RCCO guidelines. To apply, please email camculham@gmail.com with your expression of interest and resumé, by July 21st. Thank you!

  • 16 June 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.

    Salary:
    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 June 17, 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.

    Experience:

    • 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. 

  • 10 June 2022 1:05 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    THORNHILL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - ORGANIST & CHOIR DIRECTOR

    Thornhill Presbyterian Church (TPC), in Thornhill, Ontario, is seeking a part-time (10 - 16 hours per week) Organist and Choir Director. The successful candidate will take leadership of the music ministry, playing a 33 stop, 2 manual Allen digital organ (installed in 2011) and a Yamaha upright piano. Due to the earlier hiatus in choral music as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Director will be expected to invest energy in rebuilding the choral program of the congregation, which hitherto has consisted of an adult mixed voice (occasionally SATB) choir and a separate one-voice junior youth choir. A passion for sacred music, solid leadership, excellent communication, and interpersonal skills are essential. The candidate will work collaboratively with the Minister and all other individuals and groups involved in worship, including a contemporary Praise Band led by volunteers from within the congregation. Stipend/salary shall be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Applications will be treated with confidentiality. Applications are to be submitted to, and further details are available from, the convener of the search committee, Garth Low, at garth.low@garthlow.com. Application deadline is July 31, 2022

  • 10 June 2022 10:25 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    ARE YOU OUR NEXT MUSIC DIRECTOR?

    East End United Regional Ministry in Toronto
    A Congregation of The United Church of Canada

    About the Role

    Do you believe that inspiring music is an integral part of worship? Are you enthusiastic about creating diverse musical offerings in Sunday worship and in the wider community? Does the opportunity to rebuild a vibrant music ministry post-pandemic inspire you? Then we may be a good match! East End United is looking for an experienced, highly skilled part-time music director with a commitment to community-building to lead us in exploring our progressive Christian values through music featuring a wide range of traditional, contemporary and world musical styles both in hymnody and other musical genres.

    About Us

    We at East End United Regional Ministry (EEURM) consider music a key aspect of spiritual experience for musicians and listeners alike and place a high value on congregational singing and choral excellence. Our 20+ voice choir is well-balanced and sings most Sundays as well as at community events. EEURM is a congregation of the United Church of Canada with two locations: Eastminster, on the Danforth (Chester Subway) features a large new chancel-stage and a 6’ Yamaha piano; Glen Rhodes, at Coxwell and Gerrard, boasts a two-manual Casavant organ and a 6’ Yamaha piano. Both sanctuaries are highly sought after for musical performances because of their lively acoustics.

    We are a social-justice focused and Affirming Congregation committed to radical hospitality. In addition to our worship services and faith-centred programming, EEURM serves the community through many programs and is co-founder of the Danforth Multi-faith Commons.

    Total Compensation Budget is $24,000/year.

    To Apply

    Please see the full job description on our website or contact Ministry & Personnel (Human Resources) with a cover letter and resume. We look forward to meeting you!

  • 10 June 2022 9:12 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Christ Church Scarborough Village Anglican Church, 155 Markham Road, is seeking a collaborative and technically competent Music Director for this permanent part-time position. He/she will lead an enthusiastic 10-12 voice senior choir (SATB) and will help lead the entire congregation in worship.

    The sanctuary is equipped with a 2-manual Allen ADC4300A digital organ, and a new baby grand piano. As well, there is a piano for practice in the lower hall. Working in consultation with the Pastor, the Music Director will: plan and help select music for the10 am Sunday worship services, for the main liturgical seasons, and for special services; train and direct the choir, conduct weekly choir rehearsals from September to June; play, as available, for funerals and weddings, on a fee-for-service basis.

    The appointee will be: familiar with traditional and contemporary Anglican liturgy and hymnody, with additional diverse musical experience valued; friendly and congenial, with proven ability to relate well to people of all ages in a positive, culturally diverse church family.

    The position requires approximately 10-12 hours per week. Salary is in accordance with RCCO scale and vacation is provided. There will normally be a weekly meeting with the Pastor, occasional meetings with the worship committee, and ongoing email communication with Pastor/Parish Administrator. An annual review will occur to evaluate the year and explore goals for the future.

    Applications (which will be treated in strictest confidence) will be received by July 1, 2022 or until the post is filled. Please direct inquiries or applications to: priest@christchurchscarborough.com.To learn about the congregation, please see www.christchurchscarborough.com.

  • 03 June 2022 9:10 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Advertisement for Music Director

    Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Parish (287 Plains Road East, Burlington, Ontario L7T-2C7) is looking to fill the position of Director of Music Ministry/Principal Organist with an average duty of 15 hours a week.

    This is a flourishing community with upwards of 750 households. Holy Rosary Catholic Elementary School is next door. There are three weekend Masses: Saturday 5 pm; Sunday 9 & 11 am.

    The church currently has a voluntary adult (unison to 3 parts) choir of about 15 members (including a few cantors). The members practice once a week and sing one Mass on Sunday from September to June. (More engagement is of course required during heavy liturgical seasons –Christmas, Holy Week, Easter) Music at the other Masses is led by cantor and organist.

    A junior choir has been recently revived. Currently it is the responsibility of the Associate Organist, with help from the Music Director as necessary.

    There is a rich collection of anthems (octavos) suitable for all liturgical seasons. The Music Director is expected to plan the selection of music, cantor and choir schedules. Hymn selection is governed by liturgical appropriateness, musicality and pastoral (congregation)factors.

    The Music Director generally covers organizing most music required for School Masses, First Communions, Confirmation, funeral and weddings. These responsibilities can also be shared with the Associate Organist and sometimes with other supply organists.

    Holy Rosary Church has a custom-built 2-manual, 12 stops, 15 ranks mechanical-action Casavant pipe organ installed in 2006. It is the regular instrument for liturgical services.

    Remuneration is based on Hamilton Diocesan scale which in turn reflects RCCO guidelines. Paid vacation is included and dates are negotiable.

    It is desired to fill this position by the end of August, 2022, if at all possible.

    Interested candidate are invited to go to https://hamiltondiocese.com, and click on “Job Opportunities”. Our parish website will give applicants a more fulsome profile of the parish, with more about the organ as well: http://holyrosaryburlington.com

    Applications will be held in confidence and can be directed to the Pastor,Monsignor Martin Vallely, at mvallely@hamiltondiocese.com

  • 25 May 2022 10:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    CHRIST CHURCH DEER PARK
    DIRECTOR OF MUSIC

    Christ Church Deer Park is looking for a new Director of Music.

    A more detailed description of this position can be found on the website of Christ Church Deer Park at https://christchurchdeerpark.org/job-openings/

    Overview of Position

    • Position:              Director of Music, Christ Church Deer Park
    • Hours:                  Part-time, approximately 20 hours per week
    • Compensation:  Based on RCCO Guidelines and as Negotiated
    • Reports to:          Incumbent and Churchwardens
    • Start Date:           Preferably no later than September 1, 2022

    Christ Church Deer Park

    Christ Church Deer Park, situated at 1570 Yonge Street in the Yonge & St. Clair area of Toronto, is a beautiful and historic Anglican church.  The Parish of Christ Church Deer Park is a diverse, warm, approachable and committed community with uplifting and inspiring liturgies, that create an atmosphere of peace and provide a genuine experience of worship and communion.  Christ Church Deer Park has three liturgies each Sunday morning; Jazz Vespers, a monthly service offered by professional jazz ensembles; and Church on Tap, a monthly contemporary and inclusive worship service. We also observe the rhythms of the Church’s calendar, with special attention given to Christmas and Easter.

    Music at Christ Church Deer Park

    Christ Church Deer Park has a long and respected tradition of exceptional music that is woven into the fabric of our liturgical life and very much serves and inspires the worship experience. Christ Church Deer Park is both a singing congregation and a congregation of discerning listeners. Over the past few years, we have tried to provide a clear distinction between the types of music available at each liturgy and look to the Director of Music to weave different genres of music into the life of the Church. The Choir of Christ Church Deer Park is accompanied either on our three-manual tracker organ (Karl Wilhelm, 1982) - one of only three trackers in Toronto - which is the visual centre of the chancel beyond the altar, or on a baby grand piano that sits in the middle of the chancel.

    The Position of Director of Music

    • The Director of Music is responsible for providing leadership for the music ministry at Christ Church Deer Park by enhancing the Church’s various liturgies through music; by leading the choir, paid leads and other musicians, as required; by encouraging congregational singing and musical participation; and offering solo pieces on the organ and the piano.
    • The Director of Music works in close consultation with the Incumbent, to execute and implement the musical elements of our Anglican worship and liturgy including providing music for Sunday services, major festivals within the Christian calendar, and other liturgical events from time to time that require music, including researching musical styles, both traditional and contemporary, and selecting appropriate anthems, hymns, and songs for choir and congregation.  
    • The Director of Music is responsible for the recruitment of new members to the choir, for mentoring the choir and exercising a comfort with teaching and training in an adult context. Directing and leading the choir includes weekly evening rehearsal, Sunday rehearsal and playing the service.
    • The Director of Music is expected to have familiarity with the Anglican liturgy, the Anglican tradition and its liturgical seasons as well as a flexibility with various other musical styles. Pastoral sensitivity to the diversity of the congregation is also important.
    • The Director of Music is expected to have excellent leadership, teaching, communication and collaboration skills and have a broad range of musical talent and knowledge.  Excellent interpersonal and team-building skills are required as well as a demonstrated ability to work in an open, honest, and appreciable manner in a church environment.
    • This is a part-time position, with an average of approximately 20 hours per week.  Christ Church Deer Park is open to the nature of the engagement, including one as an independent contractor.

    Specific Qualifications

    • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree of Music or Royal Canadian College of Organists (RCCO) diploma
    • Membership in the RCCO is preferred
    • Experience in directing choral music
    • Ability to proficiency in various styles of music on the organ and piano

    Other Terms and Details

    • Employment may commence at your earliest opportunity with a preference for not later than September 1, 2022
    • Compensation and terms to be determined based on academic credentials, years of experience and weekly time invested in the position in accordance with RCCO guidelines and as agreed between the successful applicant and Christ Church Deer Park
    • A live audition, which would include interacting with selected members of the Christ Church Deer Park choir, will be required for applicants moving forward in the process

    Submit your Application

    If this position is of interest to you, please submit your resume and cover letter to Amanda Jagt, the Director of Parish Operations at Christ Church Deer Park at ajagt@christchurchdeerpark.org by June 24, 2022.

    Inquiries about the position are also welcome.  Please call Amanda Jagt, the Director of Parish Operations at Christ Church Deer Park (416-920-5211 ext. 22) and she will put you in contact with the Chair of the Search Committee for a new Director of Music at Christ Church Deer Park.  All Applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.

  • 06 May 2022 10:05 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Church Musician
    (Organist/Choir Director)
    Knox United Church, Sutton
    Position Description
    April 2022

    Knox United Church Mission Statement
     

    We are called to be Christ’s witnesses by being a church that is welcoming, inclusive of everyone, and spiritually nurturing, reaching out in support and service to all people in our local and worldwide communities.

    ABOUT US
    Knox United Church is located in the Town of Georgina (Sutton) on the beautiful south shore of Lake Simcoe.
    Founded in 1863, and approaching our 160th anniversary, we are a mature and family-oriented faith community with a well-established tradition of music as an integral and valued part of our worship experience. Several accomplished musicians are members of the congregation and would lend enthusiastic support to new music leadership. We have a small, but dedicated volunteer adult choir which is eager to begin singing together again during in-person worship services. We are seeking to become an affirming church and are growing an online presence.

    GENERAL DESCRIPTION
    This contract position is for a combined organist/choir director. This person will play for Sunday worship services on the organ or piano according to what suits the music. The organist will also be available for special services through the church year. As choir director, this person will conduct and accompany the Senior Choir for weekly rehearsals and worship. The musician works as part of a staff team, coordinating with the minister and chairperson or designate from the Worship and Music Ministry. It is expected that these responsibilities will be fulfilled in a manner that embodies the mission of Knox United Church as stated above.

    LINES OF AUTHORITY
    The musician is accountable to the Worship and Music Ministry on a monthly basis, attending ministry meetings as an ex-officio member. The Ministry and Personnel Ministry will conduct an annual review as well as being available to assist in any personnel matters.

    WORKING HOURS
    The workweek of about 8 hours consists of rehearsal time once a week with the Senior Choir, Sunday morning worship, preparation time as needed for music selection and practice.  Occasionally there will be extra rehearsals for special services/concerts.  This is a 10-month contract position—July and August are excluded as well as the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day.

    JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Prepare and play music for Sunday worship services that correlates with liturgical themes and lectionary passages.
    • Select choir music with likewise correlation and with an openness to a variety of musical styles.  
    • Ensure copyright conditions for use of music are met.
    • Practice with the Senior Choir once a week and direct/accompany the choir for worship.
    • Liaise with the Minister and appropriate church ministries for worship planning and selecting music for various special services such as seasonal, baptisms, and communion.
    • Provide organ/piano music for weddings at the church (including rehearsals) when available.
    • Play the organ for funerals when available.

    QUALITIES AND SKILLS
    Passion for building up the music ministry of Knox United Church
    Competence on organ (Cambridge 730 Rodgers), piano (Yamaha), and in choral conducting
    Openness to a variety of worship and music styles
    Knowledge and understanding of United Church practices and repertoire a definite asset.
    Creativity
    Initiative
    Flexibility
    Enthusiasm
    Collegial working style
    Sense of humour
    Commitment to the mission and ministry of Knox United Church

    REMUNERATION: $900-$1200/month based on qualifications and experience.  Compensation may be provided for extra time required for special concerts and events.

    START DATE: September 2022

    Resumés may be sent:

    by mail-                                    
    Knox United Church                
    Box 989
    Sutton West, ON L0E 1R0
    Attn: Office Administrator

    by email-
    officeknoxsutton@gmail.com

    CLOSING DATE for applications – June 30, 2022

  • 05 May 2022 12:47 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Employment Opportunity:
    Director, Chapel Music


    The University of King’s College seeks to offer an education that is transformative. The transformative power of music is well known, and often discussed in the history of culture, philosophy, religion and art that are central to several of King's educational programs. The Director of Music therefore serves the whole University community by offering opportunities to sing, to listen, and to think about music. The Director offers to students the opportunity to sing in an auditioned choir in the Oxbridge tradition as choristers in the Chapel Choir, and to any member of the University the opportunity to sing challenging and beautiful music, regardless of previous experience or level of skill, as part of the King's Chorus. The Director supports music and musical education around the University in other ways, too, as opportunities are created or present themselves. This is a full-time, permanent position. 

    Specific Duties/Accountabilities:

    • Direct the Chapel Choir, providing choral music for Choral Evensong each Wednesday in term and Solemn eucharist each Thursday in term.
    • Recruit students for the Choir at the commencement of Fall semester.
    • Direct The King’s Chorus, a student-run choral society (and assist with budgeting, fundraising, concert logistics, singer recruitment, and all other aspects of administering a choral society).  
    • Conduct weekly rehearsals for both the Choir and the Chorus.
    • Develop programming, including during the summer months, geared toward Community Outreach and Collaboration with Halifax-area Choirs, other music initiatives (public concerts, for instance), and learning opportunities.
    • Provide music for the University Matriculation Service, the College Christmas Service of Lessons and Carols, Holy Week worship (including Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and the great vigil of Easter), and Encaenia.
    • Coordinate organ and choral music for Sunday mornings in term, and choral leadership of the weekday sung Compline service in term.
    • Oversee the regular maintenance of the organ and supervise the work of the Organ Scholar(s).
    • Acquire and catalogue sheet music.
    • Establish the music program budget, in consultation with the Chaplain.
    • Manage the music program budget, in consultation with the Chaplain.

    The above accountabilities are not intended to be an all-inclusive list of the duties and responsibilities of the position described. 

    Key Skills and Aptitudes:

    1. A strong sense of community spirit
    2. Excellent interpersonal skills (including patience, clarity of purpose, and effective communication)
    3. A commitment to the College’s equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility initiatives
    4. Ability to inspire and motivate young people (challenging and supportive)
    5. A commitment to outreach and collaboration

    Education, Experience and Key Attributes:
    The successful candidate will have:

    • Extensive experience as a Choir director (in an ecclesiastical and/or university setting)
    • Organ proficiency
    • Experience and deep appreciation of the choral tradition associated with Oxbridge college chapels
    • Performance credentials
    • A record of successful participation in the choral music scene in the city of residence
    • Demonstrated leadership skills working with young people
    • Experience managing program budgets (incl. financial statements, cheque requisitions, etc.)
    • Graduate study in music an asset
    Closing Date: May 30, 2022
    Anticipated Start Date: August 01, 2022

    Salary will be commensurate with level of education and experience. A comprehensive group benefits package is offered including membership in the Nova Scotia Public Service Superannuation Plan (PSSP). 

    To apply for this position, please forward a CV and covering letter in one PDF file:

    Dolly McIntyre
    Human Resources & Compensation Officer
    University of King’s College
    6350 Coburg Road
    Halifax, NS B3H 2A1
    dolly.mcintyre@ukings.ca

    We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

    The University of King’s College is committed to diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion. We encourage and welcome applications from Indigenous persons (especially Mi’kmaq), persons with a disability, racialized persons, including persons of Black/African descent (especially African Nova Scotians), women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversification of our community. 

  • 05 May 2022 9:11 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
    DIRECTOR OF MUSIC, KITCHENER, ONTARIO
    Website: www.stpeterskw.ca

    POSITION OVERVIEW

    The community of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Kitchener, ON seeks a Director of Music due to the upcoming retirement of our incumbent. The successful candidate will be competent to assume choral and keyboard music leadership with a pastoral focus, a willingness to embrace Community Music and actively contribute to our nationally broadcast bi-weekly television ministry/worship on the CTV network.

    The successful candidate will be a highly organized individual, expected to conduct weekly rehearsals with the choir (plus 5 paid choral scholars), coordinate with clergy, administration and the Worship and Arts committee as well as engage with the wider Kitchener-Waterloo community. The appointee will meet periodically with the Church Board of Directors to evaluate progress and assess future plans.

    RESOURCES

    • Include a well-maintained 3 manual Hallman organ with 48 ranks and a 3 rank Brunzema portative. Upgrades to Hallman are imminent as part of St. Peter's forthcoming renovations.
    • We have a 6'1" Kawai RX3 grand piano, a Yamaha Clavinova digital piano and a Yamaha upright which are all in good condition
    • 3 octaves of Schulmerich handbells.

    COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITIES

    • Thriving Arts Community - top 10 in Canada
    • Fully professional Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra
    • Numerous teaching opportunities
    • 2 Universities with Music programs
    • Centre in the Square an event location in the neighbourhood

    SALARY

    This is a Part-time, Independent Contractor position based on approximately 20 hours per week. Remuneration is commensurate with experience and qualifications as outlined by the RCCO Table of Recommended Salaries. Please direct Resume and salary expectations by May 31, 2022 to info@stpeterskw.ca. Our congregation’s profile can  be viewed at www.stpeterskw.ca

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