Start: As soon as possible
The position is responsible for providing dynamic organ and piano music for the Traditional/1st service and accompanying the Chancel Choir and small ensembles at weekly rehearsals and worship services at The Well. This part-time position (five+ hours/week) reports to the lead pastor and the choir director.
A United Methodist background is not required, but the successful candidate must be in agreement with the standards, theology and policies of The Well.
- Selects and provides appropriate organ/piano music for the traditional Sunday morning service.
- Accompanies the choir and small ensembles during weekly rehearsals and special services.
- Notifies the church staff of the music titles and details for the service.
- Arranges for substitute organists and pianists to cover for illness and vacation time.
- Maintains personal library of appropriate music for church services.
- Reports to the Choir Director and the Church Staff concerning the condition and needs for the organist and piano maintenance as needed.
- Other duties as assigned
- Minimum of a high school diploma and additional education is preferred.
- Previous experience as a church organist, pianist and choir accompanist is desired
- Strong interpersonal communication skills and strong leadership skills
- A heart of service
- Willingness to grow and try new things
- Maintains a relationship with Jesus Christ, engaging spiritual disciplines (both personal and corporate)
- Lives in a manner that exemplifies Christ and seeks purpose and meaning in all aspects of life
- Models the standards and expectations of Christian leadership, including positivity, professionalism, and confidentiality
- Commitment to personal spiritual growth and healthy lifestyle
- Is in full alignment with and supports the mission of The Well
- Models standards and expectations of leadership, including positivity, professionalism and confidentiality
- United Methodist background is not required
- Supports and attends The Well as home church is preferred
- Ability to work in a team-based, strength-aligned environment
- Attention to detail, self-starter, commitment to excellence
- Works as an agent of change, not a guardian of the status quo
- Organizing. Can gather and organize resources (people, materials, funding, support) to get things done; uses resources effectively and efficiently.
- Planning. Accurately assess the length and difficulty of a project; sets objectives and goals; breaks down work into process steps; develops schedules and task/ people assignments; anticipates and adjusts for problems and roadblocks; measures performance against goals; evaluates results.
- Managing vision. Articulates and supports the vision and mission of The Well; talks beyond the here and now to a larger sense of purpose; communicates a compelling and inspired vision for ministry; creates a compelling sense of possibility, hope, and optimism; helps others own the vision.
- Managing conflict. Deals with problems quickly and directly; steps up to conflict, seeing them as opportunities; reads situations quickly; focuses when listening; settles disputes collaboratively and equitably; finds common ground and gets cooperation.
- Interpersonal relationships. Relates well to and able to work with all kinds of people, inside and outside of the congregation; builds appropriate rapport; builds effective and constructive relationships; uses diplomacy and tact; is regarded as a team player.
- Trust and integrity. Is widely trusted; seen as direct and truthful; keeps confidences; admits mistakes; adheres to appropriate and effective set of core values during good and bad times; acts in line with those values; practices what he or she preaches.
Commensurate with qualifications and level of experience
Send letter of interest and resume to: The Well, a UMC
Attn: Human Resources
P.O. Box 22
14770 Canada Ave. West
Rosemount, MN 55068
Email letter of interest and resume to: email@example.com
May 1, 2022
Contact: Kelly Westphal, SPRC
14770 Canada Ave. West Rosemount MN 55068
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