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Staten Island, NY Lutheran congregation seeks a church musician to play organ and piano for two worship services weekly, plus occasional weddings, funerals, and other services including mid-week Lenten services, direct a small choir and occasional children's choir; coordinate with pastor and music committee. Experience with church music desired. Apply by e-mail only with cover letter and resume: pastor@zion505.org Due to Covid; job won't begin until Spring in April.


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The Walpole School of Music, Walpole, MA's newest music school, is looking for music teachers who can work with children and adults (ages 4+). The mission of the Walpole School of Music is to positively shape and influence our common culture and be a positive and inspiring role model for children. Lessons take place at the Union Congregational Church on 55 Rhoades Avenue and/or online. Note that those who teach online must be able to commute to our Walpole location.


Candidates must possess the following qualifications: 1. Undergraduate degree in performance or education with specific concentration in their respective instrument 2. Excellent rapport with children and their parents, which includes good communication skills and pleasant demeanor 3. Ability to communicate on a regular basis with employer in a timely fashion 4. Work authorization to be employed in the USA 4. Ability to arrive at the United Methodist Church or a student's home by car in a timely manner. 5. If you are on an F-1 Visa, you MUST make sure that your documents are unexpired and up-to-date. 6. Preference will be given to candidates who plan to be in Boston for at least 2 years.


Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter, and 3 references by replying directly to this post. We will give preference to instructors whose referees can directly attest to their teaching personas and abilities. We will contact you within 14 days if there is an interest in your application. No drop-ins or phone calls please.


Compensation based on experience.


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The mission of the Academy is to positively shape and influence our common culture and be a positive and inspiring role model for children.


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The successful candidate for this position will be a 1099 contractor with Music Ministry International and be responsible for the following:


1. Contract Position and Title. Protestant Traditional Service Musician


2. Scope of Responsibilities. The Musician shall provide lead instrumental (piano, organ, and/or keyboard) accompaniment for the Protestant Traditional Worship Service.


3. Education and Experience Requirement. The musician must:


3.1. Be at least 18 years of age and hold a high school diploma.


3.2. Be an accomplished musician with solo and accompaniment experience in a broad range of music styles and traditions that include classical, contemporary, gospel, and traditional music. Experience in church music, education, and background in vocal and instrumental music instruction, hymnology, traditional religious music, and contemporary religious music is desirable.


3.3. Have at least 2 years of experience in church music.


3.4. Furnish resume including academic and work related references (i.e. military chapels, churches).


3.5. Complete Installation Records Check.


4. General Responsibilities. The musician shall:


4.1. The musician will provide piano, organ and/or keyboard accompaniment for the Protestant Traditional worship service, lead the congregation singing, and provide special music through performance or coordinating guest performers.


4.2. Be able to work cooperatively in an interfaith setting with chaplains, staff and parishioners of varied and diverse religious backgrounds.


4.3. Coordinate each week with the service Chaplain for the selection of proper music for the week's services to ensure that musical selections are appropriate to the theme, season of the church year, and/or purpose of each service.


5. Specific Responsibilities. The musician shall:


5.1. Conduct rehearsals and performances in an F. E. Warren Chapel facility except when authorized by the service Chaplain or the Wing Chaplain and agreed upon by all members.


5.2. Attend a rehearsal each week in advance of a scheduled performance. Rehearsals will last at least one (1) hour, but no more than two (2) hours.


5.3. Attend weekly performances for the Protestant Traditional worship service. Performances will last least one (1) hour, but no more than two (2) hours. This unit shall include a 15-minute pre-service warm-up session no later than 0800 or time designated by the service Chaplain. The warm up is not a unit for pay.


5.4 Ensure that all set up (printed materials, stands, sound equipment, instruments, multimedia presentations, etc.) are completed at least 15 minutes before the start of each rehearsal and service. Ensure that all sides, music and videos using copyright protected music are clearly marked with the Chapel's Church Copyright License (CCLI) number.


5.5. Wear attire appropriate for a family worship event while performing during service.


5.6. Setup and take down and store all necessary items for their rehearsal and performances. The musician will ensure that the areas used will be properly secured upon completion of rehearsals and performances. The musician will ensure that the areas used will be properly secured upon completion of the worship service.


5.7. Inform the service Chaplain if the instruments need tuning or repaired.


5.8. Submit any request for music orders through the responsible service Chaplain in charge of the worship service.


5.9. Coordinate with the Service Chaplain for special services (e.g., Christmas Eve) before performing at the special services. Musician shall be given a 30-day notice before performing special services. Primary focus of this contract is to provide music for the Protestant Traditional Worship Service. Priority of resources (personnel and Chapel owned equipment) shall be to the worship service. Musician will have right of refusal for short-notice events (e.g., memorial service music). Such events will constitute one unit of service.


5.10. Process F. E. Warren AFB Chapel Facility Request form (local form) to schedule the use of chapel facilities for all activities within the facilities. Ensure that all facilities used are properly maintained and secured upon departure.


5.11. The musician must provide a qualified submusician when absent or otherwise unable to perform for the scheduled service and shall notify the service Chaplain one week in advance, with the exception of emergencies. Sub-contracted work should not exceed 30 days during the period of the contract. With the exception of emergencies, only two weeks of the 30 days shall be during the school year. Musician will supply name(s) and points of contact of submusician(s) to service Chaplain within one month of signing contract.


5.12. Be accountable for paying any Social Security payments, Federal or Local Income Taxes, and State Unemployment Insurance premiums for themselves, as well as any individual employed or subcontracted by them to provide services under this contract. Health care insurance will be the responsibility of the musician and the Chaplain Corps will not be liable for any injury or accident associated with this service contract.


6. Government Provided Equipment.


6.1. Provides all music materials and instruments to the musician at the performance location, which is to be used only at said location and other items deemed necessary to perform services described in this SOW.


6.2. The provided piano, organ and/or keyboard with accompanied music selections are for practices and performances.


7. Period of Performance. The contract will be in effect for 12 months with four (12 month) option periods.


8. Payment. A rehearsal is equivalent to one (1) unit. There are 52 regular rehearsal units allotted during the 12 month period of the contract. Each performance is one (1) unit, and allotted 52 regular performance units during the 12 month period of the contract. There are 10 special event units that can be used as either a special rehearsal or special performance during the 12 month period of the contract. 


Interested Candidates are requested to forward their resume together with three references from individuals who can attest to the candidate’s good work and steadiness by October 16, 2019.  Candidates who do not possess the specific attributes/qualifications in "Education and Experience Requirement" above need not apply. This is a part-time position with compensation based on budget and the successful candidate’s experience and qualifications..   


Apply online at this job board or you may apply directly at: https://music-ministry.jobsoid.com (scroll down to “F E Warren”).  Your application must include three (3) references including one priest or pastor who can attest to your abilities as they relate to this job posting.  References must include: name, title, organization, relationship to you, email address (necessary field) and phone number.





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The successful candidate for this position will be a 1099 musician with Music Ministry International and be responsible for the following:


INTRODUCTION:


Provide an organist for musical accompaniment on the organ for congregations, choirs, ensembles, cantors, and soloists, both vocal and instrumental IAW music selections provided by the Catholic chaplain or his designated representative.


Coordinate with the priest-celebrant, music director or cantor as appropriate, and adjust tempo and style of accompaniment as required. Attend musician rehearsals, liturgies and special programs as directed by the Catholic chaplain or his designated representative.


The musician shall be present at least 30 minutes prior to each Mass/liturgy and 15 minutes before each rehearsal. The musician shall monitor all musical instruments used by the musician and report requirements for repair or replacement to the Catholic chaplain or his designated representative.


QUALIFICATIONS:


Satisfy the Catholic Supervisory Chaplain through musical audition/tryouts on the organ to verify expertise necessary to supply the appropriate level of integrated liturgical music within the liturgical parts of the Catholic Mass and other liturgical celebrations.


The musician shall provide a work force possessing the skills, knowledge, and training to satisfactorily perform the services required by this contract. Personnel performing work under this work statement shall not be considered employees of the Government. 


Be a person of faith, committed to the health of the community and familiar with catholic tradition and practice. This position requires maturity, responsibility, integrity, flexibility, interpersonal communication skills, organization and management skills.


Should have personal experience with the military culture and ministry in a multi-combinational and interfaith community ensuring a strong ability to understand the life of military personnel who are subject to deployment, family, separation, frequent moves and stationing in foreign countries. If experiences with a military chapel do not exist musician must be willing to learn those unique characteristics of the military chapel community.


Be able to read and play music from the Armed Forces Hymnal, the Breaking Bread Hymnal, other Catholic hymnals and other forms of sacred music.


Have an in-depth understanding of the liturgical laws and directives concerning music and liturgy according to the Catholic Roman Rite. Musician must also demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of the church documents concerning liturgical environment and the faith tradition concerning the Proper Seasons of worship and substantial experience adapting andimplementing these requirements to local circumstances.


Demonstrated expertise and experience in the utilization of Catholic liturgical music to enhance and supplement the specific Catholic prayerful environment. Ability to edit and/or transpose written music to meet the experience level of the supporting cantors and choir.


Knowledge and experience in the customs and practices of the Catholic faith tradition in its liturgical worship style. This includes detailed knowledge of Holy Week, Christmas, Easter, Funerals and other principal liturgies.


Demonstrated expertise in the selection of Catholic Liturgical music to accommodate seasons, celebrants, and other variables to create a complete worship experience under the direction of the Parish Music Director.


HOURS OF OPERATION/PLACE OF PERFORMANCE:


The Musician must at all times maintain continuity and the uninterrupted performance of all tasks defined within this job description. General hours of operation will be Saturdays from 1700-1800 and Sundays from 0730 to 0830 and 0915 to 1015 for Worship Services. Rehearsals will be Sunday from 0815-0915. Place of performance will be Woodlawn Chapel on Fort Belvoir unless otherwise specified.


Interested Candidates are requested to forward their resume together with three references from individuals who can attest to the candidate’s good work and steadiness.  Candidates who do not possess the specific attributes/qualifications in "Qualifications" above need not apply. This is a part-time position with compensation based on budget and the successful candidate’s experience and qualifications..   


Apply directly at: https://music-ministry.jobsoid.com (scroll down to “Ft. Belvoir”).  Your application must include three (3) references including one priest or pastor who can attest to your abilities as they relate to this job posting.  References must include: name, title, organization, relationship to you, email address (necessary field) and phone number. Depending on security software, candidates are requested to monitor spam folders for further application communications from MMI.



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The successful candidate for this position will be a 1099 contractor with Music Ministry International and be responsible for the following:


1. BACKGROUND:  This is a non-personal services contract for one (1) Catholic Worship Musician forMountain Home Air Force Base (MHAFB), Idaho. The contractor shall serve as a resource person, advisor, and coordinators of the Catholic worship service musicwithin the MHAFB community. The contractor consults and coordinates with the chapel assigned Chaplain Sponsor and is monitored by the Contracting Officer Representative (COR) as appointed by the Contracting Officer (CO).


2. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS


2.1 The Contractor shall provide evidence of a minimum one year of experience and comprehensive knowledge in the ability to play the following musical instruments: piano, keyboard, and guitar.


2.2 The Contractor must furnish a resume, to include verifiable academic, work/volunteer related references, and a minimum of one year experience working as a Musician in a Catholic Mass or liturgical setting.


2.3 Provide evidence of the ability to sight read music and sing and play an instrument compatible with the Catholic tradition and guidelines.


3. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS


3.1 Additional requirements for the Contractor include:


• Have an ability to work unsupervised in a fluid and sometimes stressful environment with staff, parents, and children.


• Communicate effectively in English (both oral and written) and efficiently organize and manage diverse program elements.


• Maintain professional standards of conduct and public decorum, including, but not limited to, dress and grooming.


• Constructively work with chapel staff and the public in a pluralistic environment.


• Have a working knowledge of Personal Computer (PC) compatible hardware and software (especially Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and PowerPoint). Applicant must adhere to computer security requirements and usage. Applicant must comply with copyright license reporting and copyright license identification procedures.


4. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES


4.1 The Contractor shall notify the assigned CO of any problems or issues that arise during the performance of this contract.


4.2 The Contractor shall participate in the preparation for MAJCOM and Wing directed inspections.


4.3 The Contractor shall attend the monthly Catholic Community Advisory Council meetings and provide a monthly music report in the absence of the Music Director.


4.4 The Contractor must adhere to the Catholic worship format, to include musical selections. Final approval shall be made by the designated Catholic Chaplain.


4.5 The Contractor shall make his or her own copies, scans, and faxes with the provided copier machine located in the Chapel. In the event this machine does not satisfy the publicity needs for an event, the Contractor will submit publicity reproduction needs by the suspense date established by the assigned Chaplain Sponsor.


4.6 The Contractor shall be responsible for clean up after programs and return used facility space to its original setup and condition.


4.7 Periodic ecumenical/Inter-faith service may be required in lieu of a regular scheduled unit as determined by the Catholic Chaplain or the Contracting Officer. Ecumenical/Inter-faith service may include but are not limited to, holiday events, memorial services, special community events, etc.


4.8 The Contractor shall not engage in the unauthorized duplication of copyrighted materials by photocopying or any other means that would expose the Government to liability for penalties under existing or future copyright laws.


4.9 The Contractor shall open and secure the chapel and other facilities used for Contractor activities as needed.


4.10 The Contractor shall maintain dress and appearance of a conservative nature and in good taste at all times.


4.11 The Contractor shall report all damages to Chapel equipment or facilities immediately or upon occurrence to the designated Catholic Chaplain, Deputy Wing Chaplain, or a Chaplain Assistant.


4.12 Upon contract award, under no circumstance may the Contractor or Subcontractor also work on a Chapel Tithes and Offerings Fund (CTOF) contract for MHAFB until this contract expires or is cancelled.


4.13 The Contractor may be required to meet with Government personnel, the CO, and the COR during the performance period of this Contract. Meetings will be as often as necessary thereafter as determined by the COR or CO. The written minutes of all performance evaluation meetings may be prepared by the Government and signed by the CO. Should the Contractor non-concur with the minutes; the Contractor shall so state any areas of non- concurrence in writing to the CO NLT ten (10) calendar days of receipt of the signed minutes. The minutes shall be included in the Contract file.


5. WORK SCHEDULES


5.1 The Contractor shall perform one rehearsal (one hour minimum) and one worship service at the Liberty Chapel (Building 2606) per week. Each rehearsal and worship service shall be invoiced as separate individual units. This contract will have a Not to Exceed annual amount of 130 units for the Musician.


6.  APPLICATION


Interested Candidates are requested to forward their resume together with three references from individuals who can attest to the candidate’s good work and steadiness.  Candidates who do not possess the specific attributes/qualifications in "2. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS" above need not apply. This is a part-time position with compensation based on budget and the successful candidate’s experience and qualifications..   


Apply directly at: https://music-ministry.jobsoid.com (scroll down to “Mountain Home”).  Your application must include three (3) references including one priest or pastor who can attest to your abilities as they relate to this job posting.  References must include: name, title, organization, relationship to you, email address (necessary field) and phone number. Depending on security software, candidates are requested to monitor spam folders for further application communications from MMI.







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Sanford Federal, Inc. (SANFORD) headquartered in Stafford, VA., is a premier, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business that provides federal professional services, primarily engaged in providing advanced information technology, cybersecurity, management systems support, as well as business and infrastructure management services.


We are among the most innovative, respected, and ethical providers of technology solutions to the United States government. Our mission is to provide superior quality, innovative, information technology solutions that help federal agencies best aid, serve, and protect the American people.

Job Details:




  • Job Title: Catholic Musician


  • Location: 10 ABW Chapel USAF Academy, COLORADO


  • Pay Rate: TBD


  • Type: Part-Time


  • POP (Period of Performance): 1 January 2021 - 31 December 2022


  • Schedule: 7.25 hours per week (and additional special events)


  • Reports to: Not assigned yet


Job Overview:


Sanford Federal is looking for a Catholic musician that shall provide instrumental music for Roman Catholic worship events at Saturday evening Masses, Sunday morning Masses and Holy Days of Obligation, and other special Catholic services at USAF Academy, Colorado.


 


 


 



Requirements:  The Candidate must meet the following requirements.


 



  • Have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in music or a minimum of five years of experience playing piano or organ in a liturgical church or chapel setting.

  • Be competent in playing a wide range of Catholic music to include the traditional, contemporary, and liturgical styles.

  • Be able to read and play part and harmony and have vocal abilities.
     


Tasks, Duties & Responsibilities: The candidate will be responsible for:
 
 



  • Serve as accompanist for Mass and special services under the assigned service Catholic Music Director. Coordinate with Priest.

  • Assist the Catholic Music Director in planning and coordinating music for worship services in consultation with the assigned Catholic Chaplain/officiating priest.

  • Provide accompaniment for weekly choir rehearsals, minimum one hour in length. Lead rehearsal in the event of an approved music director’s absence.

  • Ensure the choir area is left clean after use by removing audio-visual equipment and restoring the area to the original, neutral configuration setting when the service is the last service for the weekend.

  • The Contractor shall provide musical accompaniment for the additional special services in coordination with the music director and Catholic Chaplain or presiding priest, to include both rehearsals and performances.

  • The Contractor shall provide musical accompaniment for special services in coordination with the music director and Catholic Chaplain or presiding priest, to include both rehearsals and performances. (includes days such as Solemnity of Mary, Easter Vigil, and so on to a total of 64 hours)
     



 


Why choose Sanford Federal?


You can take pride in working for a company dedicated to serving our government by providing the best, most cost-effective solutions for the US Government. Our work helps the US Government secure our nation, support the efforts of our military and intelligence communities, and provide lifesaving medical services to our soldiers, vets, and their families.


Please submit your most up-to-date resume. Please be sure to highlight your relevant experience.


Sanford Federal, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.


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The successful candidate for this position will be a 1099 contractor with Music Ministry International and be responsible for the following:


1. SCOPE OF WORK. The musician shall lead the worship program for the Fort


Gordon Barnes Avenue Friendship Chapel Contemporary Service. The musician will


provide services as a musician and worship team leader working in accordance with the


Protestant religious program, which is planned and implemented by the Senior Chaplain


Pastor. Work shall be accomplished in accordance with the requirements set forth in


this statement of work.


a. Qualifications: The musician shall meet the following qualifications:


(1) The musician shall be a worship leader with three years or more of


experience leading a worship team in a contemporary Protestant church setting.


The musician must be thoroughly trained to lead contemporary style music on


keyboard / piano and / or guitar.


(2) The musician shall be able to sing and read sheet music. The musician


must be able to contextualize music to the projected installation community and


identify alternative arrangements to include theologically sound hymns. The


musician shall be trained and experienced in leading contemporary worship


through the use of current praise and worship songs. The musician shall have


thorough and ongoing knowledge of contemporary worship music, to include


music for weekly regularly scheduled services, and when available, special


services and events.


(3) The musician shall be able to coordinate and communicate with a team of up


to 10 or more musicians and singers. The musician must have experience using


Planning Center Online or another online data collaboration tool. The musician


must be able to use Easy worship or similar group presentation computer


application.


(4) The musician shall be able to input data to Planning Center Online or similar


collaboration planning tools.


(5) Musician shall be able to advise pastor on technical aspects of equipment to


include microphones and stands; musical instruments to include at least piano,


guitar and drums; video projection software; sound mixers; facility acoustics;


cabling and speakers.


2. MUSICIAN PERSONNEL


a. Competency of Musician Personnel. All services under this contract are to be


performed by an adult of at least 19 years of age with verifiable moral character and


spiritual maturity. Applicants must be willing to undergo a background check to include


past events and training. The musician shall be fully qualified to perform the


required services without any supervision or direction by government personnel.


b. Musician Points of Contact. The musician shall provide the Contracting Officer


and the COR with the names of a primary and alternate point of contact with telephone


numbers, in case of emergency.


c. Personal Property. The musician shall ensure that personal property is clearly


marked and identified to preclude misidentification as government property.


3. HOURS OF OPERATION. The musician shall provide the required products and


services as indicated in the delivery schedule of the contract.


a. Musician is required to be present for an entire rehearsal session, regularly


scheduled worship service, or special service, and is expected to play at appropriate


times during each as required. Musician shall be compensated on the basis of each


service provided and not on an hourly basis. Payment will not be made for partial


attendance at worship service events, rehearsals, or special services without


approval from the Government Technical Representative and the Resource Manager.


b. Regularly Scheduled Worship Services. Musician shall provide a event


during the worship service as well as two rehearsals. One rehearsal must be prior to the


worship service and one scheduled for a different day of the week. For the rehearsal


prior to the worship service, the musician’s attendance time is required from beginning


of rehearsal through the end of the worship service and will not exceed 4 hours. The


Government Technical Representative will provide the musician a minimum of 24


hours prior notice only if the time and date of a regularly scheduled worship service is


changed. The current time and location of the Worship Service is 1000 at Barnes


Avenue Friendship Chapel. Song selection will be coordinated with the Senior Chaplain


Pastor or pastoral team representative at least one week prior to the service.


c. Rehearsals are currently being held on Sundays before the service start time. The


two required rehearsals will not exceed two hours in length, each, for a total practice


time each week of not more than four hours. Any changes to rehearsal dates and times


will be pre-coordinated not later than 72 hours, prior to the requested change, with the


Chaplain leading the service.


d. Musician may provide a qualified substitute in rare circumstances when


musician is unable to provide service for a event or special service. The


musician must notify the Government Technical Representative in advance that the


substitute will be performing and must be granted approval of the substitute. The


substitute shall provide services in accordance with the terms and conditions


established in the purchase order. The Government has no contractual obligations with


the substitute. Compensation for service provided by a substitute shall be made to the


musician and not to the substitute.


e. The musician must be able to respond to a request for special service within 48


hours.


f. Document of Work/Reports. The musician shall maintain a log of the work


performed and provide a timesheet to the technical representative and the acceptor on


a monthly basis as payment request supporting documentation. The timesheet must be


signed by both musician and technical representative.


4. Anticipated Service requirements.


Worship Services: 1000 at Barnes Avenue Friendship Chapel


Rehearsals: Twice a week, with one of the rehearsals immediately preceding the


Sunday 1000 service


Special Services: TBD


Consulting Services: Advising pastor on the technical aspects of equipment and


facilities used for event


6. Definitions. For compensation purposes, the following definitions in the context of this


order apply


a. Event - A event is musician’s playing of a musical instrument


during appropriate times during one complete regularly scheduled worship service from


beginning of worship service through postlude. A minimum of one up to a maximum of 4


weekly regularly scheduled events may be required. However, one event


per week is currently required. A event includes all songs and hymns appearing


in the worship bulletin or directed by the Senior Chaplain Pastor, plus appropriate


musical selections for Preludes, Postludes, Offertories, Anthems, and special


selections. The musician shall be required to play hymns / songs at the prescribed


tempo of the pastor / technical representative. Musician will construct song lyric slide


presentations and submit to the pastor no later than four days before weekly scheduled


events.


b. Rehearsals – Musician’s singing and playing of musical instrument at


appropriate times during a practice session with an established choir or other


musicians, or a combination thereof. Rehearsals are allowed for choir, special music, or


special services. The Government Technical Representative will coordinate all


rehearsals other than regularly scheduled rehearsals by notifying all musicians required


for unscheduled rehearsals of the rescheduled date and time a minimum of 24 hours in


advance. A minimum of one up to a maximum of 4 weekly regularly scheduled


rehearsals may be required. However, two rehearsals per week is currently required.


Musician will input data to the online planning tools used by the pastor to include song


selections, song arrangement, sheet music, music team assignments, and automated


email or text messages to music team and block-out dates. Musician will test sound


and video equipment to ensure proper functioning and request set up to pastor for


upcoming events.


c. Special Services - Musician’s playing of a musical instrument at appropriate


times during other than regularly scheduled weekly services. Special services may


include but not be limited to special / holy day services, memorials, funerals, holy days


of obligation, and holidays such as Thanksgiving, and Christmas.


Interested Candidates are requested to forward their resume together with three references from individuals who can attest to the candidate’s good work and steadiness.  Candidates who do not possess at least three years of performing steadily  as a worship musician and worship leader in a church or chapel need not apply.  This is a part-time position with compensation based on budget and the successful candidate’s experience and qualifications.



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The successful candidate for this position will be a 1099 contractor with Music Ministry International and be responsible for the following:


1. Contract Position and Title. Catholic Service Musician


2. Scope of Responsibilities. The Musician shall provide lead instrumental (piano, organ, keyboard, guitar, etc.) accompaniment for the Catholic Worship Service.


3. Education and Experience Requirement. The musician must:


3.1. Be at least 18 years of age and hold a high school diploma.


3.2. Be an accomplished musician with solo and accompaniment experience in a range of music styles and traditions that include classical and traditional music. Experience in church music, education, and background in vocal and instrumental music instruction, hymnology, and Catholic liturgical music is desirable.


3.3. Have at least 2 years of experience in Catholic music.


3.4. Furnish resume including academic and work related references (i.e. military chapels, churches).


3.5. Complete Installation Records Check.


4. General Responsibilities. The musician shall:


4.1. Provide and perform music selections for the Catholic worship service and special music for the performance and/or coordinating guest performers.


4.2. Be able to work cooperatively in an interfaith setting with chaplains, staff and parishioners of varied and diverse religious backgrounds.


4.3. Coordinate each week with the service Chaplain for the selection of proper music for the week's services to ensure that musical selections are appropriate to the theme, season of the church year, and/or purpose of each service.


5. Specific Responsibilities. The musician shall:


5.1. Conduct rehearsals and performances in an F. E. Warren Chapel facility except when authorized by the service Chaplain or the Wing Chaplain and agreed upon by all members.


5.2. Attend a rehearsal each week in advance of a scheduled worship service. Rehearsals will last at least one (1) hour, but no more than two (2) hours.


5.3. Attend music worship for the Catholic worship service. Performances will last at least one (1) hour, but no more than two (2) hours. This unit shall include a 15-minute pre-service warm-up session no later than 0900 or time designated by the service Chaplain. The warm up is not a unit for pay.


5.4 Ensure that all set up (printed materials, stands, sound equipment, instruments, multimedia presentations, etc.) are completed at least 15 minutes before the start of each rehearsal and service. Ensure that all slides, music and video using copyright protected music are clearly marked with the Chapel's Church Copyright License (CCLI) number.


5.5. Wear attire appropriate for a family worship event while performing units.


5.6. Setup and take down and store all necessary items for their rehearsal and performances. The musician will ensure that the areas used will be properly secured upon completion of rehearsals


and performances. The musician will ensure that the areas used will be properly secured upon completion of the worship service.


5.7. Inform the service Chaplain if the instruments need tuning or repaired.


5.8. Submit any request for music orders through the responsible service Chaplain.


5.9. Coordinate with the service Chaplain for special services (e.g., Christmas Eve) before performing at the special services. Musician shall be given a 30-day notice before performing special services. Primary focus of this contract is to provide music for the Catholic worship service. Priority of resources (personnel and Chapel owned equipment) shall be to the worship service. Musician will have right of refusal for short-notice events (e.g., memorial service music). Such events will constitute one unit of service.


5.10. Process F. E. Warren AFB Chapel Facility Request Form (local form) to schedule the use of chapel facilities for all activities within the facilities. Ensure that all facilities used are properly maintained and secured upon departure.


5.11. The musician must provide a qualified submusician when absent or otherwise unable to perform for the scheduled service and shall notify the service Chaplain one week in advance, with the exception of emergencies, of the name and the dates the submusician will perform. Sub-contracted work should not exceed 30 days during the period of the contract. With the exception of emergencies, only two weeks of the 30 days shall be during the school year. Musician will supply name(s) and points of contact of submusician(s) to service Chaplain within one month of signing contract.


5.12. Be accountable for paying any Social Security payments, Federal or Local Income Taxes, and State Unemployment Insurance premiums for themselves, as well as any individual employed or subcontracted by them to provide services under this contract. Health care insurance will be the responsibility of the musician and the Chaplain Corps will not be liable for any injury or accident associated with this service contract.


6. Government Provided Equipment.


6.1. Provides all music materials and instruments to the musician at the performance location, which is to be used only at said location and other items deemed necessary to perform services described in this SOW.


6.2. The provided piano, organ and/or keyboard with accompanied music selections are for practices and peformances.


7. Period of Performance. The contract will be in effect for 12 months with four (12 month) option periods.


8. Payment. A rehearsal is equivalent to one (1) unit. There are 52 regular rehearsal units allotted during the 12 month period of the contract. Each performance is one (1) unit, and allotted 52 regular performance units during the 12 month period of the contract. There are 10 special event units that can be used as either a special rehearsal or special performance during the 12 month period of the contract. 


Interested Candidates are requested to forward their resume together with three references from individuals who can attest to the candidate’s good work and steadiness by October 16, 2019.  Candidates who do not possess the specific attributes/qualifications in "Education and Experience Requirement" above need not apply. This is a part-time position with compensation based on budget and the successful candidate’s experience and qualifications..   


Apply online at this job board or you may apply directly at: https://music-ministry.jobsoid.com (scroll down to “F E Warren”).  Your application must include three (3) references including one priest or pastor who can attest to your abilities as they relate to this job posting.  References must include: name, title, organization, relationship to you, email address (necessary field) and phone number.






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The successful candidate for this position will be a 1099 contractor with Music Ministry International and be responsible for the following:


1. Contract Position and Title. Protestant Contemporary Service Musician


2. Scope of Responsibilities. The Musician shall provide lead instrumental (piano, organ, and/or keyboard) accompaniment for the Protestant Contemporary Worship Service.


3. Education and Experience Requirement. The musician must:


3.1. Be at least 18 years of age and hold a high school diploma.


3.2. Be an accomplished musician with solo and accompaniment experience in a broad range of music styles and traditions that include classical, contemporary, gospel, and traditional music. Experience in church music, education, and background in vocal and instrumental music instruction, hymnology, traditional religious music, and contemporary religious music is desirable.


3.3. Have at least 2 years of experience in church music.


3.4. Furnish resume including academic and work related references (i.e. military chapels, churches).


3.5. Complete Installation Records Check.


4. General Responsibilities. The musician shall:


4.1. The musician will provide piano, organ and/or keyboard accompaniment for the Protestant Contemporary worship service, lead the congregation singing, and provide special music through performance or coordinating guest performers.


4.2. Be able to work cooperatively in an interfaith setting with chaplains, staff and parishioners of varied and diverse religious backgrounds.


4.3. Coordinate each week with the Contemporary Service Music Coordinator or the service Chaplain for the selection of proper music for the week's services to ensure that musical selections are appropriate to the theme, season of the church year, and/or purpose of each service.


5. Specific Responsibilities. The musician shall:


5.1. Conduct rehearsals and performances in an F. E. Warren Chapel facility except when authorized by the Contemporary Service Music Coordinator, service Chaplain or the Wing Chaplain and agreed upon by all members.


5.2. Attend a rehearsal each week in advance of a scheduled performance. Rehearsals will last at least one (1) hour, but no more than two (2) hours.


5.3. Attend weekly performances for the Protestant Contemporary worship service. Performances will last least one (1) hour, but no more than two (2) hours. This unit shall include a 15-minute pre-service warm-up session before each service beginning no later than 1045 or time designated by the Contemporary Service Music Coordinator or the service Chaplain. The warm up is not a unit for pay.


5.4 Ensure that all set up (printed materials, stands, sound equipment, instruments, multimedia presentations, etc.) are completed at least 15 minutes before the start of each rehearsal and service. Ensure that all sides, music and videos using copyright protected music are clearly marked with the Chapel's Church Copyright License (CCLI) number.


5.5. Wear attire appropriate for a family worship event while performing during service.


5.6. Setup and take down and store all necessary items for their rehearsal and performances. The musician will ensure that the areas used will be properly secured upon completion of rehearsals and performances. The musician will ensure that the areas used will be properly secured upon completion of the worship service.


5.7. Inform the Contemporary Service Music Coordinator or the service Chaplain if the instruments need tuning or repaired.


5.8. Submit any request for music orders through the Contemporary Service Music Coordinator or the responsible service Chaplain in charge of the worship service.


5.9. Coordinate with the Contemporary Service Music Coordinator or the service Chaplain for special services (e.g., Christmas Eve) before performing at the special services. Musician shall be given a 30-day notice before performing special services. Primary focus of this contract is to provide music for the Protestant Contemporary Service. Priority of resources (personnel and Chapel owned equipment) shall be to the worship service. Musician will have right of refusal for short-notice events (e.g., memorial service music). S uch events will constitute one unit of service.


5.10. Process F. E. Warren AFB Chapel Facility Request form (local form) to schedule the use of chapel facilities for all activities within the facilities. Ensure that all facilities used are properly maintained and secured upon departure.


5.11. The musician must provide a qualified submusician when absent or otherwise unable to perform for the scheduled service and shall notify the Contemporary Service Music Coordinator or the service Chaplain one week in advance, with the exception of emergencies. Sub-contracted work should not exceed 30 days during the period of the contract. With the exception of emergencies, only two weeks of the 30 days shall be during the school year. Musician will supply name(s) and points of contact of submusician(s) to the Contemporary Service Music Coordinator and the service Chaplain within one month of signing contract.


5.12. Be accountable for paying any Social Security payments, Federal or Local Income Taxes, and State Unemployment Insurance premiums for themselves, as well as any individual employed or subcontracted by them to provide services under this contract. Health care insurance will be the responsibility of the musician and the Chaplain Corps will not be liable for any injury or accident associated with this service contract.


6. Government Provided Equipment.


6.1. Provides all music materials and instruments to the musician at the performance location, which is to be used only at said location and other items deemed necessary to perform services described in this SOW.


6.2. The provided piano, organ and/or keyboard with accompanied music selections are for practices and performances.


7. Period of Performance. The contract will be in effect for 12 months with four (12 month) option periods.


8. Payment. A rehearsal is equivalent to one (1) unit. There are 52 regular rehearsal units allotted during the 12 month period of the contract. Each performance is one (1) unit, and allotted 52 regular performance units during the 12 month period of the contract. There are 10 special event units that can be used as either a special rehearsal or special performance during the 12 month period of the contract.


Interested Candidates are requested to forward their resume together with three references from individuals who can attest to the candidate’s good work and steadiness by October 16, 2019.  Candidates who do not possess the specific attributes/qualifications in "Education and Experience Requirement" above need not apply. This is a part-time position with compensation based on budget and the successful candidate’s experience and qualifications..   


Apply online at this job board or you may apply directly at: https://music-ministry.jobsoid.com (scroll down to “F E Warren”).  Your application must include three (3) references including one priest or pastor who can attest to your abilities as they relate to this job posting.  References must include: name, title, organization, relationship to you, email address (necessary field) and phone number.





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The Maestro Musicians Academy, Lexington, MA's fastest growing music school, is looking for music teachers who can work with children and adults (ages 4+). The mission of the Academy is to positively shape and influence our common culture and be a positive and inspiring role model for children. Lessons take place at the United Methodist Church on 2600 Mass Ave, online, and/or at students' homes (optional) in greater Lexington. Note that teachers who work online must be able to commute to the main school location once the COVID epidemic passes.


Candidates must possess the following qualifications: 1. Undergraduate degree in performance or education with specific concentration in their respective instrument 2. Excellent rapport with children and their parents, which includes good communication skills and pleasant demeanor 3. Ability to communicate on a regular basis with employer in a timely fashion 4. Work authorization to be employed in the USA 4. Ability to arrive at the United Methodist Church or a student's home by car in a timely manner. 5. If you are on an F-1 Visa, you MUST make sure that your documents are unexpired and up-to-date. 6. Preference will be given to candidates who plan to be in Boston for at least 2 years.


Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter, and 3 references by replying directly to this post. We will give preference to instructors whose referees can directly attest to their teaching personas and abilities. We will contact you within 14 days if there is an interest in your application. No drop-ins or phone calls please.


Compensation based on experience.


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The mission of the Academy is to positively shape and influence our common culture and be a positive and inspiring role model for children.


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The successful candidate will become a 1099 contractor with Music Ministry International and provided services in support of the Naval Station Norfolk Base Chapel Command’s Religious Program for special events, ceremonies and worship. This musician shall:



  • perform Protestant Musician Leader services required to support the missions and responsibilities of the Naval Station Norfolk Chapel Command Religious program

  • perform up to 124 units for the chapel. A unit is defined as one event, such as a worship service, a choir rehearsal, a special event, etc. A unit is typically one hour to one and one half hours in length.

  • provide for one (1) Protestant Sunday service per week for a total of 52 units. Protestant service shall start at approximately 1030 and estimated to last about one hour. Schedule is subject to change; two weeks’ notice of any change will be provided to contractor.

  • conduct music rehearsals for a total of 52 rehearsals. The rehearsals shall include rehearsal time for special musical selections. Rehearsals shall last approximately one (1) hour. Determination of day of the week and time of rehearsals is at consultation with and the Command Chaplain.

  • provide special religious services, as determined by the Command Chaplain which may include, but are not limited to: Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, New Years, Maundy Thursday, and Good Friday – not to exceed 10 units per year.

  • provide for memorial services and special events, as determined by the Command Chaplain – not to exceed 10 services per year.

  • consult weekly with the Command Chaplain, or Protestant Chapel Pastor if so designated by Command Chaplain. Contractor is expected to maintain a professional and respectful demeanor toward military staff that is essential to effective teamwork and mission accomplishment.

  • recommend relevant musical selections, with  Protestant service selections tied to liturgical year, but with final determination of musical selections always resting with the Officiating Chaplain. The Protestant Chapel pastor may elect to select all or some of music, and will notify the musician of his/her preference as to who selects music. Short-term nature of memorial services may preclude significant time lead notice to the musician of selections made by the officiating chaplain.

  • lead congregation in worship music with the support of a choir and/or praise team; and will recruit and train choir and/or praise team members for performance.

  • arrive for all services no later than 30 minutes prior to the start of the service.

  • develop rapport, and promote team building within the Protestant volunteer choirs, praise teams, and/or other choral groups.


Additional requirements:
At least two years leading and directing accompanying and leading Protestant Worship in a mainline religion or additional experience in Protestant Contemporary Music are preferred.


Interested Candidates are requested to forward their resume together with three references from individuals who can attest to the candidate’s good work and steadiness.  Candidates who do not possess the specific attributes/qualifications in "Additional Requirements" above need not apply. This is a part-time position with compensation based on budget and the successful candidate’s experience and qualifications..   


Apply directly at: https://music-ministry.jobsoid.com (scroll down to “Norfolk”).  Your application must include three (3) references including one priest or pastor who can attest to your abilities as they relate to this job posting.  References must include: name, title, organization, relationship to you, email address (necessary field) and phone number. Depending on security software, candidates are requested to monitor spam folders for further application communications from MMI.





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