JOB OPPORTUNITIES

St. Mark’s currently has one open position – Contemporary Worship Music Leader.
Please feel free to contact the church office at 317-846-4912 if you have questions.

Contemporary Worship Music Leader

St Marks is holding auditions for an open part time (15-20 hours) paid position on our contemporary music team. The Music Ministries Leader is responsible for planning, coordinating, and carrying out the music program for the current, our Sunday morning contemporary worship service. We are looking for proficiency in lead vocals for a contemporary worship experience; strong proficiency on guitar or keyboards; and experience in leading a music worship component for a mid-sized congregation.

Responsibilities & Duties

  • Worship Planning
    • Collaborate with pastoral team, typically associate pastor
    • Schedule rotating team members for band
    • Create slides in ProPresenter for music with license information and lyrics; for both the Current and traditional services
  • Worship Leading
  • Lead music through song and instrument
    • Gather all members of Sunday morning worship team to review order of worship and address any questions, concerns, or surprises
    • Lead band practice once a week outside of Sunday morning soundcheck
    • Lead worship transitions and have comfort with praying in front of congregation
  • Co-leading the gettogether yearly with pastoral team. The gettogether is a yearly worship service that seeks to combine all services into one and is normally outside.
  • Lead the sanctuary entertainment program for Holy Walk (occurs every other year)
  • Explore new music and innovative ways to lead and engage others in worship
  • Keep music and video license (CCLI and CVLI) up to date

Desirable Candidate Attributes

  • Prefer degree in baccalaureate level of education/experience with music (singing as well as playing guitar and/or piano)
  • Prior experience in leading worship music and leading others in worship
  • Understands and demonstrates the importance music plays in creating a meaningful worship experience
  • A team player who is willing to coordinate with multiple people for worship, including lay volunteers and working with the pastoral team for worship planning.
  • Is organized and able to think creatively for problem-solving.  Comfortable with adapting worship to fit community needs.
  • Responsible, self-motivated, and personable.

Estimated Hours – 15-20 hours per week

Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and a resume to sprc@stmarkscarmel.org.

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