Part–Time: (avg. 5 hrs/wk)
Start Date: September 1, 2021
Salary Range: $40/hour
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Play for weekly Sunday morning services, in combination with our organist. The pianist typically plays hymns with the organ and contemporary songs with the band.
• Music is selected by the Music Director
• Additional service music may consist of the Doxology, Gloria Patri, prelude, postlude, music prepared for communion, and/or occasional choir or special music accompaniment. These responsibilities are shared with the organist and others.
• Any non–emergency absence should be discussed with the Music Director at least 4 weeks in advance, in case a substitute needs to be found. (It is the Music Director’s responsibility to find a substitute.)
2. Rehearse on Sunday mornings, as well as a 1–hour weekly rehearsal.
• Sunday morning hours are typically 8am – 11am.
• The weekly band rehearsal is Wednesdays from 8pm – 9pm, but is subject to change occasionally with advance notice.
3. Special services on Christmas Eve and Good Friday.
• These services typically involve a significant amount of music, so it is important to have music staff involved.
• Please discuss any expected absence from either of these special services at least 3 months in advance so alternative plans can be made.
4. Additional responsibilities.
• Occasional services (Praise & Worship nights, weddings, funerals, recitals, etc.), covering choir rehearsals, or other music programs and needs will occur. Preference will be given to have these covered by our existing music staff, but you will be consulted about availability before being assigned.
If interested, email to the Music Director.
ALL EMPLOYEES ARE EXPECTED TO CONDUCT THEIR PERSONAL LIVES OUTSIDE OF WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE HIGH STANDARDS OF BIBLICAL TEACHING AS UNDERSTOOD BY THE DOCTRINAL STANDARDS OF SCPC. THE PERSONAL LIFE OF A CHURCH EMPLOYEE NOT ONLY AFFECTS THE EMPLOYEE’S ABILITY TO COMMAND RESPECT AND DO HIS/HER JOB, IT ALSO REFLECTS UPON AND AFFECTS THE ENTIRE MINISTRY OF THE CHURCH. FOR THIS REASON, PERSONAL CONDUCT BY AN EMPLOYEE THAT IS IMMORAL, UNETHICAL, OR OTHERWISE
NOT IN ACCORDANCE WITH SCRIPTURE MAY BE GROUNDS FOR DISCIPLINARY ACTION, INCLUDING DISMISSAL.