Worship Director must have clear sense of calling from the Lord and demonstrated musical skill leading worship vocally and instrumentally on guitar and/or keyboard.
Passion for Christ, deep love for people and exemplary life consistent with the character requirements of leaders found in Scripture (Titus 1, 1 Timothy 3, Acts 6).
Willing to become a member of Manoa Community Church.
Excitement and endorsement of Manoa’s core beliefs, values, vision and mission (manoa.org/beliefs) and full agreement with Manoa’s moral convictions as outlined in the EPC Position Papers, i.e. the sanctity of life, marriage and human sexuality, etc. (manoa.org/epc).
At least a 2-year college degree (or in progress) or equivalent specialization degree from a reputable worship school.
A team player with excellent communication and administration skills.
Strong ability to multitask and manage time and programs.
The ability to attract, recruit, equip, inspire, and retain volunteers.
Background checks and Ministry Safe Training (www.ministrysafe.com)
Leading the congregation and youth group in worshiping and glorifying the Lord through music, singing and other artistic expressions.
Arranging the practical and creative flow for Sunday morning services
Developing other musicians and worship leaders
Leading weekly worship team rehearsals
Overseeing all arts ministries. Creative design and implementation for worship environments (i.e. stage design; auditorium atmosphere; other media implementation).
Recruiting, training, and scheduling the AVL team (audio, visual, lighting) and overseeing and improving the livestreaming of services.
Overseeing the maintenance and updating of all audio equipment (sound system, instruments, etc.)
Overseeing the maintenance and updating of all visual equipment (computers, presentation software, lighting, screens, presentation tech)
Planning and executing creative ways to deploy music and the arts towards mission and outreach (e.g. Haverford Music Festival, Media Dining Under the Stars, Open Mics, Christian concerts, etc.).
Scheduling musicians and AVL support for all additional church events (e.g. weddings, funerals, retreats, conferences, outdoor events, etc.)
Trimming and posting the weekly sermons on Podcasts and to social media (e.g. YouTube, Facebook, etc.).
We presently have one Sunday morning service. Since this is a full-time position, this will be a blended role (Worship Arts Director role +) to fill out 40 weekly hours. Additional responsibilities will be based upon the employee’s broader skillset and the church’s needs. Current staff needs include discipleship of college students, young adults, graphic design, photography, video, social media, communications, and/or marketing. Please list additional skills on your resume and be prepared to share in the interview what extra gifts or experience you bring.
This position reports directly to the Pastor, as chief of staff, and collaborates with the other staff directors and team managers.
ADDITIONAL SKILLS DESIRED
Experience playing with click track, loops and MultiTracks
Knowledge of technology and software, including Planning Center, Proclaim Presentation Software, MailChimp, Social Media (i.e. Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, etc.), and digital audio equipment.
Social media, communications, and networking skills
Stage lighting and set design
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salary negotiable based on education and prior work experience. Full-time staff work a 40-hour workweek, which includes Sundays, evening rehearsals and meetings as part of overall hours worked.
Free tuition at our Nursery School for preschool age children.
After six months of employment, if desirous of ordination, this position is eligible for tuition assistance towards a Master of Divinity (details available upon request).
Competitive a la carte benefits, including health insurance and a 403b plan (www.epc.org/benefits).
APPLY ONLINE AT Manoa.org, OR SEND RESUME AND WORSHIP VIDEOS TO: firstname.lastname@example.org