This page details vacancies which have been advertised by third parties for the interest of Royal College of Organist Members.
Responses to these advertisements should be via the advertiser's email address printed below (or use the Email a Response link)
Please note that the College has not verified any details in these advertisements, and is not able to enter into any correspondence concerning them. All correspondence and subsequent arrangements are matters for the potential employer and employee alone. Members are therefore urged to perform due diligence when expressing interest or applying for advertised roles.
We seek to appoint a Director of Music to play our much-admired tracker-action organ and lead our excellent SATB choir and junior choir, in a range of styles. Starting salary at least £5400, depending on experience, and subject to review.
Full details from firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications by 18th Nov; interviews etc Sat 30th Nov.
Posted: 12th November 2019
Contact Name: Ian Tarrant
Contact Email: email@example.com
Our beautiful Suffolk church seeks to appoint a Musical Director to provide accompaniment and develop the role of music in the liturgy. We have a decent sized choir and wish to begin building upon it, possibly adding a junior element. Our new Rector has been given a remit for growth and is keen to work with someone who sees him/herself as his partner in mission. The right person will be able to broaden our musical horizons.
An enhanced DBS check will be required.
Job Profile available at www.boxriverbenefice.com, or by contacting Fr Rob Parker-McGee
Posted: 25th November 2019
Contact Name: Fr Rob Parker-McGee SR
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking to appoint a person of mature and open character, who is resilient and robust and has a good sense of humour. He or she should be an experienced and professional musician with a vision for music ministry in churches who:
is an excellent organist and skilled choir director
can work collaboratively and communicate effectively
can plan music that engages the whole congregation in worship
understands liturgy and is committed and reliable.
Salary: £17,000 (plus fees)
Part-time: 15 hours a week
Application deadline: noon 15 January 2020. Interviews: 24 January 2020.
Appointment from 1 May 2020.
Posted: 26th November 2019
Contact Name: Rev'd John Watson
Contact Email: email@example.com