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Director of Music – Delafield
Delafield Presbyterian Church is seeking a part time Music Director to lead the music ministry of the church. Expressing the Gospel and affirmation of our faith through music is a vital component of worship at Delafield Presbyterian Church. The ideal candidate would be a pianist with vocal and choral conducting training and/or experience. He or she should be well acquainted with traditional and contemporary liturgical music, so as to provide leadership in the planning and facilitating the musical portion of the worship service. Necessary skills include piano proficiency and directing a choir. Interested individuals should submit a letter of application and a resume via email with Music Director Search in the subject line, or via regular mail addressed to Music Director Search, Delafield Presbyterian Church, P.O. Box 180315, Delafield, WI 53018.
Part-Time Secretary – Big Bend
Vernon Presbyterian Church seeks a part-time secretary. This position would require approximately 14 hours per week. Job requirements include good computer skills, ability to learn new software, knowledge of basic accounting and excellent communication skills. Confidentiality is important. This person will work directly with the pastor and church officers. Child care is available in the Vernon Child Development Center. Interested applicants should email a letter of interest and resume.
Communications Coordinator – Madison
Grace Episcopal Church, Madison, is seeking an experienced writer and graphics designer to be the ‘voice’ of Grace Church in downtown Madison. The successful candidate will create bulletins for all worship services, create and publish the bi-weekly parish newsletter, oversee our website and social media, and produce marketing materials as needed. This is a 16 hour per week position, available as early as April 20.
In the coming months, we also expect to be hiring someone for bookkeeping at approximately 8 hours per week. These two positions could be combined in the future for the person with the appropriate expertise, in which case, additional benefits would be offered as well.
Email for a full position description and application
United Campus Minister/Campus Ministry Coordinator – LaCrosse
Want to make a difference in the lives of young adults? United Campus Ministry is looking for a new campus minister to lead their programs starting the next academic year. The Campus Minister will provide overall leadership, ministry and programming for ecumenical Christian campus ministry, support the covenantal relationship with Lutheran Campus Ministry in Common Ground, discover sources of financial support for ongoing ministry, and nurture relationships with area churches, denominations, and local college campuses.
Office Administrator – Elm Grove
The American Baptist Churches of Wisconsin seeks a part-time Office Administrator who will join a diverse and developing regional staff team as hospitality specialist and central administrative support, implementing the vision and strategic plan for the region office by fostering a collaborative and relational environment among all users and visitors. The Office Administrator’s main areas of duties include office receptionist and building manager, data and file maintenance (including region directory), Annual Gathering Registrar, financial receipts processing, and general administrative support for other regional staff and events held at the office building.
Director of Family Ministries and Congregational Life – Grafton
Pilgrim United Church of Christ seeks a Director of Family Ministries and Congregational Life. The Director Family Ministries and Congregational Life shall work collaboratively with the Pastor and church staff to nurture and provide care for the church’s youth, children and families while providing oversight to small group initiatives, along with the assimilation of new members and friends into the life of the church. Part-time, 30 hours per week including evenings/weekends. Primary program time is Sundays, September – May.
A full position description and application process available on indeed.com
Ministry Assistant – River Falls
Journey House Campus Ministry, an ecumenical campus ministry serving students at the UW River Falls and Chippewa Valley Technical College, is seeking a part time (15-20 hours/week) Ministry Assistant. This position will be primarily active during the academic year (September – May) with limited hours during the summer months. Deadline for application is April 30, 2018.
Music Director – Marshfield
Faith Lutheran Church seeks a part-time Music Director to develop and lead the music ministry. Responsibilities include:
- Plan a flow of musical selections at services that will enhance the congregation’s worship experience.
- Work with the pastor to establish appropriate worship themes and assimilate other planned elements
- into the service.Work with Sunday School coordinator and Youth Director to incorporate youth into services as needed.
- Lead in the process of recruitment of the contemporary music worship team and conduct effective and efficient weekly rehearsals.Prepare sound equipment for weekly services.
- Ensure that music, video, audio and other technical worship elements are prepared and ready for the service
Organist/Pianist – Lake Mills
Lake Mills Moravian Church is seeking an organist/pianist to play for weekly Saturday evening and Sunday morning worship services year-round, as well as special services. Position includes accompanying the choir. Music ministry growth opportunities. We are a mainstream Protestant denomination with a strong musical tradition. To apply, please email cover letter, resume and references to: firstname.lastname@example.org, attn: Personnel Committee.
Worker Justice Volunteer – Madison
Ready to do something to help immigrant workers who aren’t being paid? Women facing sexual harassment at work who cannot afford an attorney? People leaving prison only to face unemployment because of discrimination? Worker Justice Wisconsin is a nonprofit organization which operates one of only two worker centers in Wisconsin. We offer monthly basic workplace rights and other workshops, as well as meetings for individuals or small groups about specific workplace problems. 2/3 of the workers who come to the center are immigrants, 70% make $10 or less per hour; all services are free and offered in the workers’ preferred language. Most are experiencing wage theft, discrimination, or rights violations related to medical leave or injury.
All volunteers are trained and supervised by staff, and commit to volunteer for at least 2 hours, twice monthly, for 6 months. Being bilingual in Spanish is very helpful, but not necessary. Volunteer advocates offer information, help workers file complaints, write a letter or gather more information. Advocate shifts are currently available on Monday evenings and Thursday mornings. We also need volunteers at other times to make phone calls, collect or enter data, do outreach, or help with workshops. Email Becky@workerjustice.org if interested.
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