Job Posting – Sing Summer Assistant Cook

Sing Summer Camps – Assistant Cook


Dates: Saturday, August 12th – Saturday, August 26th, 2023

Location: Berwick United Church Campgrounds

As assistant cook, you will report to the head cook and work alongside a team of youth hired for dishwashing and food service duties. The assistant cook will assist the head cook in the preparation of meals and the day to day running of the kitchen, including cleaning the equipment, checking supplies and rotating food stock. You’ll be responsible for catering to a limited number of special diets such as vegetarian, vegan, celiac, and gluten-free. The camp cook will be responsible for the preparation of 3 meals per day and light refreshments to be served to campers. We are looking for somebody who is comfortable in a camp kitchen environment and with a variety of equipment (camp), and who likes to be hands-on. Accommodations will be provided to the selected candidate on the Berwick United Church Campgrounds. 

To apply, contact: anne@nscf.ca

Key responsibilities:

  • Ordering and organizing the inventory storage
  • Meal preparation and cooking
  • Maintaining a clean kitchen, including all equipment, pots, and pans 
  • Making sure the kitchen is a safe and hygienic place to work
  • Control portion costs by working out the number of portions per food batch

Work Load

Sing Summer consists of multiple programs with varying enrolment numbers. The two core programs are our Junior & Youth Choir Camp (which runs from August 14th – 20th) and our Adult Choir Camp (which runs from August 22nd – 27th). The first week will consist of 3 meals per day for approximately 75 campers and staff. The second week will consist of 3 meals per day for approximately 100 campers and staff. Additional programs over the weekends will mean additional participants at select meal times. This will be communicated in advance to the head cook. 

Compensation

Compensation for this role will be $2000. Employment Insurance and Canada Pension Plan amounts will be deducted.

Experience

  • Experience of working in a fast paced kitchen chef
  • Some management experience will help
  • Ability to multitask

Qualifications

  • Health and safety or food hygiene qualifications are essential to this position

Others Requirements

  • Ability to work long days and weekends
  • Ability to work in fast paced environment
  • Attention to details in work is important. 
  • Food and safety certificate. – WHMIS certified

 

Job Posting – Sing Summer Head Cook


Dates: Saturday, August 12th – Saturday, August 26th, 2023

Location: Berwick United Church Campgrounds

For 2 weeks every summer, voices raised together in song float among the hemlocks of the Berwick United Church Campground. A wonderful and magical place, it has been the home of the NSCF Sing Summer program for 40 years, each year welcoming over 200 singers in two weeks of programs. The rustic and charming multi-coloured cabins, the wonderful indoor and outdoor activity spaces, and the centre pavilion for rehearsals in the open air, make it the perfect location to sing, to learn, to connect, and to have a great time – all the while becoming a part of the choral community.

Our guest conductors, artistic and caregiving staff love being a part of these programs and are truly dedicated to creating an accepting and welcoming culture at camp where inspiration abounds and creativity can be set free!

As Kitchen Supervisor and Head Cook, you will be leading a team consisting of an assistant cook and youth hired for dishwashing and food service duties. In addition, the Head Cook will be responsible for preparing menus/meals, managing the camp dining budget and overseeing the day to day running of the kitchen, including cleaning the equipment, checking supplies and rotating food stock. The kitchen is equipped with steam ovens, walk in fridge, dishwasher, and plenty of prep space.  The Head Cook will be responsible for the preparation of 3 meals per day and light refreshments to be served to campers. We are looking for somebody who is comfortable in a camp kitchen environment and with a variety of equipment (camp) and who likes to be hands-on. Accommodations and meals will be provided to the selected candidate on the Berwick United Church Campgrounds. 

Key responsibilities:

  • Ordering and organizing the inventory storage
  • Planning menus, apportion ingredients and use food surpluses (buffet style dining)
  • Meal preparation and cooking
  • Maintaining a clean kitchen, including all equipment, pots, and pans 
  • Making sure the kitchen is a safe and hygienic place to work
  • Managing the kitchen and dining room staff
  • Control portion costs by working out the number of portions per food batch

Work Load

Sing Summer consists of multiple programs with varying enrolment numbers. The two core programs are our Junior & Youth Choir Camp (which runs from August 13th – 19th) and our Adult Choir Camp (which runs from August 21st – 26th). The first week will consist of 3 meals per day for approximately 75 campers and staff. The second week will consist of 3 meals per day for approximately 100 campers and staff. Additional programs over the weekends will mean additional participants at select meal times. This will be communicated in advance to the Head Cook 

Compensation

Compensation for this role will be $3000. Employment Insurance and Canada Pension Plan amounts will be deducted.

Experience

  • Experience of working and running a fast paced kitchen 
  • Some management experience would be an asset
  • Ability to multitask

Qualifications

  • Health and safety or food hygiene qualifications are essential to this position
  • Ability to work long days and weekends
  • Ability to work in fast paced environment
  • Attention to details in work is important. 
  • Food and safety certificate. – WHMIS certified

To apply, contact: anne@nscf.ca

We Are Hiring

Nova Scotia Choral Federation is seeking a motivated, well-organized, energetic individual to join our team for an 8-week term position as Program Assistant. This position includes 35 hours per week for 8 weeks.  Work will take place at the Nova Scotia Choral Federation office as well as on site during the Unison Festival at the Halifax Convention Centre. The candidate will work in collaboration with team members to assist in the planning, implementation, and support of NSCF programs, events and services including the Unison Festival. This position requires an individual with good communications, organizational and project management skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Google suite; experience with data entry and social media are good assets.

The position is supported through Employment and Social Development Canada, Canada Summer Jobs program. 

Eligibility Requirements: 

Candidates must be between 15 and 30, a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or a person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with provincial/territorial legislation and regulations.

We strongly encourage applicants who identify as Indigenous, Black/of African descent, racialized/person of colour, disabled/person with disabilities, and/or a member of 2SLGBTQ+ communities. We respectfully request that you self-identify in your application if you are a member of one or more of these equity groups.

Start Date: May 2023 (ASAP).

Contact: Tim Cross @ tim@nscf.ca

Please include a cover letter and resume.

Administrative Director, Choirs for Change

Administrative Director of Choirs for Change (Contractor) –

Equity-Seeking Candidates Prioritized

To apply, send a resume and cover letter to Choirs for Change Board of Directors Co-Chairs Robbie Mason and Megan Johnson at choirsforchange@gmail.com by April 20th 2023.

About Choirs for Change:
Choirs for Change Association is a non-profit arts organization registered in Nova Scotia (Mi’kma’ki). Founded in 2017, Choirs for Change supports the activities of three choral ensembles in the Halifax (Kjipuktuk) region: Spíra, Polaris, and Eastern Horizon. Together, these ensembles strive to support social change movements through innovative choral events (http://www.choirsforchange.ca/).

Our Commitment to Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility
Choirs for Change is an organization dedicated to social justice, inclusion, equity, accessibility, and diversity. We lead with these values and seek to create an environment that is actively anti-racist, Queer+ focused, and which amplifies the contributions of equity-deserving voices. We strongly encourage, and will prioritize, applicants who identify as Indigenous, Black/of African descent, racialized/person of colour, disabled/person with disabilities, and/or a member of 2SLGBTQ+ communities. We respectfully request that you self-identify in your application if you are a member of one or more of these equity groups.

Administrative Director Position: In this role, you will be responsible for:

Managing the organization’s finances, including depositing revenue (including membership fees), tracking expenses, and distributing contractor reimbursements and payments;

Drafting and submitting grant applications to support the organization’s activities;

Supporting concert preparations and execution;

Overseeing audience development strategy and initiatives; and

Assisting with general administrative tasks as they arise, such as website management. You may also be asked to supervise other contractors as they are engaged, such as Concert Assistants and a Marketing Assistant.

Your role includes completing these duties for all three of the organization’s choirs: Polaris, Eastern Horizon, and Spíra. To help you succeed in these duties, you will be supported by the organization’s choral conductors and Board of Directors. As each choir runs on a different schedule and the preparation of grants, concerts, and other time-intensive duties ebb and flow, the time commitment will vary from week to week. We anticipate an average of four hours per week.

We expect you to act in compliance with our organizational policies, including the Anti-Harassment Policy.

To support the advancement of the organization, you will be required to participate in organization Committees. As well, your attendance will be expected at all Board meetings (2 hours, typically every two months, remote attendance is possible), for which you will submit a written report in advance for Board review. Accordingly, you will be accountable to the Board in this work.

Qualifications:

● Strong background in arts or non-profit administration and operations

● Experience with payroll or finance management

● A demonstrated history of successful grant applications

● Background in community engagement activities

● Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Google suite; experience with website management and/or social media applications is an asset

● Superior planning, organizational, and time management skills

● Commitment to principles of social justice and equity

Compensation:

You will engage in this role as an independent contractor. You are responsible for providing yourself a place of work and the necessary tools you require to complete the work. You are further responsible for making any required tax remittances owed on any compensation paid to you by the organization. The organization will compensate you at a rate of $400.00 CAD per month, subject to a revised lesser amount based on the total membership fee revenue collected during the year.

Kindly direct any questions about the position to choirsforchange@gmail.com. We look forward to receiving your application.

Choir Director, Dartmouth Choral Society

The DARTMOUTH CHORAL SOCIETY seeks a Choral Director to start September 2023

We are searching for a director who will continue to provide enjoyable and musically challenging experiences for our members.

The Dartmouth Choral Society is a four-part, non-auditioned 60 member community choir. We are the longest continuously performing community choir in Nova Scotia, soon entering our 70th year of singing and performing for the community. Throughout its history the Dartmouth Choral Society has provided an artistic opportunity for members to sing some of the great choral works from the renaissance to the contemporary.

Our choral year consists of two terms, September to December, rehearsing weekly to present a Seasonal Concert, and January to April/May culminating in a Spring Concert. The Choir may participate in other concerts/performances at the discretion of the Director.

The responsibilities of the Director include in part:

  • the selection of music and liaising with the librarian to acquire music
  • notifying the accompanist in advance of musical selections for each rehearsal
  • conducting weekly 2 hour rehearsals
  • providing musical instruction to the choir
  • holding auditions as required to determine the appropriate range for a voice or to
    select soloists
  • preparing the choir for at least two concerts per year and directing these concerts
  • recommending guest performers for concerts
  • consulting regularly with the President on matters of choir administration such as
    concert dates, venues, program content, suggested honoraria for guest performers
    and on choir progress.

The application deadline is March 24th, 2023. Applications should be sent electronically to the Selection Committee: dartmouthchoral1954@gmail.com
For further information contact the President Bep Demings: dartmouthchoral1954@gmail.com

Employment Opportunity: Director of Music (Part Time), Grace United Church

Director of Music (Part-time)
Grace United Church
Dartmouth, N.S.

Grace United Church is seeking a Director of Music to provide leadership and coordination of the Ministry of Music which is an integral, well-respected and beloved part of our worship and community.

Grace United Church is an affirming ministry, committed to transforming lives by living God’s vision as an active part of the diverse community in the heart of Dartmouth. We are a welcoming community of people who cherish our faith, one another and the opportunity to make a difference.

The Director of Music works as a member of the Ministry Team and Worship Committee to build upon and enhance the over 160 year history of compassion and excellence in preaching, music, community outreach and congregational care. We offer hybrid services (both in-person and live-stream) which are then posted to our YouTube channel which boasts a far-reaching audience.

The person in this position has the training and vision to continue, enhance and expand the Ministry of Music by working collaboratively with other members of the Ministry Team and Worship Committee while encouraging and supporting volunteers, choir members and musicians of all ages. This involves selecting, conducting and playing a variety of styles of organ, piano and choral music appropriate to our worship services. Grace United Church houses a pipe organ (Canadian Pipe Organ Company, 2 manual), a grand piano (Yamaha) and 2 electric pianos (Yamaha). As well, a dedicated group of 25-30 make up the SATB, adult choir who attend regular weekly rehearsals and worship services, special services, funerals and community concerts. Within the choir is a number of capable and willing soloists and musicians who also regularly contribute to the Ministry of Music.

There is a small budget for acquisition of new music in addition to an extensive, existing library.

Terms of Employment
Hours: 12 hours per week with some flexibility. 5 weeks paid summer leave during church closure (July/August in alternating years).

Remuneration: Determined using RCCO standards and commensurate with experience and education.
A small budget to assist with professional development fees is available.
There will be a contract with annual review by the Ministry and Personnel Committee.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor of music degree or equivalent experience and previous church musician experience.
The successful candidate will demonstrate keyboard proficiency (piano and organ) and choral conducting skills.

Optimal Start Date: August 1, 2023

Application and Selection Process:
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume outlining experience, education, skills, attributes and 3 references to: apply@gracedartmouth.ca
Deadline for applications: April 14, 2023

On the basis of the application, a short list of candidates will be selected for in-person/zoom interview. An audition will be organized. Police and vulnerable sector check will also be required.

For a detailed job description or more information about life at Grace United Church please visit our website at www.gracedartmouth.ca
Past services may be viewed on the Grace United Church YouTube channel at youtube.com/gracedartmouth

JOB POSTING – EVENT COORDINATOR

Unison Choruses Canada is a federal not-for-profit organization created to produce the Unison Festival, for 2SLGBTQIA+ choirs, every four years. The festival brings together choirs from across Canada for a non-competitive celebration of choral music in the queer community. This exciting and fun-filled festival is being held in Halifax NS from May 19 to 22, 2023, at the Halifax Convention Centre; and will host over 500 delegates and hundreds of local concert goers.

The Halifax-based Festival Planning Committee is looking for an Event Coordinator. The ideal candidate is an energetic, detail-oriented, and dedicated person who can work both independently and as part of a dynamic team. The Coordinator reports to, and takes direction from, the Festival Co-Chairs; and works in collaboration with the Festival Artistic Directors, the Unison Administrator, and volunteer committees. The Coordinator will organize, promote and execute the concerts, workshops, social events, and other activities that make up the Festival schedule. Key responsibilities include event management and administration, financial coordination, and relationship management with local partners and supporters. In addition, the Coordinator will work in cooperation with team members in marketing communications and volunteer coordination.

DETAILED JOB DESCRIPTION

BEFORE THE FESTIVAL

• Work extensively with Integra Planner software in collaboration with Unison Administrator; manage registrations; provide first-level support to choruses and delegates; prepare for in-person registration and delegate badge pick-up

• Manage contracts and coordinate logistical details for Festival venues and event sites, social events, delegate accommodations, delegate services, and hospitality

• Manage contracts and coordinate logistical details for guest artists, accompanists, workshop leaders, guest speakers, other professionals hired for the Festival

• Arrange and manage food and beverage contracts

• Manage logistics such as transportation, parking, schedules, and signage

• Oversee production of passes, tickets, delegate packages, festival programs, and other materials required for the Festival

• Coordinate Festival updates on Unison website

• Provide support as needed to marketing communications and volunteer coordination

• Assist the financial team with developing cost projections

• Provide administrative support to the Festival Planning Committee and subcommittees

• Reports to the Co-Chairs and updates the Festival Planning Committee regularly. Keeps other stakeholders fully informed of Festival preparation progress. Stakeholders may include the Festival Artistic Directors, Unison Administrator, venue managers, volunteers, etc.

• Liaise with Festival Planning Committee members, other Unison personnel, key volunteers, contractors, vendors, and Unison partners

• Maintain records and official documents pertaining to the Festival

• Ensure the Festival follows all applicable standards for health and safety, legal and insurance obligations

• Act as principal liaison with the Halifax Convention Centre (Festival venue)

• Direct the work of an Assistant Coordinator

• Other duties as may be required or assigned

DURING THE FESTIVAL

• Oversee and manage onsite registration, information, and orientation for delegates and contracted staff

• Oversee and manage Festival Store

• Oversee set-up, operation, and take-down for Festival events

• Serve as a point of contact for venue personnel and outside vendors, contractors, and suppliers

• Ensure that the Festival is run according to plan and troubleshoot problems that arise onsite during the Festival

• Assist in the collection of data about Festival event attendance, market impact, and other relevant statistics as determined by the Unison Board of Directors

AFTER THE FESTIVAL

• Manage post-Festival wrap-up of contracts

• Produce a post-Festival report for the Festival Planning Committee and Unison Board of Directors, detailing the activities carried out by the Event Coordinator and documenting lessons learned

• Assist in the collection of feedback from delegates, volunteers, and audience members

• Ensure that all documents relevant to the Festival are transferred to the Unison Administrator

QUALIFICATIONS

• Proven event management experience

• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to both lead and work with others

• Excellent English communication skills, both written and verbal

• Excellent computer skills (Word, Excel, email, etc.) and facility to learn new software quickly, such as the Integra Planning Software

• Excellent time management and organizational skills

• Demonstrated ability to identify key issues and creatively and strategically overcome internal and external challenges and obstacles

• Previous experience working with not-for-profit artistic organizations is considered an asset

• Previous experience working with choirs or choral music programs is considered an asset

• English and French bilingualism would be considered an asset

EDUCATION

The successful candidate will have appropriate university or community college education and at least three years of experience in managing similar events.

CONTRACT PERIOD AND COMPENSATION

The contract period is from mid-August 2022 to early June 2023, and will not exceed 500 hours. Months leading in to the Festival will ramp up as needed with more hours required as the event draws near. During the Festival itself, the time commitment will be at least 12 hours per day. The Coordinator is required to be available and onsite for the duration of the Festival (May 19 to May 22, 2023). During the lead-up, the Coordinator must be available to accommodate evening and weekend activities such as Planning Committee Meetings and Unison events. The Coordinator is responsible for providing their own workspace and basic computer equipment. A valid driver’s licence and access to a personal vehicle is required for the position. Compensation will be commensurate with experience. Expenses will be reimbursed as per Unison policy.

TO APPLY

Submit letter of application and resume to positions@unisonfestivalunisson.ca by 4:30 pm on June 17, 2022. Letter should include a clear statement of contract fee expectation. Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS

Unison Choruses Canada values the diversity of the people it hires and serves. Diversity for us means fostering a workplace in which individual differences are recognized, appreciated, respected and responded to in ways that fully develop and utilize each person’s talents and strengths. We value new perspectives, original ideas, and individuals who support this same commitment. We strongly encourage members from the Indigenous, Black, racialized, 2SLGBTQIA+, persons with disability, refugee and newcomer communities to express interest in the position.

The Unison Festival will take place within Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship”. We acknowledge and honour the Mi’kmaq people who have cared for and continue to care for this land. Unison Chorus Canada is continuing to learn and evolve, to walk together with the many Indigenous nations of Canada in the preservation and celebration of cultural traditions.

JOB POSTING – FUNDRAISING COORDINATOR

Unison Choruses Canada is a federal not-for-profit organization created to produce the Unison Festival, for 2SLGBTQIA+ choirs, every four years. The festival brings together choirs from across Canada for a non-competitive celebration of choral music in the queer community. This exciting and fun-filled festival is being held in Halifax NS from May 19 to 22, 2023, at the Halifax Convention Centre, and will host over 500 delegates and hundreds of local concert-goers.

The Halifax-based Festival Planning Committee is looking for a Fundraising Coordinator.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Unison Choruses Canada is looking for an outgoing, determined, and energetic individual with a proven track record in event-based sponsorship and funding. The Coordinator reports to, and

takes direction from, the Festival Co-Chairs and works in collaboration with the Finance & Fundraising Committee, Festival Artistic Directors, the Unison Administrator, and volunteer

committees. The key responsibility of the Fundraising Coordinator will be to secure financial support through cash and in-kind sponsorships, donations, and grants for the festival as components of overall festival income generation.

GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION

• Work with the Festival Planning Committee and the Finance & Fundraising Committee to source, nurture and expand relationships with the community and with corporate partners

• Seek out and apply for grants from all possible sources

• Develop a timeline of income target achievement

• Implement, maintain, and add to, the Unison Sponsorship Framework

• Secure and implement all cash and in-kind sponsorships for the festival, including local media sponsorships

• Achieve the fundraising goal of $52.5K to $72.5K by April 30, 2023

• Prepare sponsorship agreements for approval by the Finance & Fundraising Committee

• Ensure all sponsorships are implemented and fulfilled as per the terms of the agreements

• Ensure all sponsorship materials are received by Unison by April 30, 2023

• Maintain oversight of sponsorship activities including, but not limited to, tracking proposals, agreements, activation schedules, delivery of sponsor materials, shot lists for event days and reporting to meet obligations as prescribed in specific sponsorship agreements

• Attend Festival and Fundraising Committee meetings and make progress reports

• Contribute to post-Festival reporting, knowledge development and future sponsorship capacity by detailing the activities carried out and documenting lessons learned

• Share and celebrate the values of Unison Festival 2023 to cultivate new sponsors that align with organizational values, through the development of a strong message and compelling narrative about the festival’s purpose and need, in print and online

• Other duties as may arise throughout the contract term

QUALIFICATIONS

• Demonstrated track record of fund development in the not-for-profit sector

• Experience with event-based sponsorship generation

• Experience in the Arts sector is an asset

• Demonstrated success in sourcing and creating sponsorship relationships in support of organizational goals and values

• Demonstrated excellence in organizational, managerial and communication skills

• Membership in a Fundraising body is considered an asset, but not required

EDUCATION

The successful candidate will have appropriate education and at least three years of experience in sponsorship-related revenue generation and engagement, donations, and grants

CONTRACT PERIOD AND COMPENSATION

Term of work will be from mid-August through to early June 2023 and will include a final wrap up report to the Finance & Fundraising Committee after the Festival. The position is a part-time contract with a total remuneration package of $8,000 to be paid in equal monthly payments.

Additionally, a cash bonus of up to $2,500 is available as follows:

• When the minimum fundraising goal of $52.5K is achieved from all sources, a $1,500 cash bonus will be paid.

• If the fundraising achievement reaches $60K+, an additional $1,000 cash bonus will be paid.

TO APPLY

Submit letter of application and resume to Positions@unisonfestivalunisson.ca by 4:30 pm on June 17, 2022. Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS

Unison Choruses Canada values the diversity of the people it hires and serves. Diversity for us means fostering a workplace in which individual differences are recognized, appreciated, respected and responded to in ways that fully develop and utilize each person’s talents and strengths. We value new perspectives, original ideas, and individuals who support this same commitment. We strongly encourage members from the Indigenous, Black, racialized, LGBTQ2S+, persons with disability, refugee and newcomer communities to express interest in the position.

The Unison Festival will take place within Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship”. We acknowledge and honour the Mi’kmaq people who have cared for and continue to care for this land. Unison Chorus Canada is continuing to learn and evolve, to walk together with the many Indigenous nations of Canada in the preservation and celebration of cultural traditions.

Job Posting: Halifax Camerata Singers – Artistic Director

Halifax Camerata Singers Seeks Artistic Director
also serving as Chorus Master for the Symphony Nova Scotia Chorus


Halifax Camerata Singers is Atlantic Canada’s premier chamber choir. Founded in 1986 by its current Artistic Director, Jeff Joudrey, the Nova Scotia ensemble has distinguished itself by performing exciting choral repertoire that covers all periods and styles, with special attention to Canadian music. This auditioned choir is known for high performance standards, claiming national recognition and the Healey Willan Prize in Choral Canada’s 2010 National Competition for Amateur Choirs.

Members of Halifax Camerata Singers come from many communities. The choir often appears in collaboration with chamber ensembles, Symphony Nova Scotia, and other musicians. Since 2001, it has also been the core choir of the Symphony Nova Scotia Chorus. The ensemble has performed in regional concert series such as Music at the Three Churches, Musique Royale, Music at Trinity, the Dartmouth Community Concert Series, and the Indian River Festival in PEI.

The Halifax Camerata Singers organization has an active program of commissioning choral music from Canadian and international composers and is proud to encourage young singers through its Youth Mentoring Program, bursaries for the Nova Scotia Youth Choir, and commissioning emerging and established composers.

To read the full job posting, click here.

Application Deadline: June 1, 2022

For more information about Halifax Camerata Singers, visit their website: HalifaxCamerata.org.

Job Posting: Trinity Anglican Church – Music Director & Organist

Trinity Anglican Church in Digby, Nova Scotia is seeking a part time organist and choir director to begin immediately.

Trinity Anglican has a small, energetic and very committed congregation with a special emphasis on our music ministry. Blessed with a small Casavant pipe organ and a Mason Hamblin grand piano,  a 15-member SATB choir performs anthems, hymns and mass settings at the weekly Sunday Eucharist. In addition to a Sunday morning rehearsal, the choir meets weekly for an 1.5 hour rehearsal on a weekday evening.  In addition, the choir performs at several concerts including a summer lunch-hour concert during our busy tourism season. Our concerts usually attract interested music lovers from the broader community and are well attended. Ideal candidates might be a retired or semi-retired organist and choir director who lives in or would like to move to the area and is hoping to keep their toes active by playing, leading the choir and our congregation in weekly worship as well as helping our choir learn and grow. The successful candidate may also  use the church as a space to offer voice, piano and/or organ lessons as well as for personal practice space.

To read the full Job Posting, click here. 

Please direct applications to dianeallen70@gmail.com