Job Opportunities

Choir Director/Primary Organist (part-time)

The ideal candidate will have a visible and vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ displayed in his/her leadership of an established adult choir and in their leadership of the church’s music for the Classic Worship Ministry.

Expectations include leading and encouraging existing adult choir; directing rehearsals (1 weekly, 9 months per year); being responsible for worship music for Classic Worship every Sunday (8:45 and 10:00 a.m.), collaborating with Music Director and other staff to develop meaningful and effective worship that continues to grow in scope and excellence.

Find pipe organ specifications available here.

The ideal candidate will be familiar with all aspects of Protestant Worship and display an understanding of worship needs in the local church. He/she will be proficient in playing the pipe organ, have experience directing adult choirs, and be skilled at planning and executing all aspects of Classic Worship music.
Candidates must demonstrate spiritual character and maturity, passion for Christ and their ministry, enthusiasm, vision, versatility, effective communication and administration skills and teamwork in the leadership of an established and growing Classic Worship Ministry.

You can find the full job description for this position here.

To apply, please send resume, completed application (at pumc.org), rehearsal video (video of you rehearsing an adult choir), worship video (video of you playing organ and directing a choir in a worship setting), and salary requirements to [email protected]. Completed applications received by January 31, 2019, will be given priority consideration.

Organist/Accompanist (part-time)

The ideal candidate will have a visible and vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ displayed in his/her work of accompanying and established adult choir and in providing keyboard music (piano and pipe organ) for the Classic Worship Ministry (Sundays 8:45 and 10:00 a.m.)

Expectations include accompanying existing adult choir in music they sing in Classic Worship; playing for rehearsals (1 weekly, 9 months per year); providing keyboard music (piano and pipe organ) for Classic Worship on Sundays (8:45 and 10:00 a.m.), all under the direction of the Music Director.

Find pipe organ specifications available here.

The ideal candidate will be proficient in playing the piano and pipe organ, have experience accompanying adult choirs, and be skilled at playing all variety of Classic Worship music.
Candidates must demonstrate spiritual character and maturity, passion for Christ and their ministry, enthusiasm, vision, versatility, effective communication and administration skills and teamwork.

You can find the full job description for this position here.

To apply, please send resume, completed application, rehearsal video (video of you rehearsing with an adult choir), worship video (video of you playing organ and accompanying a choir in a worship setting), and salary requirements to [email protected]. Completed applications received by January 31, 2019, will be given priority consideration.

Director of Preschool Programs (full-time, year-round)

The ideal candidate will have a visible and vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ displayed in his/her leadership of an established Preschool and early-childhood development programs at Plainfield United Methodist Church.

Expectations include directing the day to day operations of PUMC's Preschool Programs for children ages 12-month through Pre-K. Tasks include developing a safe, stimulating, loving and Christian environment for learning; directing program staff, and working with PUMC and Preschool staff to integrate PUMC vision, values, and mission. Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education or equivalent experience is required.

Candidates must demonstrate spiritual character and maturity, passion for Christ and their ministry, enthusiasm, vision, versatility, effective communication and administration skills and teamwork.

You can find the full job description for this position here.

To apply, please send resume, completed application, references, and salary requirements to [email protected]. Completed applications received by January 31, 2019, will be given priority consideration.