Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is an equal opportunity employer.
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Purpose: Primary responsibility is to provide administrative and logistical support in the planning and implementation of activities and events for the Membership Ministry and Adult Programs Team (APT). This involves program planning and follow-up, data entry, implementation of event logistics, as well as providing support to the Minister for Congregational Engagement on projects and programs as needed. The Program Assistant works collegially with ministers, staff, volunteers, members, friends, and visitors.
Reports to: Minister for Congregational Engagement.
Supervises: No direct supervision of other staff.
Work Schedule: 20 hours/week
Flexible hours that includes Sunday mornings 8:30 am – 1 pm, as well as flexible hours Monday through Friday, between 10 AM to 4 PM. Occasional evenings and Saturdays as needed.
Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, age, national or ethnic origin, disability, sexual orientation, or marital status.
Purpose - The major responsibility of the Pianist is to collaborate with the Director of Music and Lead Minister to develop a worship experience and environment that is strengthened by the connection between worship and music.
1. Provide hymn support and weekly preludes that are consistent with the service topic.
2. Accompany and rehearse with the Eno River Singers (Thursday evenings) and rotating small ensembles that rehearse after the main choir rehearsal on Thursdays.
3. Accompany soloists, instrumentalists, and ensembles for worship and/or special services.
4. Submit information for the bulletins in a timely fashion as determined by the office staff.
5. Play for four special services throughout the year (Music Sunday, Christmas Eve).
6. Accompany and solo at two evening concerts throughout the year.
7. Attend occasional meetings with the Director of Music and Lead Minister to develop and enhance music in worship.
8. Collaborate with staff ministers and other worship leaders as needed.
a. Ability to play a wide variety of musical styles, in both the written and aural tradition.
b. Significant experience in accompanying a high quality amateur choral ensemble. Ability to play parts/sight read.
c. Comfortable as a solo performer.
d. Alignment with Unitarian Universalist values.
e. Performance experience in a worship setting.