Wanted: Saint Joseph Parish music director

We are currently seeking applicants for the position of Saint Joseph Catholic Parish Music Director. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Deb Travnick, Business Manager. The deadline for applications is April 30, 2013.

The music director (part-time position; up to 29 hours) will:

  • Report to the Pastor, and implement his overall vision for the music program.
  • Coordinate the Parish Music Program as it relates to the Liturgy Program, working in tandem with the Liturgy Committee, as well as musicians and vocalists, to promote and support the vision that Saint Joseph Catholic Church Masses each offer distinctly different styles of worship music.
  • Approach the music program with enthusiasm and a sense of obedience to the needs of the parish.
  • Attend and actively participate in Liturgy Committee meetings, typically Thursday afternoons, 2 – 4 p.m.
  • Work well with others.
  • Continually work to bring in new talent.
  • Be a musician and/or vocalist.
  • Provide a managerial approach to staffing Mass music slots, including personally serving in a musical role at Masses, as needed.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

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About Karin Livingston

Mrs. Livingston taught at Saint Joseph Catholic School with a State of Colorado teaching license for 15 years before moving into the parish-school technology coordinator position in 2006. Mrs. Livingston was instrumental in piloting the technology aspects of the school literacy program, including introduction of the Accelerated Reader reading practice program, and the Student Teacher Assessment of Reading (STAR) program. Mrs. Livingston has been a parishioner at Saint Joseph Catholic Church since 1993. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Science from the University of California at Davis. Mrs. Livingston blogs and is the author of the young-adult equestrian novel, Winning Bet.
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