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On-call Organist/Pianist

On-call Organist/Pianist Posted Date 17 hours ago Number of Openings1 Closing DateOpen Until Filled Type of SearchStaff Who May ApplyThis position is open to all qualified applicants. Position Number010672 Campus St. Paul Department/UnitOffice for Campus Ministry - Center for Ministry FLSA StatusNon-Exempt/Hourly Employment TypeCasual/On-Call Staff Assigned Months per Year12 Benefits EligibleNo Special InstructionsApplicants will be asked to upload a resume to their profile and copy/paste a cover letter into the application. Overview The University of St. Thomas invites qualified candidates to apply for a part-time Organist/Pianist position within the Center for Ministry. The part-time Organist/Pianist (OP) at the University of Saint Thomas works collaboratively to support and enhance the liturgies of the campus community at the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas. The professional musician must be faith-filled, willing to serve God and others with an understanding of ministry, its needs and pastoral needs in an academic setting. The OP should be flexible, punctual, organized, and have the ability to work both independently and with students, professional staff and volunteer ministers. The part-time OP position requires an average of 10 hours a week during the academic year and reduced hours in January and during the summer. The OP is supervised by and reports to the Assistant Director for Liturgy and Music. Primary responsibilities include: Primary OP for the 11:00 AM Sunday Mass Primary OP for the 12:10 PM weekday Mass (Monday-Friday) Primary accompanist for the Liturgical Choir Rehearsing with cantors before Mass Assist for major solemnities and festivities within the liturgical calendar The OP accompanies the weekday 12:10 PM Mass and the Sunday 11:00 AM Mass. The OP cooperates with the Assistant Director for Liturgy and Music playing for some solemnities and festivities within the liturgical calendar (including Christmas, Triduum and Easter). The Liturgical Choir (LC) is a university choir and it is directed by a professional conductor. The LC meets twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon 1:30-3:10 PM in the St. Thomas Chapel during the Fall Semester (September-December) and during the Spring Semester (February- May). The LC serves at the 1