About Southside Baptist Church
About the Position
The Worship Pastor develops and oversees the music, tech, and creative arts ministry of the Church. Serves as an associate pastor in administration, counseling, and other areas as the church may require.
Job Responsibilities & Duties
- Directs the planning, organizing, conducting, and evaluating of a comprehensive music, tech, and fine arts ministry including choirs, vocals, instrumental groups, and seasonal presentations that promote the total church ministry. Personally oversee all adult and adolescent choirs; working with the leaders of the choirs in partnership.
- Plans and executes effective and engaging weekly rehearsals for all choirs, instruments.
- Under the direction set by the Senior Pastor, designs a creative worship environment for church services and ensures the presentation of well-prepared musical, technical, and creative material.
- Enlists, trains, and supervises paid and volunteer workers for the music, tech, and arts ministry.
- Develops and oversees a technology team that utilizes all forms of technology (Planning Center, ProPresenter, Livestream, video, lighting, sound. etc.) to facilitate worship.
- Develops and manages an annual budget that effectively supports the music, tech, and arts ministry.
- Oversees the purchase and maintenance of the music library, materials, supplies, musical instruments, sound equipment, Livestream and media equipment.
- Performs pastoral duties such as visitation and counseling, and contact with members and prospective members.
- Provides assistance with music when requested for weddings, funerals, and other church-related events and activities.
- Confidence in his salvation and a doctrinal position consistent with the Baptist Faith and Message of 2000.
- Competence in vocal and instrumental music.
- Demonstrates leadership and creativity with a mix of classic to modern congregational singing, adult and age-graded choirs, lead vocal groups, band and orchestral instruments, and seasonal presentations.
- College/seminary degree is strongly preferred in the ministry area.
- Must have proven interpersonal and administrative strengths including the ability to organize, plan, delegate, manage and execute tasks and programs with passion while staying to current trends.
- The ability to develop and equip leaders in the ministry area; promoting a strong foundation of ministry within the church itself.
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About the Savannah, GA Community
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