Summary: The UBC Worship Coordinator will work to create weekly worship experiences and opportunities for the Sunday services of UBC that will allow people from all backgrounds to connect in a safe and welcoming environment. The role will also work to support and partner with musicians and our worship teams in helping to develop their skills and involvement. This person will work to recruit, train, and develop our Tenth UBC worship participants through creative and learning environments.
Hours/Status: Part-Time (16 hours/week)
Working Relationships: Reports to Tenth UBC Site Pastor(s), is a member of the Tenth UBC Team, and is supported by Tenth’s Worship Central Support Team.
- Effectively plans weekly community worship for UBC in collaboration with the Site Pastor(s) including:
- Schedules volunteer worship & arts teams and techs.
- Leads worship at UBC site at least twice per month (for months with 5 weeks - 3x per month).
- Plans and leads weekly rehearsals.
- Oversees Sunday morning pre-rehearsal and set-up of sound-system, stage, and instrumental set-up.
- Weekly updates PCO and Pro-Presenter and other worship arts equipment as it relates to UBC.
- Recruits, trains, and develops worship and arts & tech team volunteers for the UBC site.
- Arranges creative music as needed for special services/events (Christmas, Easter, etc..).
- Attends and participates in weekly UBC Staff Meetings.
- Assists in planning, serving, and leading worship at UBC’s annual retreat.
- Attends and participates in Tenth Worship Leader Team gatherings – Central Support (4-5x per year).
- Serves where required by the Site Pastor(s).
Required Skills and Experience:
- Worship or Creative Arts Diploma/Degree, Certified Musical Training/Education or significant work experience in leading congregational worship and teams.
- Some education in applicable field of study; Bachelor’s degree preferred.
- Strong gifting in at least one musical instrument and vocals.
- Strong leadership experience. Ability to recruit, equip, and mobilize volunteers for effective ministry.
- Spiritual maturity and engagement in ongoing, personal spiritual formation.
- Passion and ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-site, urban environment.
- Well organized with proven administrative abilities.
- Relational and outgoing, with a passion for connecting with people.