Employment Opportunities

Listed below are the current Employment Opportunities open at Moraga Valley Presbyterian Church.

MVPC has open positions working in the Music & Worship Department:

Associate Director of Music & Worship
We’re looking for a skilled, passionate, and Jesus-loving woman or man to join our Music & Worship team. This individual will be a worship-leading voice in both our morning and evening services, working with our Minister of Music & Worship to ensure that all services are planned and led with the utmost focus on Christ, musical excellence, and engagement of the congregation. This individual will also oversee our student worship bands, mentoring gifted young musicians and helping to ensure our student ministries programs have a strong worship culture. There are also opportunities for the candidate with experience and passion for children’s music.

Proficiency as a vocalist and worship leader is a must. Strong skill as a guitarist or keyboardist strongly preferred, as is at least a bachelor’s degree.

This position is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to explore or advance their career in music and worship leadership within a church context. This is a full-time, benefitted position with a competitive salary.

Contact Mike Loretto (mloretto@mvpctoday.org) with your resume, a cover letter, and video or audio (if available) of you performing and/or leading musical worship to explore how your gifts might intersect with MVPC’s ministry. 

Children’s Music Director

Part-Time Paid Position: Children’s Music Director – Jesus loves children and so do we at MVPC! If you love music, children and Jesus, enjoy teaching kids and seeing them grow in their faith and learn to sing joyfully to Him, this may be God’s calling for you! Teach the Kingdom Kids Choir Tuesdays, 4:45-5:30 pm, prepare music to help lead our congregation in Sunday worship, the Family Christmas Eve Service, and our Spring Children’s Musical. Requirements: variable, averages 6-8 hours/week, Oct-April. Contact: Mike Loretto (mloretto@mvpctoday.org).