Director of Music and Worship of Arts



This position oversees, manages and/or coordinates all aspects of spirit-led and faith-building music, drama, dance, visual and other artistic expressions of worship campus-wide. The Music and Worship Arts Director is committed to a blended/convergence worship style that is creative, visionary, flexible, diverse and consistent with the Heritage of Faith of Kenneth Copeland Ministries. The position reports to the EMIC Director of Operations.




  • Works closely with the senior pastors to develop worship programming that supports and enhances their vision and goals for our congregation and partners.
  • Develops, oversees and/or coordinates the growth of all campus-wide music and worship arts programs for all ages.
  • Responsible for the creation, development, and direction of the church choirs for:
    1. Adult
    2. Young adult
    3. Youth
    4. Children
  • Plans and provides program development and leadership for EMIC Worship Nights; Provides a platform for guests and new talent
  • Provides musical support for visiting ministers/guests with appropriate music
  • Manages the musical flow for prayer meetings
  • Key producer of musical writing, orchestration and execution of musical productions
  • Develop band for children, youth, and young adults; Includes musical instrument instruction
  • Provide and develop support for KCM meetings
  • Teach technical school including music theory, fundamentals of instrumentation
  • Provides community outreaches via teambuilding for music lessons and events
  • Develop song writers
  • Develop new music team for church planting efforts
  • Key contributor and manager of Television/Network Productions
    1. Write music for Spots, Opens, Closes, Programming
  • Oversees the spiritual and artistic development of music teams by equipping and ministering to the individual members of those teams.
  • Oversees the spiritual and artistic development of the various worship arts leaders and teams by ministering to them through prayer, teaching, coaching, training, mentoring and Godly example.
  • Works in coordination and consultation with the KCM Music Consultant to promote worship arts continuity and integration ministry-wide.
  • Teaches or preaches in EMIC/KCM services and Kenneth Copeland Bible College when scheduled.
  • Encourages high standards of spiritual commitment and ministry excellence in all worship arts team members, holding them accountable for their public ministry at EMIC/KCM



  • Researches, develops and selects worship music consistent with the message and culture of EMIC
  • Works with the Creative Service Team to determine flow of services
  • Creates service flow elements for each service and enters them into Planning Center Online for all team members to use for service preparation
  • Oversees all rehearsals related to the campus-wide music program to insure professionalism, timeliness and productivity
  • Conducts auditions and rehearsals, and directs all development, training and selection of team members for all praise and worship and music teams
  • Develops skill sets of all music team members for special audio and video recordings
  • Oversees the maintenance of ACS roster and Planning Center Online databases of all praise and worship team members and potential substitute musicians
  • Oversees the scheduling of rehearsals and music team members for all EMIC services campus-wide
  • Oversees preparation of new instrumental and vocal charts for adult music teams and provides lyrics for all new music to teleprompt team
  • Oversees the maintenance of music chart/ lyric books, archives and online resources for all praise and worship team members campus-wide
  • Oversees the preparation and maintenance of all records and reports relating to CCLI (church copyright licensing)
  • Conducts training classes, seminars and workshops in related areas
  • Provides direction to audio, TV, internet and tape duplication with regards to services
  • Oversees staff, contractors and volunteers who lead Student Ministries worship programs and teams (i.e., Superkids, 1440, Young Adults, etc.)
  • Plans seasonal and special event worship services


  • Pastoral, musical and artistic oversight of worship arts teams’ campus-wide
  • Leading, organizing, managing, training and providing feedback worship arts staff, students and volunteers



  • Preferred Bible School or College degree


  • Minimum five years praise and worship experience
  • Minimum five years administrative/supervisory experience
  • Full-time pastoral/ministry experience preferred
  • Demonstrated leadership/management abilities
  • Demonstrated experience leading a congregation in corporate worship
  • Demonstrated musical & vocal skill at a very high level



  • Ability to lead praise and worship
  • Keyboard or instrument abilities preferred
  • Music and ear training preferred
  • Ability to read music and assist with musical arrangements
  • Strong leadership and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to communicate professionally in both verbal and written form
  • Ability to react with appropriate urgency to situations and events that require quick response or turnaround


  • Travel to various sites for ministry on behalf of EMIC or KCM.
  • Other related duties as assigned.
  • Demonstrate a spirit of excellence, self-motivation and the ability to take initiative
  • Operate with pre-emptive thinking, must be discerning and able to make good judgment decisions with minimum supervision



  • Computer, Telephone, Audio Equipment, Printer, Copier, Fax Machine


  • Must be able to stand for a extended periods of time
  • Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines such as computers, fax machines, calculators, telephones and other office equipment
  • Must be able to lift 30 lbs.
  • Requires excellent hearing and vocal abilities
  • Requires normal range of vision
  • Must be able to pull, push, stand, sit, stoop, bend, reach, move or carry equipment


  • Must be able to multi task, problem solve and organize, with ability to see the big picture as well as the details, a proactive thinker, a visionary, motivator, decisive and confident



  • Works in a fast-paced creative environment including rehearsals, church services and an office environment
  • Must be able to work nights and weekends



  • Born again believer and must adhere to the doctrines of this organization as upheld by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland and their appointed representatives
  • Must work well with others, as a team and according to Romans 16:17, must not cause dissension and division
  • Must maintain a good attendance record
  • Must be a member of EMIC, regularly attend church services, and support the leadership of EMIC.
  • Must be a regular tither to EMIC.
  • Must possess a servant’s hear and operate as Armor Bearer.
  • Sensitive to needs of others, which includes a love and commitment to the members and congregation of EMIC and Kenneth Copeland Ministries staff.
  • Interpersonal skills necessary to interact with diverse groups of people, considerable skill and diplomacy in communication.  Ability to build effective working relationships inside and outside departments or groups.
  • Self-motivated and takes initiative.  Ability to react with appropriate urgency to situations and events that require quick response or turnaround.
  • Operates with pre-emptive thinking and must be discerning and able to make good judgment calls with minimum supervision.


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