Welcome to AGO Positions Available Online, a service of the American Guild of Organists. This interactive service is offered to all employers seeking the services of individuals in the organ and choral music fields and related professions, and to all AGO members seeking employment. Employers are invited to post positions available for organists, choral directors, church and synagogue music directors, music teachers, organ builders, technicians, sales personnel, and related positions. Incumbent organists are also invited to advertise for substitute musicians. Both part time and full time jobs are welcome.
- Jobs may be posted directly on this website.
- The charge for the online service is $75.00 for the first month and $95.00 for two months.
- You may also pay online in the posting section.
Members will be directed to a login screen where they will be required to enter their Username (first initial of first name and last name, such as jsmith for John Smith) and password (AGO ID number) as they appear on their TAO label. If you have questions about your Username or ID number, please contact AGO National Headquarters, 212-870-2310 ext. 4318, or e-mail email@example.com
AGO Members seeking a new position are encouraged to search the listings for positions of interest in your area. Click on Search Positions Available below. You may also wish to check with local AGO chapters for additional information. (See chapter listings under “Regions” on the AGO website.)
In accordance with the AGO Code of Ethics, AGO members may not accept a position with an employer who has wrongfully terminated an AGO member.
Inclusion of information in Positions Available web listings does not imply endorsement by the AGO, its committees, or local chapters. The American Guild of Organists cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of the material provided for these listings.
Salaries listed in Positions Available do not necessarily represent current compensation expectations of either the national organization or local AGO chapters. Job seekers are encouraged to research the working conditions and employment history of musicians in a particular situation as part of their preparation for applying for a position.