Positions Available

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. Both part time and full time jobs are welcome. Questions? Contact us at 212-870-2311, ext. 4318 or Email.

If you need an organist immediately, see local AGO chapter online lists of substitute organists.

Employers:

Post New Position Available or Access Your Existing Account to Update a Current Job Posting

  • It is not necessary to be a member to post a job posting.
  • Jobs may be posted directly on this website.
  • The charge for the online service is $85.00 for the first month and $125.00 for two months.
  • You may also pay online in the posting section.
Job Seekers:

Search Positions Available

Having trouble reaching the job board?
If you are seeing a “please wait” screen after logging in, close the blinking window. Then click on the Search Positions Available text again. You may have to close the blinking window several times, but eventually the jobs page will load.

We understand the importance of the Job Board to our members. We are in the final stages of negotiating a new Association Management System (AMS) which will include a new and improved job board. Until that system is in place, please continue to report any problems with the job board by calling AGO Headquarters at 212-870-2310.

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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.