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Qualified candidates should send their resumes to Becky Hornback at HR@tmumc.org.



  • High School Diploma
  • Experience working with children and/or youth, counseling and/or Academic and/or specialized training in youth ministry OR minimum of two years’ experience working with youth.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Team player with effective relational skills
  • Proficient computer skills


  • Coordinates all programs and communications involving Middle School students
  • Develops events including Sunday school, Bible Studies, retreats and special events for Middle School ministries.
  • Develops and maintains all programming for Confirmation including special events, small group curriculum, retreats, field trips and worship services.
  • Manages all Middle School Sunday school classes and volunteers.
  • Assists in recruiting, training, leading and encouraging all volunteers for Middle School ministries.
  • Processes forms for promotional requests, room reservations, etc.
  • Assists in management of Middle School volunteers.
  • Coordinates and manages Middle School mission trips.
  • Assists with coordination and management of Middle School summer camps.
  • Serves as an integral member of the youth team including filling in upon the absence of a team member.
  • Frequent and relevant communication with parents



Frequent:  Sitting, Standing, Walking and Fine Manipulation


Indoors, Outdoors during some activities and retreats.

Qualified candidates should forward resume to Becky Hornback for consideration: 

Trietsch Memorial United Methodist Church
Attn:  Becky Hornback
6101 Morriss Road Flower Mound, TX 75026

TEC Preschool Music Teacher


  • Minimum education – Documentation of a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education/Child Development from an accredited college; Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with experience in teaching preschool children; Bachelor’s degree with experience in an acceptable preschool setting.
  • Must be able to sing in tune, keep a steady beat, and understand the fundamentals of music in regard to how it applies to young children
  • Must understand the process of child development
  • Personal and professional references required
  • Must complete necessary forms of employment
  • Must clear a criminal history check, FBI fingerprint, and drug test
  • Must have current certification in First Aid, rescue breathing, and choking from accredited organization
  • Must complete Ministry Safe Training (or Child Abuse and neglect with approval of Director)
  • Must meet basic health requirement of local and regulatory agency. A negative TB tine test must be on file (if applicable by Denton County Health Department)
  • Must complete 24 hours of “Pre-service” training before working in the classroom with the children
  • Must complete 24 hours of professional development classes per year from date of hire as outlined in the Staff Handbook.
  • Good oral communication spoken English can be easily understood
  • Must be able to relate positively to adults and children and work effectively with another adult in a classroom setting.
  • Must be able to fulfill physical requirements of position as outlined in Staff Handbook: including, but not limited to: sitting, running, walking, bending, standing, lifting, and cutting.


General responsibilities of Teacher:

  • Abide by the policies as set forth in the Staff Handbook, Parent Handbook, Employment Agreement, the TEC Charter and By-Laws, and the TDFPS Minimum Standards for Child Care Centers.
  • Be supportive of the program and policies of the center.
  • Create and manage impactful music performance programs
  • Maintain prompt hours that pertain his/her scheduled workdays:
  • Music class will be held 2 days a week to accommodate MWF and T/TH classes. Work times on campus will vary depending on the school year and enrollment number.
  • The time prior to the children’s arrival shall be utilized to prepare the learning environment. The time after all of the children are dismissed shall be utilized for classroom housekeeping/return of supplies.
  • Be conscientious of attendance: notifying Director/Assistant Director according to guidelines in Staff Handbook when a substitute teacher is needed.
  • Attend all staff meetings.
  • Maintain a neat, clean appearance and adhere to dress code.
  • Collaborate with TEC office, school staff, and parents to create a positive, energetic loving environment
  • Shall maintain high standards of professional ethics regarding children, parents, and staff.
  • Supervise the teacher’s assistant assigned to the class.
  • Counsel with the Director to discuss concerns related to the children, parents, and/or staff.

NOTE: The job description reflects a general description of the essential functions of the job; the documents listed in item #1 contain details; however, other work requirements may be inherited in the course of job performance.

Responsibilities of Teacher pertaining to classroom:

  • Continue to gain knowledge in the learning the process of child development/music and relate that understanding to teaching.
  • Maintain a safe and organized classroom environment that is free of hazards (including being able to see, hear, speak, and interact/ play with the children). The environment shall be interesting, engaging, aesthetically pleasing for children.
  • Adhere to all safety, health, sanitation, and emergency guidelines.
  • Prepare and implement dynamic and innovative daily music plans. Turn in monthly plan to the Director in a timely manner.
  • Communicate to the assistant for each class daily plans of activities


Responsibilities of Aide pertaining to children:

  • Supervise children to always ensure safety of each child. A child should NEVER be left alone.
  • Interact and respond to the children in a warm, supportive manner; maintaining an atmosphere where mutual respect exists; encouraging children to develop their own ideas; showing respect and support for each child’s unique nature and developmental needs.
  • Greet each child by name at arrival time each day.
  • Abide by the behavioral guidance policies outlined in the Staff Handbook.

Qualified candidates should forward resume to Trisha McWilliams for consideration: 

Trietsch Memorial United Methodist Church
Attn:  Trisha McWilliams
6101 Morriss Road Flower Mound, TX 75026

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