Vocalist Job Openings - 39 Jobs

  • Estimated Salary

    $37,373

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Jacksonville, FL

  • Estimated Salary

    $45,199

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    San Diego, CA

  • Estimated Salary

    $45,926

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Nashville, TN

  • Estimated Salary

    $33,284

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Orlando, FL

  • Estimated Salary

    $70,000

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Dallas, TX

  • Estimated Salary

    $39,521

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Philadelphia, PA

  • Estimated Salary

    $45,926

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Nashville, TN

  • Estimated Salary

    $45,199

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    San Diego, CA

  • Estimated Salary

    $52,561

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Henderson, NV

  • Estimated Salary

    $49,464

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    San Francisco, CA

  • Estimated Salary

    $36,095

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    New Orleans, LA

  • Estimated Salary

    $48,000

    Rockband Vocalist
    Jobtome

    Fort Worth, TX

  • Estimated Salary

    $70,000

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Fort Worth, TX

  • Estimated Salary

    $43,827

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Los Angeles, CA

  • Estimated Salary

    $51,000

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Atlanta, GA

  • Estimated Salary

    $33,031

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Tampa, FL

  • Estimated Salary

    $49,464

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    San Francisco, CA

  • Estimated Salary

    $43,827

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Houston, TX

  • Estimated Salary

    $70,000

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Dallas, TX

  • Estimated Salary

    $33,913

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Charlotte, NC

  • Estimated Salary

    $47,000

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Minneapolis, MN

  • Estimated Salary

    $37,373

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Jacksonville, FL

  • Estimated Salary

    $33,141

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    San Antonio, TX

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,000

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Chicago, IL

  • Estimated Salary

    $36,095

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    New Orleans, LA

  • Estimated Salary

    $45,441

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Seattle, WA

  • Estimated Salary

    $43,827

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Houston, TX

  • Estimated Salary

    $51,000

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Atlanta, GA

  • Estimated Salary

    $42,609

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Austin, TX

  • Estimated Salary

    $45,441

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Seattle, WA

  • Estimated Salary

    $40,581

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Philadelphia, PA

  • Estimated Salary

    $45,926

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Boston, MA

  • Estimated Salary

    $52,175

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    New York, NY

  • Estimated Salary

    $33,913

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Charlotte, NC

  • Estimated Salary

    $70,000

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Fort Worth, TX

  • Estimated Salary

    $33,284

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Orlando, FL

  • Estimated Salary

    $47,000

    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Carnival Entertainment

    Minneapolis, MN

  • Estimated Salary

    $33,141

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    San Antonio, TX

  • Estimated Salary

    $50,000

    NEW
    ROCKBAND VOCALIST
    Confidential

    Chicago, IL

Vocalist Jobs

average

$39,957

  • Training and Teaching Others
  • Thinking Creatively
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Coaching and Developing Others
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Deal with People
  • Unpleasant/Angry People
  • Outdoors/walking/standing
  • Repetitive
  • Make Decisions
  • Stressful

Example of what a Vocalist does

  • Lead singer for multiple casts on Celebrity Cruises and Cunard Line luxury cruise ships.
  • Presented musical entertainment for weddings and corporate events.
  • Sing and perform with Dance Street for weddings, night clubs and private parties.
  • Work with musicians and singers to perfect songs.
  • Initiated and maintained a fan base through Myspace and Facebook.
  • Provide clients with musical entertainment for parties and special events Provide Sing-A-Grams
  • Recorded more than 100 songs for release and use throughout the world in the physical fitness arena.
  • Secure future job opportunities through new bookings with wedding venues, casinos, and bars.
  • Sing different styles, including gospel, pop, jazz, and contemporary.
  • Train or prep voice using different melodies and ranges.
  • Sing as a soloist and part of vocal ensemble.
  • Sound Decision (A Cappella Group).
  • Introduced and played Mariachi and Norte a music for the residents.
  • Produced and edited videos for promotional use and performances.
  • Jazz Bands & Festivals at Sea Carnival Cruise Line.

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how to become a Vocalist

Most chefs and head cooks learn their skills through work experience. Others receive training at a community college, technical school, culinary arts school, or 4-year college. A small number learn through apprenticeship programs or in the Armed Forces.

Education

Although postsecondary education is not required for chefs and head cooks, many attend programs at community colleges, technical schools, culinary arts schools, and 4-year colleges. Candidates are typically required to have a high school diploma or equivalent to enter these programs.

Students in culinary programs spend most of their time in kitchens, practicing their cooking skills. Programs cover all aspects of kitchen work, including menu planning, food sanitation procedures, and purchasing and inventory methods. Most training programs also require students to gain experience in a commercial kitchen through an internship or apprenticeship program.

Work Experience in a Related Occupation

Most chefs and head cooks start working in other positions, such as line cooks, learning cooking skills from the chefs they work for. Many spend years working in kitchens before gaining enough experience to be promoted to chef or head cook positions.

Training

Some chefs and head cooks train on the job, where they learn the same skills as in a formal education program. Some train in mentorship programs, where they work under the direction of an experienced chef. Executive chefs, head cooks, and sous chefs who work in upscale restaurants often have many years of training and experience.

Some chefs and head cooks learn through apprenticeship programs sponsored by professional culinary institutes, industry associations, or trade unions in coordination with the U.S. Department of Labor. Apprenticeship programs generally last 2 years and combine instructions and on-the-job training. Apprentices must complete at least 1,000 hours of both instructions and paid on-the-job training. Courses typically cover food sanitation and safety, basic knife skills, and equipment operation. Apprentices spend the rest of their training learning practical skills in a commercial kitchen under a chef's supervision.

The American Culinary Federation accredits more than 200 academic training programs at postsecondary schools and sponsors apprenticeships around the country. The basic qualifications required for entering an apprenticeship program are as follows:

  • Minimum age of 17
  • High school education or equivalent
  • Passing grade in substance abuse screening

Some chefs and head cooks receive formal training in the Armed Forces or from individual hotel or restaurant chains.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Although not required, certification can show competence and lead to advancement and higher pay. The American Culinary Federation certifies personal chefs, in addition to various levels of chefs, such as certified sous chefs or certified executive chefs. Certification standards are based primarily on work-related experience and formal training. Minimum work experience for certification can range from 6 months to 5 years, depending on the level of certification.

Important Qualities

Business skills. Executive chefs and chefs who run their own restaurant need to understand the restaurant business. They should know how to budget for supplies, set prices, and manage workers so that the restaurant is profitable.

Communication skills. Chefs must communicate their instructions clearly and effectively to staff so that customers’ orders are prepared correctly.

Creativity. Chefs and head cooks need to be creative in order to develop and prepare interesting and innovative recipes. They should be able to use various ingredients to create appealing meals for their customers.

Dexterity. Chefs and head cooks need excellent manual dexterity, including proper knife techniques for cutting, chopping, and dicing.

Leadership skills. Chefs and head cooks must have the ability to motivate kitchen staff and develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with them.

Physical stamina. Chefs and head cooks often work long shifts and sometimes spend entire evenings on their feet, overseeing the preparation and serving of meals.

Sense of taste and smell. Chefs and head cooks must have a keen sense of taste and smell in order to inspect food quality and to design meals that their customers enjoy.

Time-management skills. Chefs and head cooks must efficiently manage their time and the time of their staff. They ensure that meals are prepared correctly and that customers are served on time, especially during busy hours.

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Top Skills for a Vocalist

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Top Vocalist Skills

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