Bivocational Minister

A bivocational or Bi-Vocational Minister or Pastor is a minister with another job in opposition to  Pastors who are employed full-time and are fully dedicated to the "work of the Lord"  and earn a mean annual wage. 

Under the EMMI Canon Law 201408 Liturgy 60 Ordination Programs. 

Ordination, Lay Work and Serving Bivocational Ministers. All of us have a vocation. For some of us, that vocation may take on the expression of ordained ministry.  

CL029.3.2 No member of clergy or person holding a lay office of the EMMI Chaplaincy shall be considered a paid employee of the Chaplaincy under any circumstances whatsoever. All who serve the Chaplaincy are voluntary and non-stipendiary. So that you know, all appointments within the Chaplaincy are made based on this understanding.

NB: Non-stipendiary ministers are religious ministers who do not receive payment for their services and usually have alternative employment that provides monetary income to support themselves. (Eric Michel as a Street Outreach Worker 1993-200)