Associate Director of A/V Technology

Job Overview

With 3 large campuses, streamed video sermons, and expectations of a high-quality worship experience in all our venues, this role will work with our current Director of AV/Tech and other part-time staff to cover the growing AV and Technology needs of our multisite church.  The responsibilities will cover all aspects of AV and Technology with a particular emphasis on video streamed to/from our main auditoriums and stage and house lighting.

 

Primary Responsibilities

  1. Ensure high-quality video capture, streaming, and projection at all 3 campuses during Sunday morning services.
  2. Develop expertise with the audio and video equipment in order to maintain and troubleshoot.
  3. Train volunteers to operate equipment during Sunday services.
  4. Stay current on new AV technologies and help to implement improvements as needed to maintain a high-quality experience.
  5. Maintain and troubleshoot stage and house lighting systems to produce a high-quality experience for attendees.

Other Team Responsibilities

  1. Develop expertise in audio equipment and mixing in order to troubleshoot and train volunteers.
  2. Stage and instrument setup.
  3. Supporting Sunday morning volunteer AV teams.
  4. Supporting worship bands with AV needs.
  5. Live AV support at special events as needed.
  6. Helping to set up, train and troubleshoot other AV equipment used by various ministries.
  7. General technical support with staff computers and other technology.
  8. Maintaining and improving our studio sound/video equipment.
  9. Editing of videos and podcasts.

 

Qualifications

  1. Give testimony and life witness of being a committed believer in Jesus Christ.
  2. Excited to help GFC carry out its mission.
  3. Able to recruit, train, and oversee AV volunteers.
  4. Able to plan, strategize, organize, and effectively delegate, so projects, events, and programs are completed with excellence.
  5. Must be able to assess needed job tasks, i.e., be a self-starter, define the work that needs to be done and complete it without close supervision.
  6. An eye and ear for high-quality audio and video production.
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Competency

  1. Knowledge and experience with various types of video equipment, operation, and production.
  2. Skilled in live audio mixing.
  3. Skilled in using Mac OS, ProPresenter, and general computer functions.
  4. Able to learn new technologies easily.
  5. Troubleshooting.

 

Camaraderie

  1. Must be a team player able to work effectively with a large staff over multiple campuses.
  2. Servant-hearted and grace-based interactions with others.
  3. Be able to build trusting, valuable working friendships.
  4. Be able to engage in appropriate humor.

 

Wages, Benefits, and Miscellaneous

  1. Salary will be commensurate with responsibilities and experience.
  2. Includes GFC full-time benefits package (paid holidays and vacation, professional expense account, medical/dental insurance, 403(b) w/ employer match, and more.
  3. This position is part of the Central Operations Team.

 

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