Grace Chapel Campus AV Tech- Grace Chapel in East Lexington, Massachusetts
We are looking for a go-getter, solution-oriented individual to join our staff team as a part-time Campus Tech. In this role you will research and manage technical solutions to ensure that the technology needs are being met at your assigned campus. This could be just the role for you if you thrive in a fast-paced environment, enjoy working in a highly collaborative environment that promotes teamwork, have a broad background in AV and light technology, and desire to learn new skills and technologies.
This position has the following responsibilities:
Leading event production for all programs and events, including Sunday morning services, mid-week rehearsals, various workshops/classes.
Providing excellent front-of-house operation for events including operating and training others on ProPresenter, PowerPoint, audio board, DMX lighting systems, and stream technology.
Maintaining campus AV equipment in good working condition with AV contractor(s).
Recruiting, training, overseeing, and organizing volunteers and assisting staff into production teams.
Working with key staff/ministry representatives to develop and maintain excellent production quality standards for all events.
Performing both hands on and remote troubleshooting through diagnostic techniques and by asking pertinent questions. Directing unresolved issues to the next level of support personnel or outside vendors.
Evaluating, recommending, and implementing tech solutions that support functional and overall church initiatives.
Ensuring that best practices for servicing and supporting technology products are established and followed.
Continually working on developing and improving personal skills for use in ministry.
What You Bring
You should have a growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ, a passion for Grace Chapel’s mission, and a strong desire to be part of a growing local church ministry team.
Leadership: You have strong critical thinking and decision-making skills. You should be able to train, lead and engage volunteers. You should be comfortable assisting staff with general audio/sound solutions.
Problem-solving: You can identify technical challenges using root cause analysis, implement procedures and processes to overcome them, and deliver a quality project/result.
Technical Skills: You can easily learn new software and hardware programs and upgrade, troubleshoot, and implement those systems.
Project Management: You need to have excellent organizational skills and be able to move a project from beginning to completion. You should be able to multi-task and set work priorities cheerfully.
Time Management: You will be working in a project team environment that requires strong time management skills including the ability to multi-task on various projects and priorities under fixed schedules and in pressure situations.
Communication: You can easily and effectively communicate both orally and in writing.
Education and Training Requirements
You should have an Associate Degree in audiovisual technology or related field, or equivalent experience. Prior experience working in a large church, or campus-based church setting is preferred. You should also have the following technical experience:
Installing and operating analog and digital audio systems.
Maintaining, setting up and operating portable audio systems for special events.
Operating light board and lighting systems.
Operating audio and/or audio and video, and other presentation related systems (PowerPoint, ProPresenter, Windows OS, Mac OS, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Planning Center, etc.).
Meet Grace Chapel
Grace Chapel is a non-denominational, multicultural church that welcomes everyone, no matter what your faith background or where you are on your spiritual journey. Our mission is simple – discovering life with God for the good of the world. We are fully committed and passionate about helping people find and follow Jesus.
We’ve been around for quite a while – since 1948 in fact, when four families in Lexington, Massachusetts met weekly in a home for a time of worship, Bible study, and prayer. These families had a heart and vision for reaching and serving people in the growing western suburbs of Boston. Since we incorporated in 1956, we’ve grown from a few dozen people in a rented space in Lexington to 4,000 people coming together for Sunday services and midweek programs across five campuses: Lexington, Wilmington, Watertown, East Lexington, and Foxboro. Our worship services are casual, contemporary, and upbeat and we offer great Sunday morning programs for kids and teens at all our locations. Learn more about Grace Chapel on our website at https://www.grace.org (https://www.grace.org.) .
Grace Chapel is an equal opportunity employer. Grace Chapel does not discriminate in employment with regard to race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status, ancestry, age, sex (including sexual harassment), sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, military status or unfavorable discharge from military service or any other characteristic protected by law.
Please read carefully before submitting your application:
I understand that neither the completion of this application nor any other part of my consideration for employment establishes any obligation for Grace Chapel to hire me. If I am hired, I understand that either Grace Chapel or I can terminate my employment at any time and for any reason, with or without cause and without prior notice. I understand that no representative of Grace Chapel has the authority to make any assurance to the contrary.
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