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Jobs @
First Baptist Mocksville

First Baptist Mocksville is currently hiring for:

* Audio Visual Director

Resumes and interest may be sent to Marybruce Chandler, Chairperson Personnel Committee at


* Must be a practicing, born-again Christian of like faith to First Baptist Church Mocksville.
* Must have a heart for people, good listening skills, patient with
all who come into contact with our church. A positive, loving approach toward all is necessary.
* Must be a good communicator with good organizational skills.
* Must be a team-oriented person. 
Responsible for management of all technical presentation operations related to all worship services and other church and public events held at church facilities.
Equipment that is the responsibility of the A/Coordinator includes, but is not limited to: audio system components, video system components, stereo systems, PA systems, cameras, projectors, screens, and computers used for audio/visual activities, on-stage musical equipment which is the property of the church (i.e keyboards, drums, drum sets, guitars, percussion instruments, etc.)

Work is performed under the general supervision of the Senior Pastor and in accordance with established procedures.

The A/V Coordinator is responsible for recruiting, training, development, scheduling and supervision of all volunteer members of the A/V team.

Coordinate stage setup, conversion,  breakdown and reset as necessary prior to and following all worship services, practices and other church or public events held at church facilities (such as Christmas programs, Easter programs and revivals). Also responsible for coordination of A/V equipment transport, setup and breakdown for church events held onsite and offsite, outdoor and indoor locations.
Coordinate the audio mixing and sound check operations for all Worship services and events.
Recruit and maintain adequate volunteer A/V production team to staff audio mixing, A/V recording and computer projection/lighting positions (as required) for all services and events.
Schedule A/V teams, in advance, for all worship services and additional church and public events in church facilities, as well as off-site events designated by the Senior Pastor.
Train new team members and provide ongoing training for all team members.
Maintain ongoing communication with worship leadership staff, including but not limited to: Senior Pastor, Associate Pastor, Youth Pastor, Contemporary Worship Leader, Traditional Service Music Leader and Accompanist and Children’s Ministry Leader, to determine any special A/V needs for each scheduled service or event. Communications must also be maintained with other committees and groups, such as VBS Director, and other ministry leaders using the facility for special events
Coordinates production of audio (CD) and video (DVD) recordings of all worship services, special services, and events, as required.
Maintain regular communication with church Office Assistant to coordinate ongoing schedule of church activities/facility use or rental.
Coordinate and monitor the security and storage of the church inventory of A/V, presentation, and on-stage musical equipment. The A/V Coordinator must establish secure storage locations and supervise equipment transportation to secure locations when not in use.
Annually evaluate current A/V assets and future needs to establish equipment and maintenance budget requirements for upcoming year and present recommendation to Stewardship Committee yearly.
Coordinate A/V equipment and supply purchases with church Financial Secretary.
Develop and update A/V production procedures and policies.
The A/V coordinator during special community events (funerals, weddings, concerts, etc) serves as a church liaison with community members who are using the church facilities. As a liaison, they must be aware of advanced planning for events which could include coordinating with community members in opening/closing the building, stage breakdown & reset, control & usage of all sound & video equipment throughout the event, delegating responsibilities to a trained member of the A/V team. 

Average hours of involvement per service or event:
Early worship service                      7:00 a.m.- 9:45 a.m.
Late worship service                       10:45 a.m.- 12:15 p.m.
Other events
As coordinated with church office and event leaders

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