Job Description

Campus Tech Director | Central Services - All Campus Support | Full-time

Position Status: Full-time

Position Summary:

The Campus Technical Director serves as Technical Lead, or A1, and oversees the development of teams, who provide support for ministry events by maintaining all audio, visual, AVL computers, lighting systems, and related equipment at assigned campus(es).  This position is responsible for implementing consistency and excellence for all live sound reinforcement, theatrical lighting, and video at campus ministry events.The Campus Technical Director works closely with others in the creative processes as a positive, solution-focused leader.In all actions they reflect the SVCC team leadership distinctives. 

Essential Functions:
  1. Provide leadership and oversight for volunteer technical teams, that aligns with the processes and systems established by the Central Services Team at assigned campus(es) for Weekends, SV Kids and SV Students, Groups Ministry, Celebrate Recovery and other events, including but not limited to concerts, weddings, funerals and memorial services
  2. Recruit, train, facilitate, and coordinate teams of technical volunteers
  3. Oversee technical programming support for assigned campus(es), coordinate rentals as needed, handle system maintenance, manage inventory, and provide AV and technical support, as needed
  4. Attend and participate in production meetings and creative team meetings
  5. Attend weekly/monthly staff meetings and “all church” functions
  6. Establish and maintain strong and effective working relationships with staff members and volunteers

Minimum Qualifications:
  • High school diploma or equivalent, and other training/certifications that have equipped them for the duties of the role
  • Two years of experience in production, including thorough knowledge of use of computers, automated lighting, sound, and video, including ProPresenter, Ableton Live, and digital audio consoles
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Demonstrates spiritual maturity and character consistent with the Biblical requirements for church leadership
  • Effective relational and communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Self-motivated, self-directed requiring minimal supervision
  • Ability to implement and drive projects and strategies through to completion
  • Creativity and problem-solving skills
  • Teamwork orientation with ability to recruit, train and motivate others
  • Agrees and aligns with the vision, values, pathway, leadership distinctives, and doctrinal statement of SVCC

Preferred Qualifications:

Three years of related experience