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Full Time


Position Title: Assistant Technical Director for Ministries & Events
Department Name: Creative/Production
Organizational Level: Professional
Reports to: Technical Director
FLSA Status: Exempt
Full/Part time: Full-time
Salary Range: $55K - $60K annualized
Date: July 2023


The Assistant Technical Director for Ministries & Events (ATDME) will assist, lead, and support in various production (AVL) areas for Southeast Christian Church and School (primarily Family, Adult and School ministries). The ATDME will work within a high-level production team to create an engaging environment that points people to Jesus through the effective use of various production systems (Lighting, camera ops, video director, audio).

Time Requirements:

This position will be completed in 40+ hours per week. This position will require flexibility as there will be weekdays, weekends, evenings and holiday time expectations that vary through the weeks.

Work Environment:
This job operates in a professional office environment and uses standard office equipment such as laptop computers, desktop computers and telephones.

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear and frequently required to sit and/or stand for sustained periods of time; lift, push, pull items in excess of 30 lbs; walk and reach with hands and arms.


Essential Functions:

  1. Support and create high-end, distraction-free experiences and events for Family Ministries, Adult Ministries, and Southeast School through the use of various production systems (Lighting, camera ops, video director, audio).
  2. Collaborate and work with the Technical Director, Family Ministries, Adult Ministries, and Southeast School staff on a regular basis.
  3. Manage and coordinate AV Event Calendar including system resources, volunteer training, staffing, and operation.
  4. Communicate regularly with the Guest Services and Events Department in regard to room scheduling, AVL system requests, AVL Tech requests, etc.
  5. Oversee set up, operation, and follow through of production needs for all Southeast Christian School chapels, performances, and graduations.
  6. Oversee set up, operation, and follow through of production needs for all Family and Adult Ministries rehearsals, services, classes, and events.
  7. Ensure technical aspects for weekend events are programmed, prepared, and operating properly.
  8. Coordinate maintenance and repair of all AV systems outside the Worship Center. Ensure all AV systems are in continual working order (i.e. equipment is operating properly and stocked with appropriate necessities such as adapters, audio cabling, extension cords, etc.).
  9. Work as part of Southeast’s Production team to keep equipment up-to-date with current advancements in both technology and trends.
  10. Recruit, schedule, and train volunteers to serve on the Audio, Video, and Lighting team, especially within Family and Adult Ministries.
  11. Support and assist AVL needs, including setup of audio/visual equipment for events and regular gatherings for all other ministry teams in various locations throughout the campus as needed.
  12. Perform other duties, as needed.



  1. Ability to manage confidentiality in all aspects of job.
  2. 2+ years of technical experience in lighting programming and design in a variety of live production environments preferred.
  3. 3+ years of technical experience in audio/video preferred.
  4. Familiarity with Highend Systems Full Boar 4 & Vista by ChromaQ lighting systems preferred.
  5. Experience with LED Video Walls (Absen) & Media servers (Green Hippo) preferred.
  6. Strong computer skills.


  1. A faithful, growing Christ-follower who is deepening their personal relationship with Christ, models this to others.
  2. A passionate desire to see people come to know, love and follow Christ in the context of real community.
  3. In agreement with Southeast’s Statement of Beliefs, Values, Mission and Vision.
  4. Desires to know and love God and wants to be used by God.


  1. Dedicated to the development of God’s people in their roles of discipleship, servanthood and outreach.
  2. Humble, credible, trustworthy, teachable and a self-starter.
  3. A team player.
  4. Demonstrates wise judgment in decision-making.
  5. Ability to live in and cultivate biblical community.
  6. Champions the pillars of Southeast and core values of the staff. Values the culture of Southeast Christian Church.
  7. Adhere to Southeast’s Staff Expectations: (1) work hard; (2) deal with conflict biblically (Matthew 18); (3) have a "solutions-focused mindset" (propose solutions, not just problems); (4) engage in community, worship and growth by being in a life group and attending one Southeast church service each weekend; (5) biblically tithing to Southeast Christian Church; (6) no gossip; (7) lives a life of integrity; (8) has a positive attitude.


Cultivates Innovation, Tech Savvy, Ensures Accountability, Plans and Aligns, Optimizes Work Processes, Action Oriented, Resourcefulness, Communicates Effectively, Collaborates, Interpersonal Savvy, Situational Adaptability, Self-Development, Instills Trust

This description indicates the general level and nature of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.