Job Opportunities (1)

JOB TITLE: AV Technician
DEPARTMENT: Worship, Music and the Arts
REPORTS TO: Leader of Worship, Music, and the Arts


The AV Technician’s primary focus and responsibilities are to produce, through personal

and volunteer based efforts, a professional quality audio, lighting and media experience for

all worship services and special events. As a member of the Worship, Music and the Arts

(WMA) Team, this position will clearly and actively demonstrate and model the mission of

disciples making disciples.


• Runs digital soundboard (Allen and Heath GLD 112) for house and monitor mixes

and/or runs media presentations including video; designs and sets basic lighting


• Documents tech needs for all services in Planning Center Online (PCO)

• Records worship services and uploads audible sermon and story files to website

• Trains and schedules sound and media volunteers

• Oversees sound and media volunteers during rehearsals and worship services

• Establishes and documents basic ‘need to know’ standards and procedures for

sound quality, volume, mixing, recording, etc.

• Establishes and manages ‘show’ and ‘scene’ files on digital board

• Ensures supplies (batteries, cabling, etc.) are on hand and available

• Oversees campus wide AV equipment and troubleshoots issues as needed

• Provides input and feedback to WMA Leader for new audio/visual/lighting


• Reengineers soundboard, cabling and stage box placement and location as needed

• Schedules for weddings, funerals, recitals and other special events

• Assists with Vacation Bible School band, nights of worship, youth and choir concerts

• Maintains consistent communication with staff, leadership and volunteers, and

performs required administrative tasks on time

• Other duties as assigned


1. Minimum 5 years experience working with AV technologies in a church setting.

2. Expertise in the operation of digital mixing console and sound and projection


3. Experience with ProPresenter 6, Planning Center Online, audio editing software.

4. Calm, flexible, responsible, reliable, detailed-oriented, strong listener, team player.

5. Must be able to clearly communicate a personal commitment to Jesus Christ as Lord

and Savior and demonstrate this relationship through his/her life and testimony.

6. Steadfast, mature and consistent display of a Christ-like attitude and character

7. Must embrace and model the mission of IPC--to make disciples who make disciples.


– Physical demands: primarily for set up and tear down of music and sound/media

related equipment; sit, walk, stand, and stoop both inside and outside of office; lifting:

up to 50 pounds

– Talking and Hearing: Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word to

impart oral information to clients or to the public and to convey detailed spoken

instructions to other workers accurately, loudly, or quickly

– Vision: Ability to read from printed items and the computer screen continuously

throughout the work day; ability to identify and distinguish colors


– Non-exempt/hourly: Based on 15 - 17 hours per week average. Opportunity to work

recitals, weddings, memorial services for additional pay.


Email resume and cover letter to:


Mail resume and cover letter to: Ed Nilsen

Irvine Presbyterian Church

4445 Alton Parkway

Irvine, CA 92604