We're seeking a passionate, creative person to join our production team and help create experiences that exceed expectations; bringing teams together to achieve more than one person can achieve alone.  

The primary responsibilities of the Production Manager are to create engaging experiences by coaching production volunteers and staff to produce excellent events/services, aligning teams around the production standards set by the core production manager and ensuring that events/services are adequately scheduled and staffed. This position is a salary (exempt) position, working 40 hours per week (typically Wednesday through Sunday), some evenings will be required as well as extended hours during Christmas, Easter and core events. This position reports to the Campus Pastor.  

Christ Fellowship is a vibrant, growing church with locations throughout South Florida. We are called to impact our world with the love and message of Jesus Christ, Everyone, Everyday, EverywhereTo apply, you must be committed to making Christ Fellowship your church home, the place where you worship and serve.

You have:
• Bachelors, Associates or Technical Degree in a relevant field and 2+ years’ experience or…
• 4+ years’ experience in live production environments
• Excellent operational knowledge in at least one production discipline; audio, video (preferred) or lighting.
• Proven aesthetic aptitude/detail oriented
• Demonstrated leadership with experience training, managing and mentoring volunteers
• Extensive experience loading in/out and setting/striking production equipment
• In depth knowledge of stage management procedures and safety; electrical, cable paths, storage & organization
• Ability to lift 50+ pounds

You will be looking after:
• Leading production teams to create engaging weekend and student ministries experiences
• Managing content transfers/delivery and preparing content for event playback
• Maintaining a working knowledge (operation/assembly) of production equipment/systems
• Assisting with core projects/events
• Preparing & maintaining the campus auditorium, classrooms and CFKids auditoriums. Ensuring
  equipment is clean, updated, labeled and fully functional at all times.
• Performing and maintaining quarterly preventative maintenance for production equipment/systems.
• Managing the process of recruiting, scheduling, training, and coaching volunteers to provide
  production support in main auditoriums, classrooms and CFKids auditoriums.
• Maintaining production supplies and storage; batteries, gaff tape, etc
• Attending CF staff meetings, weekly production meetings, debrief meetings, and additional
  meetings as required.
• Filling out weekly quality reports on events/services at your location.

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