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We are currently receiving applications for the following open positions:

Facility Services
Summary

Two part time positions. One is 24 hours per week, evenings and weekends, hours vary. Second position is 16 to 18 hour per week, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, plus Saturdays and Sundays. This is a fast paced department responsible for all room set-up, tear-down, and cleaning. 

 

EXPERIENCE and ABILITIES
  • Education: High school diploma or GED required.
  • Experience: Knowledge of general cleaning techniques and basic equipment.
  • Specific Abilities: Personable, detail and service oriented and self-motivated. Ability to read and carry out written and oral instructions and perform basic math functions. Able to work well under pressure and time constraints.

WHAT THIS PERSON DOES
  1. Vacuum, mop, dust, clean bathrooms, and collect trash throughout the building.
  2. Wash and polish as needed: windows, doors, baseboards, door frames, light switches, handrails, water fountains, doorknobs, and other areas as designated.
  3. Room Set Up & Tear Down: Responsible for setting up tables, chairs and other equipment required in advance of meetings; and clean-up and tear down following meetings and events.
  4. Climate Control: Will be responsible for appropriate climate control for all church services, meetings and events in order to ensure comfort of guests
  5. Interior & Exterior Lighting: Ensure appropriate lights are turned on for services and meetings and turned off at the conclusion of church services or events. This includes all common areas.
  6. Stock and maintain cleaning supplies throughout the buildings.
  7. Attend regular staff meetings and additional meetings when requested.
  8. Cooperate with the events supervisors and the facilities manager and assistant manager by performing any other duties when asked to do so.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS  
  1. This is a fast-paced, high-energy position. Must be able to be on feet for entire shift. A typical shift can involve walking approximately 5 miles.
  2. Must be able to carry 30lbs or more.
  3. Must be able to squat and lift 50lbs or more.
  4. Must be able to push or pull 50lbs or more.
  5. Must be able to transport tables, chairs and other furniture throughout the building in a timely manner.
  6. Must be able to bend over for long periods of times. Must be able to climb up and down ladders.
  7. Must be able to clean up bodily fluids (blood, urine, feces, vomit).
  8. Must have the ability to pay close attention to detail; good near and far vision is important.
  9. Must be able to perform repetitive movements without cramping or tiring.
  10. Must be able to work with commercial cleaning products.

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AVL Systems technician

Ensures professional quality management, installation, configuration, operation and maintenance of audio, video, and lighting systems. This is a hands-on position that requires a team player and involves working closely with staff and leaders to support the systems throughout various ministry environments. This person reports to the Production Director.

SCHEDULE

This is a part-time hourly position based on 16 hours per week, including Sunday morning, Tuesday and Wednesday night services, and Saturdays. Flexible hours are required to support events as scheduled.

EXPERIENCE and ABILITIES
  1. Education: High school graduate or equivalent. Degree or equivalent work experience in the field of theatrical lighting design.
  2. Experience: Live events production. Working knowledge of both Mac and Windows Operating Systems. Experience with lighting console programming and operation. Experience in projection and control room broadcast video systems. Working knowledge of live audio mixing. Knowledge of rigging, motors, and safety equipment is preferred.
  3. License/Certification: Valid PA driver's license.
  4. Specific Abilities: Ability to function independently. Good time management. Utilize good judgment and problem-solving skills; good technical and multitask skills; a self-starter/self-motivator; is eager to learn and grow; is dependable, a quick learner, and is detailed; possesses good teamwork and project management skills. Comfortable running lifts and working in catwalk.
WHAT THIS PERSON DOES
  1. Prepare, program and operate Lighting and Video equipment in various ministry environments, assisting with Audio equipment as needed.
  2. Receive direction from the Lighting/Stage Designer to facilitate and implement multiple stage designs and set changes throughout the year and prepare for needed changes from week to week.
  3. Work with AVL team to ensure all gear is cleaned and maintained regularly.
  4. Complete projects and perform other duties as assigned.

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Café Worker
SCHEDULE

Part time, 12-15 hours weekly with varied days and hours between 9am-7:30pm; minimum of every other Sunday is required, with occasional Saturdays for events.

EXPERIENCE and ABILITIES
  1. Education: Minimum High School graduate.
  2. Experience: Previous hospitality, cashier, or food service experience in a food service area.
  3. License/Certification: n/a
  4. Specific Abilities: Skill in working as part of a team. Excellent communication and interactive skills as they relate to people of all ages. Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Operate a touch screen computer terminal in high volume setting. Working knowledge of math and cash handling.
WHAT THIS PERSON DOES
  1. Consistent and excellent customer service at check-out/order counter.
  2. Setup beverage service area prior to opening.
  3. Set up food prep area with proper utensils, dishes and gloves for serving.
  4. Maintain dining area cleanliness according to safe serve practices throughout shift.
  5. Assist in preparing and production of all food items as needed.
  6. Clean and sanitize station throughout shift.
  7. Periodically restock grab-n-go cooler with food and beverage items.
  8. Work as a team member with kitchen personnel.
  9. Willingness to shift roles as dictated by customer traffic flow/demands.

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Broadcast VIDEO DIRECTOR
SCHEDULE

This is a part-time hourly position based on 12 hours per week, including Sunday morning and Tuesday night services; and special services, and events for rentals as needed. Flexible hours are required to support day, evening, and weekend events as scheduled.

EXPERIENCE and ABILITIES
  1. Education: Degree in broadcast production or equivalent knowledge gained through work experience.
  2. Experience: IMAG experience in a large church setting is beneficial and preferred. Projection and broadcast/control room. Macintosh platform. Experience in video systems troubleshooting, repair, and installation required.
  3. License/Certification: Valid PA driver’s license.
  4. Specific Abilities: Comfortable in a leadership role, able to delegate effectively, provide training, and give directives. Must possess excellent interpersonal and coaching skills to interact effectively with team members, as well as multiple volunteer teams. Organized with the ability to multi-task. Must be flexible and able to make last-minute adjustments to schedule and set-up requests.
WHAT THIS PERSON DOES
  1. Oversees all aspects of video broadcasting of services, both live and online, ensuring that presentations for all services and special events are well produced.
  2. Responsible for training and scheduling of broadcast video volunteers.
  3. Works with Production Director to develop video broadcast fiscal budgets, equipment liquidation, end-of-life equipment planning, and improvements.
  4. Works with the AVL Systems Technician to ensure that preventive maintenance, service, and repair of video systems is taking place throughout the facility.
  5. Other duties as assigned.

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