The Senior Audio Engineer is responsible for audio aspects of Sundays / events that take place in the main sanctuary at the PL campus and other offsite venues. This specific position has a concentrated focused need for audio mixing / engineering experience.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Leads in managing live audio mixing/monitoring/recording at PL campus.
- Helps to fulfill audio requirements for church functions and special events.
- Participates in production meetings & staff meetings.
- Assists with post production audio mixing for videos, podcasts, and other special audio needs.
- Leads in establishing system planning & procedures for PL campus audio systems, and multisite systems when required.
- Partners with production team members in all aspects to ensure Sunday technicalexecution is distraction free and supports building an environment for people to experience God.
- Ability to support multiple production and staging responsibilities. (Video, Lighting, Rigging, Scenic)
- Serves our volunteer teams, cultivating an environment for teaching and engagement.
- Assists in recruiting and retention of volunteer teams.
- Supervises & oversees the training of staff audio engineering/technicians at PL campus.
- Coordinates, trains, mobilizes both staff, contractors and volunteer teams to fulfill audio needs.
Education, Training, and Experience:
- Candidate has 5+ years of professional audio experience
- BA/BS degree in Audio, Recording, Production, Media, Communication or related field preferred but not required.
Job Skills, Knowledge, Abilities:
- Ability to multitask, prioritize assignments, and provide excellent customer service.
- Read, write, spell, and communicate clearly in English.
- Work productively, both independently and collaboratively with others.
- Follow verbal and written instructions.
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office for MAC (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
- Ability to recognize and maintain confidentiality as appropriate.
- Technical ability to work on a variety of sound/video/lighting systems.
- Proficient in mixing both FOH and Monitors from multiple large format digital consoles.
- Shop experience, managing inventory, soldering, repairs, diagnostics, and maintenance.
- Familiarity with HiQnet, Smaart, BSS Soundweb, Media Matrix, Wireless Workbench, Sennheiser WSM, Winradio (or frequency coordination equivalent) & Protools.
Organizational and Spiritual Requirements:
- Demonstrate Christ-centered behavior at all times by treating people with dignity, respect, compassion and integrity.
- Utilize the principles of Matthew 18 and Ephesians 4:15 to resolve differences of opinion with others.
- Successful completion of a thorough pre-employment references and background checks, which includes: social security verification, Local, State & Federal criminal conviction records search, national security database, and sex offender registry.
- Attendance at all mandatory meetings and events. This includes serving at Good Friday, Easter and Christmas services as well as the annual volunteer appreciation event.
- Member of the Rock Church (or willing to transfer membership to the Rock Church).
- Regular involvement in Rock Church activities, ministries and events.
- Tithe 10% to the Rock Church.
- Signed acknowledgment of the Rock’s Statement of Faith.
- Ability to interpret and adhere to the Rock’s policies, procedures and employee handbook.
- Be self-motivated and goal oriented, use good judgment, and be flexible and innovative.
- Professional attitude and demeanor.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions. Must be able to work independently, communicate effectively, and lift up to 25lbs (with or without assistance). This position also may require long periods of sitting, standing, walking, and hand/eye coordination for keyboard data entry and viewing data on a computer monitor. Externaland internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who are or become disabled, as defined under the American with Disabilities Act, must be able to perform the Essential Job Functions either unaided or with assistance of a “reasonable accommodation”, if such is determined, on a case-by-case basis.