Production Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £20,000 – £22,000 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 19th December 2022


  • Advertised from 22nd November 2022
  • 17.5 hours per week. Permanent

Role

More information can be found in the attached job description and application form or on our website (psandgs.org.uk/jobs) but we hope the following extract is helpful.

We are looking for a Production Coordinator to lead our sound teams and to contribute to the production of weekly Sunday services and other events. If you are an experienced sound engineer, have a range of production experience, can lead others and have a servant-hearted attitude, we’d love you to read on and find out more.

Overview

  1. To ensure Production is aligned to support the vision and strategy of Ps & Gs
  2. To be the lead hands-on live sound engineer for Sunday Services (2 out of 3 services)
  3. To coordinate, lead and train sound team volunteers
  4. To be an active part of the Production Team Key tasks and responsibilities

1. To ensure Production is aligned to support the vision and strategy of Ps & Gs

  • To attend and contribute to weekly Worship Planning meetings (Monday mornings)
  • To work with the Worship Director in developing and growing the production team
  • To collaborate with the Worship Director in developing the annual production budget

2. Sound engineering leadership

  • To ensure excellent quality of sound and production experience at our Sunday services and live events
  • Regularly leading sound at 2 out of 3 of our weekly Sunday services
  • To set up equipment and sound check before the service, supporting the band
  • To operate the sound desk/DAW and mix sound levels
  • To ensure services are recorded and podcasts made available
  • To oversee the correct use and storage of sound equipment
  • To proactively ensure sound equipment is well-maintained and ready for use
  • To recommend repairs and renewals as required

3. Leading and training volunteers

  • To manage the Sound team rota, ensuring all services are covered
  • To provide training on use of sound equipment and live mixing
  • To explore ways of inspiring and training volunteers from our youth groups

4.Contributing to the production team

  • To have an understanding and overview of all areas of the production team, namely presentation, cameras, lighting and live streaming
  • To be involved in production design for ad hoc special services and events such as Christmas and Easter
  • To have input into set design and stage management
  • To proactively ensure production equipment is well-maintained and ready for use
  • To recommend repairs and renewals as required

Application notes

To apply for this post please complete an application form and return it, along with your CV, to david@psandgs.org.uk by Monday 19 December 2022.

We will respond to all applications on their receipt and inform all applicants whether they have been shortlisted or not.

This post carries an Occupational Requirement, in line with the Equality Act 2010, that the successful candidate is a Christian.


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