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Eagle Brook Church

Video Director

Eagle Brook Church
Woodbury, Minnesota, United States

Date Posted: 03/01/2016
Categories: Church Staff - Communications - Media/Technology - Non-ministry Jobs - Other
Denominations: Baptist
Church Size: over 10000
Job Type: Full-Time

Job Description:

Campus Video Director // EAGLE BROOK CHURCH

Eagle Brook Church is a multi-site church looking to hire a technically savvy, detailed oriented Video Director for our campus team located in Woodbury, MN. The Video Director will direct services and maintain video systems for their campus. If you love to video direct and develop volunteers to serve, you may be the perfect candidate. A person skilled in troubleshooting advanced video systems, directing a live shoot, and developing volunteers will thrive in this role.


Application Process // EBC Careers Page


To be considered for this role, all candidates must submit an application to our Eagle Brook Church Careers page located at


What You’ll Champion // ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Execute and manage live video elements during campus services and events
  • Collaborate with campus production staff around the preparation and planning process for live video elements relating to any services or event at assigned campus
  • Recruit, train and coach volunteer production teams which include: Camera, Shader, Systems Tech, Switcher, Director
  • Partner with Central Video Systems Engineer to continue to develop campus equipment and workflows



  • Manage all live video elements and lead production volunteers
  • Attend collaborative planning meetings with campus staff to prepare for weekend services
  • Oversee volunteer schedules, recruitment and development
  • Manage and perform scheduled maintenance for all video assets at the designated campus
  • Partner with the Central Production team for technical needs or campus projects



  • Education: Bachelor’s degree, technical degree or equivalent live production work experience
  • Understand and troubleshoot an HD/SD-SDI broadcast based video system
  • Full knowledge of live production, which includes video, audio, lighting, multimedia, music, and staging
  • Minimum 2 years of experience with technical equipment preventative maintenance and troubleshooting
  • Knowledge and ability to operate technical gear including video switcher, camera, recording gear, and digital video equipment
  • Experience leading and supervising production team -staff and volunteers
  • Strong team building and leadership skills
  • Ability to manage projects and meet deadlines in a project-based environment


Work Schedule: Wednesday-Sunday. Must be available Wednesday nights for student ministires, Thursday evenings for rehearsals and occasional evenings for special events. Expected to work 45+ weekends/year.


Classification: Exempt; Salary // Status: Full-time // Team: Campus Specific