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Thank you for your interest in staff opportunities at Grace Church. To be placed in a staff role at Grace Church, you must be (or be willing to become) a member of the Covenant Community. If you're interested in applying, email your cover letter and resume directly to the Beth Bertino. The cover letter should include the position for which you are applying, specific reasons you are interested in the role and how your experience qualifies you for the position. We are unable to accept resumes that are not submitted for a specific open role.

Grace Church Job Openings

Purpose of the Job

This role exists to fully transition and prepare all gathering spaces, and to perform related cleaning responsibilities for the Grace Church Fishers facility.  

Essential Job Responsibilities

  • 20 hrs/week, Monday–Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., nights and weekends as needed 

  • Custodial cleaning in all gathering spaces to include vacuuming, dusting, surface cleaning, and stain removal.

  • Floor care and maintenance to include vacuuming, spot cleaning, gum removal, carpet tile replacement, mopping and the use of the riding vacuum cleaner.

  • Bathroom cleaning to include toilets, urinals, sinks, partitions, dispensers, and floors.

  • Trash and recycling removal.

  • Set up & tear down in all gathering spaces to include chairs, tables, and other loose furniture pieces.

  • Assist with light landscaping, outdoor sweeping and light grounds projects 


Requirements

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent required

  • Physical Requirements:  Must be able to stand or walk during most of the shift. Must be able to push, pull, lift and move up to 50 lbs.  Must be able to work in various positions, including, but not limited to, stooping, standing, bending over, sitting, and kneeling.

  • 2-5 years of consistent job history, preferably in the area of cleaning or maintenance.

  • Proven experience in the following areas of skill: 

    • Time Management

    • Self Motivation

    • Reliability 


Gifts

  • Helps

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Purpose of the Job

The Director of Production Arts for Grace Kids and Students Ministries is primarily responsible for overseeing production operations and volunteers associated with Grace Kids, Fuse (Middle School) and Merge (High School) ministries. This role champions continuity of Grace Church Production Arts values and processes as expressed at the Fishers Campus.  

Essential Job Responsibilities

 

Leadership Responsibilities 

  • Recruit, train, schedule, and shepherd (provide regular personal connection and community) Production Arts volunteers

  • Develop volunteers as leaders and skilled operators in collaboration with the Fishers Director of Production Arts for the Auditorium utilizing Grace Church’s Leadership Development Pathway

  • Provide primary training of audio, lighting, computer graphics and equipment operation to volunteers, with the support of the Central Production Arts Team or other technical experts

  • Establish and manage the appropriate campus-specific expense budgets and advocate/administer needed equipment purchases in conjunction with the Fishers Director of Production Arts for the Auditorium and the Central Support Production Arts Team

  • Collaborate with Fishers Director of Production Arts for the Auditorium on yearly ministry-specific planning and prepare for regular check-ins regarding progress on ministry-specific goals

Technical Responsibilities

  • Provide technical leadership to Grace Kids and Student Ministry events, providing assistance, training, and technical clarity to volunteers as they prepare, run rehearsals, and events

  • Lead and assist volunteers in the weekly set-up of the worship and production equipment in non-auditorium areas

  • Perform installation, maintenance and ‘first-tier’ support and repair of equipment in the lobby, Room 122, Kids & Student spaces with the support of the Central Production Arts Team

  • Approve and support non-auditorium special events such as ministry gatherings, weddings, funerals and other events

  • Collaborate, as needed, with Stage Design Volunteer Team in event visual décor design and implementation

  • Assist with all-church and off-site events including Covenant Community or Prayer Gathering as needed

  • Collaborate in researching, determining processes, and making purchasing decisions related to the expansion of current facilities in conjunction with Fishers Director of Production Arts for the Auditorium and Central Production Art Team.

Administrative Responsibilities 

  • Schedule volunteers for non-auditorium events for Grace Kids and Student Ministries

  • Scribe technical-related notes as part of the Design Team process for Grace Kids, Fuse, Merge and special events

  • Provide input to detailed worship orders for Grace Kids and Student Ministries events including details for each technical area, as well as transitions, element requirements, etc.

  • Develop technical operational guides to assist in the training of volunteers as well as developing standards of use, technically and creatively, of equipment in conjunction with the broader Production Arts Team at Grace

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in related technical fields preferred, such as Theatre, A/V Production, and Communications

  • Must be physically able to maneuver heavy stage equipment including monitors, platforms, and equipment up to 50 lbs.; must be comfortable operating hydraulic lifts and working above 25’

  • Ability to work a varied schedule which will regularly include evenings and weekends

  • Personal Characteristics:

    • Adaptable flexible personality style, thriving on variety and new challenges.

    • Ability to work with a wide range of personality styles

    • Calm under pressure

    • Strong desire for organization

  • 2-5 years of progressively responsible production experience, preferably in a church environment

  • Proven experience in the following areas of skill:

    • Leading adult and student volunteers, including training, shepherding and scheduling

    • Ability to clearly translate technical knowledge and procedures into “layman” terms

    • Demonstrated experience in large-scale theatrical production systems including audio, lighting, staging, computer graphics and video broadcast equipment

    • Experience and ability to support by large-scale and small-scale A/V equipment

    • Ability to provide basic troubleshooting to all types of technical equipment including audio, lighting and video systems


Gifts

  • Leadership  

  • Administration 

  • Creative Communication  

  • Shepherding

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Purpose of the Job

The Director of Technical Systems for Central Support is responsible for monitoring the audio, video, and lighting systems of all Grace Church venues in conjunction with the campus-specific Systems Support Directors/Coordinators to maintain macro continuity and quality and to advocate for major replacements and upgrades.  In addition, this role will provide systems support for all designated centralized events and regularly assist with other campus events and filling in as a substitute at all campuses as assigned.  Finally, this role will work with the Senior Director of Production Arts for Central Support to coordinate and provide training as needed.

Essential Job Responsibilities

 

General Responsibilities 

  • Ability to operate audio, lighting or video systems as assigned in worship services or other events with other staff and volunteers

  • Assist with trouble-shooting, repair, and/or replacement of audio, lighting and video systems as needed at all campuses

  • Monitor trends in Production Arts practice and equipment, advising and advocating for changes, upgrades, and/or replacements that will enhance production quality, efficiency, and effectiveness

  • Work with campus Systems Support Directors/Coordinators to inventory and audit Production Arts equipment and systems across all campuses

  • Assist in the implementation of projects and initiatives designated by the Production Arts staff

  • Regularly rotate through all campuses providing systems relief to campus staff members while keeping a pulse on operations and equipment at each campus

  • Serve as systems lead for all designated centralized events

  • Assist the Senior Director of Production Arts for Central Support with coordinating and providing “macro” training for new staff and key volunteers

  • Take lead on all systems-related tasks at new campus expressions and expansions

  • Lead and coordinate stage and set design across campuses; manage Stage Design Volunteer Team; and collaborate on design vision with appropriate Campus Directors of Production Arts

  • Oversee 146th Street Shop Management, including scheduling use, staff and volunteer safety, upkeep and cleaning

Technical Responsibilities

  • Requires demonstrated, intermediate knowledge of large-scale theatrical production systems, with the understanding of complex signal path, including, but not limited to, audio, lighting, staging, and video broadcast equipment

  • Must have a passion for both large scale and small scale technical equipment, willing to support and work with both

  • Must be willing to perform routine, repetitive tasks, such as maintenance and cleaning of equipment

  • Must possess the ability to train and lovingly support all types (age, experience, gender, backgrounds) of novice volunteers, in a creative and patient manner, in the use of theatrical equipment and processes for small events and gatherings

Administrative Responsibilities 

  • Requires an adaptable, flexible personal style, expecting and thriving on varied hours and tasks, new challenges, working with a wide-range of personalities, and ever-changing priorities

  • Must be highly organized, self-motivated, and enjoy working both in teams and independently for extended periods of time

  • Requires the ability to communicate (both verbal and written) with excellence.

  • Must be able to keep accurate records of tasks and equipment repairs completed

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in related technical fields preferred such as Theatre, A/V Production, and Communications

  • Must be physically able to maneuver heavy stage equipment including monitors, platforms, and equipment up to 50 lbs.; must be comfortable operating hydraulic lifts and working above 25’

  • Ability to work a varied schedule which will regularly include evenings and weekends

  • Personal Characteristics:

    • Adaptable flexible personality style, thriving on variety and new challenges.

    • Ability to work with a wide range of personality styles

    • Calm under pressure

    • Strong desire for organization

  • 2-5 years of progressively responsible production experience, preferably in a church environment

  • Proven experience in the following areas of skill:

    • Leading adult and student volunteers, including training, shepherding and scheduling

    • Ability to clearly translate technical knowledge and procedures into “layman” terms

    • Demonstrated experience in large-scale theatrical production systems including audio, lighting, staging, computer graphics and video broadcast equipment

    • Experience and ability to support by large-scale and small-scale A/V equipment

    • Ability to provide basic troubleshooting to all types of technical equipment including audio, lighting and video systems


Gifts

  • Leadership  

  • Administration 

  • Creative Communication  

  • Shepherding

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Purpose of the Job

The Director of Technical Systems and Events is primarily responsible for the set-up and preparation of technical systems throughout the Grace 146th Street Campus, with a specific emphasis on technical support, maintenance and set-up of weekend worship services in South Auditorium. In addition, this individual will assist in the operation and maintenance of significant audio, lighting, and video systems throughout the campus, as assigned. This role carries responsibility for leading volunteers on the Grace 146th Street Technical Systems/Stage Management Team as well as the 146th Street Special Events Team. In addition, he or she will assist in or personally oversee the running and management of various weekly campus events, as assigned.

Essential Job Responsibilities

General Responsibilities 

  • Recruit, train, schedule, and care for Grace 146th Street Production Arts volunteers on the Technical Systems/Stage Management Team

  • Participate in a leadership development structure in line with Grace’s Leadership Development Pathway

  • Contribute to the process of evaluating and creating a 146th Street Production Arts thematic goal as a member of the 146th Street Production Arts Team

  • Participate in both campus and individual volunteer appreciation efforts

  • Ability to operate audio or lighting systems as assigned for worship services or events with other staff and volunteers

  • Provide on-call or on-site systems support (troubleshooting) for Grace 146th Street Campus events

  • Participate in the planning, implementation and systems support for centralized events, as assigned

  • Operate A/V systems as assigned for various events throughout the 146th Street Campus including weddings, funerals, ministry support and community events

  • Perform basic maintenance of A/V equipment throughout the 146th Street Campus, including tasks such as routine cleanings, lighting, and stage set-ups

  • Perform tier-one trouble-shooting and repair of audio, lighting and video system issues in conjunction with the Central Support Production Arts Team

  • Manage packaging and shipping responsibilities for equipment that needs to return to the manufacturer for repair/evaluation

  • Assist in organization and use of Grace Workshop, including maintenance of tools, and production inventory

  • Maintain and submit any accounting forms needed for purchasing, reimbursement or expense

Technical Responsibilities

  • Requires demonstrated, intermediate knowledge of large-scale theatrical production systems, with the understanding of complex signal path, including, but not limited to, audio, lighting, staging, and video equipment

  • Must have a passion for both large-scale and small-scale technical equipment, willing to support and work with both

  • Must be willing to perform routine, repetitive tasks, such as maintenance and cleaning of equipment

  • Must possess the ability to train and lovingly support all types (age, experience, gender, cultural backgrounds, and varied skillsets) of volunteers, in a creative and patient manner, in the use of technical equipment and processes for both small events and large gatherings

  • Must have experience in audio, lighting and video media systems

Administrative Responsibilities 

  • Requires an adaptable, flexible personal style, expecting and thriving on varied hours and tasks, new challenges, working with a wide-range of personalities, and ever-changing priorities

  • Must be highly organized, self-motivated, and enjoy working both in teams and independently

  • Requires the ability to communicate (both verbal and written) with excellence

  • Must be able to maintain accurate records of tasks completed, financial expenditures and equipment repairs

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in related technical fields preferred such as Theatre, A/V Production, and Communications

  • Must be physically able to maneuver heavy stage equipment including monitors, platforms, and equipment up to 50 lbs.; must be comfortable operating hydraulic lifts and working above 25’

  • Ability to work a varied schedule which will regularly include evenings and weekends

  • Personal Characteristics:

    • Adaptable flexible personality style, thriving on variety and new challenges.

    • Ability to work with a wide range of personality styles

    • Calm under pressure

    • Strong desire for organization

  • 2-5 years of progressively responsible production experience, preferably in a church environment

  • Proven experience in the following areas of skill:

    • Leading adult and student volunteers, including training, shepherding and scheduling

    • Ability to clearly translate technical knowledge and procedures into “layman” terms

    • Demonstrated experience in large-scale theatrical production systems including audio, lighting, staging, computer graphics and video broadcast equipment

    • Experience and ability to support large-scale and small-scale A/V equipment

    • Ability to provide basic troubleshooting to all types of technical equipment including audio, lighting and video systems


Gifts

  • Leadership  

  • Administration 

  • Creative Communication  

  • Shepherding

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Grace Church Internships

To learn more about the Summer and/or Year-Long Internship Programs, visit the Center for Church Leadership page of our website.
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Urban Ministry Internships

Shepherd Community Center is a compassionate ministry on the near-eastside of Indianapolis that cultivates healthier children, stronger families and a safer neighborhood. Their mission is to break the cycle of poverty in the second generation by becoming part of both parents’ and children’s lives. The Heart of the City Summer Intern Project is designed to offer young, emerging leaders a dynamic hands-on ministry experience in the urban culture. Interns are immersed in ministry with children and teens by teaching day camps, mentoring high school students, helping with evangelistic outreaches and work projects.
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