Be a part of a culture that inspires you to experience the Kingdom in your faith, family, and finances. At Faith Life Now, we are real people who God has changed. We have a passion to help you experience what God has for you.
This position is responsible to lead the media department to support all aspects of production of The Drenda Show TV program, Fixing the Money Thing television program, and support the video needs of Faith Life Church. The Media Director is responsible for the overall quality, concept, and final budget of the media projects to ensure goals and objectives are met.
- Responsible to lead the staff in editing TV programs, producing CTA’s to go in the TV program to promote a product or some call to action, creatively produce promo spots for the TV program, ensure quality control of the program and brand.
- Responsible for all aspects of technical production for filming church services, studio taping's, and off-site locations (ie. video, media, lighting, sound).
- Be involved in developing new show content and formats.
- Be able to implement processes and systems to efficiently meet deadlines. The individual should have production experience, but also is creative and generates ideas to get the phone to ring.
- Possess a good understanding of operating cameras, lighting, and editing.
- Able to take an idea and bring it to life visually through the use of video, music and graphics.
- Be required to oversee the production of special videos for church events and services that may arise.
- Responsible to oversee the team of church volunteers who help support the TV ministry along with the current paid staff in the media department.
- Write effective and responsive copy to be used for CTA and other spots
- Lead creative sessions for project kick-offs
- Manage multiple projects from concept through completion
- Develop creative programs and design concepts that meet the business objectives of the organization and that advance our brand strategy
- Work with the production team and key vendor partners to develop concepts and present to management
- Provide quality control over concepts and projects
- Assist with brainstorming concepts for new shows, product offers, product titles, and products.
- Provide creative input and direction at times with projects like studio set design, show open, lower third graphics package, re-designing website, etc.
- Produce testimonial vignettes and special segments to insert in TV shows
Minimum Required Qualifications
- College degree or equivalent work experience. A minor, or area of concentration, in film or broadcast production is helpful.
- Proficient in Premiere, Final Cut, or other similar editing software
- 3+ years’ experience in the field of TV broadcast production or direct equivalent in video production, producing content for television show, internet programming, or similar production, which demonstrates creative and logistic aptitude in and/or working knowledge of concept development, writing, art direction, scheduling, estimating, producing, and editing. (Video resume requested)
Employees possess and exhibit the following core values in their daily lives:
- Born again, spirit-filled Christian in agreement with the mission statement and goals of FLN.
- Member of a church, tither
Physical Demands and Working Conditions
- Requires manual dexterity sufficient to use hand tools, operate standard office machines such as computers, fax machines, calculators, telephones, and other office equipment.
- Requires normal range of hearing and vision.
- Able to pull, push, stand, sit, stoop, bend, reach, move or carry equipment.
- Able to stand for a minimum of seven hours per day in various temperatures, depending on location and time of the job.
- Able to stand and sit in for a minimum of seven hours.
- Production shoots and post-production preparation may require you to assist in carrying equipment or materials. Must be able to carry production-related equipment or materials up to 40 pounds and climb stairs that lead to or from your workplace.
- Must be able to travel as needed and be away from home, generally no longer than 10 days at a time several times a year with the exception of special projects/assignments that could be longer.
- Works in an office or studio settings, and in remote production environments. Must be able to travel as needed. May require longer hours in order to complete a project. Must be flexible in work schedule per week.