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Bethany A/V Coordinator

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Federal Work-Study Position Application Form

Job Title

Bethany AV Team Coordinator
Reports to Ryan Frame
Department Seminary Computing Services
Days of Week Varies (depending upon events, typically Wed/Fri)
Time of Day Varies (according to demand, chapels are at 11:20a)
Hours per week 2
Start date 8/27/15
End date 5/7/16
Pay rate 10.25
General description/brief summary

Coordinate all general audio-visual services for non-classroom Bethany events--such as chapels, forums, and meetings--through:

(a) recruiting and training AV volunteers to form the Bethany AV Team;

(b) receiving and processing AV requests, then coordinating deployment of members of the Bethany AV Team; and

(c) overseeing that requests are satisfactorily met by the Bethany AV Team and evaluating the Bethany AV Team's performance.

Duties/responsibilities
  • Understand/learn all Bethany AV technologies. 
  • Recruit volunteers for responding to AV needs.
  • Arrange training for all volunteer AV techs.
  • Serve as clearinghouse for all Bethany AV requests.
  • Coordinate all AV support as needed and requested through coordinating and scheduling volunteers.
  • Other related duties as assigned.
Skills/qualifications Prior experience with AV equipment extremely helpful. Comfortable and skillful with technology, especially AV. Organized and able to direct and coordinate others. Good organizational and communication skills. Familiarity with sound boards, microphones, projectors, video cameras.
Physical demands Work with arranging cords and wires; manipulate control boards; able to discriminate sounds clearly.

Brandon Hanks
(Master of Divinity)

BrandonI find great comfort in knowing that the gifts of God are irrevocable--that God is faithful even if we are faithless. My faith journey begins with the Church of the Brethren. I was raised in the church by my family going to Sunday school and attending worship each week. But as a teenager I found myself struggling in my understanding of the word of God. I wanted to own my faith. I wanted it to be a real and genuine confession, not one merely adopted through my family's tradition. It was during that time of exploration that God revealed my calling as a minister in God's church.