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Our Team

We’re super glad you’re interested in joining the family at Vancouver church. We’re a committed family-style team who value people the way Jesus does. We are wholly dependent on the Holy Spirit, and therefore we ask our staff be consistent in this biblical foundation.

Our Mission

We seek to become an authentic biblical community effectively reaching out to our churchless neighbors with empathy, grace and truth so they can experience a whole new life with Jesus and like Jesus, more every day.

Current Openings

Full Time Maintenance Assistant

Job Classification: Non-Exempt / Full-Time
Reports To: Shop Manager

OUR CORE VALUES

We are a multi-generational, suburban church of Clark County, making disciples who join others
who make disciples, reaching thousands of our churchless neighbors, meeting the practical needs
of the most vulnerable, developing competent kingdom servants and leaders who multiply.
We believe that our everyday operations should be based on this mission and implemented
through a commitment to integrity and excellence in all that we do. We are dependent upon the
Holy Spirit and the Word of God to lead us in all matter of motivations and behavior. Each
employee should carry out their responsibilities in a way that reflects the biblical core values of
Vancouver Church:
OUR MOTIVE – The gospel of the glory of Christ (2 Cor 4:4-6)
OUR MANDATE – Love the Lord your God…Love your neighbor (Luke 10:27)
OUR POWER – You can do nothing without me (John 15:5)
OUR MISSION – Go and make disciples (Matt 28:19-20)

POSITION SUMMARY

The Maintenance Assistant will work with the Shop Manager to help secure the proper maintenance and
functionality of the facility for Vancouver Church and King’s Way Christian School. This position will work in
cooperation with the Facilities Team to ensure that preventative schedules, repairs, rebuilds, replacements, and
restoration needs of the facility are met. This position will assist in the planning and directing of the day-to-day
facility needs to ensure that safety, security, usage, appearance, and overall maintenance of the establishment
are in excellent functioning condition.

RESPONSIBILITIES

 Assist with the maintenance of the building and equipment on and in the facility. This may include,
but not limited to, structural care, cleaning, grounds keeping and landscape, kitchen repair,
cafeteria, classrooms, vehicles, offices, etc. All must be in excellent condition. Repair or replace
items and equipment as needed.
 Assist the Shop Manager and Coordinator with the ordering, intake, organization and management
of all supplies and equipment as needed for repairs and maintenance.
 Work in cooperation with the Shop Manager to respond to all work-orders to ensure timely and
satisfactory completion of jobs.
 Work with outside vendors as needed.
 Assist with the needs of HVAC, plumbing, electrical, waste management and other essential utilities
and ensure its equipment is in good working order.
 Provide assistance with the maintenance of all parking lots on the property.
 Support the Shop team and King’s Way school as needed to help maintain and ensure that all fields,
playgrounds, and surrounding areas used for the church, the school and the community is in
excellent condition.
 Assist the Shop team with providing a safe environment.
 Provide record keeping and follow process for reporting how repairs are being completed.
 Assist Shop Team with all security concerns as needed. Be able to recognize security threats on
campus. Report issues to authority.
 Work on mechanical lifts, ladders and scaffolding in a safe and calm manner.
 Maintain and organize work areas and closets.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

 A clear testimony of faith in Jesus Christ and a vital growing personal relationship with Him.
 Skilled with basic repair and maintenance. Examples may include but are not limited to: minor
electrical and plumbing, vacuum cleaners, scrubbers, building equipment, etc.
 Physically able to: lift 50+ pounds unassisted, work in a fast paced environment, twist, turn,
stoop, bend, kneel, and all other physical requirement needed to perform the tasks well.
 Ability to prioritize, organize and work with minimal supervision.
 Skills with large and small power tools, hand tools, and equipment.
 Detail oriented with high standards of excellence.
 Discernment about liability concerns with projects.
 Strong interpersonal, communication (verbal and written), and relationship skills. Ability to interact
with teachers, students, and various facility users in a positive and helpful manner.
 Strong decision maker with good analytical and problem-solving abilities.
 Competent technology skills with the ability to provide hands-on repair and maintenance work as
needed.
 Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite
 Commitment to ongoing personal and professional growth.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

 2+ years of successful experience in general maintenance and repair.
 High School diploma or GED required

Technical Director

Job Classification: Non-Exempt / Full-Time
Reports To: Pastor of Contemporary Worship

 OUR CORE VALUES

We are a multi-generational, suburban church of Clark County, making disciples who join others who
make disciples, reaching thousands of our churchless neighbors, meeting the practical needs of the
most vulnerable, developing competent kingdom servants and leaders who multiply.
We believe that our everyday operations should be based on this mission and implemented through a
commitment to integrity and excellence in all that we do. We are dependent upon the Holy Spirit and
the Word of God to lead us in all matter of motivations and behavior. Each employee should carry out
their responsibilities in a way that reflects the biblical core values of Vancouver Church:

OUR MOTIVE – The gospel of the glory of Christ (2 Cor 4:4-6)
OUR MANDATE – Love the Lord your God…Love your neighbor (Luke 10:27)
OUR POWER – You can do nothing without me (John 15:5)
OUR MISSION – Go and make disciples (Matt 28:19-20)

POSITION SUMMARY

The Technical Director will report to the Worship Pastor and be responsible for setting the spiritual
tone for the Technical Ministry. This position will oversee and coordinate all aspects of the technical
ministry in regards to audio, lighting, and video. The Technical Director’s ultimate goal is to ensure
that weekly services, church, and school events and all related activities and ministries are supported
by using technology efficiently, effectively and strategically in order to enhance the experience of
those attending. Specific responsibilities are listed below:

RESPONSIBILITIES

 Maintain a reliable system for providing technical support for all worship services and church
events.
 Be an expert on audio mixing, monitor mixing, and audio recording
 Create and maintain a lighting experience that meets the environmental needs of the 9,11, and
6 communities.
 Recruit, train, equip, schedule, and empower volunteer servants to operate at a high
professional level as you.
 Utilize presentation programs such as ProPresenter, PowerPoint and Keynote.
 Prepare stage for presentation.
 Collaborate with Pastoral staff during production and logistic meetings to ensure that all
aspects of the technical experience are being met.
 Update and maintain production technologies.
 Oversee video production for worship services including capturing, live streaming, editing and
uploading to website.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

 A clear testimony of faith in Jesus Christ and a vital growing personal relationship with Him.
 Successful experience in all aspects of production, logistics, and technology.
 Experience with ProPresenter, PowerPoint, Keynote.
 A track record of success as a team builder.
 Knowledge of audio/video/lighting and strong ability to troubleshoot in all of these
environments.
 Strong organizational skills with impeccable attention to details.
 Ability to coordinate several activities at once and quickly analyze and resolve specific problems
with a Christ-like demeanor.
 Ability to relate, inspire and motivate teams of volunteers and leaders.
 Commitment to ongoing personal and professional growth.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
 Formal training in production and related disciplines.
 Must have hands-on experience with technology in a modern worship production environment.

Compensation & Benefits
Through the blessings and generosity of the Vancouver Church community, we are pleased to offer a compensation and benefits package that includes competitive wages, full medical and dental insurance through Kaiser, a generous PTO policy, Life Insurance, and optional ancillary, LTD and STD coverage.
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