Careers

GNTV is a 501(c)(3) organization focused on live event production, virtual event facilitation, and video production for faith-based, educational, and other non-profit organizations.

Fulltime Positions

GNTV is seeking a full-time Audio Engineer with extensive live event experience. You will be part of a talented technical team who set up and operate small to large-scale audio, visual, and lighting systems for events across the country.

Overall Responsibilities

  • Deliver high quality customer service for all partners, associates, vendors, and attendees.
  • Maintain a positive attitude and remain calm under pressure. 
  • Work with a team to plan, prepare, and execute events – ensuring complete partner satisfaction.
  • Lead teams which may consist of partners, employees, freelancers, and volunteers.
  • Set up and operate audio visual systems for meetings, banquets, conferences, concerts, and other events.
  • Understand the technical aspects of the job and demonstrate operational ability to troubleshoot and problem solve with equipment and software issues
  • Prepare, sort, and inspect equipment to ensure all gear is fully operational and ready for proper and reliable use.  Basic cleaning and repair skills are expected. 
  • Hang, rig, and inspect equipment in accordance with proper standards
  • Travel 100+ days per year
  • Perform other reasonable job duties as requested by supervisors

Requirements

  • Proficient with digital live audio systems and techniques
  • Proficient with computer based recording
  • Proficient with Mac and PC 
  • Ability to reach, grasp, turn, manipulate, move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 50 pounds without assistance
  • Strong communication skills to interface with partners, their associates, staff, and vendors for planning and execution of conferences, events, and projects.
  • Basic knowledge of video production systems (projectors, flat panel TV’s, cameras, etc.)
  • Basic knowledge of lighting and rigging systems.
  • High school diploma is required.  Bachelor’s degree is preferred.
  • 5 years as a lead Audio Engineer is required working in more than one venue.   
  • A valid driver’s license with a clean driving record is required for operation of company vehicles.
  • Candidates must consent to a criminal background check before final consideration.

Details

  • Offices are located in Macon, GA (one hour south of Atlanta Airport)
  • Work schedule is a hybrid of office hours and event support (includes regular travel, nights and weekends).
  • Organizational structure is based on a team approach.  Full Time staff are deployed to event/project sites while leading associates, part time staff, freelancers, and partners.  
  • Pay is commensurate with experience 
  • Benefits include no-premium health insurance and access to a 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan.

Please email questions regarding this opportunity and our organization to careers@gntv.info. Phone calls regarding career opportunities will be referred to email.

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Freelance Positions

GNTV is seeking freelance Audio Engineers with extensive live event experience.  You will be part of a talented technical team who set up and operate small to large-scale audio, visual, and lighting systems for live events across the country.

Overall Responsibilities (Full Time)

  • Deliver a high quality customer service for all partners, associates, vendors, and attendees
  • Maintain a positive attitude and remain calm under pressure
  • Work with a team to execute events – ensuring complete partner satisfaction
  • Set up and operate audio visual systems for meetings, banquets, conferences, concerts, and other events
  • Understand the technical aspects of the job and demonstrate operational ability to troubleshoot and problem solve with equipment and software issues
  • Hang, rig, and inspect equipment in accordance with proper standards, when applicable

Requirements 

  • Proficient with analog and digital live audio systems and techniques
  • Proficient with computer based recording
  • Proficient with Mac and PC use for control and playback
  • Ability to reach, grasp, turn, manipulate, move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 50 pounds without assistance
  • Strong communication skills to interface with partners, their associates, staff, and vendors
  • Basic knowledge of rigging systems as they pertain to audio setup
  • 5 years as a lead Audio Engineer is required working in more than one venue   
  • Candidates must consent to a criminal background check before final consideration

Details

  • Work may be located anywhere
  • Work schedule varies per event
  • Typical work day varies per event but may be from eight to 15 hours
  • Pay is commensurate with experience and is based on a ‘day’ rate
  • Freelance Audio Engineers will report to the on site GNTV Event Director
  • All travel, lodging, and meals will be provided by GNTV either directly or through reimbursement
Please email questions regarding this opportunity and our organization to careers@gntv.info.  Phone calls regarding career opportunities will be referred to email.

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GNTV is seeking freelance Lighting Designer/Operator with extensive live event experience.  You will be part of a talented technical team who set up and operate small to large-scale audio, visual, and lighting systems for live events across the country.

Overall Responsibilities (Full Time)

  • Deliver a high quality customer service for all partners, associates, vendors, and attendees
  • Maintain a positive attitude and remain calm under pressure
  • Work with a team to plan, prepare, and execute events – ensuring complete partner satisfaction
  • Set up and operate audio visual systems for meetings, banquets, conferences, concerts, and other events
  • Understand the technical aspects of the job and demonstrate operational ability to troubleshoot and problem solve with equipment and software issues
  • Hang, rig, and inspect equipment in accordance with proper standards, when applicable

Requirements 

  • Proficient with lighting systems and techniques
  • Proficient with lighting design and operation
  • Ability to reach, grasp, turn, manipulate, move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 50 pounds without assistance
  • Strong communication skills to interface with partners, their associates, staff, and vendors
  • Basic knowledge of rigging systems as they pertain to lighting setup
  • 2 years as a lead lighting designer is required, preferably working in more than one venue   
  • Candidates must consent to a criminal background check before final consideration

Details

  • Work may be located anywhere
  • Work schedule varies per event
  • Typical work day varies per event but may be from eight to 15 hours
  • Pay is commensurate with experience and is based on a ‘day’ rate
  • Pre-event design work is paid at a negotiated design rate
  • Freelance Lighting Designers/Operators will report to the on site GNTV Event Director
  • All travel, lodging, and meals will be provided by GNTV either directly or through reimbursement
Please email questions regarding this opportunity and our organization to careers@gntv.info.  Phone calls regarding career opportunities will be referred to email.

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GNTV is seeking freelance Video Technicians with extensive live event experience. You will be part of a talented technical team who set up and operate small to large-scale audio, visual, and lighting systems for live events across the country.

Overall Responsibilities (Full Time)

  • Deliver a high quality customer service for all partners, associates, vendors, and attendees
  • Maintain a positive attitude and remain calm under pressure
  • Work with a team to execute events – ensuring complete partner satisfaction
  • Set up and operate audio visual systems for meetings, banquets, conferences, concerts, and other events
  • Understand the technical aspects of the job and demonstrate operational ability to troubleshoot and problem solve with equipment and software issues
  • Hang, rig, and inspect equipment in accordance with proper standards, when applicable

Requirements (Candidates must meet all basic requirements and subsequent requirements for at least one of the following Primary event positions.  Experience in a Secondary area is desirable.  )

  • Basic Requirements (for all positions)
    • Ability to reach, grasp, turn, manipulate, move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 50 pounds.
    • Strong oral and written communication skills to interface with partners, their associates, staff, and vendors
    • Basic knowledge of Mac and PC presentation software (Powerpoint, ProPresenter, etc.).
    • Basic knowledge of video wall assembly and operation
    • Basic knowledge of either audio or lighting
    • 5 years of live event video experience required
    • Candidates must consent to a criminal background check before final consideration
  • Primary:  Technical Director/Switcher (TD)
    • Proficient with multi-camera live video systems and techniques
    • Proficient with production switchers (Blackmagic Design ATEM, Sony Anycast, Newtek Tricaster, etc.)
    • Proficient with signal distribution and troubleshooting
    • Experience focusing video projectors
    • Extensive experience calling shots and providing feedback to camera operators while ‘punching’ the switcher
    • Demonstrated understanding of using integrated keyers and Downstream keyers (chroma, alpha, and luminance)
    • 3 years of TD experience required.  A demo reel is highly preferred.
  • Primary:  Graphics Producer/Operator
    • Proficient with ProPresenter, Powerpoint, Keynote, and/or other live presentation software
    • Ability to quickly think and adjust as graphics need to change in a live environment
    • Ability to quickly edit video using Mac and/or PC editing software to make materials ready for presentation
    • Basic knowledge of image editing software (Adobe Photoshop, etc.)
    • 2 years of production graphics operation experience preferred
    • Preferred: Basic knowledge of compositing software (Adobe AfterEffects, Motion, etc.)
  • Primary:  Camera Operator
    • Proficient with professional digital camera/camcorders (both tripod and handheld)
    • Proficient with self color balancing and exposure adjustments (no camera chaser)
    • Ability to stand for long periods of time
    • 2 years of live event camera operation experience preferred
    • Please submit demo reel, if available, at the time of application
  • Secondary:  LED Technician
    • Proficient with rigging, assembling, and operating LED walls.
    • Proficient with Novastar processing
    • 3 years of LED wall experience
    • Has the ability to perform as one of the other three roles (TD, Graphics, Camera) during an event session
  • Secondary:  Video Editing
    • Proficient with computer based non linear editing
    • Proficient with Mac and/or PC editing software (Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro, etc.).
    • Basic knowledge of Compositing Software (AfterEffects, Motion, etc.)
    • Basic knowledge of Image Editing Software (Photoshop)
  • Secondary:  Video Compositing
    • Proficient with Mac and PC presentation and editing software (Powerpoint, ProPresenter, etc.).
    • Proficient with Compositing Software (AfterEffects, Motion, etc.)
    • Proficient image Editing Software (Photoshop)
    • Intermediate knowledge of Mac and/or PC editing software (Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro, etc.).
Details
  • Work may be located anywhere
  • Work schedule varies per event
  • Typical work day varies per event but may be from eight to 15 hours
  • Pay is commensurate with experience and is based on a ‘day’ rate
  • Freelance Video Technicians will report to the on site GNTV Event Director
  • All travel, lodging, and meals will be provided by GNTV either directly or through reimbursement
Please email questions regarding this opportunity and our organization to careers@gntv.info.  Phone calls regarding career opportunities will be referred to email.

Click here to apply now

Internship

Here at GNTV, we understand how important summer internships are for college students. They can help you grow, become a better professional, and shape your future career.


Each summer, GNTV strives to work with your previous experiences in media and equip you with new skills in the field, as well as providing opportunities to put those skills into practice with both professionals and fellow interns.


Currently, we have in-person events scheduled and are planning to offer an internship for Summer 2021. However, this may be subject to change due to COVID-19.


Summer interns with GNTV Media Ministry can gain experience working in four main areas: audio, video, lighting, and graphics.


Audio ProductionVideo Production
  • Setting up microphones
  • Setting or hanging speakers
  • Mixing rehearsals or monitor feeds
  • Assisting the Audio Engineer as needed
  • Setting up projectors & screens
  • Setting up & operating cameras
  • Serving as Technical Director
  • Assisting Video Director as needed
Stage LightingGraphics
  • Hanging or placing fixtures
  • Aiming fixtures
  • Programming specific scenes
  • Assisting as needed
  • Creating slides
  • Working with clients to ensure accuracy
  • Running slides

All interns will get experience setting up and breaking down events, loading and unloading the vehicles, and operating audio-visual equipment during events. Our unique internship experience also helps students learn time management, flexibility, organization, and teamwork.


During the summer internship, you will get the opportunity to travel to many places in the United States to run a variety of events. Remaining days are spent in the Macon office working on unpacking, repacking, repairing equipment, and learning new skills. Typical work days are long but full of learning opportunities. The internship provides invaluable experience in the audio/visual field.


This is a paid position, with pay based on your experience, the number of years you have worked with our team, and the number of days you are on the road. This generally averages about 50-60 days for the summer. All travel is paid for by GNTV, as well as three meals a day for days that are on the road.


The internship is designed to support and coincide with a college educational experience. Course credit is available though your educational institution if available. Internship applicants must be at least 18 years old.


2021 Internship Application Deadline to receive items is March 31, 2021. We will confirm receipt. Again, this internship is subject to change if in-person events cancel for Summer 2021 due to COVID-19.


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