We’re seeking people to join our team that are passionate about what they do and even more passionate about our mission of transforming people into fully devoted followers of Christ. If you’re interested in pursuing one of the opportunities below, please carefully review the required qualifications then email your resume to jobs@gethope.net with the job title as your subject. No calls, please. Company Overview Hope Community Church began on Easter 1994 and is a thriving, non-denominational, multi-site church in Raleigh, NC. This church is open to creative ideas and effective strategies to reaching a diverse audience and engaging them to experience Jesus. We ask that all applicants:

  • Display Christ-like behavior while serving the needs of the church and staff to accomplish the Church’s mission.
  • Affirm and support the mission and beliefs of Hope Community Church.

Worship Leader

Full-time, 40 hours, hours vary with weekdays (M-Th), weeknights (rehearsals Thursday evenings), and weekends (Sundays and some Saturdays). Role Summary: The Worship Leader is responsible for the coordination of music within assigned services or events. The position is responsible for all aspects of production for given service/event, beginning with rehearsals and leading up to its conclusion (to include at times weekend services, college worship night, Pulse, Hazardous, and other special events as needed).

Executive Assistant – Family Ministries

Full-time, 40 hours, typically Monday – Friday, 9-5, occasional evenings and weekends. Role Summary: The Executive Assistant is responsible for assisting the Executive Director in the performance of their responsibilities. He/she needs to maintain complete confidentiality, assist as needed in crisis situations and serve as a helpful and caring assistant to interface with parents, volunteers, Executives and Staff. In addition, this assistant will provide administrative support to Family Ministries.

College Small Groups Pastor

Full-Time, 40 hours per week, Sunday-Thursday and various event times. Role Summary: Oversee the College Small Group ministry and align college small groups to achieve Hope’s vision, mission and goals. Ensure that college small groups are vibrant, healthy communities integrated into the life of the church as a whole.

Video Producer – Core Creative Media

Full-time, 40 hours per week, M-F role. Role Summary: The video producer will create engaging, original video as a part of the video team. They will be responsible for the pre-production, production and post-production aspects of the media they create. This role will offer the opportunity to work with a talented team of filmmakers developing a variety of creative and unique concept videos. Must have a demo reel, solid camera and audio work, as well as great post techniques. (grading, mixing, After Effects, etc.)

Campus Technical Coordinator

Full-time, 40 hours, weekdays, weekend services, some evenings. Role Summary: Lead the multi-site campus technical team in the set up, execution and tear down of audio, visual and lighting for weekend service(s) and other events as needed.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities:
· Attend weekly staff meetings and technical team meetings
· Participate in weekend tech team debrief
· Manage scheduling process for technicians and others required to support multi-site campus services
· Recruit, train and lead technicians to operate audio, video and lighting systems at the multi-site campus; ensuring that each technical discipline has adequate man-power for each service
· Evaluate and provide constructive feedback to those serving in order to develop a culture of collaborative excellence in all produced programs
· Oversee maintenance of all AVL systems and equipment at the multi-site campus; troubleshooting any problems that may arise
· Make suggestions to Technical Arts Director regarding any changes in equipment or procedure
· Under the direction of the Campus Pastor and Worship Leader ensure that weekend services and rehearsals are on schedule
· Under the direction of the Campus Pastor and Worship Leader ensure that all service transitions are planned and well executed
· Attend band rehearsals and supply audio support. Verify accuracy of all lyrics
· Work closely with campus to mimic stage sets, making necessary alterations for use at the multi-site campus
· Develop Technical Checklists for weekend services
· Execute the Hope Technical Arts strategy on a campus level
· Evaluate and provide constructive feedback to those serving in order to develop a culture of collaborative excellence in all produced programs

Audio Engineer

Temporary, Part-time, up to 20 hours, primarily weekends. Role Summary: The Weekend Audio Engineer performs FOH / monitor mixing for all weekend and midweek services and also various large events throughout the year. The ideal candidate is skilled in executing weekly services in a fast-paced environment and knows how to best enhance systems and processes.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities
• Program, engineer, operate and rig a variety of audio equipment including, but not limited to; recording equipment, mixing and programming boards, microphones, speaker,
• Interpret rider and specifications to adequately prepare for live events
• Set up live events per schematics and as builds including the construction of staging to include, but not limited to set up, installation, and back line loads of drum kits, amplifiers, monitors, percussions, keyboards, drum pads, microphones, etc.
• Track and maintain inventory of equipment at all times
• Perform necessary maintenance and repairs of all equipment and expedite maintenance issues as necessary to appropriate service vendors
• Install, troubleshoot and program AV systems throughout the Campus
• Participates in load-in, technical rehearsals, and strike of services.
• Trains crew in operation of sound software and equipment. Supervises appropriate personnel.
• Works occasional nights, weekends and holidays
• May perform other duties as assigned.
Job Requirements
• Prior experience mixing high channel counts and outputs using advanced scene management
• Medium to large venue mixing experience including bands, video, drama, speakers and scene management. Experience with Yamaha PM1D and Yamaha CL5 desired.
• Extensive expertise of digital audio consoles, signal flow, digital networking and audio system components
• Wide bandwidth of professional audio knowledge, including RF technology, audio for video, show planning, system tuning and intercom. Experience with Shure products, DANTE, Galileo, SMAART, Meyer Sound loudspeakers, Pro Tools, Ableton and Clear-Com desired.
• 2-3 years paid mixing experience
• Proficient in project management and self-direction
• Excellent interpersonal skills, both in technical and non-technical environments
• Detail-oriented producing excellence in service execution.

Coffee Shop Specialist – Morrisville

Part-time, 25 hours per week, M-F between 7:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Role Summary: Provide competent assistance in all areas of coffee shop operation; interact with the public, other staff and volunteers.

KidTowne Lead Toddler Teacher – Raleigh

KidTowne is a licensed faith based preschool at the Raleigh Campus. We provide care Monday through Friday for children six weeks to five years old. Full-time. Role Summary: We are looking for a dedicated, energetic individual who loves working with one-year-olds and can model Christ-like behavior. Lead Teachers are required to implement weekly lesson plans that are age appropriate and relevant. They need to create a warm and loving classroom atmosphere and develop strong relationships with parents. Good communication skills, patience, attention to detail, flexibility and the willingness to have fun interactions with the children is required. Must be familiar with licensing and sanitation requirements. All applicants must have the NC Early Childhood Credentials or related training. A degree in Early Childhood and experience working in a licensed preschool is preferred.

KidTowne Assistant Teachers -Raleigh

KidTowne is a licensed faith based preschool at the Raleigh Campus. We provide care Monday through Friday for children six weeks to five years old. Role Summary: We are looking for dedicated and skilled teachers to come alongside the lead teachers and interact with the children to support play, exploration and learning. Must be able to exhibit good communication skills with parents and staff, model Christ-like behavior and be passionate about working with children. Must be familiar with licensing and sanitation requirements. All applicants must have the NC Early Childhood Credentials or be willing to continue in their education. Experience working in a licensed preschool is also preferred.

KidTowne Substitute Teachers – Raleigh

KidTowne is a licensed faith based preschool at the Raleigh Campus. We provide care Monday through Friday for children six weeks to five years old. Part-time, various shifts. Summary: Must model Christ-like behavior, communicate effectively with parents, children and co-workers and show flexibility. Must be familiar with licensing and sanitation requirements. NC Credentials are not required, but preferred.