Employment Opportunities

Purpose: The Audio/Visual (A/V) Coordinator is responsible for coordinating, directing, and producing electronic media including Sunday morning live and edited broadcast.

Accountable to: Communications Associate
Supervises: AV Team
Time Requirement: Part-time (7 – 10 hours weekly)
Ministry Area: Congregation Qualifications/Requirements:

  • Experience in video production and editing
  • Must be proficient in aspects of video including knowledge of cameras, lighting and audio for videoshoots, as well as editing software. Also must have experience in lighting and stage design.
  • Experience operating audio systems (digital and analog)
  • Tither

Responsibilities: Audio/Video

  • Oversee and direct Sunday morning (includes camera operators, switcher, live audio in- house, projection system, and broadcast audio, approximately 6 people)
  • Work with the Minister of Music to create and formulate the grid layouts for each service for video, Sound and the Projection System.
  • Work with the Student Minister to provide AV support on Wednesdays for IMPACT.
  • Oversee post production of video of Sunday worship for our delay program with Nulink. Post includes editing, shooting of additional footage, lead-in & lead-out sequences, and final cut before giving to Nulink.
  • Oversee the live streaming of our 10:50 AM worship service
  • Load the recorded service on our website.
  • Help update the Announcement TV’s with publicity of church events and picture presentations of past events and helping to keep consistent information between TV’s, website, newsletter, and worship pages.
  • Other A/V support as required

Volunteer Schedule, Recruitment & Training

  • Oversee the monthly schedule for AV volunteers including camera operators, switchers, in- house sound, projection system, and broadcast sound (approximately 6 people). Ongoing strategy for recruitment and continual training of volunteers on campus as well as attending workshops

Work with all Ministers & Church Calendar

  • Continue to be in communication with all Ministers as additional needs may arise within the AV ministry. Set up calendar schedule for AV needs across church campus.

Other Duties as Assigned

First Baptist Church of Newnan is a 2,000-member congregation with a $2.5MM operating budget located off the square of historic Newnan, Georgia. Founded in 1831, the church has a legacy of leadership in the Southern Baptist Convention. The church’s mission, “Come, Connect, Grow, Go” defines its commitment to engagement, discipleship, and missions.

The church is seeking a full-time Financial Administrator to administer the financial affairs of the church in the areas of finance, budgeting, insurance, banking, and payroll, effective January 1, 2023.

The successful candidate will exhibit a Christ-like spirit and a strong commitment to Godly values and lifestyle yet will be a member of a church other than First Baptist Newnan.


  • Operate a plan of financial recording and reporting in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles

  • Ensure that appropriate and accurate accounting records are maintained in the following areas:

    • Accounts payable and accounts receivable

    • Payroll – track, prepare and deliver required data to the payroll service provider o General Ledger

    • Monthly income statement and balance sheet

    • Bank accounts and investment/tax reporting, including monthly reconciliation of accounts from multiple ministry areas

  • Enforce church financial policies and procedures in the performance of each of the above areas 

  • Provide financial information to the Finance Committee, Staff, and Deacons in the form of monthly, quarterly, and annual reports for budget expenditures and financial projections, as well as other requested financial information

  • Attend meetings of the Finance Committee when requested

  • Provide stewardship-related data, including contribution and pledge reports

  • HR Payroll and Benefits Processing for all staff, including completion of forms and enrollments for insurance and retirement benefits and documentation of eligibility, payroll processing, and maintenance of HR files related to payroll, insurance and retirement benefits.

  • Scholarship financial administration, including correspondence with schools, distribution of funds to the schools, administration of scholarship funds, and related reporting


  • College degree or equivalent skills developed through 4-10 years related experience or training, or an equivalent combination of education and experience

  • Knowledge, skills and abilities in church financial matters as well as effective management skills and problem-solving skills

  • Ability to maintain and protect strict confidentiality of financial information, to demonstrate honesty and personal integrity, and to adhere to church financial policies and procedures

  • Strong organizational, administration and interpersonal skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Ability to comprehend, analyze, interpret and communicate complex financial regulations and documents

  • Working knowledge of computer systems and financial software

Personal Attributes:

  • Exhibit a passion for God and a Christ-like spirit as evidenced in personal life and family relationships

  • Be flexible, friendly, approachable, and honest

  • Be a “team player” who knows how to accomplish numerous tasks in a professional and timely manner

  • Be able to communicate and establish effective working relationships with many different people

  • Possess solid time-management skills and organizational abilities, recognizing the large volume of required manual data entry


Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to wbof@SOPArjana.bet and use Financial Administrator in the subject line.

Questions? Contact the main church office at 770-253-0797 or via email at vasb@soparjana.bet.