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Work in a Christ-centered environment where you can thrive professionally and spiritually as part of a team committed to knowing God and making Him known.

Video Associate

A Video Associate sets-up and operates audio and video equipment including microphones, sound speakers, video screens, projectors, video monitors, recording equipment, connecting wires, cables, and related electronic equipment for live events, meetings, and presentations. This position requires a strong ability to prioritize tasks, work efficiently under pressure, and communicate effectively (both verbally and in writing); must be professional, highly organized, detail-oriented, and innovative. He/She serves with integrity, honesty, and knowledge that promotes Harvest’s mission, culture, and values.

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Requirements:

    • Install, adjust, and operate electronic equipment to record, edit, and transmit video and multimedia   presentations.• Diagnose and resolve media system problems.• Switch sources of video input from one camera to another.• Mix and regulate sound inputs and feeds, and coordinate audio feeds.• Compress, digitize, duplicate, and store audio and video data.• Perform minor repairs and routine cleaning of audio and video equipment.• Notify supervisors when major equipment repairs are needed.• Design layouts of audio and video equipment and perform upgrades and maintenance.• Conduct training sessions on selection, use, and design of audiovisual materials and on operation of  presentation equipment.• Monitor incoming and outgoing pictures and sound feeds to ensure quality, and notify directors of  any possible problems.• Build and develop constructive /cooperative working relationships with others and maintain them  over time.• Keep up-to-date with new camera and editing technology and equipment.• Represent Harvest in a professional and positive manner to external sources.• Physical Requirements, with or without accommodation: prolonged periods of sitting, standing,  bending, stooping, reaching, pushing, pulling, squatting, and looking at computer screens.• Duties are not exhaustive and are subject to change at any time.
Custodian I - Part Time (Evenings & Weekends)

A Custodian I keeps buildings clean and in orderly condition.  This entry-level position is responsible for performing routine cleaning duties, such as cleaning floors, washing walls and glass, and removing trash.  Duties also include notifying management of any needed repairs.  Activities are both indoors and outdoors, and may require travel between Satellite campuses.  They serve with integrity, honesty and knowledge that promotes Harvest’s culture, values and mission.  

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Requirements:

  • Monitor building security and safety, such as locking doors after operating hours and checking electrical appliance used to ensure that hazards are not created.
  • Service, clean and supply restrooms.
  • Gather and empty trash.
  • Follow procedures for the use of chemical cleaners to prevent damage to floors and fixtures.
  • Mix water and detergents or acids in containers to prepare cleaning solutions, according to specifications.
  • Strip, seal, finish, and polish floors.
  • Notify managers concerning the need for major repairs.
  • Request supplies or equipment needed for cleaning and maintenance duties.
  • Clean windows, glass partitions, and mirrors using soapy water or other cleaners, sponges, or squeegees.
  • Physical requirements with or without accommodation include the ability to lift up to 50 lbs consistently, repetitive hand and foot motions, prolonged standing, walking, kneeling, bending, stooping, climbing, crawling, squatting, and reaching. 
  • Duties are not exhaustive and are subject to change at any time.
Webcast Intern - Part Time

The Webcast Intern produces and ensures the quality of all webcast items, both live streams and on-demand archives across multiple platforms at once. This requires a deep understanding of all webcast systems and how they function together and impact one another. The Webcast Intern must react and think quickly to troubleshoot any issues that may arise during a live broadcast. This often involves a high degree of creative thinking to create new solutions for unexpected incidents. He/she must be able to deal with the stress of live production and be able to think clearly in the event of emergency failure of any webcast system.

The role requires that he/she is an extremely thorough, detail-oriented, and technically minded person, able to comb through large amounts of data for long periods of time. He/she must be self-motivated, exhibit a strong work ethic, have a desire to learn, be able to work equally well, independently, and with others. He/she will need to develop strong working relationships with all team members and other departments. He/she serves with honesty, integrity, dedication, knowledge, and attitude that honors and glorifies Christ.

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Requirements:

  • Coordinate technical details of webcast set-up, including verifications and testing of network infrastructure.
  • Conduct, capture, ingest, and compression audio and media.
  • Troubleshoot technical issues throughout the webcast and provide online support.
  • Interface with internal and external contacts to ensure needs are met and offer creative solutions for each project.
  • Execute live audio and video webcasts.
  • Troubleshoot technical issues throughout the webcast and provide online support.
  • Command of modern digital video production and streaming video equipment and processes.
  • Proficiency with the various OS (WIN, MAC, Linux).
  • Use encoding software, HTML, XML, and web publishing and streaming technologies; Final Cut Pro, Photoshop, Illustrator.
  • Use broadcast equipment, including signal processors, routers & converters.
  • Work cooperatively with a production team to ensure a cohesive final product.
  • Consult with internal clients to define the needs of their project, including answering and returning client telephone and/or electronic mail inquiries.
  • Schedule work in the project management system.
  • Encode, author, and publish webcast projects, including audio capture, video capture/compression, and final webcast publishing and uploading, metadata tagging in the media management system.
  • Perform testing of published content to ensure accurate delivery that meets service requirements.
  • Keep up-to-date with advances in audiovisual equipment used to record and playback audio/video material.
  • Report equipment problems and ensure that the required repairs are made in a timely manner.
  • Develop constructive/cooperative working relationships with staff and maintain them over time.
  • Encourage and build mutual trust, respect, and cooperation among team members.
  • Physical requirements, with or without accommodation, include prolonged periods of sitting, standing, walking, handling materials, keyboard typing, hand motion, foot motion, looking at a computer screen, and telephone communication.
  • Duties are not exhaustive and are subject to change at any time.
Roving Sub

A Roving Substitute serves as back-up personnel in many areas of the school. Areas include:  1) Office - Performs routine clerical functions, greets visitors, administers first aid to students. 2) Teacher Assistant – Follows direction from the classroom teacher. 3) Playground/Day Care – Oversees play activities, council students as needed. 4) Security – Signs in/badges all visitors, security sweeps, observes movement of students and adults on campus. 5) Library – Check books in/out. 6) Hot Lunch – Pick up blue bags from classrooms, empty and sort contents, prepare/run snack cart, print lunch count and call in to CafĂ©, collect lunch cards from students during lunch. He/She serves with integrity, honesty, and knowledge that promotes Harvest’s mission, culture and values

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Requirements:

    • Greet visitors, answer the telephone and walkie-talkie and route all calls to the appropriate people. â€˘ Administer first aid to students.• Follows direction from the classroom teacher. â€˘ Assists students, grades papers, prepare student folders.• Oversees play activities, supervise students, council students as needed.• Participate and monitor students’ recreational activities to ensure participation and safety.• Sign in late students and visitors; badge visitors.• Perform periodic security sweeps of the building and quad area.• Assist in perimeter checks.• Observe movement of student to ensure safe transport from one location to another.• Check books in and out; Assist students in finding books.• Pick up blue bags from classrooms, empty and sort contents.• Prepare snack cart and run during recess.• Print lunch count and call order in to CafĂ©.• Collect lunch cards from students during lunch.• Physical requirements, with or without accommodation, include: prolonged periods  of sitting, standing, walking, handling materials, keyboard typing, hand motion, foot motion,  looking at a computer screen• Duties are not exhaustive and are subject to change at any time.
Substitute Teacher

A Substitute Teacher must be a born-again Christian, committed to living a biblical lifestyle and called by God to teach at Harvest School. This substitute position will, when called upon, teach, plan, direct, and coordinate student activities at the elementary level: academic, social, physical, and spiritual wholeness, with compassion, encouragement, and leadership. A Substitute Teacher must be dependable, friendly, enthusiastic, creative, and organized, with the ability to relate well with children, parents, school staff, and volunteers. They teach with integrity, honesty, and knowledge that promotes Harvest’s culture, values, and mission.

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Requirements:

  • Maintain a positive Christian atmosphere in the classroom.
  • Demonstrate a Christ-like and positive professional attitude toward students; treat students with respect, remain objective when dealing with student problems, grading, etc.
  • Instruct students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons and projects; communicate those objectives to students. 
  • Prepare materials and classroom activities to encourage student participation, using various teaching and motivation techniques.
  • Provide a variety of materials and resources for children to explore, manipulate, and use, both in learning activities and in imaginative play. 
  • Facilitate student learning by supplementing regular curriculum materials with a variety of instructional materials and activities, such as media, field trips, related non-curricular materials, and activities, etc.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs, abilities, personalities and interests.  
  • Develop techniques to help students improve their academic, physical, and spiritual learning potential.
  • Organize classroom efficiently to meet the educational and physical needs of students.
  • Attend to student needs by walking around the classroom and responding to raised hands.
  • Provides additional time beyond the regular daily schedule for students in need of assistance.
  • Encourage and build mutual trust, respect, and cooperation among students, faculty, and parents.
  • Observe and evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health in an objective and consistent manner through quizzes, tests, projects, reporting grades, physical fitness performance, etc.
  • Maintain thorough student records to document attendance, participation, or progress, ensuring confidentiality of all records.
  • Provide students positive feedback to encourage and help them develop an appreciation for academic achievement, physical education, and spiritual growth.
  • Reinforce and reward appropriate social and academic behavior in the classroom.
  • Prepare students for later grades by encouraging them to explore learning opportunities and to persevere with challenging tasks.
  • Establish and enforce behavior rules and procedures for maintaining order among the students for whom they are responsible, always placing students’ health and safety first.
  • Implement consistent and early behavior problem intervention by walking around the classroom, interacting with students, redirecting student attention to tasks, consistently applying student management plan, informing/involving parents in discipline/discipleship process, and carefully following Administrative Discipline Process.
  • Meet with parents and guardians to discuss their children's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their resource needs.
  • Communicate with parents, volunteers, and other external sources, by communicating in person, in writing, by telephone or e-mail, and represent Harvest in a positive manner.
  • Provide general supervision of all students throughout the school, such as hallways, courtyard, cafeteria, lunch area, playground, off-campus field trips, etc.
  • Develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with staff and maintain them over time.
  • Maintain a professional behavior in accordance with the Teacher Manual and Harvest Christian Fellowship Employee Manual, and a wiliness to follow school’s policies and procedures.
  • Accept change in a positive Christ-like and professional manner, such as implementing new programs and policies, a willingness to accept decisions made by others, etc.
  • Accepts evaluation and redirection and makes necessary changes or adjustments.
  • Remains current in the educational field through course work, in-service activities, professional literature, conferences, workshops, etc.
  • Physical requirements, with or without accommodation, include: prolonged periods of sitting, standing, walking, handling materials, keyboard typing, hand motion, foot motion, looking at a computer screen
  • Duties are not exhaustive and are subject to change at any time.
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