People discover a real and awesome life at Sandals Church because God is working through a small group of dedicated staff that embodies the vision of being real with ourselves, God and others and mobilizes God’s people to serve his church.
Named as one of the 2014 Top Workplaces by the Press-Enterprise, Sandals Church is proud to offer a distinct employment experience that encourages employees to leverage their unique gifts and talents.
Interested in joining our team? We’d love to learn more about you.
The Visual Arts Director at Sandals Church is a leader of leaders.You will manage the day-to-day operations of our graphic designers, environmental designers and videographers as they inspire authenticity, innovation and creativity. We have some of the most talented visual artists in our industry, and if you like the way it’s always been done, this isn’t the place for you. Your role is to inspire them, help them develop technical skills, give them the structure necessary for them to succeed and the freedom necessary to love coming to do their life’s work everyday. Sound like you? Keep reading!
You will influence the entire organization at the Network level. The design department, environmental design department and video department will report to you. You will be responsible for inspiring them, managing tasks, leading brainstorming sessions and regularly evaluating team and individual performance.
SOME KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Lead as the driving member of the team, not the boss of employees.
Build and equip a team of volunteers to serve alongside team members.
Create margin to allow for inspiration, dream projects and “what if” sessions.
Help to define design directives and unify the visual language as a part of our brand.
WE'RE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO
Has broad experience as a designer, videographer or interior designer.
Is ministry minded, but entrepreneurial and culturally engaged.
Has a track record of unifying leadership experience with references from people who loved working with you.
YOU’RE OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE IF
Laughing, crying and jumping with excitement is your idea of a “great day at work.”
You aren’t intimidated by project timelines that extend as far as 2 years or as short as 2 days.
You ask, “What if?” a few dozen times a day.
You are ready to be real about your own issues and lead others to be real about theirs.
You already have a deep well of personal inspiration and can easily spit out ideas.
You love to work and you need to be told to take some time off.