Audio Specialist

The Audio Specialist must be able to execute the audio productions of the church and lead junior audio engineers in fulfilling said roles. He or she will have a passion for audio production, a strong technical background, and a keen ear for sound quality. He or she will play a crucial role in capturing, editing, and enhancing audio elements to meet the highest standards of clarity and creativity.

This role reports directly to the Technical Manager.


Recording and Mixing:

  • Operate recording equipment during studio sessions, live events, or other audio recording settings.
  • Mix and balance sound elements to create a polished and cohesive audio product.

Editing and Mastering:

  • Edit recorded audio to ensure seamless transitions, eliminate background noise, and enhance overall sound quality.
  • Master final audio tracks for distribution, ensuring consistency and adherence to industry standards.

Equipment Operation:

  • Set up, operate, and maintain audio equipment, including microphones, soundboards, amplifiers, and recording devices.
  • Troubleshoot technical issues to ensure uninterrupted audio production.

Quality Control:

  • Monitor and maintain audio quality throughout the production process, addressing any issues promptly.
  • Conduct quality control checks on final audio products to ensure they meet project specifications.

Sound Design:

  • Contribute to the design of sound effects and audio elements for various media productions, such as videos, theatrical productions, conferences and seminars.

Collaboration and Others:

  • Collaborate with producers, directors, musicians, and other team members to understand project requirements and goals.
  • Provide creative input to enhance the overall audio experience.
  • Lead, supervise, plan, and facilitate audio setups and productions.
  • Coach audio engineers and lay volunteers to mix the audio.
  • Be responsible for the audio team’s budgetary, resource planning and inventory management.
  • Performing any other general duties as and when assigned.


  • Minimum Diploma in Sound or Electrical Engineering (or any other engineering or technical field).
  • Relevant professional certification with a good system and audio tuning/calibration knowledge.
  • Strong understanding of acoustics, sound theory, and audio signal flow.
  • Possess good organisational abilities.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a team and communicate effectively.
  • Able to work on weekends and be involved in our church services on Sundays (5-day work week).

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