Production Coordinator

City on a Hill Melbourne

Applications closed Friday 4th March 2022


Our story began in 2007 with a small team and a big vision to make a difference in Melbourne for the good of all people and the glory of God.

Meeting initially as a small group bible study in a city apartment, in October of that same year we launched our first public service in a pub in Melbourne’s Docklands.

Gripped by the good news of Jesus, we prayed that God would establish a community of faith that would experience his beauty, truth, and relevance in a timely and contextual way. Like a “city on a hill” that shines in the midst of darkness, so we wanted the light, love and life of God to emanate brightly in and through our lives for our good, the good of our city and the glory of his name.

Throughout our journey, God has done incredibly more than we could ever think or imagine. We have seen hundreds of men and women find new life in Christ and enter the waters of baptism. We have celebrated with those who have reconnected back to following Jesus. We’ve seen God inspire leaders and volunteers to care for the poor and marginalised, pioneer new ministries, train leaders, equip and send out missionaries near and far, and open many doors for the gospel.

Since our inception, we have witnessed a special work of God’s grace. We are now a movement of eight churches, across five cities, united together by a vision to reach 10 cities with the beauty, truth and relevance of Jesus by planting 50 churches.

City on a Hill is a movement of men, women and children, united by a simple mission:

To know Jesus and make Jesus known


As we seek to know Jesus and make Jesus known, we are looking to appoint a key leader to join the Ministry team at City on a Hill Melbourne and drive forward our mission. The Production Coordinator will work with staff and will lead volunteers in the creative production of City on a Hill Melbourne services, special events and will help pioneer mid-week digital ministry and creative initiatives. This role will be a paid position of 4 days per week, based in Melbourne and will report directly to the Director of Ministry at City on a Hill Melbourne.



  1. Lead in the areas of vision, live-broadcast, lighting, audio/sound, staging, and logistics for Sunday services and special events including:
    • Leading creative vision for all areas of production.
    • Helping to launch and strengthen our live broadcast of Sunday services.
    • Recruiting, inspiring, training, resourcing, coordinating, and caring for team leaders and volunteers for production of Sunday services and special events.
    • Overseeing the best structure for production team leaders and volunteers on a Sunday in consultation with the Director of Ministry.
    • Pursue best and innovative practices for all areas of production for Sunday services and special events.
  2. Lead in the production of mid-week digital events and creative initiatives/resources
    • For example, leading a creative team in the production of gospel story-telling, digital teaching series and videos, creative videos to communicate vision and inspire, digital resources for evangelistic courses, digital resources for discipleship courses, creative music videos, podcast videos and interviews.


  1. Fulfil the character qualifications outlined for a deacon in 1 Timothy 3:8-13.
  2. A demonstrated passion for Jesus, his church and his mission.
  3. Alignment with the vision, mission and cultural distinctives of City on a Hill.
  4. Highly creative
  5. A passion to learn
  6. Ability to recruit, train and grow volunteer teams and leaders in the production area.
  7. Excellent professional skills including: time management, efficiency, work capacity, project management, organisation and team leadership.
  8. Professional creative and technical experience
  9. Ability to maintain trust, discretion and confidentiality when handling sensitive personal and church information.
  10. Identify production needs across a wide array of production areas.


All City on a Hill staff must hold a current Victorian Working with Children Check, a National Police History Check that returns no disclosed outcomes that would exclude you from the role, and uphold the standards outlined in the Anglican Church of Australia Faithfulness in Service code of personal behaviour for church workers.

Applications closed Friday 4th March 2022