Training ethnic teams in audio
Do you love audio production? Can you spend hours in a sound recording studio? Do you enjoy sharing your passion for recording? Are you interested in helping record the Bible or dubbing Gospel productions? Do you want to see locally made expressions of worship?
If so, then you might be perfect for this role!
Half of a movie is audio and so we need trainers to improve the skills of our ethnic teams in recording, creating foley and original soundtracks, and recording their own music. The ideal candidate has music production and recording skills. They are capable of setting up and running an audio studio. When not recording or developing curriculum in the studio at our headquarters, audio trainers travel to train PV teams in studio recording, field audio recording and music production.
This position could be part-time but needs to be based in Chiangmai.
- Develop curriculum, including powerpoints, for music production, field recording and studio recording and the various programs included.
- Organise for the translation of the curriculum into Thai and other local languages.
- Regularly travel to provide training for our teams in music and recording as well as run workshops and seminars.
- Work with our ethnic teams to complete dubbing projects and be on hand as a consultant with field recording when they are shooting a movie.
- Managing the sound studio and maintaining it in a ready to record state.
- A tertiary qualification in audio recording or the equivalent combination of education and work experience
- A working knowledge of at least one of the major recording programs (Adobe Audition, Pro-tools or Logic).
- An understanding of missions through a course such as Perspectives or an equivalent Bible class would be helpful.
- Previous multi-cultural experience, especially in Asia would be helpful as well as experience training non-English speakers.
- Samples of your work are needed to apply.
Are You Interested?
Help us get to know you by filling out the application form. Submitting an application does not commit you to joining, but it does help us understand your situation and start the dialogue to find the best fit in our team for your skills and passions. For international staff moving to Thailand, we ask for a commitment of at least 3 years for long term staff as the first year is mostly absorbed with language and culture learning.
Unless specified otherwise, all our international staff are self-supported and assignment through a sending agency such as YWAM, Interserve or Wycliffe is preferred.