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Graphic Operator

Woodbridge, VA, USA

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About the Role

Operator position that is responsible for all video, lyric, and graphic content. They primarily work with the video department in conjunction with a Video Director to play back content when called to do so.


  • Upload and import provide video, lyric, and graphic content to the graphic playback machine.

  • Work in concert with the video team taking direction and lead from the Video Director.

  • Create/manage daily media content playlist.

  • Oversee and ensure thorough pre-event testing of graphic playback machine and peripheral equipment.

  • Direct operation of the graphic playback machine to ensure appropriate content is cued timely and without error.

  • Interface with additional service, technical, and leadership teams to achieve the best possible video product.

  • Directly oversee the shut down of the graphic playback machine, specifically ensuring that all equipment is returned to its proper place.


  • An associate's or bachelor's degree in a field related to broadcast and/or live event technologies.

  • A minimum of 2 years of experience in a broadcast environment, or live event environment.

  • Proven and proficient communication and customer service skills.

  • Expert ability to multitask and prioritize assigned tasks.

  • Expert computer skills with the ability to troubleshoot advanced IT problems.

  • A strong eye for graphic design

  • A high technical aptitude

  • Expert knowledge of ProPresenter

  • Advanced knowledge of Macintosh Operating System

  • Advanced knowledge of Windows Operating System

About the Company

The Why
Recognizing a growing need in the church audio-visual community a small group of technicians sat down to create an organization driven to solve a problem. From the inception DTS seeks to be brave, think outside of the box and find the exception. That initial group identified a deficit between available and qualified technicians and an incredible demand from church audio-visual ministries for those types of technicians.

The initial idea was to bridge the gap between the technician and the church. The primary focus would be to connect quality technicians to churches that needed dependable technical support. The group recognized a robust and personal training and development program would need to be instituted within the organization in order to assure that churches would be connected to dependable technicians. This training and development program paired with a church technician profile system would allow the organization to match the technician to the church's needs.

If an organization could provide fair pricing and dependable technical assistance, that organization could make the lives on both sides of the coin easier and more fruitful. Thus the idea of the Dependable Tech guarantee. An assurance to the church that the right tech will be delivered for the right price.

Our vision is to see communities built by dependable people; building each other, through dependable ideas.

Our mission is to provide dependable and accountable tech services.

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