Digital Production Manager

Christ Church | Abingdon

Description of Job

We’re looking to appoint a full-time Digital Production Manager to take a lead on all aspects of online church and mission.

Digital Production: you will take a technical lead on enabling Sunday services and activities to be produced and broadcast, working with the clergy, worship team, children’s ministry team, and the recently established video editing team. The role will require flexibility to adapt to the changing COVID19 legal framework, which will shape whether we are livestreaming from people’s homes or from our usual service locations. You will also offer technical support to other church ministries to develop their online presence and ministry midweek.

Digital Team and Training: we are looking to invest in growing and developing volunteers who can contribute to digital production and livestream activities. We also want to develop the skills and confidence of other staff team members and ministry leaders.

Digital Development of Online Church: you will contribute to the creation of a digital development plan, helping the church to explore options for developing our presence online longer term.

The information in the Role Profile is not meant to be a strait-jacket that you have to fit into! We know that people have a variety of strengths, experiences and passions, and we would expect to refine the job to fit the right applicant’s skills, gifts and talents.

How to apply for the job

Interested candidates should submit the following to
- an updated CV
- covering letter outlining your reasons for applying and suitability for the role
- a 60 second video 'why you should consider shortlisting me'
- an equal opportunities monitoring form (can be downloaded at

For further details, please download the Role Profile or contact

Role Profile (980.03 KB)


Christ Church

Christ Church is an evangelical charismatic Anglican church in the north of Abingdon, founded 59 years ago. We meet on two sites – in a beautiful old tithe barn on Northcourt Road and in a primary school on the Long Furlong housing estate. There are about 600 adult members, with a further 200 children and young people.