Northview Church

Live Broadcast Video Director



Why I Love This Opportunity

Caleb Loeppky


I am thrilled about the opportunity to work with Northview Church as they embark on a transformative journey in their live broadcast and video production. This position stands out because it offers the chance to be at the forefront of creating a new cinematic worship experience that will connect with thousands, both in-person and online. It’s not just about managing technology but crafting an inviting, dynamic environment that enhances community and spiritual engagement. Being part of this change is both a privilege and an exciting challenge.

About This Organization

Founded in 1980 by Pastor Tommy Paino and a modest group of 30, Northview Church began its journey in a school cafeteria in Carmel, Indiana, growing rapidly to become a key pillar of community and worship. By 1985, Northview had acquired 81 acres in Hamilton County, establishing a new campus that became the focal point for over 1,200 attendees at its inaugural service. The church experienced significant transformations under the leadership of Pastor Steve Poe in the late 1990s, becoming an independent, nondenominational church and forming key partnerships. Its innovative approach led to the launch of its first multisite campus in Greater Lafayette in 2007, with several more to follow across Indiana, including specialized campuses in correctional facilities. Despite challenges like the COVID-19 pandemic, under Pastor CJ Johnson’s leadership since 2021, Northview has added new sites and continued to grow. Today, Northview is one of America’s largest churches and a vibrant community known for its commitment to growth, innovation, and inclusivity, continually evolving to impact lives and create meaningful experiences.

Position Description

The Live Broadcast Video Director’s primary responsibility is to oversee and direct the live video production elements of Northview Church. This position will direct and provide live video support for all Northview Campuses and ministries.
This role also supports the creative design and implementation of weekend services and other events.

The biggest opportunity for the new broadcast director is the ability to be on the ground floor of creating something new. This position won’t be coming into an established look and feel that they need to conform, too, but will be able to help direct and create a new style that we want to achieve. It’s an opportunity that will allow you to put your imprint on our church uniquely and excitingly.

Northview has come from a very traditional broadcast style and wants to change its style to become more cinematic during weekend services and broadcasts online.
This position isn’t just about art and creating looks; it’s about creating an inviting environment where people want to serve. It’s where people can feel like family and be pushed to try things they’ve never tried before.


Key Responsibilities:

  • I lead the video production teams at Northview Church and manage the live broadcast to maintain a high-level experience in a distraction-free environment.
  • Build volunteer core teams by cultivating community and helping build relationships.
  • Equip production and volunteer teams to win every week.
  • Develop and maintain Northview Church video systems to enhance in-person and online experiences.


What a Strong Candidate Would Look Like:

  • Self-starter: Has a continued pursuit of excellence without being told what to do.
  • Passionate: Hands-on leader who can get into the details with passion and motivation.
  • Teachable: Being open-handed to learning how things are done in different ways.
  • Servant Leader: Has the culture of being a servant and serving other leaders.
  • Proven leadership: Has experience with the ability to recruit, train, build, and lead large volunteer and staff teams

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