After discussion and prayer, the leadership of RBC has identified the following potential positions that may be filled by volunteers, hired staff, or a combination of both. If you have interest and expertise in any of the positions below, please reach out to brucecampbell@restonbible.org.


Media & Communications Coordinator

Position Overview: Collaboratively develop and produce high quality media for all Reston Bible Church ministries. Provide support to elders, pastors, staff and ministry leaders to communicate and promote ministries and events through various media including print, web, video or other digital media forms.

Essential Skills: Well-rounded knowledge and experience in graphic design & modern media production, multimedia communication techniques & technologies, Adobe Creative Suite proficiency, experience in digital videography, editing and production. Ability to consistently meet tight, ongoing project deadlines.

Minimum availability: 20hrs/week, potentially full-time


Social Media Coordinator

Position Overview: Connects RBC social media accounts to our mission (“to know Christ”), vision (“Gather, Grow, Give and Go to the Glory of God”) and the gospel – shapes and maintains the online “face” of RBC. Participates in the rhythms of RBC to collect and share content in order to engage, encourage and inform RBCers and others through compelling posts that tell the story of what the Lord is doing in the life of our church.

Essential Skills: Experienced with current best practices on major social media platforms (especially Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube) in order to engage current followers and expand reach. Basic photography and video editing/production skills as pertaining to social media.

Minimum availability: 10-20hrs/week


Technical Director

Position Overview: Works closely with Reston Bible Church’s Worship Pastor and Director of Media to create engaging services and events at Reston Bible Church. Ensure that all technical systems on RBC’s campus (front of house, livestreaming, stage management, lighting, etc.) are operational and appropriately staffed each week. Maintain, repair and upgrade AVL resources and equipment across our campus.

Essential Skills: Expert-level knowledge of operating, maintaining and implementing audio, video and lighting systems and hardware, A/V infrastructure, proficiency with ProPresenter and other presentation software, livestream/broadcast experience.

Minimum availability: 20hrs/week, potentially full-time