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The International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem is always on the lookout for committed believers who are interested in working for us in Israel.

In general, a staff member on an entry level with the ICEJ receives:

  • Housing in a 2 bedroom apartment with a staff member of the same sex. This enables everyone to have their private bedroom.
  • Israeli medical insurance.
  • Israeli cellphone or sim card for those who prefer their personal device.
  • A monthly cash stipend of NIS2,000. That is about US$570 at the current exchange rate. Staff members pay their apartment utilities, electricity, gas and water as well as a condominium fee if applicable. 

Entry-Level Position Currently Available:

ICEJ Videographer/ Editor - TV Department
Online Applications are possible from 05 Dec 2018 to 31 October 2019

Job Title: Videographer/ Editor - TV Department
Organization: International Christian Embassy Jerusalem
Location: Jerusalem, Israel

The International Christian Embassy is looking for a full-time Videographer/ Editor to assist in the daily production of quality, original programming. This includes, but is not limited to the ICEJ Report, Word From Jerusalem Program, Promotional Videos, Feast of Tabernacles Content, Envision Content, and more. If you have a passion and drive to lead the way in the production of content that will make a difference, then you might be the person we’re looking for to fill this position. Does this describe you?

You enjoy:

  • Getting out of the office and meeting people with interesting stories
  • Going on film shoots in a variety of terrains- in Israel and abroad
  • Being creative, and are a seasoned video editor ready to use your skillset to share the vision of ICEJ with viewers
  • Technical aspects of cinematography, which includes lighting, use of lenses, frame rates and more
  • Problem Solving- adapting to the ever-changing environment of production that can be caused by unforeseen factors like bad weather, equipment problems or even artist changes in direction
  • Working as a team- player within an international production team in a collaborative environment
  • Being flexible and adaptable in your workflow, tasks assigned to you and with your schedule
  • Creating meaningful videos that have an opportunity to bless the nation and people of Israel
  • Participating in group prayer and devotion times and going deeper in your walk with Jesus
  • Working in an exciting environment
  • Completing projects on a deadline

You will:

  • Be a lead shooter on productions in the field, edit the videos, and be a part of the process all the way to the final product, working closely with the lead producer
  • Be a part of a production that airs on Christian TV Networks around the world
  • Operate and oversee camera equipment and will need knowledge and experience with the concepts of cinematography
  • Work in a cross-cultural environment at the ICEJ with a staff from more than 15 nations
  • Experience first-hand the Jewish and Christian holidays in Israel

You have:

  • Experience working as part of a team to bring a project from pre-production to post-production
  • A college degree (desired) and/or completion of a certificate program in Broadcast communications, production, cinematography, video editing or a related field
  • A website or demo reel or video links demonstrating your work
  • Experience using the Adobe Creative Suite
  • A willingness to live and adapt to life in a foreign country
  • The ability to make decisions under pressure and present solutions to challenges
  • Chutzpah – not sure what this means? Work on your Yiddish!

If you have the desired qualifications, please send us your completed application with all requested attachments to the personnel department at the Jerusalem head office via the following link:

Please add to your online application the following documents:

  • Current and completed CV
  • Recent passport-sized photograph (preferably color)
  • Copy of your current passport (page with your photo)
  • One-page letter explaining “why you are applying for a position with the ICEJ”
  • Letter of recommendation from your Pastor
  • Letter of recommendation from your Employer of your last two positions/ internships


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