If you enjoy problem solving, strategic thinking, and working behind the scenes with our wonderful staff, this is the place for you. You do not need to be a tech genius, but you do need to be interested in information technology and how to use it to support the smooth running of the fellowship. Working closely with the Congregational Administrator, the Admin/IT Committee chair oversees and coordinates a team of skilled volunteers who look after office technology, functioning and best practices
The Admin/IT chair and committee enjoys a warm relationship with office staff and the opportunity for developing relationships with staff, members and friends. Working at the hub of the Fellowship, you come to understand how the Fellowship works and to connect deeply with QUUF. This is also an opportunity to deepen your own knowledge and use your creativity and organizational skills
The Admin/IT committee provides vital, high function systems and technological infrastructure that support the Mission and Key Programs of the Fellowship. It oversees and maintains systems and tools that bring greater productivity and effectiveness to many others in the organization. Without this committee we would not have a redesigned website, a dependable Wi-Fi network, or highly-functional office IT system.
Organization, collaboration and positive encouragement of a team. Sense of humor. Good decision making, process guidance and respect for diversity and others’ ideas and skills. Working knowledge of MS Office, Word, Excel and Access would be a plus. Experience with IT systems, although nice, is not required.
Hands on, one on one orientation and coaching, as desired. Accumulated library of technical documentation; selected tutorials; Walkthrough of QUUF/Admin/Technology planning documents (strategic and tactical) and recent annual reports.