Use your computer skills on your own time, working with a great team. The focus of this position is to ensure reliable, useful, efficient desktop tools/environments for our ministers, office staff, and volunteers who sometimes work on site, i.e. by maintaining a reliable, standardized and up-to-date office computing environment that fully supports operational functions and workloads. The Workstation Specialist works closely with the Network Specialist, Web Support providers, the Admin/IT Chair and the Congregational Administrator and/or Office Manager.
Deepen relationships by working with our great existing team, QUUF staff, members and friends. Continually deepen and update your own knowledge and skills. Use your creativity and skills to provide systems/ tools that bring greater productivity/ effectiveness to many others in the organization. Save money for the congregation. Provide vital, high function systems and technological infrastructure that supports the Mission and Key Programs of the Fellowship.
Any of the following, and/or technical aptitude for hands on learning: Organization, collaboration and positive attitude. Sense of humor. Good decision making, process design skills. Team player who is able to work independently as needed. Familiarity/expertise with any/all of the following: Systems/technology analysis, design and development; change and problem management; technical writing; Windows/Mac computing platforms, MS Office, Word, Excel, Access, and other tools; PowerChurch or other church/financial database applications; printing protocols; email and other communication and social networking tools.
Hands on, one on one orientation and coaching, as desired and as possible. Accumulated library of technical documentation; selected tutorials; Walkthrough of QUUF technical environment & documents Attend professional training classes at QUUF expense, as necessary, to cover gaps in your own experience/skills.