The Denver-based Gill Foundation is seeking a Circuit Rider to assist ten community sites with their technological needs.
The Circuit Rider will:
- assess technical needs of hosts;
- make hardware and software recommendations to OutGiving Director that may include state-of-the-art donor software, databases, desktop, website, networking, etc.;
- manage the purchase of same;
- assist in the set-up and initial use of computers and software;
- serve as a consultant and trainer to the 10 sites for one year;
- create and utilize an evaluation tool at the end of the year to determine success of the program; and
- report monthly, in writing and by phone, to the OG Director.
The successful candidate will:
- have three or more years of successful computer technology experience: assessment, evaluation, training, consulting, etc.;
- demonstrate successful training and support experiences to various levels of computer literacy;
- be willing to work with a diverse constituency;
- have an understanding of and experience with non-profit organizations;
- have the capacity to assist organizations to establish models that work for them and their needs;
- understand the hardware, operating system and software that the organizations use or are likely to use;
- have worked on related projects;
- be excited about the potential to travel to, and work with, InCommunity sites; and
- commit to finishing the project within one year.
Interested parties should e-mail a resume, reference list, and a cover letter to Donna Red Wing at firstname.lastname@example.org by February 12, 2001.