This new full time position’s responsibilities and projects will be divided generally into three parts. Each responsibility will help us to further develop the educational portion of our mission in the communities we serve. First, the CTEP member will be working to further improve the processes we use to train community-based workgroups (e.g. TSE and Midwest Special Services) as well as incoming volunteers and interns. The goal is to offer the best opportunities for the individuals involved and improve their knowledge of, and skills within, the technology that we work with. This will include working with our staff to streamline our current technology training materials and procedures to ensure that each individual coming in receives a similar training process and deeper understanding of the technology that they are working with on both a hardware and software level.
The CTEP member will be responsible for developing two types of digital literacy materials. The first type of materials will consist of basic “how-to’s” for troubleshooting and getting the most out of the software that is installed on their PCs for People computer. The second type of material will be created on demand based on the requests of PCs for People customers. If strong demand for these materials exists, we offer them via interactive webinar.
PCS for People is seeking a candidate with computer hardware and software experience, a strong analytical thinker, ability to lift 50+ pounds repetitively, has a passion for computers and technology, and is able to estimate and meet deadlines.
Childcare assistance if eligible, Education award upon successful completion of service, Health coverage, Living allowance, Student loan forbearance, Training
GED/High School Diploma
Less than High School Completed
Permits attendance at school during off hours
Subject to criminal background check