Are you skilled and trained in IT? Are you passionate about seeing the Gospel spreading to the nations but prefer to work behind the scenes?
OM Zimbabwe would love to have you join our team in a support role to assist us in making sure our limited IT resources are used to maximize capacity and enable workers to do their jobs.
The work involves:
- providing support to team members and hands-on IT support
- providing IT training
- updating and maintaining IT policies and procedures
- assisting with sourcing and upgrading needed technology.
This is not a full time position in itself so there will also be opportunities to be involved in other team ministry opportunities.
We need someone who:
- has a reasonable background and familiarity with computers and IT matters
- is able to manage a broad range of issues related to IT
- has a good working knowledge of English
- is interested in serving the field with the use of IT skills
As soon as possible
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