Posted about 1 year agoThe Keith Campbell Foundation for the Environment is delighted to announce the addition of a new staff position of Tech Specialist. This is a full time, remote position that will provide support to the Assistant to the President of the Foundation in executing and extending the Foundation’s comprehensive IT strategy.The Tech Specialist will be responsible for a wide range of technical support and projects, including direct support to staff, vendor management, and buildouts/implementations of our Salesforce-based grants management system. We are seeking a highly organized, administrative level tech expert with extensive Salesforce experience. The Tech Specialist will be supporting two office locations with six staff in San Francisco, CA and Annapolis, MD, both with employees frequently working remotely.The Campbell Foundation was established in 1998 to improve the conditions of America’s largest and most ecologically diverse and productive estuary systems: the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays. In 2003, Keith expanded the geographic focus of The Campbell Foundation to include California and the San Francisco Bay watershed under the leadership of his daughter and the Foundation’s President, Samantha Campbell.Deadline for Applications - April 8, 2019Click here to ApplyJob TitleTech SpecialistCompetenciesProactive work ethic, highly self-motivated; capacity to work independently, but still take direction and work with existing systemsA strong systems orientation and natural curiosity, with a track record of improving and enhancing existing technologiesExceptional project management skills, with a demonstrated ability to take ownership of complex projects from conception to fruitionAble to prioritize multiple deadlines decisively and quickly; strong time management skillsAn approach to problem-solving that demonstrates a collaborative mindset to seeking positive resolutionHyper-organized and detail-orientedStrong active listening and communication skills and a customer service orientationJob Duties, Roles and ResponsibilitiesProject ManagementProvide hands-on Salesforce.com (and Salesforce.com-related technology) customization and configuration to the Grants Management SystemPrepare and maintain project management timelinesMaintain data integrity, including clean up and data migration/entryMaintain websiteKeep informed of tools and current thinking in fieldTech Support & EquipmentMaintain and replace all hardware and software as neededDevelop processes and standards for hardware, software and servicesConfigure and administer all user accounts for all softwareProvide training to staff on technology, including developing written training materials and policiesEnsure information security within all IT and mobile communications related activitiesMake recommendations for all software and hardware purchasesServe as the primary liaison with the Foundation's outsourced IT firmsAdministrativeThis position does not have administrative support, so the employee is responsible for managing their own calendar, travel, time tracking, expenses, and work plan.RequirementsExperience Requirement5+ years experience in an information technology position where you have developed admin level skills in wide range of tools, per the list below3+ years experience with Salesforce.com customization and configuration1+ years experience with foundationConnect a bonusSalesforce.com Administrator Certification or Consultant CertificationTechnical SkillsEquipment/MaintenanceWindows and Mac OS, iOS devices, Parallels or other virtualization software, LastPass or other password manager, Zoho Assist or other remote access tool, Meraki or other MDM/inventor, various additional OS maintenance appsSalesforceAnd related technologies such as foundationConnect, Nonprofit Success Pack, Lightning, Communities, Paradot other marketing automation app, Nintex/Drawloop or other management, admin apps such as GridBuddy, SuperClone and Field TripProductivityOffice Suite, Box, SmartSheet or other project management software, Acrobat, Concur/TripIt, Evernote, Survey Monkey, Cascade or other strategic plan reporting software, photo editing, Zapier or other integration toolCommunicationsThird party exchange hosting and O365, Barracuda email security, Zoom, RingCentral, Word Press or other web content management system, MindMeister or other mind mapping, Jing or other screencast toolHuman Resource SoftwareBambooHR or other time tracking, Breezy or other applicant tracking system, Checkr or other background check system, GoalSpan or other performance evaluationAdditional InformationTravelOccasional domestic travel, primarily to tech conferencesMobilityConstant utilization of remote work capabilitiesEducation RequirementBachelor's DegreeSalaryDOE and location, based on an industry-standard salary surveyBenefitsIn addition to working to effect positive change in the watersheds of the Chesapeake Bay and California, the Campbell Foundation offers exceptional benefits including medical, dental, vision, 403(b) retirement plan, generous paid time off, tuition assistance, exercise reimbursement, matching gifts, and state of the art technology tools.When and how to applyApplications for the Tech Specialist position are being accepted through April 8, 2019.Position TypeAdministrativeReports ToAnna LindgrenLocationFlexibleFTE Status/Hours per weekFull time, 40 hours per week, non-exemptWe asked for the following to be submitted along with the online application:Resume and cover letterEducational backgroundTechnical skills overview - A list of all software tools you have expertise in, the length of time you’ve been a user, and whether you assess yourself as a beginner, intermediate, advanced or admin level userProfessional statement, no longer than 500 words in length, that highlights how your professional background supports innovation and the Foundation’s ability to solve complex problemsWriting samples, video interviews, skills test, and background/reference checks are required of final candidates for this position.