Help With Your IT Issues
A local business is piloting a scheme to provide local charities with IT support and is looking for charities to take part. The scheme will provide an electronic mailbox through which charities can submit questions and queries. These will be passed to a volunteer with the skills to help.
The range of skills potentially available include:
- Computer Support – Helping other people use their computers, identifying & resolving system problems – both technical faults & user errors
- Database – Creating or maintaining a database – writing update queries, managing information, cleansing data, data migration
- Project Management – Overseeing the implementation of new IT hardware or systems
- Microsoft Office – Trouble-shooting and best practice tips for working with Word, Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint and Sharepoint.
- Network and/or system management – Maintaining, managing and configuring networked software and systems
- Software development – Creating new or developing / improving existing software
- Smart Technology – Trouble-shooting and best practice tips for working with smart devices, such as smart phones and tablets.
- Website creation – Creating a new website eg web development, content creation, content editing using a content management system
- Website design – Creating the visual elements that make up the theme and style of a website
Charities in the pilot will be expected to give feedback about what works and what doesn’t to help shape a potential rollout of the scheme.
If your charity would like the opportunity to be one of the limited number of charities taking part in the pilot, contact Jo Banks at the Volunteer Centre: email@example.com