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Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Kansas City, Missouri, United States

Date Posted:
07/09/2015
Categories:
IT
Job Type:
Full-Time
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Job Description:

 EVP Technology

 

The Exec Vice President of Technology will be responsible for accomplishing our Mission, Vision and reflecting our Core Values as the leader in the development of FCA technology. The EVP will work closely with field leadership and National Support Center staff to develop a clear vision and strategic plan for the use of technology in the ministry of FCA.

 

Responsibilities

 

Strategic   Leadership of FCA Technology

Develops and implements a strategic information technology plan to expand the impact of FCA and provide tools that enhance the   effectiveness of staff.

  •   Communicates a clear vision and plan for the   role of technology in the ministry of FCA.
  •   Leads the Executive Team, field leaders and   NSC staff in the development of the strategic      technology plan, processes and systems that   impact ministry performance.
  •   Organizes and leads a group FCA field staff   to provide input into the development of technology.
  •   Works with NSC departments to improve   productivity through the application of new technologies.
  •   Leads the development, testing and   implementation of new technology applications.
  •   Identifies current and future trends in   technology and their application to FCA.

 

Management of   IT Staff and   FCA Technology

  •   Leads and develops the FCA Technology Staff.
  •   Provides for the ongoing leadership and   training for FCA technology staff.
  •   Ensures the Support Services staff is   properly trained on all aspects of FCA Technology.
  •   Oversees the implementation of new technology   applications to enhance the FCA ministry.
  •   Leads all hardware and software development,   testing, implementation and evaluations.
  •   Develops training and implementation plans   for new technology.
  •   Operation and maintenance of Technology   infrastructure and applications.
  •   Ensures the FCA technology infrastructure is   properly maintained, updated and operational.
  •   Continually evaluates system performance and   take necessary action to enhance performance.
  •   Develops and implements appropriate backup   systems and disaster recovery plans.
  •   Ensures FCA’s technology   adheres to laws and regulations such as COPPA/CAN-Spam as well as industry   regulations such as PCI.
  •   Performs software upgrades as necessary.
  •   Develops accurate reporting of key ministry   metrics (KTV, financial, etc.).
  •   Develops and implements a strategic plan for   FCA Digital Ministry to expand the impact of   FCA.
  •   Develops and implements social media   strategies that engage and retain FCA constituents (coaches, athletes, volunteer donors, etc.).
  •   Works with communications to develop a   strategy to communicate FCA stories, articles and updates across all platforms.

 

 

 

                    

 

Serving the Staff

  • Sets the example for serving staff.
  • Regularly seeks input from field staff on the effectiveness and performance of FCA Technology.
  • Maintains computer and mobile device purchase program for FCA staff.

 

Financial Management

  • Prepare annual budget for FCA technology.
  • Manage expenses in line with budget.
  • Develop long term plan and budget for expansion of FCA Technology.
  • Manage development of new applications within approved budget.

 

Spiritual Growth

  • Continue to grow as a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ and a servant leader for FCA
  • Spend daily time in prayer and in the Word.
  • Model servant leadership.
  • Pursue Integrity, Serving, Teamwork and Excellence both privately and publicly.
  • Serve as a member of a local church.
  • Sharpen skills through continued learning.
  • Foster a coachable, approachable, humble spirit.

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related experience.
  • Minimum of 10 years work experience in all phases of technology operations, development, and implementation within an organization that supports field staff.
  • Minimum 7 years of experience in managing enterprise technology departments.
  • Experience with technologies and principles based on Microsoft Technology Stack.
  • Experience with various cloud-computing platforms and hosting services including but not limited to: SaaS, DaaS, IaaS, PaaS, Azure, Amazon, Rackspace, and Blackbaud CRM/CMS.
  • Experience working within large BYOD environments and best practices.
  • Provides oversight and guidance related to vendor management and API integrations.
  • General knowledge of the software development life-cycle and developing device agnostic applications at the enterprise level.
  • Provides innovative methods of communicating critical technology and information systems to field staff and other constituents.
  • Ability to communicate, inspire and motivate staff.
  • Ability to think strategically and tactically about the application of technology to the ministry and the ability to manage multiple activities simultaneously.
  • Maintains healthy relationships with vendors.

 Contact:

 

Ken Williams

Chief Administrative Officer

FCA

kwilliams@fca.org

816.+674.8785

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes

FCA is the largest Christian sports organization in the world. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.

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