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Purpose and Goal: implement measures to protect the Foundation’s sensitive and mission-critical data, staying one step ahead of cyber attackers with innovative solutions to prevent critical information from being stolen, damaged or compromised by hackers.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Risk assessment - identifying problems the Foundation might face
  • Vulnerability assessment - determining the Foundations’ weaknesses
  • Defense planning - installing protections, such as firewalls and data encryption program
  • Create plans to prevent any malicious or inadvertent use of data, create plans for emergency use, train users on security measures, and monitor access to data
  • Ensure that systems are working as designed by making changes, applying patches and setting up new admin users
  • Develop, implement, and ensure compliance of policies to protect the Foundation’s data from being inappropriately accessed or used


  • Logical, efficient, orderly, and highly organized
  • Bachelor's degree in computer science or related field.
  • Experience in information security or related field.
  • Experience with computer network penetration testing and techniques.
  • Understanding of firewalls, proxies, SIEM, antivirus, and IDPS concepts.
  • Ability to identify and mitigate network vulnerabilities and explain how to avoid them.
  • Understanding of patch management with the ability to deploy patches in a timely manner while understanding business impact.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Commitment to take on occasional security-related special projects

Time Commitment:

  • Time to dedicate to this professional volunteer opportunity (up to 10 hours per month)
  • Commitment to take on occasional IT and security-related projects as needed
  • Commitment to attend regular meetings
  • On an ad hoc basis, attend events according to schedule - events usually take place during evenings and weekends


  • Gain an understanding of local community needs and how they are being addressed
  • Improving your communication skills
  • Great personal satisfaction, since you have the opportunity to make a real difference to our donors’ lives

Orientation and Training:

  • Read Believe In Me by-laws, Believe In Me Articles of Incorporation
  • Meet with the Executive Governance Committee and Chief Executive Officer

Foundation Key Contact:

Reports directly to the Executive Governance Committee and works closely with fellow volunteers to complete assignments and exchange ideas.

Julie Webster Morningstar Foundation


510 W. Riverside, Suite 201
Spokane, WA 99201

(509) 448-1412

This role is purely voluntary and this arrangement is not meant to be legally binding or an employment contract.

Out-of-pocket travel costs between home and volunteering place will be offered.

Please use the following link to apply: https://formstack.io/0F636

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About Believe in Me


510 W Riverside Ave, Ste 201, SPOKANE, WA 99201, US

Mission Statement

Our vision is to help every kid develop the self-confidence they need to succeed. We're on a mission to fund children’s charities that provide disadvantaged kids with a safe place to call home, a family that loves them, a feeling of community, and opportunities to learn, build self-esteem, and have fun.


Our Mission is Simple
We Believe in Kids.
We Believe in Our Community.
We support programs that are transforming the lives of our community’s most vulnerable youth.

Measurable Impact
We believe that success should be measured by the lives that have been changed. That’s a difficult thing to quantify, so we’ve put together a few statistics for you. With the support of our generous donors, we’ve supported over 725 kids, and that’s just the start!

  • 125,000 hours of around the clock care for boys experiencing trauma
    550 hours of tutoring services for foster kids who have fallen behind
    450 Title One students engaged in land conservation education activities
    26 previously homeless children placed in early childhood education programs


Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
Children & Youth, Computers & Technology


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Database Administration
  • Google Apps
  • IT Consulting
  • Security / Network Administration
  • Salesforce
  • Analytics




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Time to dedicate to this professional volunteer opportunity (up to 10 hours per month) Commitment to take on occasional IT and security-related projects as needed Commitment to attend regular meetings
  • Orientation and Training: Read the Believe In Me by-laws, Believe IN Me Articles of Incorporation

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