St. Paul Public Housing Agency resident councils operate community Computer Labs. There are two family site labs and one at each of our 16 hi-rises. Our current contractor is moving on and we are seeking someone who is versed in hardware, software, security and working with low-income populations. The Contractor will be responsible for overall maintenance, make recommendations about software needs and hardware replacement. A more detailed description is below:
The purpose of this Agreement is for Contractor to manage IT projects for the PHA at McDonough and Mt. Airy Homes Computer Labs and the PHA owned hi-rises.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF CONTRACTOR:
Revise the Computer Manual on an 'as needed’ basis, providing updates on remote site visits;
Provide regular updates to the Resident Initiatives Program Coordinator and Council Coordinator;
Resolve existing computer issues as assigned;
Complete monthly computer analysis at each housing site to ensure computers are operating properly;
Respond to requests for service within three business days;
Contractor is expected to be available on-call remotely and will provide services during evening and weekend hours beginning upon the signing of this Agreement by both parties;
Provide training to Computer Peers as needed
Oversee and maintain current licensing and software both cloud and client-based
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PHA:
Provide regular oversight, guidance, monitoring, support and assistance to the Contractor;
Process all payments and reimbursements to Contractor within 15 business days;
Allow access to housing sites, computer labs and hi-rise computers via Team Viewer to complete work;
The Contractor will be paid $25.00/hr. up to a maximum of $8.000 per year. If interested, please contact: Diane Anastos at 651-783-6839 or email@example.com.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About St. Paul Public Housing Agency
555 N. Wabasha Street, Suite 400, St. Paul, MN 55102, US
The PHA helps families and individuals with low incomes achieve greater stability and self reliance by providing safe, affordable, quality housing, and links to community services.
Our 4,262 HUD-subsidized public housing rental units are well maintained and fully occupied (consistently over 99%), providing safe, affordable housing to about 10,000 low income residents. The PHA has received HUD's "High Performer" rating each year under the "Public Housing Management Assessment Program" (PHMAP) and the "Public Housing Assessment Program" (PHAS).
The PHA coordinates a host of service programs for residents, including "welfare to work" programs, homeownership programs, community policing, assisted living services for frail elderly and disabled residents, and others.
Education & Literacy
Immigrants & Refugees
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
February 4, 2021
Teaching / Instruction
Basic Computer Skills
Must be at least 21
Orientation or Training
Varies-averages 20 hours a month
Ability to work well with culturally diverse population. Takes direction well. Background check is required.