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Newsletter: September 2010 PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 01 October 2010

Great Opportunities to Serve

For those who would love to help with various Church projects but don't feel that they have enough technical skills to help on some of the projects on the LDSTech website, the Church has started a beta program called Simply Serving and invites you to get involved. You can get involved by visiting http://simpleacts.lds.org. On this site, you can volunteer on projects that deal with Church publications, multimedia, and translations. Many of the projects on this site can be done easily with minimal time, perfect for those who want to help but can't find large chunks of time in their busy lives.

 
Spanish Full-time Senior Technology Missionaries Needed PDF Print E-mail
Written by G.C. Duerden   
Monday, 07 July 2014

Many members dream of someday serving a full-time mission after they retire.  Many members don't know, however, that there is a new opportunity to serve as full-time technology missionaries.  We currently have these opportunities for Spanish-speakers.

Area technology specialists (ATS) are needed in various locations around the world, but especially in the Dominican Republic and Guatemala.  These Spanish-speaking ATS missionaries will be providing training and technical support to stake technology specialists (STS) in the areas. Applicants need to be fluent in both Spanish and English.

Husbands and wives can serve together as area technology specialists, or one spouse can serve as an ATS and the other can have another assignment based in the same location and/or area office.

ATS assignments may include supporting area leadership, facilities management groups, or missions with help for their technology needs. ATSs serve under the direction of the Area ICS (Information and Communication Services) Manager.

Required experience is not excessively technical but does include "skills with computers, printers, copiers, scanners, wired and wireless networks, the Internet, and audiovisual equipment" as the stated on the opportunities website (http://tech.lds.org/mission).  

If you or someone you know has interest in this missionary service, please contact our ATS coordinators, Elder Gary and Sister Marilyn Peterson at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or at (801) 240-6226.  For more information about open positions, go to http://tech.lds.org/mission.

 
Newsletter: June 2010 PDF Print E-mail
General - Newsletter Archive
Thursday, 01 July 2010

LDSTech Forum Will be Converting to LDS Account for Authentication SOON!

URGENT: If you are a member of the LDSTech Forum and would like continued access to post, you must use the LDSTech Forum Account Migration tool to link your LDSTech Forum Account to your LDS Account.

Learn more about the conversion.

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Employee Spotlight: Amy Quintanal PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cassie McDaniel   
Tuesday, 02 June 2009

QuestionAmy Quintanal

What do you do at the Church?

Answer

I am the portfolio analyst for the Human Resource and other operations portfolios within the Information and Communications Systems Department.

Question

What role do you think program management plays in the Church organization?

Answer

Program management acts as a liaison between ICS and other Church departments. We are able to build relationships with our customers to understand their needs and provide solutions to help them achieve their goals.

 

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Employee Spotlight: Brittany Moore PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cassie McDaniel   
Tuesday, 31 March 2009

QuestionBrittany Moore

What do you do at the Church?

Answer

I am a Recruiting Coordinator for the Information and Communications Systems Department (ICS). I support ICS recruiters in hiring exceptional candidates to work in the department.

Question

What role do you think human resources/recruiting plays in the Church organization?

Answer

Recruiting plays a pivotal role in the success of the Church as a corporation because this success depends, in large part, on the employees we find and hire. When we as recruiters are able to find the most experienced and qualified candidates to fill our positions, we are strengthening the corporation of the Church. Because we know that our teams of top performers, we can expect only the best possible output from them.

 
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