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Apple MAC System Administrator

Apple MAC System Administrator


Christian Care Ministry


sys admin

admin

sys admin

admin

1yr

Stats (beta): 👁 471 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nSummary: The IT MAC System Administrator will serve as the primary person involved in the day-to-day support of a growing number of Apple devices and their integration into a Windows environment that is also moving towards an Enterprise MAC solution. This requires a flexible IT professional with excellent skills in maintaining a cross platform network. Being able to maintain the highest security profiles and providing ability to closely provide the end user experience demanded by a business environment that relies heavily on a Microsoft network will be a daily function. Excellent communication skills to adapt to the ever-changing requirements within the CCM IT team and being able to closely work staff to explain the proper expectations with their devices will instrumental in a successful deployment and continual improvement. The IT MAC System Administrator will be expected to work closely with existing IT teams, particularly to ensure that any solutions meet CCM standards and do not create an unnecessary business burden.\n\n\nEssential Duties and Responsibilities:\n\n\n* Responsible for the engineering, support and deployment of the standard IOS on site that will work in a Windows network environment effectively\n\n* Develop and maintain Apple servers and any additional equipment needed to manage the IOS devices\n\n* Work as a customer advocate to ensure that the desktop maintains high performance and ease of use\n\n* Provide training for first level support personnel\n\n* Provide second and third level support for Mac desktop related issues.\n\n* Participate in the software packaging quality assurance process for all supported applications\n\n* Standard Desktop Design and Implementation\n\n* Develop and document Standard Desktop configuration - identify potential security risks and implements appropriate countermeasures\n\n* Evaluate tools to facilitate efficient deployment of desktop to enterprise users\n\n* Act as a customer advocate to ensure that the desktop maintains high performance and ease of use\n\n* Desktop Deployment and Support\n\n* Develop documentation and training materials for Deployment Technicians\n\n* Test and verify Standard Desktop image with supported hardware configurations\n\n* Develop and deploy packages and updates to desktop clients\n\n* Communicate with vendors to open support incidents and future purchasing options\n\n* Test compatibility with new Standard Desktops and Standard hardware configurations\n\n* Create, troubleshoot, and deploy packages and updates to Mac clients\n\n* Second and third level Desktop-related Trouble Ticket Support\n\n* Develop Service Desk materials to assist in their ability to troubleshoot issues at the first level\n\n* Participate in the software packaging quality assurance process for all supported applications\n\n* Engineer laptop imaging process\n\n* Collaborate with Service Desk and Customer Service to deliver feature-rich and user-friendly laptops to users\n\n* Develop, publish, and maintain system documentation according to department standards\n\n\n\n\nEducation and/or Experience:\n\n\n* Bachelor’s Degree in technical field preferred or equal or greater time of related work experience.\n\n* Experience working with Infrastructure and Software development methodologies in a business environment e.g. ITIL.  Training in PCI / PHI / HIPAA confidentiality and governance.\n\n\n\n\nSupervisory Responsibilities:  Supervision of staff is required.

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Front End Developer

Front End Developer


Christian Care Ministry


front end

dev

digital nomad

front end

dev

digital nomad

2yr
\nSummary:  We are seeking a Front End Developer to provide UI coding support for CCM Rejoice Intranet Portal. This work involves coding, testing, and debugging for the web presentation layer using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.\n\nChristian Care Ministry (CCM) is a community of Christians that requires its employees to share its Christian religious beliefs and practices. CCM complies with all anti-discrimination laws applicable to religious employers.\n\nA career with Christian Care Ministry is more than just a job, it’s a ministry. CCM’s mission is to connect and equip Christians to share their lives, faith, talents and resources with others.  The foundation of CCM’s mission is Acts 2:42-47.\n\n Essential Duties and Responsibilities:\n\n\n* Development for production and/or prototyping, including:\n\n* Rapid prototyping to support the UX design process\n\n* Manually coding, testing, and debugging HTML, CSS, and JavaScript according to internal standards, guidelines and in accordance with industry best practices\n\n* Translating visual designs into completed HTML pages while adhering to design specifications\n\n* Ensuring cross-browser compatibility and compliance with accessibility guidelines\n\n* Collaboration with user experience designers, application developers, and/or project managers on project work\n\n\n\n\nSkills & Qualifications:\n\n\n* Agreement with our Statement of Faith and striving to live in accordance with our Christian beliefs.\n\n* Be a strong communicator\n\n* Have great collaboration skills\n\n* Enjoy learning new technologies and processes\n\n\n\n\n Minimum Qualifications:\n\n\n* Proficiency in hand coded HTML, CSS, and JavaScript\n\n* Solid understanding of cross browser compatibilities\n\n* Accuracy, reliability, and excellent attention to detail\n\n* Ability to work with little supervision, with tight timelines, and with competing priorities\n\n* Experience working in multidisciplinary teams\n\n* Strong communication and interpersonal skills\n\n\n\n\n Preferred Qualifications:\n\n\n* Expertise in HTML5 & CSS3\n\n* Expertise with Responsive Web Design techniques and concepts\n\n* Experience in front end development infrastructure and frameworks such as JQuery, React, KendoUI and Angular\n\n* Experience with TFS, Azure and Agile\n\n* Salesforce experience preferred not required\n\n\n\n\nEducation and/or Experience:  BA of Science Degree in Information Technology or related field and 3-6 years’ experience.\n\nPerks: \n\n\n* Competitive pay\n\n* 401k and great benefits\n\n* An on-site gym and cafeteria at the Melbourne, FL campus and Colorado Springs, CO campus\n\n* CCM values our employees. Each individual is given the opportunity to excel in their strengths, advance their skill set, and have direct input into the decisions that ultimately drive the ministry's success.\n\n\n\n\nOpenings are in the Melbourne, Florida or Colorado Springs, CO location, but we're also open to those of you who live in these states:\n\n\n* Alabama\n\n* Colorado\n\n* Florida\n\n* Georgia\n\n* Illinois\n\n* Indiana\n\n* Kentucky\n\n* Ohio\n\n* Tennessee\n\n* Texas\n\n* Virginia\n\n* West Virginia\n\n\n

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Full Stack Developer

Full Stack Developer


Christian Care Ministry


full stack

dev

digital nomad

full stack

dev

digital nomad

2yr
\nChristian Care Ministry’s mission is to connect and equip Christians to share their lives, faith, talents, and resources with others. We primarily do so through Medi-Share, but as an association of churches, we’re rapidly expanding our “ministry portfolio” and we think technology will be at the center of accomplishing that goal. That’s where you come in. We need help creating and supporting applications (mobile + browser) for the future products and projects we’ve got in the proverbial “hopper.”\n\nBut before we go any further, you need to know if you’ll like working with us. We think you will.\n\nA bit about us: You already know the mission of Christian Care Ministry (CCM). We have about 580 employees in various states, but most of them are either at our headquarters in Melbourne, FL, or our Colorado Springs, CO branch. Medi-Share has been growing in every way imaginable since about 2010. It has become commonplace for our CFO to say things like “We’ve grown 30% year over year …again” at seemingly every quarterly employee town hall meeting. We’re extremely humbled and grateful to the Lord for the growth.\n\nChristian Care Ministry is a community of Christians that requires its employees to share its Christian religious beliefs and practices. CCM complies with all anti-discrimination laws applicable to religious employers. \n\nAbout the role: This position serves on the New Product Engineering Team in a Product Team setting. This small, sub-department of our IT team (which is currently under 10 people) is mostly remote. Their main focus has been making some dreams of the leadership team come true (well, at least the dreams that involve amazing code :). \n\nLife as an Employee with CCM’s New Product Engineering Team: We work really hard to make working here an amazing experience. It’s hard to find great talent like you, but if you pick us, we want to keep you for a long time. We have a team full of truly exceptional people—the kind you’ll be excited to work with. Here’s how we operate:\n\nDo you prefer mountains or oceans?\n\nWhile the majority of the NPE Team is distributed, it is our overwhelming preference that you live near our Colorado Springs, CO office or our headquarters in Melbourne, FL.  However, with modern tools, proximity doesn’t influence productivity and if absolutely necessary, we can discuss an exception (as long as it’s a state listed below that we already are a registered employer within). For this job in particular, we do need some collaboration though, so just make sure you have a reliable internet connection, of course.\n\nNo Crazy Hours\n\nThe New Product Engineering Team is operating in “start up” mode. This means that we work hard and smart to get projects completed in a reasonable timeline. On occasion, there may be instances when extra time is needed (usually around a product launch or a really big release), but those are pretty infrequent. Basically, we commit you to at least 6 hours of coding per day in our Sprints and as long as you get the work done, we’re okay with when you get it done. Just be available when the team may need your help, or when you may need their help. Sometimes life happens in the middle of the day, and we understand that. We also think “more meetings” means less time for coding so we protect your time. We have one morning stand-up at 10am EST where we find out when there could be overlap that day. Oh, one more cool thing about the only meeting you attend – we “eat our own dog food” and close each stand-up praying for Medi-Share members’ needs listed in our mobile app.\n\nUp Your Game\n\nWe’re serious about helping you improve your craft. We budget for it by giving you those extra 2 hours per workday to collaborate or learn. The stack we generally work on is relatively new so taking time to hone in your skills is pretty imperative. We send members to conferences or webinars as we need to. We love seeing our people growing.\n\nNow, back to you, our new Full Stack Developer…\n\nThis is the part where we describe the experience necessary to be considered for the position.\n\nYou’re a skilled developer, but maybe you haven’t gotten a chance to prove it yet professionally. We can give you that chance. \n\nBut before you get _too_ excited, let me explain. We only hire great developers, and this position is no exception. When we ask you to write or debug code during our interviews, you’ll do so confidently. You might not be able to show us 5 applications you’ve shipped, but you can point to something recent you’ve spent significant time coding that you’re really proud of, like your university project, your open source contributions, or your project at your last job. If we ask your professors, classmates, or coworkers about you, they’ll have great things to say.\n\nIn short, we won’t teach you how to be a good programmer, since you already are, but we can certainly help you be a better, professionally-experienced programmer.\n\nOur ideal candidate either has a college degree in computer science, or if not, 2+ years of recent, solid professional programming experience. Our especially ideal candidate has experience with either Node.js or React.js. Having only done that in your free time is fine. That tells us you are curious enough to learn on your own.\n\nOur stack contains a very healthy JavaScript client utilizing Heroku, Node.js, React.js, and a few others. CCM is in the process of migrating to Salesforce so we often interact with their APIs. For our mobile apps we’re using React Native, because, well, basically, it’s awesome (and we really think our philosophies of “API First” and “Learn Once, Code Everywhere” are going to be the norm in the near future). Our backend API servers use either Ruby on Rails or Node.js/Express, with PostgreSQL and Redis as our data layer. Despite those being our “sweet spots” before we take on a new product, we pick the stack that works best for that solution.\n\nYou’re the one we’re looking for if you:\n\n\n* Live in (or, if you want to live in) one of these states: AL, CO, FL, GA, IL, IN, OH, TN, TX, VA, WA, or WV.\n\n* Are curious how things work, you are self-motivated and self-driven.\n\n* Are an excellent developer and can adapt to new languages quickly.\n\n* Write code that is easy for other programmers to understand and use.\n\n* Thrive with directions like:\n\n\n* “Here is the mock up for feature X. How do you think we should approach this?”\n\n* "Check out the Jira story and play a bit with library X on GitHub. This might solve our problem Y. Let's discuss the pros and cons tomorrow."  \n\n* "This component needs to be re-architected to allow for X. How do you think we should do it and why do you think that's a good idea?"\n\n\n\n\n\n* Are excited to work across multiple platforms with different technologies.\n\n* You got a smirk on your face when you saw you could work on the stack listed above, AT A MINISTRY!\n\n* As you’ve read this job description, you realize this team obviously is comprised of people who you’d enjoy spending a work week with. (ended that sentence with a preposition, we're not paid for our grammatical skills)\n\n\n\n\nBonus Points\n\n\n* You already are a Medi-Share member or would want to join membership even if you didn’t work here.\n\n* You’ve built stuff using React Native (even if it was for your mom’s bingo club or something crazier).\n\n\n\n\nNext Steps\n\nSuper important stuff that sounds like it was written by lawyers:\n\nThis job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee(s) incumbent in this position. Employee(s) will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by any person authorized to give instructions or assignments. This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an "at will" relationship.\n\nChristian Care Ministry is committed to serving the Lord and our membership with excellence. As employees we are committed to adhering to the same standard of Biblical principles of lifestyle and health as required for membership in our Medi-Share program which include:\n\n\n* Have a verifiable Christian testimony indicating a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ, and profess the Statement of Faith\n\n* Attend a fellowship of believers, regularly and actively support that ministry, and live under the discipline of that body\n\n* Share the conviction that believers are to bear one another’s burdens according to Galatians 6:2\n\n* Believe the Biblical doctrine that their bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit and therefore are to be kept pure\n\n* Must not engage in sex outside of traditional Christian marriage\n\n* Cannot use tobacco or illegal drugs in any form, or abuse legal drugs or alcohol\n\n\n\n\n How To Apply\n\n\n* Apply here. In your cover letter, introduce yourself and explain why this position is of interest to you, and why you would be a great fit.\n\n* Please include links to apps you’ve built or anything else that makes you look good, and describe your role in building those apps. (If they’re internal, you can skip the link part.)\n\n* If you have a prepared resume, attach it in PDF form. If you don’t have a resume because you aren’t even sure you’re looking to change jobs, that’s fine! An informal list of your work and education history are all we’re looking for. Plus, you’ll see at our site we ask for a lot of the same info anyway.\n\n* Please complete the following questions, and include them with your cover letter. This shouldn’t take you very long.\n\n\n* What are your two strongest programming languages? Is there another language that you’re curious to learn next?\n\n* If you were interviewing a prospective candidate for this position, what would be a good interview question to ask to find out if a candidate really knew their stuff?\n\n* In a 2-3 sentences, what has your life with Jesus looked like over the last 3 weeks? There’s no wrong answer.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThere will be a few other things if we get past the first interview, but we’ll cover that later. We even like doing our hiring on an iterative basis.

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Iterative Integration Engineer

Iterative Integration Engineer


Christian Care Ministry


engineer

engineer

3yr

Stats (beta): 👁 300 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nChristian Care Ministry is committed to serving the Lord and our membership with excellence. Christian Care Ministry is a community of believers committed to connecting and equipping Christian’s to share their lives, faith, talents and resources with others, much like the early church did in Acts (Acts 2:42-47).\n\nThis position serves on the New Product Engineering Team. That small sub-department of our IT team (under 10 people) is mostly remote.  Their main focus has been making some dreams of the leadership team come true [well, at least the problems that can be solved with code ;-) ]. \n\nThe ideal candidate either has a college degree in computer science, or if not, 2+ years of recent, solid professional programming experience. Our especially ideal candidate has experience in writing tests, specifically front end test JS libraries like Mocha, Jasmine, Jest, or Cucumber. Extra bounty for experience using Selenium.  \n\nOur stack contains a very healthy Isomorphic JavaScript client utilizing Heroku, NodeJS, ReactJS, and a few others.  For our mobile apps we’re using React Native, because, well, basically, it’s awesome (and we really think our philosophies of “API First” and “Learn Once, Code Everywhere” are going to be the norm in the near future).  Our backend and API servers use Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL, Redis and, again, a few others.

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Backend Developer

Backend Developer


Christian Care Ministry


dev

backend

digital nomad

dev

backend

digital nomad

3yr

Stats (beta): 👁 518 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nChristian Care Ministry is committed to serving the Lord and our membership with excellence. Christian Care Ministry is a community of believers committed to connecting and equipping Christian’s to share their lives, faith, talents and resources with others, much like the early church did in Acts (Acts 2:42-47).\n\n\nThis position serves on the New Product Engineering Team. That small sub-department of our IT team (under 10 people) is mostly remote.  Their main focus has been making some dreams of the leadership team come true [well, at least the problems that can be solved with code ;-) ]. \n\nThe ideal candidate either has a college degree in computer science, or if not, 5+ years of recent, solid professional programming experience. Our especially ideal candidate has experience with Ruby on Rails. Having only done that in your free time is fine. That tells us you are curious enough to learn on your own.\n\nOur stack contains a very healthy Isomorphic JavaScript client utilizing Heroku, NodeJS, ReactJS, and a few others.  For our mobile apps we’re using React Native, because, well, basically, it’s awesome (and we really think our philosophies of “API First” and “Learn Once, Code Everywhere” are going to be the norm in the near future).  Our backend and API servers use Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL, Redis and, again, a few others.

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Node JS Developer

Node JS Developer


Christian Care Ministry


dev

javascript

node js

digital nomad

dev

javascript

node js

digital nomad

4yr

Stats (beta): 👁 1,673 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nSummary: The Node.JS & React.JS Developer 1 will be responsible on a day-to-day basis to develop/enhance our social/sharing platform and to support special projects as well as contribute to their maintenance and improvement.\n\nThe Node.JS& React.JS Developer 1 may be involved in any of the following: planning, design of the application, configuration, and integration points. The Innovation department is a group of like-minded individuals who desire to bring the body of Christ technological tools that will integrate the Christian life. Team members need to be “early adopters” of new technologies in a myriad of verticals including Social, Health/Wellness, Financial Services, and Spiritual Development\n\nThe Fellowship of the Believers\n\nThey devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. Everyone was filled with awe at the many wonders and signs performed by the apostles. All the believers were together and had everything in common. They sold property and possessions to give to anyone who had need. Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.\n\nBased James 5:13-16 below, every staff member will be expected to participate and/or lead prayer with internal and external customers when appropriate. (Because this will take place during the workday, these opportunities are included in the calculation of hours worked).\n\nThe Prayer of Faith\n\nIs anyone among you in trouble? Let them pray. Is anyone happy? Let them sing songs of praise. Is anyone among you sick? Let them call the elders of the church to pray over them and anoint them with oil in the name of the Lord. And the prayer offered in faith will make the sick person well; the Lord will raise them up. If they have sinned, they will be forgiven. Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.

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Software Engineer

Software Engineer


Christian Care Ministry


dev

engineer

digital nomad

dev

engineer

digital nomad

4yr

Stats (beta): 👁 897 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nSummary: Software Engineer needed to design, develop, and maintain software applications for use in CCM’s web sites/portals, business applications, and back-office systems. We are looking for engineers with experience in .Net, C#, JavaScript, ASP.Net, and/or the Salesforce / force.com platform to help deliver our next generation of innovative mobile, social, and web apps for Healthcare. This is an outstanding opportunity for a talented, high-energy, and creative application developer to grow their force.com skills and contribute in a fast-paced agile team environment.\n\nCCM’s mission is to connect and equip Christians to share their lives, faith, talents and resources with others. The foundation on which CCM’s mission is found in Acts 2:42-47:\n\nThe Fellowship of the Believers\n\nThey devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. Everyone was filled with awe at the many wonders and signs performed by the apostles. All the believers were together and had everything in common. They sold property and possessions to give to anyone who had need. Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.

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