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production coordinator job description


  • Attend weekly staff meetings, and other meetings as necessary
  • Teach and recruit volunteer Build Instructors for Build Workshops
  • Refine build and quality control procedures
  • Teach and recruit volunteers for advanced testing
  • Refine current hardware testing procedures
  • Create new testing procedures to explore new hardware avenues
  • Locate and prepare items for the thrift store
  • Coordinate with other members of the Production Team
  • Work shifts coordinating Adoption volunteers
  • Participate in collective management structure

Required skills:

  • Experience Managing Volunteers
  • In Depth knowledge of PC and Macintosh hardware
  • In Depth knowledge of Ubuntu and Debian Linux
  • Basic Knowledge of Enterprise Class hardware
  • Basic Knowledge of Networking and Network Administration
  • Well versed in troubleshooting techniques
  • Self-Motivation
  • Multi-tasker
  • Friendly, outgoing personality
  • Patient and courteous with the public
  • Likes working with people
  • Detail oriented
  • Good organizational skills
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Able to work in an informal, friendly environment with a diverse staff
  • Work well under stress in an unusual setting, maintaining a positive attitude even in the face of adversity
  • Ability to work and communicate well in a collectively-run organization
  • Ability to work in a consensus decision making process related to staff and policy issues
  • Not afraid to ask questions, but able to work on projects almost entirely without supervision
  • Able to remain flexible as Free Geek grows and changes

Desired skills:

hours we spend

on the schedule
  • 40 build
  • 24 laptops
  • 6 macs
  • 20 printers
  • 18 prodcore
  • 108 total
what we think we actualy spend (before overtime)
  • 40 build
  • 30 laptops
  • 10 macs
  • 20 printers
  • 35 prodcore
  • 135 total
hours we would like to spend
  • 40 build
  • 30 laptops
  • 20 macs
  • 30 printers
  • 40 prodcore
  • 160 total