Available Volunteering Positions



IT Support (Positions Open 3)

Contact: anitha.telkar@gurukul-wa.org

Description:
The IT support personnel performs a wide range of duties including some or all the following:
1. Excellent communication & partnering skills with business & IT stakeholders to resolve the issue in a timely manner.
2. Monitor incident queue and provide timely resolution to incidents in working with other IT support members.
3. Document any new or improvements to existing processes.
4. Partner with team members to drive efficiency in issue resolution.

Requirements:
1. Hands on working experience in IT support role
2. User administration & configuration management
3. Hands on experience in Microsoft office products.
4. Understanding of SharePoint, SQL
5. Working experience in DB in SharePoint is a big plus.

Volunteer commitment:
1. Self-driven, Self-motivated, strong commitment to meet the volunteer's hours.
2. Up to 5 hours / week.
3. Remote working currently, as Gurukul starts to operate onsite, may need to be onsite.
4. Commitment to contribute to team efforts, individual contributor & able to wear multiple hats.
5. Strong communication & leadership skills.
Start details: As soon as possible

Office 365 SharePoint Site Developer (Positions Open 2)

Contact: mangala.matta@gurukul-wa.org

Description:
Gurukul is seeking SharePoint Developers who have below provided skills. You will be working with a team of IT folks which includes: Developer, SMEs & Support team members.
Requirements:
Technical Skill requirements: HTML, Javascript, CSS, Custom forms in SharePoint, Sharepoint Workflows, Power Automate, Powershell Volunteer commitment: 1. Self-driven, Self motivated, strong commitment to meet the volunteer's hours. a. Upto 5 hours / week. b. Remote working currently, as Gurukul starts to operate onsite, onsite is required. 2. Commitment to contribute to team efforts, individual contributor & able to wear multiple hats. 3. Strong communication & leadership skills. Start details: As soon as possible
Responsibilities:
Job responsibilities: ● Design and develop solutions to automate Gurukul processes using sharepoint online sites, lists, forms and workflow. ● Occasionally design a custom webpart to solve specific problems which need customized solutions. ● Maintaining backend data, performing bulk operations, weekly bulk updates ( currently being done using Powershell script).

Product Manager/Project Manager (Positions Open 2)

Contact: mangala.matta@gurukul-wa.org

Description:
Gurukul is seeking Product Manager/Project Manager who have below provided skills. You will be working with a team of IT folks. You will drive the requirement gathering and partner with the Program Manager in planning, implementation, and tracking of a specific product, which has a beginning, an end and specified deliverables for Gurukul.
Requirements:
Strong background & understanding of Product Manager / Project Manager skills.

Volunteer commitment:
1. Self-driven, Self motivated, strong commitment to meet the volunteer's hours.
a. Upto 5 hours / week.
b. Remote working currently, as Gurukul starts to operate onsite, onsite is required.
2. Commitment to contribute to team efforts, individual contributor & able to wear multiple hats.
3. Strong communication & leadership skills.

Responsibilities:
The Product/Project Manager performs a wide range of duties including some or all the following:

● Define the scope and requirements in working closely with business & review with IT members and the users.
● Work with the program manager to create a detailed work plan which identifies and sequences the activities needed to successfully complete the project.
● Determine the resources required to complete the effort in working with the Program manager.
● Monitor the progress of the product/project and make adjustments as necessary to ensure the successful completion.
● Review the quality of the work completed with the product/project team on a regular basis to ensure that it meets the standards, are on time, within budget and at the required level of quality.

LANGUAGE TEACHER (HINDI, GUJARATI, MARATHI OR KANNADA)

Contact: renu.grover@gurukul-wa.org

Description:
A Teacher (also known as “Gurukul Guru”) is a key role at Gurukul. You will make a positive impact on children by helping them learn Indian Languages thus keeping them connected with the Indian Heritage. A Language teacher will be provided with the lesson plans and other teaching materials by the Language Committee. You will use various instructional methods, technology, games, music to implement the lesson plans to foster the student’s understanding of Indian Languages development.
Requirements:
Excellent communication skills and should be self-motivated. Commitment to serve Gurukul for the full academic year. Prior teaching experience is not required. Comprehensive training will be provided to you by Gurukul. Time commitment requirement: 3 hours on Sunday and approx. 2 hours during the week for grading and preparations. Online Format: working Laptop with audio and video sharing capability is required. Training and all teaching materials will be provided.
Responsibilities:
In this role, you will create a positive and appropriate classroom environment that is conducive to learning while implementing lesson plans. Use immersion and interactive techniques to help kids learn faster. Encourage kids to speak in the respective language. Grade class work, homework, tests and assignments. Maintain accurate and complete records of students' progress and development. Observe and evaluate students’ performance and provide constructive feedback to parents via parent-teacher conferences. Use various incentive programs to boost learning and drive kids towards goal accomplishments. Online Classroom format: Be a member of Gurukul Online Classroom on MSTeams and teach students via online medium and participate in breakout rooms using audio and video format engaging students one on one for the learning process using pre-prepared material and lesson plans provided by the curriculum committees.
1. Follow all Gurukul protocol and policies for the year.
2. Partner with 2 other teachers of your class to teach your subject and conduct breakout sessions for all 3 subjects.
3. Follow guidance provided by curriculum committees for lessons, grading and communicating.
4. Participate in training meetings.