BUILDING TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONAL
Effective immediately the Human Resources Office will accept on-line applications for a Building Technology Professional at our Friendly Hills Middle School location. The position is scheduled to work full time, 185 days per year, non-affiliated position, $18.36 per hour plus benefits, position to start late August 22, 2012.
Primary Function: The Technology Professional is the first line of support for building level technical support, providing technical assistance for staff and student use of technology in the school building. The Technology Professional ensures school site technology is maintained and operates correctly. This position troubleshoots and resolves technical problems in the building. The position also supports teachers in use of technology for curriculum delivery and student engagement.
Line of Supervision: Director of Technology and Building Principal
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Minimum of High School Diploma or equivalent. College or technical degree preferred.
- Two years related computer experience supporting/troubleshooting computer hardware and software and connectivity-wired and wireless.
- Detailed working knowledge of Windows based and Apple computers and operating system.
- Detailed working knowledge of supporting iOS devices and operating systems.
- Ability to troubleshoot computer problems and work independently without direct supervision in the repair and deployment of hardware and software.
- Knowledge and ability to support interactive, slates, response systems, classroom amplification systems, printers, iOS devices, document cameras, LCD projectors, DVD players, digital cameras, video cameras, and other building technology.
- Must have excellent customer service skills and the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with employees at all levels in the building and district office as well as with people outside the organization. Proven ability to establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
- Ability to understand and follow data privacy rules and regulations related to students and staff.
- Must have the ability and proven record of reporting to work on a regular and punctual basis.
Essential Functions of the Job Include but are not Limited to the following:
- Configure and maintain building Windows and Macintosh computers and Laptops for teachers, staff and students.
- Provide support for software application including: Microsoft Office, iWork, iLife, Novell, Email, I-Cue, Gradebook, ActiveBoard software, rSchool Today, and building specific software.
- Provide support for curriculum tools such as projectors, interactive white boards, iPods, digital cameras and other electronic mobile devices.
- Provide instruction to and assistance/consultation with staff on operations and use of technology.
- Support students and staff for NWEA and state testing. Ensure hardware and software work properly. Assist in the scheduling of testing and ensure student rosters are correct prior to each testing cycle. Prepare computer labs and computer carts for each testing session.
- Manage building technology equipment, inventory, storage and maintenance.
- Assist teachers in integrating technology into the classroom curriculum.
- Oversee maintenance of school web site and support teachers in the use of teacher web pages.
- Support New Teacher Workshop and provide training for site technology.
- Prior to the start of the school year, ensure building technology equipment is clean, properly imaged and ready for use by students and staff. Also ensure software is current and operational.
- Provide refresher training for teachers and staff at the start of the school year as needed.
- Offer technology trainings throughout the school year.
- At the end of each school year: disperse classroom inventory check-off lists to ensure the proper summer storage of equipment. Collect, clean and store building technology equipment.
- As time allows, assist with IMC circulation and operations.
- Additional duties as assigned.
Regularly required to move about the building providing computer assistance to staff; ability to crawl, stoop, reach, etc., in order to troubleshoot computer/printer problems and/or install/remove equipment; must have the ability to communicate with staff in person, by phone and via e-mail; and must have the ability to lift up to 30 pounds unassisted and up to 50 pounds with assistance.
For consideration, please apply online at www.isd197.org.