Position: Director of Technology
Beginning: June 2019
for the overall management of the Information Technology Department and
strategic planning of technology systems district-wide. Provide expertise and
direction in the development, deployment, and use of information technology in
of computer network, hardware, and software applications
of computer applications development and implementation
to manage budget and personnel; coordinate district function; implement policy
organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
to interpret data
Major Responsibilities and Duties:
Technology and Information Management
1. Analyze complex business needs
presented by schools and administrative departments, and develop and implement
technical solutions. Explain technology solutions to senior management through
presentation and advocacy.
2. Manage, direct, and assign priorities
and personnel to major projects to ensure attainment of district and department
goals and objectives.
Develop and implement district
standards and specifications for hardware and software use, and computer
4. Devise, develop, implement, and
maintain systems of internal controls, emergency and backup procedures, proper
licensing, system upgrades, and disaster recovery plans to ensure integrity of
information, security of databases, and internal network access control.
5. Oversee support between the education
service center and district staff, including programming, application support,
and end-user support.
Policy, Reports, and Law
6. Implement the policies established by
federal and state law, State Board of Education rule, and local board policy in
the area of information management and technology.
7. Compile, maintain, and file all
reports, records, and other documents as required.
8. Participate in the research of and
application for technology-related grants or revenue sources.
Follow district safety protocols and
Budget and Inventory
10. Develop and administer the information
technology budget based on documented needs, and ensure that operations are cost-effective
and funds are managed wisely.
11. Coordinate the purchase of all
computer hardware, software, and supplies; initiate purchase orders and bids in
accordance with budgetary limitations and district policies.
Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors
Standard office equipment,
including computer and peripherals
Repetitive hand motions; frequent keyboarding
and use of mouse
Occasional light lifting and carrying (less
than 15 pounds)
Work is primarily performed in an office
environment with frequent district-wide and occasional statewide travel;
occasional prolonged and irregular hours
- Work with frequent interruptions; maintain
emotional control under stress