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Salary: Administrator Salary Schedule – Director 3 at

Job Summary:

This position will provide leadership in support of instructional technology throughout the district, as well as provide positive, collaborative leadership for improvement of instruction and student learning. The primary purpose of this position is to support learning and teaching by providing professional development for staff, school and district leaders, supervising and managing the operations and management of the district’s Technology Department, including providing oversight for the acquisition of educational hardware, software/applications, and other resources selected to promote teaching and learning.


Desired Skills:

Demonstrated ability to bring people and resources together around best practices
Demonstrated ability to work well with people, maintain positive working relationships, and solve problems
Effective oral and written communications
Customer service focused
Flexible and solution oriented
High level of integrity and a commitment to do what you said you would do
Model listening to and partnering with students, staff, and adults from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds
Ability to bring together disparate systems and integrate into a cohesive dataset
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret government regulations, forms, plans, and reports
Demonstrates a thorough working knowledge of Windows-based personal computer systems, Microsoft Office productivity suite, Google, common instructional software applications, data base systems, Microsoft server software, including Active Directory, district management and student information systems, and voice systems (telephone, voice mail, and intercom), potential for IOS and Macintosh, and understands how they interrelate with data systems
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete and abstract variables in situations where only limited standardization exists
Ability to interpret a variety of instructions and requests furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form
Ability to set work priorities and train, direct, motivate, and evaluate the work of assigned staff
Ability to develop and maintain accurate records of assigned activities and operations
Ability to lead in a team environment using a shared decision-making model
Ability to develop, support, and implement a long-range plan for information technology and classroom usage
Ability to establish and maintain positive, productive, and collaborative relationships with staff and the public
Ability to facilitate the assessment of client needs and develop strategies for meeting those needs
Ability to understand the appropriate role of technology to support and enhance instructional practices
Ability to provide leadership and vision to access and implement new technologies
Ability to foster growth, creativity, and flexibility among others
Ability to prepare and present clear, informative, and sophisticated reports and correspondence on complex issues
Ability to communicate effectively with individuals and groups, both orally and in writing
Ability to schedule and organize work assignments to assure timely and effective completion
Ability to supervise assigned staff, including selection, training, work assignment, and evaluation
Knowledge of best and most current practices in instructional technology, especially in aligning its use to support student achievement and powerful classroom instruction
Knowledge of current trends and issues in information technology, including directions in voice, data, video, network, and printing technologies
Knowledge of the functions and capabilities of computer and telecommunications software and hardware
Knowledge of the principles and practices of supervision
Knowledge of the principles and practices of budgeting


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