Longleaf School of the Arts Information Technology Coordinator Job Description Part-Time
Longleaf School of the Arts will develop students into confident, responsible, and successful contributors in college, career, and community through mentorship and a challenging curriculum that integrates academics and the fine arts.
Under the direction of the Head of School, the Information Technology Coordinator is responsible for planning, developing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating the WAN and LAN for the school. The coordinator leads the development of technology related grant applications, assists with the submission of state and federal reports, and provides information for the preparation and monitoring of the Technology budget.
- Bachelor’s degree in information technology, education, business, or a related field preferred. A master’s degree in related fields is preferred.
- A minimum of four (4) years network administration experience. Experience in grant administration preferred. Previous experience as a computer/systems technician preferred. Educational institutional experience preferred.
- Must be able to demonstrate a sound understanding and implementation of office procedures and protocol.
- Must have above average communication skills and the ability to work well with and lead others, as needed.
- Must be self-motivating and able to work efficiently and effectively with minimal supervision.
- Must be able to work well and handle stress-related technological situations in a positive, professional manner.
- Must be willing to perform essential functions, knowledge, and abilities outlined below.
- Develop and implement needs’ assessments, evaluations, and long-term plans related to technology initiatives, equipment and software, and industry-standards.
- In conjunction with the Head of School and Director of Operations, collaborate on the development, revision, and adoption of technology infused curriculum, ensuring programs meet local, state, and national academic and industry standards. Communicate technology-based testing information to counselors and others regarding state training needs.
- Collaborate with the Head of School and Director of Operations to promote, implement, develop, and sustain hardware and software standards.
- Establish and maintain strong and effective working relationships with Instructional Leaders, vendors, and service providers to increase efficiency and the overall effectiveness of LSA systems.
- Maintain knowledge and understanding of current laws, rules, and regulations regarding Children's Internet Protection Act ( CIPA ) and the Neighborhood Internet Protection Act (NCIPA).
- Lead the development of E-Rate applications.
- Facilitate and monitor a comprehensive, school-wide Technology Plan.
- Perform related duties as assigned by the Head of School.
- TCP/IP, network security, antivirus and anti-spam techniques
- Google, Apple, MAC, and Microsoft SQL
- Coordination and implementation of computer and peripheral systems, to include planning, specifications development, purchasing, installation, training, troubleshooting, and repair
- Knowledge of NC Department of Public Instruction systems and integration networks