A. PRIMARY FUNCTION
UUnder the direction of the Chief Business Official, plan, organize, deliver, direct and evaluate the services and staff of the Technology Services Department.
B. ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
Directly responsible to the Chief Business Officer and/or designated administrator.
C. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
- Plans, organizes and directs technology services.
- Provides leadership in the use of technology including voice, data, and video.
- Works with Teaching and Learning, Business, and Personnel Departments to develop, plan, and implement technology enhancements.
- Determines and provides for information processing needs of educational and administrative operations.
- Evaluates proposed information processing systems.
- Defines problems and formulates guidelines, policies, and procedures for implementing resolutions.
- Makes recommendations regarding priorities and organization, staffing, and equipment needs.
- Performs complex systems analysis.
- Provides for the notification and instruction in the use of technology for educational and administrative uses.
- Provides for program documentation, operating instruction, and flow charts.
- Maintains contact with manufacturers and other computer users to keep abreast of latest developments in hardware and software.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
DEMONSTRATED KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
- Planning, organization and direction for technology services
- Planning, organization and direction of the District’s Technology Plan.
- Budget preparation and control
- Oral and written communication skills
- Applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures
- Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy
- Operation of a computer and assigned software
- Public speaking techniques
- Plan, organize and administer technology services district-wide: Student Information System management – “Q” previously known as “Zangle”, Server management, Network and Desk top management that includes both PC and MAC’s and Library systems.
- Plan, organize, administer, and evaluate a district-wide technology plan
- Supervise the performance of assigned personnel
- Communicate effectively both orally and in writing
- Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others
- Operate a computer and assigned office equipments
- Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action
- Meet schedules and time lines
- Work independently with little direction
- Plan and organize work
- Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports
- Direct the maintenance of a variety of reports and files related to assigned activities
- Maintain consistent, punctual and regular attendance
- Hear and speak to exchange information and make presentations
- Move hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard
- See to read a variety of materials
- Understand and write scripts and/or programs to support the operations of the District
- Manage Linux servers and the services provided by them (web, LDAP, DNS, DHCP, etc.)
- Oversee operations of Novell servers and services.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
- Any combination equivalent to: Master’s degrees in a technology relate field and five years of increasingly responsible experience with the management of technology systems and services.
- Office environment.
- Driving a vehicle to conduct work.
SALARY & WORKYEAR:
- Management salary range 53/1-5
- 225 day work year