Successful applicants will be assigned to a specific District
school in order to provide site-based, basic support for the use of
technology by staff and student users. Examples of responsibilities
may include assisting users with set up and personalized
configuration of new devices, maintaining and troubleshooting of
computers, technology devices and/or peripheral devices; and
performing basic networking maintenance and troubleshooting
services on a real time, as needed basis in this school based
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The following duties and responsibilities are intended to
describe the general nature and level of work to be performed by
successful applicants in each school-based position:
- Work with stakeholders to set up and personalize new computers
or other technology devices;
- Assist staff and students in the use and general operation of
computers, projection systems, digital cameras, scanners, and other
devices deployed in throughout the school;
- Maintain and troubleshoot issues arising during use of
computers, other devices and peripherals being used throughout the
school. Troubleshooting responsibilities may include generating
Help Desk tickets that are forwarded to the centralized IT team for
higher level equipment repairs and assisting in or monitoring the
progress of repairs for the site based devices.
- Act as school technology liason for successful implementation
of District wide Gmail, Google Classroom, and similar platforms
used for educational purposes in the building, including assisting
with integrating these platforms into particular classrooms. Assist
all school staff with the adoption of new or modified applications
as they become District-wide standards.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the building principal
and/or Supervisor of Technology.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING:
High school diploma or equivalent is required.
Successful completion of coursework or certification in the
following platforms is preferred: Apple, Microsoft Office, Google,
PowerSchool or similar educational software preferred.
Minimum of one year of demonstrated experience in the use, basic
repair and operational oversight of personal computers or similar
technology devices in a school or office based environment.
OTHER PREFERRED SKILLS:
Strong oral and written communication, interpersonal, and
organizational skills are essential.
Ability to identify needs, prioritize and complete projects in a
timely manner with minimal supervision.
Experience in working with students with diverse backgrounds and
Ability and demonstrated willingness to adapt to new technology
as adopted by this large school district.
Ability to seek out appropriate resources to resolve more
difficult technology problems.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
The terms and conditions of this position are governed by a
collective bargaining agreement between the Danbury Public Schools
and UPSEU, a copy of which can be found on the District website,
www.danbury.k12.ct.us under the District and Human Resources
This position is Part Time-- 24 hours/week at $15.35/hour.
Health and welfare benefits are not included with this position.
The work year is 184 days, to include 180 school days in addition
to four (4) days to be designated by the Director of Finance for
the purposes of setting up and closing technology for each academic
year. Additional Professional Development days as provided by terms
of the collective bargaining agreement.
This position reports directly to the Building Principal and the
District's Supervisor of Technology Services.
Please go on-line at www.danbury.k12.ct.us job listings