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The Director of Technology is responsible for providing leadership and management for all information technology services and operations including oversight of networking, telecommunications, school technology deployment, information systems, database administration and help desk, and user support.  The Director of Technology will consult/implement in the areas of infrastructure, network and cloud-based systems management, hardware and software systems, educational applications and technical support for district personnel.  The Director of Technology will be responsible for providing ongoing professional development as well as staff development in collaboration with the Executive Director of Learning Services.

  1. Direct, manage, and provide oversight to ensure district standards and the cost-effective utilization of Technology and Information Systems resources are met and maintained.
  2. Be responsive to immediate technology needs including but not limited to system outages and failures, power outages, security concerns and district emergencies during and beyond the work day.
  3. Develop district information technology policies and procedures and ensure compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations.
  4. Provide strategic and tactical planning, development, evaluation and coordination of the information and technology systems for the District.
  5. Provide vision, leadership, and direction to all employees in the department.
  6. Develop, implement and maintain a balanced budget that meets the short term and long term goals of the district while maintaining fiscal responsibility.
  7. Direct 1:1 device management, upkeep, and replacement cycles for all students and staff district wide.
  8. Lead, sustain, and enrich the District’s STEM, STEAM and Innovative curriculum programming and resources.
  9. Actively participate in developing and offering a variety of opportunities of staff professional development for individuals and groups; on-site and at district events for the purpose of increasing staff productivity and proficiency in educational and operational technology.
  10. Sustain and enrich the vision of the Digital Technologists role to enhance innovative instruction with the goal of increasing student outcomes.
  11. Oversee the development and maintenance of a current inventory and technology plan.
  12. Work with staff in the selection of resources that are compatible with the school technology infrastructure and aligned with the district technology plan.
  13. Oversees network security, web filtering, system maintenance and back ups, and the safety of staff and student software and data.
  14. Develop and implement a district vision to ensure innovative technology practices, instruction and resources.
  15. Write and apply for technology learning grants when appropriate, oversee District E-Rate funds and all other state and federal grants.
  16. Assist with the implementation, coordination and support of district assessment programs such as IAR, ISA, ACCESS for the purpose of improving work efficiency and effectiveness of building operations. Assist with school software and hardware inventory for the purpose of ensuring the availability of required resources for each school.
  17. Maintain and ensure the legality of program license agreements and guard against the introduction of illegal pirated software.
  18. Perform such other appropriate duties as may be assigned by the Executive Director of Learning Services.


  1. Bachelor’s Degree required, master’s degree preferred.
  2. Two years of administrative/managerial experience required.
  3. Education experience with technology required.
  4. Administrative experience including project management, leadership, coaching and mentoring, staff evaluations, long-term planning, and organizational and operational effectiveness.
  5. Knowledge of hardware and software, educational technology, operational technology, phone, intercom and sound systems.
  6. Experience and knowledge of current legal requirements, state reporting, policies and procedures.
  7. Experience in computer networking and cyber security.
  8. Experience and knowledge of utilizing student data to make technology decisions that impact student outcomes.
  9. Background in building and maintaining systems and processes.
  10. Able to build and maintain positive relationships with technology staff, administrators, and educational staff.
  11. Able to perform duties with awareness of all district requirements and Board of Education policies.
  12. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely in demanding situations.


Salary Commensurate with Experience 

  • Administrative benefits package including insurance program with major medical, dental, vision, and life insurance.
  • Paid vacation days, sick days, and personal days.

How to Apply

Apply online: www.d15.org/jobs and attach cover letter, resume, transcripts, credentials and four reference letters.

Brian Kilinski

Director of Human Resources

Title IX Coordinator
Contact info:bkilinski@d15.org

McHenry Community Consolidated School District 15

1011 N. Green Street

McHenry, IL 60050

Phone: 779-244-1000

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