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a. Provide leadership for planning, supervising, and directing IT functions for the District
b. Collaborate with District Administration, such as the Director of Innovation, to support curriculum, data
collection and student learning
c. Manage the day-to-day operations of the Technology Department staff, including but not limited to,
System Technicians, the On-premise Apple Repair Depot, the PowerSchool SIS Administrator, and the
Helpdesk System
d. Develop and implement Technology Strategic Plan, which shall include IT goals, technology priorities,
technology lifecycle management, IT infrastructure maintenance, technology investments, identifying
current technological assets
e. Manage and monitor service for students and staff
f. Monitor operations of the network infrastructure, including but not limited to wi-fi, school networks,
districtwide networks, switches/router/access points

g. Monitor operations of critical data systems, including but not limited to PowerSchool, Frontline Central,
Google Workspace, Apple School Manger, network printers, servers, file sharing, Mitel phone systems,
all hosted virtual machines
h. Monitor operations of security systems, including Securly Aware & Securily Filter, Sophos Central /
Email Security / Endpoint Protection, S2 Door Access, Exacq Vision Security Camera System, and
DOPPA Compliance
i. Oversee the daily management and security of all student and staff devices using: Active Directory,
Apple School Manager (ASM), Clever, Power School Asset Management, JAMF (MDM)
j. Direct the scheduled refresh of all Apple 1:1 devices
k. Recommend appropriate system upgrades when necessary
l. Manage the annual E-rate application process by determining current and future infrastructure needs
and working with the district’s current E-rate consultant to submit all required application documentation
to Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) and conduct a fair bidding process
m. Maintain an accurate inventory of all devices, software, credentials, IP addresses, etc.
n. Extract and manipulate data from various district systems as needed
o. Be available to manage and address IT priorities outside school day hours
p. Perform other tasks as assigned by the Superintendent

? Must be able to perform all of the duties and responsibilities of the position
? Demonstrated leadership ability
? Ability to communicate effectively and accurately, both orally and in writing
? Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with both internal and external
? Ability to make independent decisions in accordance with established policies and procedures
? Ability to address difficult situations courteously and tactfully
? Must have knowledge of the following information technologies: Google, Apple, Frontline Central,
Power School, Microsoft and Windows


Illinois Professional Educator License with administrative endorsement and master’s degree or bachelor’s
degree and equivalent professional managerial experience in the area of information technology. Minimum of
five years of managerial experience in information technology; with school and/or district level administration
experience preferred.


Regionally competitive salary and benefits package based on education and experience.

Additional Notes

The director of technology’s primary responsibility is to ensure all technology functions seamlessly as an
extension of the learning environment in the effort to support student achievement. This includes having a
shared vision and working closely with the Director of Instructional Innovation and other administrators to make
data-driven decisions concerning the direction of technology in District 100.

TERMS: 12 month – 260 days
REPORTS TO: Superintendent

How to Apply

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